Type

Levels corkscrew

Mark

BREVETTATO MADE IN ITALY

Description

This very large italian corkscrew with two arms is called "Barman opener", was patented by Carlo Gemelli in March 1959 American design D-184,613. Contrary to the similar corkscrews but slightly smaller (6 barmanís version, barmaid and clown) realized by Gemilli, the shaft is not ringed but is not dug prints on which come to gear pinions profiled in the shoulders of the arms of levers. The head also is reduced and it is an opening to the eyes shape which is used as bottle opener. The general aspect is identical black drawing on aluminium. See over ďA toast to the host" of 14 different languages. There is the same corkscrew representing a waitress (Pass the cursor on the image to discover the back).

Length

Overall length: 10.63 inches (27 centimeters)
Worm: 1.97 inches (5 centimeters)

Weight

14 ounces (397 grammes)

Value

55 USD (46 €) - Last valuation september 14, 2007

Bibliography

The ultimate corkscrew book: page 90
Boxes full of corkscrews: page 162
Corkscrews Fred O'Leary: page 159
L'Extracteur nį 39: page 18


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