, but it's actualy a different cane :shock:
In your weight, Ray, at the centre of the cane is an open orange cog, whereas the centre of the cane in the (Paul) Ysart weight on Bob's page is a solid orange core in white sleeve - actually, it's a white hexagon with an 8-point "daisy", but only really visible as such when seen really close up, even in actual weights, not just photos.
And in Bob's, the outer row of the cane has every other element with a white core, but in yours the yellow parts are all open cogs. Also, in yours, the yellow cogs are set as 6 inner and what seems to be 5 outer (although a 6th outer may have slipped out somewhere?). In Bob's example, the cane has a construct of 6 inner cogs but with 12 outer.
Ufortunately, I have not yet produced the extensions to my pages to show all the canes from all my weights, but a weight with exactly the same cane as in Bob's is shown top left in my page at:http://www.btinternet.com/~kevh.glass/pages/catalog/py-spoke.htm
One other point, which was kind of buried in the depth of detail of my talk at Perth, is that we are now aware of several canes appearing in both early Paul Ysart weights and those from the Ysart Brothers works. This is strong evidence that those canes were produced in the 1930s (or perhaps during the early 40s??) but made their way in both directions at the time of family business split in 1946. Therefore, it is quite possible to find a "Salvador" or "Ysart Brothers" weight with one or more canes that really do match up to some of Paul's items :!: