EARLY CORKSCREW FROM GETTYSBURG LIQUOR MERCHANT

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Item Code: 635-260

This is a corkscrew with finger ring fabricated from a single strand of wire.  Twisted corkscrew, double-loop finger ring and stop all formed from the one wire.  Housed in a wood dowel to protect the point.  Merchant’s advertising printed on the outside of the dowel reads, “John Kimple, Everything in Wines and Liquors, Gettysburg, PA.” Measures about 3 ½” long overall.  Very good condition.  [jet]

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