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- Order number: GE1838
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 & 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