Ultra Rare Striped Wood "Parade Cane" with a 38 Star US. Centennial Flag inside !!!
Flag Comes out with the Round Wood Top, and then is re-inserted Right-Side Up atop of the cane, for Waving High & Proud.

Colorado Admission date for the 38th State was August 1, 1876 , then was in use until 39th Sate of North Dakota entered the union on Nov.2,1889.

Flag has a 17 inch Stick, with Cloth Flag alone which is 15 by 12 inches.
Fairly Large compared to most hand out Parade Flags which were only 6 to 8 inches High

Overall Wood Cane is 32 inches Long. Bottom metal Tip is Nickel Plated brass. (tested non-magnetic)


1st Book Ref.: "A Grand Old Flag * A History of the United States Through it's Flags"
By : Kevin & Peter Keim
Photo on center of Page : 149 (does not show stars or condition of cloth flag inside)

2nd Book Ref.: "The Stars and the Stripes"
By : Boleslaw & Marie-Louise D'otrange Mastai
Later 39 stars shown on Page ; 180 item (5)

Condition ; My Cane retains it's Original Fancy "Stripe Stained appearance on the Shaft & Round Wood Top" !!!
I re-attached the lower original tack, and 1 "Upholstery Tack" has previously been added to hold the top corner of the Flag.


Shipping ; Will be shipped safely in a heavy round Cardboard Tube.


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Ultra Rare "Parade Cane" with 38 Star US. Centennial Flag inside !!! Circa 1876.

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