A place dedicated to swords, hatchets, throwing knives, oriental cutlery, tomahawk heads and more. Anything you do not consider to be 100% traditional knife is welcome.
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- Location: Hawaii, Island of Oahu
Wow, I never knew there was so many corkscrews made. There's so much info and many books on them also. I knew some were collectable but wow it a world in itself.
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- Joined: Fri Jun 10, 2016 7:15 pm
Corkscrew collecting is pretty serious buisiness. I collect the poor stepchild, beer bottle openers. Always looking. A few years ago i spent 20 bucks at an antiques mall for a corkscrew, sold it for 1500 bucks 3 weeks later. 2 years earlier or now it would have been twice that. It doesn't hurt to become familiar with other fields of collecting.
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- Joined: Mon Feb 13, 2006 8:39 pm
- Location: Bedford, UK
I collect corkscrews also. If there is any interest, we could have a bottle opener and corkscrew thread.
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