William Henry Harrison Cane
William Henry Harrison Cane William Henry Harrison Cane William Henry Harrison Cane
William Henry Harrison Cane

William Henry Harrison Cane

  • This exceptionally rare walking stick was once owned by President William Henry Harrison
  • The historic piece features silver plaques spelling out his name on the shaft
  • Pieces owned by Harrison during his presidency are the rarest of all presidential collectibles
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This extremely unique walking stick is a token of the briefest presidency in American history — cut short by his untimely death, William Henry Harrison’s term in office lasted only 31 days. Thus, pieces that were once owned by Harrison during his presidency are considered to be the rarest of all presidential collectibles.

A spinning silver sphere tops the cane, encircled with the inscription “Harrison Tyler And Reform” and surrounded by the States of the Union of the day. The body of the cane was crafted from a sturdy branch, with the nubs of protruding branches capped with small silver plaques. These are each inscribed with a letter, spelling out the name “W.H. Harrison.” Made for a man tall enough to be endeared as a ‘Buckeye’ by his fellow Westerners, it measures over three feet in length.

The cane was given by Harrison's wife to the Villard family, and was subsequently passed down through the family until Robert F. Batchelder purchased it from the family in 1992.

Circa 1841

36 3/4" length
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:America
Type:Decorative
Material:Silver
Length:36 3/4 Inches
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