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With the advent of the bottle cap, beer producers took the opportunity of advertise their products on the bottle cap opener.  Lemp was no exception.
According to the "Just For Openers" web site, many older bottle openers have a small square hole called a "Prest-O-Lite Key".   It was used to turn the valve on automobile gas headlights from about 1910 through the early 1930's before electric headlights were widely used.
The following are examples of openers produced for Lemp products.

"Drink Lemp's Beer" opener, 2 7/8" long, c1910.

Lemp shield logo opener, 2 7/8" long, c1910.

"Falstaff Bottled Beer" opener, 2 7/8" long, c1910.

Three variations of Lemp openers from Salt Lake City, 2 7/8" long, c1915.

Opener with "Made in St. Louis-Cerva" on 1 side and "A Soft Drink-Cerva" on the other, 2 5/8" long.

Click here to jump to the "Just For Openers" web site and learn more about the collecting of beer openers and corkscrews.