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Dutch silver corkscrew surmounted with a horse by Hendrik Smook, Amsterdam 1761.
George III silver ‘Beau Brummell’ roundlet corkscrew marked for Birmingham 1792 by Joseph Taylor.
Dutch silver corkscrew by Josephus Servatius Anderlee (1782-1818) marked for Amsterdam 1785.
All steel four finger straight pull corkscrew with a wire cutter incorporated into the handle, Circa 1900.
A rare chrome plated champagne tap marked “GRAFTON’S PATENT 1804”, Circa 1890.
An English silver straight pull corkscrew with the handle formed as a fox, marked for London 1889 by Henry Aumont.
Faceted all steel folding bow pocket corkscrew with early style hinge, Circa 1820.
A straight pull corkscrew with cast silver, grape vine handle marked for London 1988 by H C Freeman Ltd.
Chrome plated all steel folding corkscrew with a carriage key and a foil cutter, Circa 1880.
A chrome plated champagne tap that screws through the cork, Circa 1900.
Sheet steel non-worm French cork extractor marked ‘AS MADE IN FRANCE AS’ on both sides of the handle, Circa 1949.
A steel three finger pull corkscrew with cap lifter and hanging ring incorporated into the handle, Circa 1900.
A cast iron black painted combination corkscrew and bottle cap lifter in the form of Andy Capp & Flo, Circa 1960.
A faceted steel folding bow pocket corkscrew with perfect square wire helical worm, Circa 1870.
Art Deco silver corkscrew marked for London 1944 by Wakely & Wheeler.
A chrome plated American Negbaur standing pig table corkscrew, Circa 1930.
An open frame steel continuous action corkscrew known as ‘The Perpetual’, Circa 1890.
A chrome plated champagne tap that screws through the cork, Circa 1920.
Straight pull corkscrew with stag antler handle by R. Jones, Circa 1890.
A large sized chrome plated champagne tap with wooden handle that screws through the cork, Circa 1920.
An English cast brass corkscrew in the form of a racing greyhound with a jacket numbered 3, Circa 1930.
A straight pull corkscrew by William Gamble. This example marked ‘REGISTERED NO 41406 LEVER SHEFFIELD’, Circa 1887.
A wooden handled chrome plated champagne tap that pushes through the cork, Circa 1900.
A chrome plated steel Italian double lever corkscrew marked “ETERNO”, Circa 1945.
A chrome plated champagne tap with large finger ring that screws through the cork, Circa 1900.
Non worm cork extractor marked “SANBRI BTE SGDG”, Circa 1949.
An English cast brass single sided corkscrew with a depiction of Mr Punch.
An unusual French mechanical steel corkscrew of Bivalent shaft and crab piece type, Circa 1920.
A straight pull three finger steel corkscrew marked ‘UNIVERSAL’ by G. F. Hipkins & Son, Circa 1890.
A German open frame corkscrew with continuous action marked “RECORD”, Circa 1930.
An English cast brass single sided corkscrew with a depiction of a ‘bear with ragged staff’, Circa 1909.