From the 1954 publication Inventor’s Handbook
Under the Patent Office’s category of “Cork Extractors” we find this familiar-looking device of 1867. Can openers of this style have, of course, become obsolete, but there are several contemporary corkscrews based on this principle.
The 1867 corkscrew described (and pictured) in Inventor’s Handbook is, of course, the 1867 McGill (#61,080) patent.
Interestingly, the McGill has still yet to have turned up with the frame and can opener, mirroring the patent drawing, and instead, when found, is a simple direct pull, with a can opener end; usually marked PATENT:
That said, I would love to find a spring mechanism frame corkscrew with can opener attached to the handle…that looks like the 1867 patent!