The Virtual Corkscrew Museum's Weekly Newspaper

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Number 584

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Dennig Sculpture

Correction: In the July 16, 2006 issue we reported on this Dennig sculpture as "Number six of ninety-nine." According to Wolfgang Handel only 33 of the planned edition of 99 were produced.

One of these closes in the November 15 ICCA auction:

What is in the Box?

Do you know where this jackhammer came from? Take a look in the box below.

The "jackhammer" is part of a miner's bar tool set.

Point of Purchase Displays

Point of Purchase displays or counter displays are used in retail stores to promote the sale of products.


By Dean Young & John Marshall, November 10, 2009

ICCA Auction

ICCAuctions© part 4b of the auction closes on Saturday, November 14 beginning at 1PM Eastern Standard Time and part 4c closes on Sunday, November 15. Over 600 lots of quality corkscrews were listed in the three part auction from a number of collectors and dealers throughout the world. More than 400 remain for the November 14 & 15 closings.

Offerings of The Weekly Screw editor can be preview by clicking here.

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