Freemasonry, Camille Desmoulins Cane flag

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"Freemasonry, Camille Desmoulins Cane "
Cane-sword made up of a malacca rod finished with an iron ferrule and an ivory-tipped handle.
The triangular steel blade is hidden in the rod.
It is adorned with a deep inscription in acid: " LE CONVENTIONNEL CAMILLE DESMOULINS 1794 ".
Total length 93 cm, handle-blade 73 cm
Epoca 1794
Very Good Condition (hair on the ivory and small crack at the entrance of the blade) visible in the photos.
Camille Desmoulins born March 3, 1760 died April 5, 1794
Lawyer, journalist, one of the main orators of the French Revolution, known for his famous speech of July 12, 1789 at the Palais Royal which galvanized Parisians for the storming of the Bastille on July 14, hence his nickname "the Man of July 14"
Freemason, he was initiated at the age of 16 in a lodge in Amiens, he is mentioned on the paintings of the prestigious lodge "the Nine Sisters" in Paris.
Price: 4 800 €
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Excellent condition

Length: 93 cm

Reference: 980775
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