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08/16/2017 07:33 AM
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DESCRIPTION

OLD WOOD CARVED KING COBRA WALKING STICK

Age. Less than 40 years old
Composition. Wood
Size. 36 long
Rating: 8
Comments. Fearsome looking came is made from hard wood and has a tapered brass end cap. Around its tapered shaft wines a large cobra and the top of the cane is the rounded hooded head complete with fangs as well as forked tongue. Is nicely carved and has nice details. The woods finish has some wear, shade variations and has some small scratches/scrapes. This cane is in good sturdy shape no breaks having normal use wear, has some minor wood wear and has some small, shallow dents in the wood as well as the brass cap.

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