Pneumatic cork puller, manufactured by

Metallindustrie Denkingen

Gebr. Streicher, Württemberg, Germany

The Streicher Brothers were issued several patents for cork ejectors in the 1960s.

In 1968 the Metallindustie Denkingen became

EMIDE-Metallindustrie Gebr. Streicher.

material: plastic, metal

marking:
EMIDE


The pressure of the air will either break the bottle or, hopefully, push the cork out.

In needle cork lifters air is pumped manually or gas is injected into the area between the liquid and the cork. A needle with holes near the point is pushed through the cork.

A needle cork lifter of the WMF company, Germany.

It works, but, to your own safety, please read the operating instruction !!!

material:steel, plastic

marking:
WMF
Germany

Gas injecting corkscrew from Great Britain

U.S. patent

No. 4 317 390

from March 2nd, 1982

Manufactured by the

British Oxygen Company Ltd.

of Brentford, GB.

material: steel, plastic

markings:
MADE IN GT BRITAIN

With dutch manual and 11 original
gas cartridges



Pneumatic cork extractor from Switzerland

Swiss Patent,

German registered design

No. 1 911 407,

Oct. 20th, 1964

Franz Tshappu, Zürich, Switzerland

material: metal, plastic

markings:
corky
+ Patent
Pat. pend.



CORK POPS

Pneumatical corklifter from the U.S.A.

American Patent
No. 3 192 803,
from July 6, 1965

for George J. Federighi

material: metal, plastic

Manufacturer:

Stero Chemical Mfg. Co.
70-13th Street
San Francisko, Californien



CORK POPS

Pneumatical corklifter from the U.S.A.

American Patent
No. 3 192 803,
from July 6, 1965

for George J. Federighi

material: metal, plastic

Distributor:

Berkshire Sales
165 Jessie Street
San Francisko, Californien




CORK BOY

Pneumatical corklifter from Switzerland

German registered design
No. 1 870 319
from Nov. 4, 1963

for Arnold Bettner

material: metal, aluminum

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