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News Archive - May 2009
Hammond Amber Cane now on eBay
Date: Thursday, May 21, 2009 - 18:14 PM (Eastern Time)
A final update on the cane; an offer has so far been made and will be accepted soon unless someone else bids. If you wanted to own this prestigious piece of JP cinema history than rush over to eBay now and make your bid.
The cane is now available on eBay. Just do a search for "Hammond Cane."
A little surprise has recently found its way onto the Internet. All Jurassic Park fans should be familiar with the cane used by John Hammond throughout the first Jurassic Park film.
A prototype/replica of this cane has become available for purchase. The shaft is designed to resemble a column of vertebrae, and the handle is formed from a polished egg of faux-amber, within which is encased a prehistoric mosquito.
Note that this is NOT the cane used in the movie; this particular cane has only been seen displayed at conventions. It was given to a woman named Lori Reimers, a former employee of Universal, New Line Cinema, and a handful of film companies.
If you are interested in owning this piece than email Cheryl at email@example.com, and discuss the piece further and discuss price.
Happy bidding, and congratulations to whoever ends up owning this esteemed piece of Jurassic Park.