Vintage 19th century wooden walking stick marked C. With carved Alligator / Crocodile on shaft. Caleb Buffum was a prominent property owner and businessman in Keene N.Measures overall 32 3/4 long and is in very good condition. Some info about him is below: BUFFUM BLOCK Keene N. Moses Johnson built a wooden store building on this site about 1790. Hall succeeded that firm in the store, where they continued in business for about 45 years. The Halls failed in business in 1850, and Henry Pond acquired the property in 1855.
Buffum bought the Moses Johnson building in 1860 from Pond. In 1890 the old wooden building was taken down, and the present block was erected by Buffum. Antique 19th Century Wooden Cane Walking Stick Carved Alligator / Crocodile.
Please Scroll Down Below Description Because Sometimes There Are More Pictures Than The 12 Allowed Through E-Bay. Some info about him is below. Store building on this site about 1790 to Daniel Watson, James Mann, and John Wood. In 1890 the old wooden building.
Was taken down, and the present block was erected by Buffum. Also please be aware that UPS & the U. Instead they have opted to use dimensional weight calculations. Please included that with your quote request. Packages on Mondays and Thursdays.
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