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R. Chapman "The amwell".
3 Piece split cane.
11ft Bottom Rod.
Handle 21in. (inc button).
Butt 46in. (inc button).
Mid 45 1/2in.
Reinforced ferrules. Tight to the cane with no play or knock.
High bells rings.
Clear lined butt and tip ring,s.
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Very nicely restored Lee, I love mine, just don't use it enough, but will do for roach over the coming Autumn/winter
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A lovely example Lee, Sir.
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What a lovely coloured piece of cane.
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That's a nice looking restoration Ljm
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Never seen or heard of one, but now I want one!
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