Orange Bowl Map Cane-Circa 1940-An unusual souvenir from the 1940 Orange Bowl which includes a map of the stadium and the city, nice condition, metal collar, hardwood shaft and a metal ferrule-O.L. 35"
Ladies' Erotic Whip Cane - Typically used by ladies of the evening, this classically elegant walking stick hides a naughty secret. A gentle tug on the cane's intricately repousséed silver handle reveals a stiff riding whip, wrapped in tightly woven and shellacked cord. 36" length
Toulouse-Lautrec Cane - Named after the famed artist (and notorious drinker) Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, this cane conceals a glass flask and cup within the malacca shaft. Toulouse-Lautrec owned a similar cane with a secret compartment for carrying his illicit spirits. 35" length
Flower Shears Cane - This ingenious walking stick holds a pair of floral shears perfect for reaching stems that are just out of reach. A simple pull of the trigger at the base of the cutter's bamboo staff activates the small shears at the end. Cane: 35 5/8" length Shears: 33" length
French Military Nurses Cane - This intriguing French military nurse's cane contains the rudimentary tools of a 19th-century homeopathic practitioner. The smooth horn knob handle is topped by a brass plaque bearing a seal inscribed "Infirmices Militaires." The cane contains several glass vials, some of which containing their original contents, a glass dropper, a hypodermic syringe needle, gauze and a vaccinostyle lancet.
Painter's Cane: This rare and important painter's cane contains brushes, a glass mixing bottle and a paint palette for blending within its detachable shaft. The true surprise comes when the segments are assembled into a working artist's easel. Artist canes such as this, complete with all of their components, are highly coveted among collectors for their remarkable rarity.
Ivory Candle Lighting Cane: This rare cane was used by Quartermasters of the Lights to light the high candles of castles and mansions, using the taper that slides up more than 6 inches from the shaft. Circa 1850
World War I Allies Flag Cane - This extremely rare walking stick is one of outstanding historical importance. A gentle pull on the basket-weave motif knob handle reveals a delicate flag of woven fabric, which bears the colors of the European Allies of World War I circa 1915, Great Britain, France, Belgium and Russia. Circa 1915