Great photos, thanks so much! I can see exactly what you have.
This is an Irish blackthorn cane, thinner than the traditional shillelagh but made from the same wood, the blackthorn, complete with typical gnarls and thorns. The metal thumb cap and ferrule at the tip suggest an early 1900s date, circa 1920s at the newest and maybe older.
Irish blackthorn sticks are sought after. This one would sell at auction or on line (eBay etc) in the range of $60 - $100.
It therefore has a full retail value (if you saw it for sale in an antique store, say, of $200 which is also the replacement value for insurance purposes.
(2) Chest of drawers.
That's great you added the image of the label. T.C.F.Co is/was the Tell City Furniture Company,Tell City, Indiana, in operation under that name from 1924. They were principally a chair manufacturer, however, in the late 1930s and early 1940s they added bedroom and dining room furniture to their range. So your dresser is circa 1938 - 1942. The photo of the dovetailing also confirms the date. This is machine cut joinery of the sort used from the 1920s on.
The date is also borne out by the style, which is a mix of Louis XV & Louis XVI rococo motifs, including the beautifully done herringbone (or quartered) veneer drawer fronts, and applied carved and scrolled molding.
It looks to be in excellent condition for one of these as so often the veneer has peeled away. (Just one year in non-temperature controlled storage, or in a garage, say, and a piece like this is usually ruined.)
Sadly the value of a dresser like this is not that great at the moment. This look is out of style, with collectors prefering the mid-Century modern Danish/Scandinavian pieces which are hot right now.
It still has a value, though. If you were to sell at a good antique auction it would fetch in the range of $200 - $300. It therefore has a full retail/replacement/insurance value of $600.
I do hope this helps!
Please let me know if you'd like me to explain or expand on any of the above, I would be glad to.