bert giulian’s american corkscrew collection for sale group 9

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PowerPoint PresentationBert Giulian’s American Corkscrew
Collection for Sale Group 9
Email your wants for availability and total including postage to [email protected] Please submit requests with alpha-numeric ID (eg. A001) and your name and address. All corkscrews sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Terms: U.S.A.: Check or Money Order. Orders over $1000 shipped registered mail. Insurance will be added to invoice and you may opt to have the package sent without insurance, assuming responsibility. Outside U.S.A.: U.S. Dollar Check or U.S. Dollar International Money Order. Wire transfer optional on orders over $1000 (fees to buyer). Optional insurance will be quoted and you may opt to have the package sent without insurance, assuming responsibility. Full purchase price will be used for customs documents. References to WCC in some descriptions is the inclusion of the corkscrew in the book World-Class Corkscrews.
A596 Yosemite souvenir bear. C.1936. $75
NOTE: The Yellowstone bear corkscrew and card at left is not included in the sale. It is in another collection and at the bottom is “Chaney Design 1936” which dates the Yosemite one above at the same period. Thee is no card for the Yosemite.
A598 Korkmaster. Marshall T. McDowell’s U. S. Design Patent No. 148,810 of February 24, 1948. $65
A599 Open frame corkscrew marked MADE IN U.S.A. $9
A600 Brown Mfg. Co. Patented Wall Mount. $19
A601 Bottle Boy. Marked A & J. $7
A602 On August 2, 1949, Louis Strauss received United States Patent Number 2,478,063 for his "Utility Tool Kit.“ $69
A604 The Needle Champagne Tap is from G. M. W. Inc., Brooklyn, New York. $35
A605 Whitall Tatum Champagne Tap. $29
A609 Tap with grip handle. Turn the top knob to start flow. $29
A611 Cork Ace cork ejector. $10
A612 Dual function plaster lever. The formed end is slipped over the cork with the plate placed between the cork and the bottle. To extract the cork simply squeeze the handles together. The cork is captured in the top and held by a spring. The second function is as a cork gripper via the teeth inside the handles. Samuel Spriggs was granted U. S. Patent No. 4,018,110 on April 19, 1977 for his “Stopper Remover.” Silk screened with “The Champagne Opener, Be Careful, Cover Stopper when Opening, Champagne Products Monrovia, Ca. US Patent: 4,018,110 & Patents Pending.” $10
A616 Wall mount corkscrew. $12
A617 Seven corkscrews. $12
A618 Unusual tools marked STEWART WARNER. They have a crown cap lifter, a wire helix and the curved part is to lift and break free ice trays from early mechanical refrigerators. Stewart Warner was a manufacturer of refrigerators. $66 for the lot of 3.
A622 Wine Saver. $15
A623 Four corkscrews. $10
A624 Combination corkscrew/cap lifter with wood sheath (tight fit). $24
A625 Combination corkscrew/bottle opener from Geo. W. Bartle & Sons, 8919 Ridge Ave., Roxborough, Philadelphia. $24
A626 Picnic corkscrew. $15
A627 If you have a funnel missing the corkscrew, here it is. $15
A628 Double action silver plated corkscrew. $50
A633 Gun tool. Double helix extractor for mounting on a rod. $49
A634 ? Tool $25
A636 A637 Deer foot lockback knife marked WALTER & CO WARRANTED BEST STEEL. Push lever forward against blade to unlock. $45
A637 Deer foot lockback knife faintly marked ????? CUTLERY CO. Push lever forward against blade to unlock. $25
A639 Virginia Wine Country souvenir corkscrew presented to members attending the 2003 annual meeting of the International Corkscrew Addicts in Virginia. $15
A640 Virginia Wine Country souvenir corkscrew presented to members attending the 2003 annual meeting of the International Corkscrew Addicts in Virginia. $15
A641 Pop a Cork cork ejector. $9
A642 Corkscrew in beat up original box. Interesting instructions. $12
A646 Corkscrew, bottle opener, bottle stopper set. $18
A648 Souvenir challenge coin from the 2010 annual meeting of the Canadian Corkscrew Collectors Club. $25
A650 golfball corkscrew. $4
A657 Limited edition wine cooler from the 1995 annual meeting of the Canadian Corkscrew Collectors Club in Vancouver, BC, Canada. $55
A660 Two bottle molds? $20
A665 “For Openers”, a limited edition catalog of American Patent Corkscrew and Can Openers included in an exhibition at the Connecticut Historical Society, October 10, 1980 – January 5, 1981. $19
A666 Two volume Guide to American Corkscrew Patents published in 1978 (Volume 1) and 1981 (Volume 2). $89
A668 Professionally framed “Cork Extractors” from the 1892 printing of “The Growth of Industrial Art.” Requires special packaging and handling to protect glass. $195
A669 Professionally framed “Bottling and Filling” from the 1892 printing of “The Growth of Industrial Art.” Requires special packaging and handling to protect glass. $195
A670 The Invisible. Every corkscrew collector has at least one of these. It is the corkscrew you know you have but no matter how hard you look, you cannot find it. Shipped in a plain unmarked envelope. $10 each while supply last.
Bert Giulian’s American Corkscrew Collection for SaleGroup 9
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