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    Circa 1910 Eddie Plank Walking Stick. History is often lost over the course of a century, and that's the case here, but the aesthetics alone are enough to propel this item to a lofty position of desirability. The walking stick is quite like many others from the era, a thin wooden rod not unlike a pool cue topped by an ivory ball. But that ball is topped by an engraved silver cap piece bearing a portrait of one of the Dead Ball Era's top aces beneath text that reads, "Eddie Plank, Philadelphia Athletics." Stick measures thirty-one inches (31") from the top of the ivory ball to the metal-tipped end. Evident use and signs of aging, but nothing that could be properly characterized as problematic.

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    May, 2016
    12th-14th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
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