19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick

19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick
19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick
19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick
19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick
19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick
19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick

19th-century Gold Headed Walking Stick

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The handle is engraved:  "Presented to J. Roymer / December 13th, 1882 / Susq., Pa. / by his Shopmates on his 60th Birthday".  The shaft is darkly stained wood, but it does not appear to be ebony. The ferrule is steel with a small brass tip.

34' long

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A fashionable walking stick was all but a required decorative accessory for the proper gentleman in the 19th-century.  Collectors of these are called Rabologists.

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