Corkscrews

Arranged chronologically, the book shows the development of designs, from common to unique, from metals to plastics, and from inexpensive to priceless.

Corkscrews

The evolution of corkscrew design clearly presented in over 500 photographs-most in color-and 1000 U.S. patent drawings dating from 1851 to 1994. Arranged chronologically, the book shows the development of designs, from common to unique, from metals to plastics, and from inexpensive to priceless. A unique blend of thorough research and visual excitement, it enriches our appreciation of corkscrews.

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