Watch Cane, System Cane, Silver, Circa 1900

Watch cane. The knob of the cane is a silver watch. French silver hallmark and silversmith’s mark. Mention engraved on the bottom of the knob “Breveté SGDC” (Without Government Guarantee) which in France was a legal notice releasing the State from any responsibility for the effective functioning of the patented device. According to this statement, established by the law of 1844 and disappeared in 1968, patents were granted “without prior examination, at the risk and peril of the applicants, and without guarantee”. the watch has been revised by a specialist and works. There is a slight chip inside on the edge of the glass (hardly visible). The shaft of the cane is made of rosewood. The ferrule is made of metal. The entire cane measures 33,07 inches. France, late 19th / 1900.

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