Swordsticks 

The sword cane consists of two parts: the hollow cane and the inner blade which is attached to the handle. It was during the revolutionary period that the sword cane made its appearance. Since swords were forbidden, hiding the blade in the cane was a good way to get around the Law without getting caught! Today it is freely available for sale to people over 18 years of age and is considered a category D weapon. Depending on the model, it may be subject to registration. Offered by different brands such as Herdegen or Fayet, the sword cane is a noble and graceful weapon. Made of steel, its blade can be embellished with a skull, dragon, duck or lion skull, an escutcheon, a ball or a curved handle. Original, the sword cane in the shape of an umbrella is totally indistinguishable. Three in one, this model serves as a sword, umbrella and cane. Select your favorite model and receive it quickly with Jean Pierre Fusil armory !  

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The sword cane, a weapon seducing the artistic world

Appreciated in the Belle Époque, the sword cane was used both as a clothing accessory and as a weapon. Made of hazel wood, it was considered a noble and elegant object. It was also used by Arthur Rimbaud and was notably seen in the comic strip Tintin in America. According to the anecdote, the French poet had wounded the photographer Étienne Carjat with a sword cane after he had excluded him from a dinner of the Vilains Bonshommes. John Steed's favourite weapon in Bowler Hats and Leather Boots, it never leaves the famous British secret service agent. More recently, she was even seen in the hand of Dr. Watson in Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holms saga.