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1998 Polly Pocket Flashlight Fun - Hot Stuff - Mattel 21951

1998 Polly Pocket Flashlight Fun - Hot Stuff - Mattel 21951

Early drawing of La Canne- a 19th century stick fighting method from France

Early drawing of La Canne- a 19th century stick fighting method from France

Canne de combat is a French martial art. As weapon, it uses a cane or canne (a kind of walking-stick) designed for fighting. Canne de combat was standardized in the 1970s for sporting competition by Maurice Sarry. The canne is very light, made of chestnut wood and slightly tapered. A padded suit and a fencing mask are worn for protection.

Canne de combat is a French martial art. As weapon, it uses a cane or canne (a kind of walking-stick) designed for fighting. Canne de combat was standardized in the 1970s for sporting competition by Maurice Sarry. The canne is very light, made of chestnut wood and slightly tapered. A padded suit and a fencing mask are worn for protection.

Canne de combat - Victorian self defense materials for the cane wielding gentleman.

Canne de combat - Victorian self defense materials for the cane wielding gentleman.

JNC, Barton-Wright, Self Defence with a cane part 2

JNC, Barton-Wright, Self Defence with a cane part 2

`.Vigny Stick Fighting, utilizing a specially designed “self defence walking stick.”

`.Vigny Stick Fighting, utilizing a specially designed “self defence walking stick.”

Bartitsu: The Martial Art of Gentlemen

Bartitsu: The Martial Art of Gentlemen

A 19th Century festival brought Victorian fashions and martial arts to Park Slope. Here, a demonstration of bartitsu, the 19th century martial art practiced by Sherlock Holmes. PHOTO CREDIT: Babette Daniels

A 19th Century festival brought Victorian fashions and martial arts to Park Slope. Here, a demonstration of bartitsu, the 19th century martial art practiced by Sherlock Holmes. PHOTO CREDIT: Babette Daniels

Self defence

Self defence

"The only thing that makes it a part of your life is that you keep thinking about it."

"The only thing that makes it a part of your life is that you keep thinking about it."