KORKMASTER corkscrew made in the1940’s. Stamped into the top of the heavy cast aluminum barrel is: TRADEMARK
Please see all the pictures. It measures 6½” long.
Marshall T. McDowell and Bertha Carlson Grudin had formed and trademarked the "Korkmaster Company" in Red Bank, New Jersey. He used the rack and pinion style instead of the two handles to press on each side or just the screw in and pull out style.
Since aluminum was so well known in the post World War II era he used it for his cork screws as well. You’ll see the dark areas on the body and handle which show age, but the body and parts are all solid with no damage. It’s in great shape.
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