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This stick features a bovine horn crook handle, furnished with a repousse silver collar hallmarked for: 
'London 1912' 

With a makers mark: 
For the renowned walking stick manufacturer: 
'Jonathan Howell' 
Walking stick maker for: 
'Henry Howell & Co' 
'Henry Howell & Co walking sticks was founded in 1832 and was originally based at 76 Aldersgate, London. In its time, the cane manufacturer known as Henry Howell & Company, London, England was the largest and one of the world’s most prestigious makers of fine walking sticks.' 

The collar also has a cartouche with a presentation reading: 
'Presented to 
Rev. R.E.Salmon
E.I.T & N 
May 1913' 

'Rev R E Salmon became reverend of the English Congregational Church (United Reformed Church), Pontypridd Rd, Porth South Wales in 1910.' 
Ebonized shaft with an original brass ferrule. 

A historical stick perfect for use or a collector. 

Length - 92.5cm
Length of the handle - 11.5cm
Diameter of the shaft under the collar - 2.2cm
Weight - 412g


Very good condition with some small age marks. 

Antique Welsh United Reformed Church Walking Stick - Hallmarked 1912 Silver

SKU: A226190494134
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