SOLD ITEM 10641 - Nathaniel Dearborn walking stick Boston c1800

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Original and authentic Nathaniel Dearborn (1786-1852) walking stick or cane, Boston circa 1800. Measures 36 inches high, with a 3 x 1.5 inch top engraved "Nathaniel Dearborn" Boston it the top. Nathaniel Dearborn was an engraver in Boston, Massachusetts. He worked on both School Street and Market Street. We have included a book that Dearborn published in 1827 titled "Always Happy, Felix and his sister Serena A Tale". To learn more about Nathaniel Dearborn, please refer to Wikipedia. This is a rare, well-documented piece of Colonial Boston's history.
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