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No.3 J.W. King’s Wrought Steel Champagne Siphons

No.3 J.W. King’s Wrought Steel Champagne Siphons

Circa mid-1860’s Champagne Siphon. Overall length – 4 3/16 inches. Nickle Plating. Archimedes style helix with 2 holes for siphon. Broken tip at the very end of the sharp point. No marking on the siphon. Box is marked “1/12 doz (with a crown logo) No. 105” and “H. & J. W. King’s Wrought Steel Champagne Siphons”. Probably manufactured in England for private label. OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL...

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No. 2 Landers, Frary & Clark – Champagne Tap

No. 2 Landers, Frary & Clark – Champagne Tap

Circa 1862 to 1876 – “No. 100 Champagne Tap” by Landers, Frary & Clark, New Britain, Conn USA in its original box. Overall length 4 3/16”. It is Nickle plated brass with a hollow Archimedean helix and two holes near its sharp tip. Landers, Frary & Clark’s history began when George Landers arrived in New Britain, Connecticut in 1829 and went to work for Josiah Dewey in a small foundry making cupboard latches and other hardware....

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No.1 Maw’s Champagne Tap

No.1 Maw’s Champagne Tap

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