Antique 1800s LONDON LEVER Corkscrew, LUND Single Lever Corkscrew, Presentation Set


Antique 1800s LONDON LEVER Corkscrew, LUND Single Lever Corkscrew Presentation Set
Patented in London England on April 2nd, 1855, this is known as a single lever corkscrew made by William Lund and William Edward Hipkins, British Patent Number 736.
Over the years of manufacturing the single lever corkscrew the hinge plates on the lever had several versions. The hinge plates on this set are known as the Presentation Set
Made of steel with a wire helix worm (corkscrew) and finished in a bronze-washed plating common in the mid to latter part of the 1800s.
The screw is marked LUND on one side and LONDON on the other side. The pattern on the handle in not typical with the standard London Lever corkscrews.
The Lever is marked LUND LONDON PATENTEE on one side and The Patentee 24 FLEET ST. & 57 CORNHILL LONDON on the other side.
Condition is very good with lots of bronze finish remaining a true collector piece. This is a matching set.

Circa, 1855
Condition, extremely nice condition, does show normal wear for age.
Measures; handle 8” long, worm 4” long.
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Sku# 6139
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