Old and antique corkscrews always bought at top
prices. If you have one or a number of antique or
vintage corkscrews for sale I'd be delighted to hear
from you.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com

Hey, I'm Peter, a self confessed corkscrew
collecting addict.

I regularly buy interesting old cork screws at
antique shows, flea markets, yard sales, antique
malls, auction houses, on ebay & via other
Internet sellers but I'd be very happy to skip the
middle man & buy directly from you. You could
save the hefty commission fees that ebay &
auction houses charge & I'll guarantee you a
quick, easy and trouble free transaction at a great
price. I could even collect for cash if it suited you
best. Just drop me a line, preferably with a
photograph or two of the corkscrew(s) you have
for sale & I'll get back as quick as a flash with a
great offer. I've bought a number of complete
collections over the years & I would be happy to
buy your collection of corkscrews.

Really looking forward to hearing from you!

Peter@corkscrewsonline.com

Here I am a few years back at the
Brimfield Antique show in
Massachusetts. The largest antique
show & flea market in the US. A great
place to find old corkscrews

Brimfield Antique show is held three
times a year, in May, July & September

Here are some American corkscrews that I'm always interested in buying.
This corkscrew is Thomas Straight's self
puller with a conical bell. Sometimes marked
PAT JUNE 12. 83.
Love to buys yours, drop me & a line at
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This is a super 19th century
corkscrew patented by Philos
Blake. It was patented on March
27, 1860 & is often marked on
the handle March 27-60. Happy
to buy yours!
A funky looking concertina cork screw. This
American design originates from the many
French examples & is known as The Peerless.
It was patented in 1885. Often found marked
"Peerless PAT. NOV. 10. 1885". I'd love to buy
your one.
This corkscrew was patented by Charles
Chinnock in 1862. They are often found
marked on the fancy barrel  "Chinnock May 27
1862". Please drop me a line if you'd like to
sell your one.
This corkscrew was patented in
1874. Looks like a simple
enough mechanism.
Sometimes they turn up marked
on the top "PATENTED APRIL
21st 1871. If you have one I'd be
happy to buy it from you - feel
free to get in touch
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A very cool ratchet corkscrew patented by
Walter Dickson in 1871. Sometimes this
corkscrew is marked "W. DICKSON PAT AUG 2
1870". The handle attachment can be used as
an cap lifter, hammer, wire cutter, screw driver
or chord cutter. There are other variants of
Dickson's corkscrew too. All are of interest.  
Would love to buy yours.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
If your corkscrew is not shown, don't worry, I
could still be interested in buying it, just send
me a picture.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This cork screw is an American
patented from 1876 by Rockwell
Clough. Sometimes marked
"Williamson" but also can be marked
with the patent date. Got one? Let me
know, cash waiting.
A very cool single lever corkscrew which was pateneted
by Alfred Sperry in 1878. This corkscrew, quite
distinctive with its black handle is sometimes marked
"PATD MAY 28. 1878". I'd love to buy another - send me  
an email if you have one for sale
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
One of the many Thomas
Curley corkscrews out there.
This one can be found
marked " T CURLEY TROY
NY  PAT'D MAR 22. 84. I'd
love to buy your Curley
corkscrew.
This corkscrew is by Hicks & Reynolds.
Sometimes its marked "HICKS & REYNOLDS
TROW N. Y."
I'd love top buy your Hicks and Reynolds
corkscrew. Got one? Drop me  a line
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This is a late 19th century lever
corkscrew. I'd love to buy yours, I have
dollar bills waiting. Drop me a line.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A cool American single lever
corkscrew by Joseph White. Can be
found marked on the frame "PAT
JULY 3 83". Happy to buy yours. Get
in touch at
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
DURING 2014
I bought:
Over 1000 corkscrews
from all over the World. It's
quick, easy & you'll be
guaranteed a top dollar
price with no hassle.
Hopefully I can buy yours! Send
your photographs or emails to:
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
CASH WAITING FOR YOUR
CORKSCREW
HOOT HOOT. An American double
lever corkscrew in the form of an
Owl. It's marked Hootch Owl.

Would love to buy your Hootch Owl
corkscrew!
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A nice Walker corkscrew with sterling silver overlay
on bone or tusk.

Bone, tusk, stag corkscrews with Sterling caps
always of interest. Alligator corkscrews too. Very
happy to buy your one, email me at
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A very cool American patent corkscrew
by Joseph Pitt. Sometimes found
marked "IMPERIAL MF'G CO CHICAGO
PAT'D AUG 15. 82".

Cash waiting - Would love to buy yours!
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This folding harp corkscrew has wire
cutting ears. Can be marked "PAT. MAY
27, 84.

Drop me a line if you have one
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This corkscrew was patented in 1884 by
Charles Griswold. It sometimes is marked
"PAT JULY 22, 1884". If you have one you'd
like to sell please get in touch.
This is strange looking corkscrew is Wilber
Woodman's American patent from 1886.
Marked on the handle "WOODMAN'S
PATENT, PAT'D JANY 6. 1886".
Got one, drop me  a line
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com

If your corkscrew is not shown, don't
worry, I could still be interested in
buying it, just send me a picture.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
OLD AMERICAN CORKSCREWS
ALWAYS WANTED
CASH WAITING
EVEN A CORKSCREW THAT
APPEARS TO BE BROKEN
COULD BE OF INTEREST

I LOOK FORWARD TO
HEARING FROM YOU
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A funky American folding bell corkscrew.

Drop me a line if you have one
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
A super corkscrew
in thje form of a
mermaid. Marked
"DAVIS IMPROVED
PAT'D JULY 14-91"
also marked
OTHER PATS
PNGN"

Happy to buy yours,
just drop me a line
An American Ivory or bone handled corkscrew by Will & Finck,
often sold as Will & Fink. Sometimes marked on the shank
"Will & Finck" but can also be marked on the foil cutter.
Sometimes these Will & Finck corkscrew have a wooden
handle.

Any piece could be of interest. Drop me an email for your cash
offer.

Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
OLD CORKSCREWS WANTED &
ANY CORKSCREW CONSIDERED
Skip the middle man & go directly
to a serious collector
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
By now you probably realise that I really am pretty
passionate about my corkscrew collecting. Bottle
openers are my thing. I sure do have to admit, before I
built this page I didn't realise just how many collectable
American cork screws are out there.

If you've found a corkscrew that matches any of my
references on this page, or something you can't see
that you'd like to offer up. Then please send me an
email & I'll get back asap.
LAST UPDATED JUNE 2016
Another nice Curley corkscrew. Marked
PAT APR 22 1884 T. CURLEY TROY,
NY.  Have one? Happy to buy yours.
Get in touch at
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
An interesting Curley variant. This
one can be found marked "T.
CURLEY PATd" I'd sure love to buy
yours - send me an email & I'll get
back with a top dollar offer.
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
Here's a Tucker single lever corkscrew, an American patent from 1878.
Often marked "PAT'D  SEP 3 1878".

Drop me a line if you have one
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This is one of many variations of Frary corkscrews.
Do you have one, or one similar? This one is
marked "Gundlach & Co. San Francisco" & boasts a
bell with a hammer & spike at either end of the fancy
handle.  

Do you have one or one similar? Would love to buy
your Frary corkscrew. Get in touch if you do, cash
waiting
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
I LOVE
AMERICAN
CORKSCREWS!
Syroco golden knight
corkscrew wanted. A tall
knight with corkscrew.
Might have a label on the
base for syroco

Drop me a line if you
have one
Please buy mine
A cool Syroco corkcrew in the
form of a clown. These clown
corkscrews have different stain
finishes & also can be found
with colourful paint. Labels
sometimes are marked KING, N
Y or marked for Syroco.  

Happy to buy yours, just drop me
a line.

Wine openers are my thing!
Another Syroco, this lovely example is an
Indian chief complete with dagger &
headdress. These Syroco cork screws are
made from a resin mixed with wood pulp. A
composition plastic of soughts. These
Indian corkscrew come with different paint
finishes & often have a Syroco label on the
base.

Any piece could be of interest. Drop me an
email for your cash offer.

Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
Syroco Monk corkscrew.
Pull of the head & hey
presto, a corkscrew. The
Syroco Monk corkscrew
comes with different paint
finishes or stain.

I'd love to buy yours!

Drop me a line if you have
one
Please buy mine
 
Woof! Here is another Syroco dog
cork screw. This chap looks like
a Boxer dog but maybe he's a
Bulldog. Either way, Boxer dog or
Bulldog corkscrew - he is quite
the character.

Drop me a line if you have one
you'd like to sell
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This resin, wood flour chip
pulp, wax mixed Syroco
depicts a Scotty dog cork
screw with a fixed bell &
corkscrew. Can be found
with different paint finishes
& different collar colours.

Happy to buy yours, just
drop me a line
This amusing
corkscrew is known
as the Syroco
laughing man. It's
not hard to see why!
He's certainly
laughing! What with
his great
expression, his bald
head & bushy
eyebrows he sure is
a character.

Any piece could be
of interest. Send me
an email for your
cash offer.

I have one for
sale
Woof! Here is yet another Syroco dog corkscrew. This
time with a folding worm that pulls out from under the
dog's body. Can be found in black or brown stain
finishes. These Syroco corkscrew have a strange feel
about them, kind of a cross between wood & plastic. If
you have any, or a corkscrew similar to the ones
shown then please get in touch. If you have a bottle
opener then I'd love to hear from you.

Drop me a line if you have one you'd like to sell
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
Syroco Clown corkscrew.
This one is the painted
version. What a cool
colourful ball! Sometimes
this example has a
sticker on the base from
the New York retailer
KING.

I'd love to buy yours!

Drop me a line if you
have one
I have one!
This is the Syroco Pickwick, a
character from Charles Dickens.
What a fancy dan. What with his
Victorian top hat & big smiling
face. This cheeky chap
corkscrew comes with different
paint finishes or stain.

I'd love to buy yours!

Drop me a line if you have one
Please buy mine
Woof! A Syroco Alsatian Police dog
corkscrew with a green collar. These lovely
resin based dogs come in a variety of
finishes.

I'd really like to buy another.

Please get in touch if you have one
peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This one is the Syroco
Tramp corkscrew. A resin
type corkscrew with a chap
with a tatty hat & beard.

I'd love to buy yours!

Drop me a line if you have
one
Please buy mine
CASH WAITING FOR ANY OF THESE CORKSCREWS
Send me an email if you have any or one similar
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
This amusing corkscrew
depicts a chap in a black
coffin. On the coffin there's a
plaque which reads BORN
1919 DIED left blank - oooh er.
It's a corkscrew, cap lifter &
various other bar tools. It you
have a coffin bar set man I'd
be happy to buy it from you.   

Send me an email for your
cash offer.
I have one for sale
Here's a pewter
figural depicting
Christopher
Columbus.

Marked "COLUMBUS
CHICAGO 1892  
SCREW.  1492  PAT.
APPLD. FOR"

Happy to buy your
one.
GOD BLESS AMERICA!
 
Here's a cool figural type corkscrew in the
form of a dachshund with Crosby pup
stamped on his body. I'd love to buy your
Crosby pup corkscrew.

Send an email if you have one to:
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
 
There are so many different
corkscrews, old, vintage, antique or
ancient that I'm looking for. If you have
an interesting corkscrew feel free to
get in touch. I'd love to hear from you!

Tusk corkscrew, bone corkscrews,
Alligator corkscrews, Sterling pocket
corkscrews, folding silver corkscrews,
corkscrews with two worms or double
helix corkscrew are all wanted.

  • If you say, "I have one like that" - get in touch
  • If you say, "I don't have anything here, I wonder
    what mine is?" - get in touch
  • If you want top dollar for your corkscrew -
    definitely get in touch

Can't wait to hear from you!
Peter@corkscrewsonline.com
It's
incredibly easy to
complete a deal!

  • Send me a few pictures of your corkscrew
  • We agree a price
  • I'll arrange to collect for cash in $$'s, ££'s or Euros
  • or I'll send the money to you via Paypal & you can
    mail me the corkscrew