London, South Kensington
25 May 1999
A BRONZE OPEN-FRAME WING NUT CORKSCREW,
MARKED "THOMPSON & O'NEILL 7 HENRY STREET DUBLIN", WIRE HELIX BLUNT;
A CHINNOCK'S 1862 TYPE CORKSCREW WITH BRASS SLIDING BARREL WITH TWO APPERTURES, UNMARKED CENTRE WORM;
AND A STRAIGHT-PULL CORKSCREW WITH ROSEWOOD ACORN HANDLE WITH KNIFE AND BRUSH.
SEE PLATE 11 (3)
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BRASS WING-NUT CORKSCREW, NOT BRONZE.
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