Military Pacing Walking Stick
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Military Pacing Walking Stick

Military Pacing Walking Stick

  • This rare military cane was used to measure the stride of marching soldiers
  • The English walking stick also signifies the rank of regimental sergeant major
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Item No. 30-7240
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This rare English military cane would have once been used by a regimental sergeant major as a pace stick. Consisting of two pieces of wood, the hinged shaft opens to the fixed position of the length of one pace. Both a symbol of rank and an aid in military drills, the pace stick ensures rhythm and uniformity for troops on parade.

38 1/4" length
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Period: Other
Origin:England
Type:System/Gadget Canes
Material:Wood
Length:38 1/4 Inches
Width:38.25 Inches
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