CIVIL WAR-ERA EAGLE CANE WITH POST-WAR INSCRIPTION

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Item Code: 344-1884

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Patented Dec. 23, 1862. Black varnished wooden cane, 34.75” in overall length, topped with handsome silver plated brass eagle with U.S. flag in beak, with winding serpent below, brass plated tip. Owner name plate “Harriet H.[yatt] Mayor Princeton NJ“, attached just below the serpent’s tail. Small wrist loop attachment below grips ferrule, missing. Cane Varnish missing in small patches at top near grip. Else VG and classy. Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor [1868-1960] was an American artist and sculptor active in the late 19th and early 20th century. Superb Civil War era eagle cane.  [jp]

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