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A group of five canes pertaining to smoking, Various dates late 19th/20th century

A group of five canes pertaining to smoking, Various dates late 19th/20th century

Item Description:

Comprising an American resin, brass, and malacca lighter walking stick, the handle imitation amber, the shaft inset with brass hinged lighter, opening with release button, the lighter marked "RONSON DE-LITE/U.S. PATENT 1673727/U.S. PATENT 1290011/OTHER PAT'S.P'00./U.S.A." with horn ferrule; a silvered metal and malacca pipe walking stick, the handle unscrewing to a compartment with a collapsible pipe, with bronze ferrule; an amboyna and hardwood snuff box walking stick, the faceted amboyna handle with a lift lid snuff compartment, the shaft faux painted bamboo, with brass ferrule; a Victorian sterling silver and malacca figural spittoon cane, the handle in the form a knight's head with movable visor, unscrewing to reveal glass vial, the silver marked with maker's mark JSG, London, 1877; and a bronze and ebonized wood cocaine walking stick, with handle as a match strike. (5).

L: 38 in. (longest) PROVENANCE: The collection of award-winning independent film director Larry Clark, New York.

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