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NEVER SAW A CANE LIKE THIS 1!I WOULD LOVE SOME INFO-PLEASE

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    Posted 10 years ago

    codydogg
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    I HAVE NEVER SEEN A CANE LIKE THIS-IM NOT SURE IF ITS OLD IF ITS RARE - IS IT 1 OF A KIND-(JUST KIDDING!):):) I HAVE NO INFO ON THIS AND I LOOKED AROUND TOO! SO PLEASE ANY INFO WOULD BE GREAT! THANK YOU VERY MUCH-CODY

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 10 years ago
      Elk Antler walking cane, by the looks 1900 -1920 era. Considered folk art. No Folk Art cane will look exactly alike, but there are simular canes around. Dave
    2. codydogg, 10 years ago
      thanks alot dave!! I really app" it! do you have any idea if its worth anything?I like to collecting a few things-with my little guys too-but this is deff"-not 1 of them! if you know anything i would love to hear it-or if you might know ware to take it to see what its worth-im all ears!!! thank you-jer
    3. PassingFancy PassingFancy, 10 years ago
      There's an elegant curve to it. Wonder what the wood is. And I find it interesting the manner in which the gold rind was tooled as a flat piece and wrapped and nailed. Clearly made by a craftsman, but I would expect a true artisan would have fashiond the ring as a round and fitted it without the nailed seam...
    4. codydogg, 10 years ago
      HELLO --HOW IS EVERYBODY?-- I hope all is well!! yes me being a carpenter and stuff--I would have hid the nails the best I could! but if what dizzydave says is true! back then it was all just about putting out a nice pc"-1 at a time! seeing a nail head-wasnt that big of deal! -thats just my 2 cents--as far as the wood--its been on the tip of my toung all morning! and I cant spit it out! --Ive done some work on the south shore and the older smaller houmes/summer homes back in the early 50's -40's -etc"-people would comeout to there house out on the Island-to get away from the city! so the homes on the canels-in there back yard-the middle support of the homes were trees-put into the ground! 1's that wouldnt rot that fast! I think it might have been locast--or elm--im not sure--but a branch of that-would look like this-after it dried up! thats for sure!(im really not 100% sure on that pic of words/trees!)-i dont even know if thay are real trees! for some reason the locast is sticking with me! maybe thats it!! not sure!! but well worth a try! thanks for your help guys!!see if that helps at all! have a good weekend--1 more day!!:)c/dogg
    5. codydogg, 10 years ago
      THANK YOU-IF IT WASNT FOR D/DAVE-- I would of know nothing about this thing!! he knows his stuff--and nice guy too! thanks again c/dogg--

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