A simple wire pocket corkscrew with cigar tip perforator!
It certainly looks like a Clough type pocket corkscrew, but it’s not.
On June 2, 1908 Augustus W. Stephens was granted US Patent number 889556 for his Cigar-Tip Perforator. This little invention has a “handle portion which enables it to be readily manipulated, and is at the same time adapted to serve as a storage receptacle for another article, such as a cork screw”. Brilliant!
I dare say that not too many of these have surfaced, but there are a few of them out there. You might want to double check your Clough collection to see if any of the wooden sheaths have a hollowed cavity with a spike. And if you do find one, quickly email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a healthy offer! Hope to hear from you soon!