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Guitarist Monkey Walking Cane. France or Italy circa 1900

Attached to a yew wood shaft with a feminine leg as handle the elephant ivory representing a guitarist monkey playing on a roster and singing, is very well carved with a very funny expression, it is 6 cm high and 4 cm at widest, it has a metal ferrule. The OL is 86 cm. With any chips or cracks the condition is perfect.

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Automaton Monkey, System Walking cane. England, circa 1890
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Hunting Puppies Walking Cane. England, circa 1900
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Silver Elephant Walking Cane, France circa 1910
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Hunting Terrier by J. Howell, Walking Cane. England, circa 1900
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Art Deco, Bakelite Segments Walking Cane. France, circa 1920
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Art Deco, Full Shagreen Walking Cane, France circa 1920
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Political & Iconic symbol, Marianne System Cane. France, 1871
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Lourdes Madona Ex-voto, Devoutness Walking Cane, France circa 1900
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A Figural Indian, Silver Cane. France ? circa 1890
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Articulated Ebony Duck, System Walking cane. France, circa 1890
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Whalers Art, Ivory & Wood Walking Cane. Indian Ocean, circa 1880
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Whalers Art, One-piece of Wood Walking Cane. circa 1880
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Whalers Art, Scrimshaw Walking Cane. England ? circa 1890
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Spy-lens Bone gauntlet System walking cane. England, circa 1890
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Wine tester System Walking Cane, France circa 1900
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Massive light green Horn Cane. France, circa 1900
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Indochina Colonial Commando Opera Walking Cane. Vietnam, circa 1880
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BEKKO Flashlight System Walking Cane. England, circa 1940
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Toledo Damascene Walking Cane. Spain, circa 1900
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18th Century Skul, Defensive System Walking Cane. England? circa 1770
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Orientalist Beauty Walking Cane. France, circa 1870
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Guitarist Monkey Walking Cane. France or Italy circa 1900
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Botanist’s System Cane. France, circa 1880
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A Classic Greek beauty from Antiquity Walking Cane, France circa 1880
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Robin Hood as a Dog Ivory Walking Cane. France, circa 1900
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Art Nouveau Celluloid Nymph Summer Walking Cane. France, circa 1910
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Agate Dog Walking Cane. France, circa 1880
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Stingray Riding-whip. Circa 1880
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Folk-art Pipe System Walking Cane. France, circa 1880
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Nymph of the marshes, Utility Walking Cane. France, circa 1870
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Folk-art pipe System walking cane. France, circa 1880
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Primitive dog cane France, circa 1890. Ref: F9005