Around 1940, USA in good condition
The corkscrew is located in the figurine made of ground wood pulp. Was a process from The Syracuse Ornamental Company, founded in Syracuse, New York in 1890 by German immigrant Adolph Holstein.
After Senator Volstead had ordered the prohibition, figurines were made with his head on a large scale. The corkscrew is hidden in the figurine.
Dimensions: The bartender (garçon) is entirely 21 cm high and the base is 7 cm by 7 cm. The corkscrew is 9 cm long without the head.
Condition: in good condition with light signs of wear.
This article is professionally packaged and shipped from Belgium.
Shipping within Belgium, France and Luxembourg only with collection point Mondial Relay. Insured shipping at additional cost.
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|Member since:||August 3, 2015|
thank you for quick delivery.good paking
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|United States||$ 18.63|
|United Kingdom||$ 18.63|
|Rest of Europe||$ 18.63|
|Anywhere else||$ 18.63|
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