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All Items : Antiques : Instruments and Implements : Writing : Pre 1920 item #1300885
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$345.00
Very well designed and crafted Alexandre Auguste CARON (1857-1932) bronze seal, depicting a young girl in standing position with the right hand in her pocket and biting left hand finger in a contemplative position. Size; Height of seal is 3 3/4 inches, no condition issues beside age wear.
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$375.00
Antique folk art cane with a handle in shape of a Joker in sitting position touching his nose with left hand, from late 19th/early 20th century period, whole cane carved from a single tree branch, no condition issues noted. Overall length of cane is 31 inches.
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$345.00
Antique folk art cane with a handle in shape of a foot, from late 19th/early 20th century period, whole cane carved from a single tree branch, age crack along the toe. Overall length of cane is 36 inches.
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$475.00
Well crafted antique carved stag Dogs Cane-Ca. 1890-L-Shaped dog head with glass eyes, a monogrammed metal collar and a wood shaft Length: 24.50 inches. Condition consistent with age.
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$1,045.00
Panther Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-A stylized silver panther handle with unreadable hallmarks, exotic hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 5” x 4 ½”, O.L. 35”.
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$1,450.00
Folk Art Monkey Cane-Ca. 1880-A one-piece carved cane with a hand grasping a baby monkey with two color glass eyes, natural bark shaft and a brass ferrule-O.L. 33”.
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$945.00
Skull Vine Cane-Ca. 1890-An unusual skull which is carved atop a thick wild vine and a metal ferrule-O.L. 34 ½”.
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$1,450.00
Chinese Silver/Stingray Tail Cane-Ca. 1890-A cast silver handle with a fierce dragon and bamboo shoots, shaft is a natural stingray tail and a metal ferrule-H. 5” x 4”, O.L. 35 ½”.
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$885.00
Elk Hunting Cane-Late 19th Century-A high relief cast handle of hounds and elks, sterling silver signed 925 plus other unreadable hallmarks, hardwood shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 2 ½” x 1 ½”, O.L. 36”
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$750.00
Boxer Dress Cane-Early 20th Century-A gold-filled boxer with muzzle and collar, ebony shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 3/8” x 1 ½”, O.L. 34”
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$1,450.00
Art Nouveau Dress Cane-Ca. 1890-A carved ivory lady with her fancy hat atop, signed pair of sterling collars, hardwood shaft and a spear ferrule-H. 5” x 1 ¼”, O.L. 30 ½”.
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$1,675.00
Gold Dress Cane-Ca. 1910-A French hallmarked 18 karat gold collar and handle, hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-H. 1 ½” x 2 ¼”, O.L. 36”.
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$1,275.00
Well crafted antique carved Ivory Dogs Cane-Ca. 1890-L-Shaped hippopotamus ivory handle with rounded edges carved with two dog heads, fruitwood shaft with a white metal collar and a brass ferrule. -H. 3 ¾” x 2, O.L. 35 ½”.
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$475.00
Lot of 3 antique ivory handle Canes,19th Century period, handle of the one to the right is repaired due to age crack, average height is 36 inches. Great bargain.
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$850.00
Ivory Portrait Cane- Ca. 1880-A carved, in relief, ivory handle of a grandfather and granddaughter sitting by a window, him smoking a pipe as his hound dog looks up at the pair, exotic wood shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 1 ¼” x 3 ½”, O.L. 35
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$850.00
Tiger Dress Cane-Ca. 1880- A carved tiger dress cane with two color glass eyes, silver for ears and nose, Art Nouveau style silver collar, one piece natural branch shaft and a horn ferrule-H. 5 ½” x 3”, O.L. 36”.
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$775.00
One has a Stag handle with engraved nickel silver collar mounted on a fine whangee bamboo shaft. Circa 1920. The other has a Carved Horn Handle Dog's Head with teeth. Has a concealed steel probe or dagger inside shaft. Circa 1900. Condition (Very Good Condition). Size Largest" 26 - 1/2" L.
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$475.00
North American Folk Art cane with pig carved on the handle and a Federal Style Eagle on the shaft. All glass eyes are present. Circa 1840. Size; Overall length is 35 inches, minor cracks to the shaft.