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Canes: From the Seventeenth to the Twentieth Century

Jeffrey B. Snyder

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A magnificent tour of canes and staffs from the late seventeenth through the twentieth century in both folk art and formal designs. Color photographs provide a sweeping survey of the varying cane forms available to collectors today, including canes with handles bearing human and animal forms, scrimshaw and glass canes, gadget and weapons canes, political, and presentation canes.There is something to peak anyone's interest among these beautiful and engaging sticks. Even historic events and relics amy be found among the canes pictured here. Both rare and common canes are presented in an impressive visual format. Cane terminology, dating techniques, and formal cane etiquette are among the topics discussed in this collector's handbook. Photographs are arranged in broad categories to provide a sense of the scope of human imagination rendered in these magnificent sticks.

Size: 9" x 12" | 900 color photos | Availability Guide | 288 pp
ISBN13: 9780887405495

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Jeffrey B. Snyder is an editor, writer, and historical archaeologist currently living in Exton, Pennsylvania. He brings an archaeologist's sense of the scope of human history and artifact development to the writing of this book.