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Corkscrew This is an
interesting little antique pocket corkscrew from a Hofbrau in Denver Colorado.
The decorated sides depict a pair of cupids, angels or similar. In
addition to the corkscrew it has a foil ripper, and a knife blade. The
knife blade is marked with what looks like D. Heyser, DhLigs.
Good + . . . . . . $150.00
/ Perfect Accordion Style Corkscrew This is an
interesting corkscrew that is French and marked Ideal / Perfect..
Good +. . . . . . $65.00
H & B Mfg
Co. / Humason & Beckley Co. Corkscrew This is a
very nicely crafted T handle corkscrew from the mid 19th century. H & B stands
for Humason & Beckley a well known 19th Century New Britain CT maker of hardware, barware and
the like. Other than the one small chip in the Rosewood handle this fine
cork screw is in
super nice condition.
Good + . . . . . . $55.00
Clough Patent Power Cone Corkscrew This is a
nice looking corkscrew. Clough is most famous for his patents for a simple
design screw. This was an earlier patent issued on FEB. 22. 1897.
This style screw can be found with slight
variations in the make-up and look of the cone. Some are marked with the
name Williamson. Those with a Rosewood or ebony handle and
the more sleek design of the cone like this one has would be the earliest of the models
believe. I do not see any markings or patent info which I have read is
typical, but there is no doubt
about it being an early Clough patent.
Good + . . . . . . $375.00
is a collection / pile of corkscrews that I have acquired over the past
few years. Do not be misled, I put the good ones that I recognize
near the top. There may be a few sleepers in the middle, but I
doubt it. I hate
seeing my stuff in boxes where I can not find it or see it. All
in all there are about 40 or so different ones here, and most of the
other good ones are at the edges near the front.
Good + . . . .SOLD!