If you're going to need a corkscrew to open a bottle of beer, you might as well put your product's name on the corkscrew as a little reminder of whose beer to buy. Corkscrews were popular (and necessary) hand-outs during the era prior to the use of 'crowns' or bottle caps. Below are examples ranging from the very functional to the very clever.
Lemp wire corkscrew; circa 1890.
Lemp corkscrew with rounded ends on wooden handle; circa 1890.
Lemp corkscrew with same writing on both sides; circa 1895.
Wooden corkscrew advertising a Lemp distributor in Toledo, Ohio; circa 1890.
Lemp brass corkscrew; circa 1915.
Lemp corkscrew with tapered ends on wooden handle; circa 1892.
Lemp corkscrew with shield logo on one side; circa 1900.
Unusual Lemp corkscrew, opener, and button hook; circa 1905.