1. Corkscrew with locking mechanism
    Ernst Scharff, Frankfurt a. M.
    D.R.P. 113367 from Aug. 29.1899
    Marking: BODEGA 3
                  DRP No113367
                  MARX & Co

  2. Corkscrew with spring barrel
    Gustav Kürschner, Schmalkalden
    D.R.G.M 93678 from Apr. 13.1898 and Mar. 20.1901
    Marking: DRGM 93678

  3. Corkscrew with ball bearing
    Manufacturer: G. Usbeck's Monopolwerk
    the registered design has not been found yet
    Marking: Monopol Universal
                  D.R.G.M. Germany

  4. Foldable pocket corkscrew
    Marking: Germany Twin sign
  5. Champagne Tap
    Marking: J.H.S.
                  Registered 11 AUG 1866
  6. Corkscrew with changeable india rubber ring
    Heinrich Ehrhardt, Düsseldorf
    based on D.R.P.60662 from May 02. 1891,
    the rubber was applied to Otto Voigt's corkscrew IDEAL GLOCKE (frame)
    Marking: B&A

  1. Framed corkscrew with hidden spring and a collar on the end of the shank to hold the frame
    C. Ch. Neues, Oberschönau
    D.R.G.M. 10975 from Jan. 20. 1893
    Marking: none

  2. French corkscrew with .... and a cow horn handle
    Jacques Perille, France
    French patent 186560 from Oct. 24. 1887
                  Cham... France .....

  3. Corkscrew with a crab piece that engages a recess in the top of the neck of the frame when the handle is turned
    Gotl. Theodor Fischer, Unterschönau
    D.R.G.M. 178437 from June 12.1902 and June 10.1905
    Marking: none

  4. Corkscrew with split frame and sliding ring to hold the frame together
    based on D.R.G.M. 7609 from Aug. 28. 1892
    E. Becker, Solingen
    Marking: Original - Bacchus
                  NB and a funnel sign

  5. Champagne corkscrew.
    Hugh McBride's patent from 1888
    Marking: on shank: McBride's Patent DRY MONOPOL
                  on handle: Patent N
    o 7431 Dry Monopol ...

  6. Corkscrew in shape of a champagne bottle
    Marking: GL Pouzet 12 Depose

  1. Barrel corkscrew with right threaded shaft and a hollow left threaded shaft,
    based on
    Sir Edward Thomason's Patent from 1802
    Marking: Patent

  2. Pocket corkscrew with crown cork opener
    Kaspar Fr. Kirchner, Steinbach-Hallenberg
    German Registration no. 1021815
    from January 17th, 1928
    Marking: D.R.G.M. Germany

  3. Corkscrew with tools attached to the handle
    H. & W. Batafy, Berlin
    German Registration no. 130884
    from February 24th, 1900
    Marking: Patent 3347, DRGM 130884

  4. Corkscrew with a locking mechanism inside the handle
    Otto Eckerle, Malsch near Karlsruhe
    Federal German Patent no. 825816
    from August 25th, 1949
    Marking: E
                  Made in Germany

  5. Spring barrel corkscrew with locking device
    Georg Usbeck, Steinbach-Hallenberg
    German Registration no. 289787
    from July 16th, 1906
    Marking: D.R.G.M.

  6. Rack & Pinion barrel corkscrew,
    based on Thomas Lund's Patent from 1855
    Marking: none

  1. Corkscrew with ball bearings.
    Theodore Kämpf, Steinbach-Hallenberg
    D.R.G.M. No. 1331002 from Feb. 16, 1935
    Marking: D.R.G.M.   CORSO

  2. Pocket corkscrew with knife or other tools added to the end of the handles.
    Ernst Steinfeld, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 82205 from Sep. 04, 1897
    Marking: D.R.G.M.   82205

  3. Corkscrew with a scale which is bent from one piece of steel.
    Eduard Becker, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 76642 from May 26, 1897
    Marking:D.R.G.M.  No 76642

  4. Pocket corkscrew with champagne wire cutter.
    Thill & Küll, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 10985 from Jan. 19, 1893
    Marking: G.M.S.   No 10985

  5. The pillars of the open frame are encircled by springs that extend from the neck ring to the shoulder of the corkscrew.
    Carl Ullrich, Oberschönau in Thüringen
    D.R.G.M. No. 35629 from Jan. 17, 1895
    Marking: not readable...

  6. Corkscrew with two lever arm hinges connected to the neck ring.
    Paul Honigbaum, Landshut
    D.R.G.M. No. 172253 from Mar. 11, 1902
    Marking: D.R.G.M. 172253   Geha

  1. Corkscrew with lever-arm handle.
    Valentin Rasch, Zella St. Blasii
    D.R.P. No. 20803 from March 03, 1882
    Marking: D.R.G.M.
    Remark: Later button version without the anti-friction rollers.

  2. Corkscrew with head-shaped cap.
    Eduard Müller, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 6050 from June 27, 1892
    Marking: none

  3. Corkscrew with double helix.
    F.C. vom Hau, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 1385490 from Aug. 27, 1936

  4. Corkscrew with split frame and sliding ring to hold the frame together.
    E. Becker, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 7609 from Aug. 28, 1892
    Marking: G.M. No 7609
    Remark: Manufactured only for a short period between August 29, 1892 and March 7, 1893 until the patent has been granted.

  5. Corkscrew with folding, hollow, hinged arms.
    Karl Häfner, F. Sohn, Steinbach-Hallenberg
    D.R.G.M. No. 30676 from Sep. 11, 1894
    Marking: none

  6. Corkscrew with revolving frame and spring assist.
    W. Neues, Oberschönau
    D.R.G.M. No. 206878 from July 17, 1903
    Marking: D.R.G.M. No 206878

  1. Corkscrew with snail faces.
    Friedrich Kummer, Zella St. Blasii
    D.R.P. No. 14531 from Dec. 12, 1880
    Marking: none

  2. German "King's Screw Type" with side rack and ratchet teeth on the shaft.
    Manufactured by Louis Kummer about 1900
    Marking: E. WECK   Germany

  3. Corkscrew with moveable frame.
    Louis Kummer, Zella St. Blasii
    D.R.G.M. No. 263041 from Aug. 23, 1905
    Marking: METEOR   D.R.G.M.

  4. Corkscrew with ball bearings.
    Ernst Scharff, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 152004 from March 23, 1901
    Marking: D.R.G.M. No 152004   SOLON
    Remark: With original box

  5. Nickel plated corkscrew with ivory handle.
    Frederick Sunderland, Birmingham, England
    British Patent No. 6064 from March 12, 1904
    Marking: THE KING   PATENT 6064

  6. Champagne nippers with a lead cutter attached to the end of the arms.
    Wesche & Ruppelt, Zella St. Blasii
    D.R.G.M. No. 229956 from June 25, 1904
    Marking: D.R.G.M. 229956

  1. Corkscrew with an artful design handle, showing a fighting youngling and faun.
    Origin; unknown
    Marking: none

  2. Corkscrew with revolving part which can be turned in or out of the shoulder of the frame.
    Richard Becker, Wald, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 384495 from June 22, 1909
    Marking: none

  3. Safety corkscrew with india rubber inside the hollow part of the neck ring.
    Otto Voigt, Lübeck, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 36019 from Jan. 26, 1895
    Marking: Monopol
    Remark: newer version with plastic balls

  4. Corkscrew in shape of a wine press
    Designed by Richard Rohac
    Wiener Werkstätten, an Austrian productions collective of Artists, founded in 1903.
    Marking: R+R sign   Made in Austria

  5. Pocket corkscrew. The two folding arms, forming the handle when folded out, are each provided with a tool.
    Edmund Jansen, Höhscheid, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 54268 from Feb. 27, 1896
    Marking: D.R.G.M. No 54268   Germany

  6. Waiter's friend with a champagne hook attached to the supporting arm.
    Ernst Steinfeld, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 116521 from April 10, 1899 and 1902
    Marking: D.R.G.M. 116521

  1. Spring barrel with a device similar to a safety pin to look the barrel to the shank.
    W. Sommers, Schmalkalden, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 114369 from April 11, 1899
    Marking: DRGM 114369

  2. Later improved version of a two prong cork extractor by
    Benjamin Lew, Berlin, Germany
    He improved his first corkscrew patent from 1877 by encasing the prongs in a roundlet.
    D.R.P. No. 3341 from March 26, 1878
    Marking: B.LEW PATENT

  3. Corkscrew with spring barrel and locking device.
    Hugo Böhme, Schmalkalden, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 35418 from Jan. 14, 1894
    Marking: DRGM 35418 Germany

  4. Cap lifter with can opener and corkscrew.
    Ernst Wahl, Steinbach-Hallenberg, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 1245169 from Dec. 18, 1932
    Marking: Carol DRGM

  5. Rocket shaped corkscrew.
    Manufacturer: MONOPOL Company, Marburg
    The mechanism is identical to D.R.G.M. 178437
    Marking: Ges. Geschützt

  6. Pocketknife shaped corkscrew.
    Peter Hendrichs, Solingen
    D.R.G.M. No. 77818 from June 05, 1897
    Marking: P.H. D.R.G.P.No 77818

  1. Corkscrew with two pins on the shaft and slots in the sliding frame to lock the frame to the shaft.
    Ewald Schuhmann, Düsseldorf, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 214160 from Nov. 11, 1903
    Marking: Rival
    D.R.G.M. No 214160

  2. Corkscrew.
    D.B.G.M. No. 7808546 from June 29, 1978
    Marking: QUIST W-Germany

  3. Corkscrew with a raising sleeve that also serves as a cork ejector.
    Louis Kummer, Zella St. Blasii, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 232791 from July 14, 1904
    Marking: RGM 232791

  4. German corkscrew with a colorful painted handle and a bell cap.
    Marking: none

  5. Waiters friend with advertising.
    Schönberger Cabinet Mainz
    Marking: Paul A. Henckels Solingen

  6. Foldable corkscrew.

  1. Rack and Pinion corkscrew with horn handle, bristle brush and 4 pillars, called "King's Screw"...
    Marking: none

  2. Foil cutter.
    D.B.P. No. 839319 from May 19, 1952
    Marking: D.R.P.

  3. Concertina corkscrew with spring support.
    Marie Jules Leon Joseph Bart, Nancy, France
    D.R.P. No. 339071 from Mar 03, 1920
    Marking: Advertising for STROBEL company, Munich

  4. Corkscrew acc. D.R.G.M. 172253 from Mar 11, 1902
    for Paul Honigbein, Patent is not known yet
    Marking: Patentamtl. Gesch.
                  Patented - Brevete

  5. Corkscrew and can opener.
    Kolumbuswerk Eduard Becker, Germany
    D.B.G.M. No. 1677584 from May 14, 1954
    Marking: D.B.G.M.   Germany

    ...there were only 5 pieces this year

  1. Concertina corkscrew with spring support.
    Marie Jules Leon Joseph Bart, Nancy, France
    D.R.P. No. 339071 from Mar 03, 1920
    Marking: Kellaria, München
    xxxxxxxxCorkex, R.P.No 339071

  2. Key-shaped corkscrew.
    Faber & Schumacher GmbH, Duisburg, Germany
    D.B.G.M. 1662347 from Jun 10,1953
    Marking: M.i.GERMANY

  3. Corklifter with gas injection.
    Manufacturer: MONOPOL Company, Marburg
    Marking: none

    ...there were only 3 pieces this year

  1. Original "Bua" corkscrew with ball bearing and original box of the Bolte & Anschütz company.
    Marking: B&A in a cross

  2. Self-pulling corkscrew with hinged arms with inward projections jointed to the shoulder of the frame.
    Gebr. Hollweg, Barmen, Germany
    D.R.G.M. 70026 from Dec 22, 1896
    D.R.G.M. 70026
    ENGL. P. 815/97

  3. Spring barrel with two inner spikes to eject the cork from the worm.
    Hugo Böhme, Schmalkalden, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 28 289 from July 12, 1894
    Marking: DRGM 28289

  4. Corkscrew with crab piece that engages a recess in the top of the neck of the frame when the handle is turned.
    manufactured by Zwillingswerk, Germany
    based on D.R.G.M. No. 178 437 from June 12, 1902
    Marking: Twin Symbol

    ...there were only 4 pieces this year

  1. Corkscrew with two separate handles based on
    Philo Blake's US Patent from 1860.
    Also known as "Thomason's variant"
    Produced in Birmingham, England by Thomas Dowler or his son George.
    Was not patented this way.
    Marking on shield: DOWLER PATENT

  2. Corkscrew.
    Vaney & Co., Switzerland
    D.R.G.M. 524544 from Sep. 14, 1912
    French Patent No. 448 795 vom Sep. 27,1912
    Marking: none

  3. Corkscrew with a pin piercing the shaft.
    A. G. Witte, Schmalkalden, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 8 747 from Oct. 18, 1892
    Marking: D.R.G.M.

    ...there were only 3 pieces this year

2020 - 2022
  1. Spring-barrel corkscrew with movable clip that is held in Position by a sliding ring.
    Johan Wolters, Düsseldorf, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 152292 from Mar. 29, 1901
    Marking: G.M.152292

  2. Corkscrew with a female threaded handle with locking device.
    Ernst Demmler, Zella St. Blasii, Germany
    D.R.G.M. No. 50657 from Dec. 24, 1895
    Marking: none

  3. Corkscrew with a little button below the screw head on the handle. When the button is pushed on the flange collar it releases a pin that automatically lockes into the shaft by a spring and permits the threaded shaft to rise into the hollow tube fixed beneath the handle.
    Theodor Kämpf, Steinbach-Hallenberg, Germany
    D.R.P. No. 545674 from Sep. 26, 1930
    Marking: D.R.P.
  4. Late 18th. century double folded worm corkscrew with a double ended pipe tamper.
    Marking: none

  5. Italian corkscrew with slotted frame.
    Marking: SIGHICELLI

  6. Corkscrew with a vertical sleeve in the barrel to remove the frame and a horizontal end designed to lock the frame by turning the handle.
    Math. W. Weber, Steinbach-Hallenberg, Germany
    Marking: D.R.G.M.
                  Bacchus 5

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