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- Item Number: GE1838
The Hammer from the Siegerland, also called in German "Siegerländer Reisehäckel" or... more
Product information "Hammer from the Siegerland"
The Hammer from the Siegerland, also called in German "Siegerländer Reisehäckel" or "Steigerstock",
is a walking stick that is usually carried by supervisors in mining for festive occasions or mountain parades.
A rounded, perforated "Hammer and Chisel" symbol forms the transition from the stem to the brass head.
It is comfortable to hold even with the nice design.
The walking stick consists of a 3-piece shaft which can be devided in 3 pieces.
Inside the shaft there is a conical tube, which should serve for a small sip in between.
- Material Head: Brass
- Material Shaft: Wood
- Length: 93 cm
- Weight: 0.500 kg
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