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ID badge lanyard combination necktie holdown apparatus

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #6691904.

A loop lanyard adapted as a necktie hold-down, to display on a person, identification card mediums, for public view. The identification card medium-mounting element, placed on the smaller lanyard loop on the bottom end, may be in the form of a clasp, ring, clip, or pressure closed hook to accommodate various ID Card eyelet designs. A clothing attachment clip is affixed to the rigid portion at the top end of the lanyard loop for attachment to the shirt opening directly behind the necktie. The loop lanyard cord is designed in a manner such having a rigid support element integrated at the top where the clothing clip is affixed to maintain the integrity of the shape of the necktie width. The loop lanyard is inserted through a decorative bead to create a smaller loop where the ID card mounting medium is located. The decorative bead will allow for an adjustment by sliding the right or left side of the lanyard up or down, to maintain the ID card centered on the front portion of the necktie. The necktie when placed through the larger lanyard loop will allow the identification card secured on the medium to be displayed.

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