Category: Sieger

Antique can opener. D.R.P. German Brand Sieger.

Antique German vintage design tool. Kitchen design. Made in Solingen Germany

Sieger Can opener

Antique can opener. D.R.P. German Brand Sieger.

German Vintage Design. Original D.R.P. (Deutsches Reichs Patent), Sieger Can opener, German Military, 1920s. One of the first patented can opener from Germany. Manufacturers Sieger (winner).
Was one of the basic equipment of the German Military, Wehrmacht, in the World War II. The object has signs of use and very exciting evidence of a rich history.

Sieger Can Opener D.R.P.. Germany 1920

Antique Sieger Can Opener. D.R.P. German Brand. Made in Solingen, Germany, 1920

Sieger Can Opener

Sieger Can Opener D.R.P.. Germany 1920

August Reutershan GmbH. & Co. KG. Solingen, Germany, established in Solingen in 1864. The company produce the Cork screw “Cork screw furnished with a bell-shaped housing” Patent Number 4658678 and “Cork screw having a bell-shaped housing” Patent Number 4570512, kitchen tools, penknife blades, Pocket Knifes, and in 1913 the SIEGER can opener. SIEGER Can Opener belongs to the official basic equipment of the German Wehrmacht during the World War 2.

Can opener Sieger. German Wehrmacht, Army Tool.

Collectible Can opener Sieger D.R.P. Antique German Brand. WW2 Equipment, Deutsche Wehrmacht

Can opener Sieger

Can Opener Sieger 1940s. German Wehrmacht. WW2.

Another very well-preserved model of this famous can opener. The upper part of the can opener is made of a specially hardened steel.
On the top part is a small hole that was intended for the lubrication of moving parts. The handle is made of black painted Nikel. Inscription, “Made in Germany”. Manufactured about 1940.
This model was part of the equipment of the German Wehrmacht.

Produced by August Reutershan GmbH. & Co. KG. Solingen, Germany. Established in Solingen in 1864. The company produced the Cork screw “Cork screw furnished with a bell-shaped housing” Patent Number 4658678 and “Cork screw having a bell-shaped housing” Patent Number 4570512, kitchen tools, penknife blades, Pocket Knifes, and in 1913 the Can Opener SIEGER. SIEGER Can Opener belongs to the official basic equipment of the German Wehrmacht during the World War 2.