DescriptionA Bamboo Gaming Cane, late 19th century
36 inches high (91.4 cm)
Property from the Collection of Mr. Kenneth W. Davis, Fort Worth, Texas
The composite spherical handle with brass hardware untwists to reveal a storage compartment housing dice which sits atop the wood shaft that also untwists in two parts, the first revealing another storage compartment for a set of diminutive dominoes and below that a compartment reveals a brass rod threaded with checkers and a rolled up game board, all of this ending on a metal ferrule.
Light wear consistent with age and use, contains 28 dominoes, 4 dice, 24 checkers, stable structure.
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