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AN AUSTRALIAN SILVER-MOUNTED SPECIMEN WOOD WALKING STICK
AN AUSTRALIAN SILVER-MOUNTED SPECIMEN WOOD WALKING STICK
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AN AUSTRALIAN SILVER-MOUNTED SPECIMEN WOOD WALKING STICK

CIRCA 1920

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AN AUSTRALIAN SILVER-MOUNTED SPECIMEN WOOD WALKING STICK
CIRCA 1920
Comprising various bands of native Australia woods such as Black Wood, Queenland Maple, Rose She-Oak, with inscription 'Presented to HRH The Prince of Wales by Mr.C.H. Tonkin, Secretary. Lake Macquarie Branch, Australian Natives Association, Newcastle, N.S.W. 25.6.20'
36 in. (91 cm.) long

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In 1920 the Prince of Wales visited Australia on behalf of King George V. The visit was to thank the Australian people for the sacrifices and contributions made during the First World War. The Prince visited many cities and towns across Australia and his popularity was such that he became known as the 'digger prince'.

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