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Bottle opener & bottle and can opener

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Postcard of Bottle opener & bottle and can opener.
000-190-004-170-C
© National Museums Scotland

Bottle opener & bottle and can opener

The iron patent bottle opener (left) dates from the late 19th century. The combined bottle and can opener dates from the 20th century and is made of white metal.

The bottle opener has a triangular piece with 'LUND' a coat of arms, and 'PATENTEE / LONDON' stamped on one side, and 'THE PATENTEE / 24 FLEET ST. / & / 57 CORNHILL / LONDON' on the other. The combined bottle and can opener is embossed with 'SCOTTISH AND NEWCASTLE BREWERIES LTD.'


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Online ID: 000-190-004-170-C
Image Rights Holder: National Museums Scotland
Project: 0098: National Museums Scotland
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Ref: National Museums Scotland  H.SF 143
Date: 20th century
Bottle opener: Late 19th century; Bottle and can opener: 20th century
Late 19th century
Material: Iron. Inscription: LUND / a coat of arms / PATENTEE / LONDON / THE PATENTEE / 24FLEET ST. / & / 57 CORNHILL / LONDON
Metal, white. Inscription: SCOTTISH AND NEWCASTLE BREWERIES LTD
Dimensions: 100 mm L x 20 mm W
8.30" L
What: Bottle and can opener
Bottle opener
Subject:
Who: Lund, 24 Fleet Steet and 57 Cornhill, London (Maker)
Scottish and Newcastle Breweries Ltd (Maker)
Where: England, London
Event:
Description: Iron bottle opener consisting of two prongs held together by a triangular iron piece marked Lund, a coat of arms, Patentee, 24 Fleet Street and 57 Cornhill, London, late 19th century
White metal combined bottle and can opener embossed with Scottish and Newcastle Breweries Ltd, 20th century
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