Both of these walking sticks have personality plus! The iron has a square shaft that transitions to round right where it sockets into the head. A screw in the hosel fastens it in place. The wood has an "11-piece" insert, each one of the pieces is held in place in part by a small nail. Both the iron and the wood are highly visual very much reflect the art deco period of the 1920s.
Both clubs are offered as a lot inasmuch as they are a match and are the only two such clubs that the auctioneer has come across. Other than sharing an art deco design one can tell these walking sticks are from the same maker by their ends. both walking sticks have a brass body with a steel tip to contact the ground, and both have the same 2 thin lines around their circumference.
The driver is 35 1/2" in length and the iron is 32 1/2". In the world of golf club walking sticks, this is a special set!
These walking sticks are easily recognized in the accompanying group image, with the other items shown for perspective.