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WW2 German NCO's Parade/Dress Bayonet By Alcoso With Scabbard & Cavalry Pattern Frog. BAYO 149 - BAYO 149
An original WW2 German Parade/Dress bayonet by Alcoso. It is complete with scabbard and frog. It has the correct nickel plated birds head pommel, rifle slot with push button release mechanism, chequered grips and nickel plated swept crossguard. The 7 3/4" single edged and fullered polished blade is in very good clean condition and marked with the 'Alcoso' trademark. It is in its original black painted metal scabbard. The black paint of the scabbard has surface wear consistent with use but no dents. Its black Cavalry Pattern leather frog has a retaining strap and stud. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 149

Swiss M1914 Schmidt Rubin Sawbacked 'Butcher' Bayonet By Elsener Schwyz, Scabbard and Leather Frog. Bayo 146 - Bayo 146
This is a Swiss M1914 bayonet with a sawback blade made by Elsener Schwyz. The bayonet is in excellent condition. It has a polished steel pommel with push button release which operates smoothly, and a bezel. The slab wood grips are secured with flush steel rivets. The crossguard is straight with muzzle ring. The blade is in excellent condition, it is polished steel with a saw back. It is stamped on the ricasso with "Elsener Schwyz". The blade is fullered and measures 18 3/4" long. (see White & Watts No 607 page 266, 7th paragraph and page 272 for illustration). The scabbard is steel, painted black and has a hanging loop. The leather frog has a buckle on the front and is stamped on the reverse with a maker (illegible) and "35". The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 146

German K98 Sawback Dress Bayonet By J.A. Henckels, Scabbard and Frog. Bayo 145 - Bayo 145 / 12028
This is a scarce dress bayonet which has a working press stud and slot to fit a rifle. The blade is marked with the Manufacturers logo and name "J. A. Henckels Zwillingswerk" and an image of the 'Dancing Twins' above. There are no military or other markings on the bayonet. The grips are black chequered plastic held by three rivets. The crossguard is the standard, curved upwards on one side and the pommel is the standard birds head type. The scabbard is all steel, painted black and the frog is the cavalry type. A very nice rare and complete combination. (See White & Watts No 387, pages 170 & 174). The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 145

British 1853 Pattern Socket Bayonet and Scabbard. Bayo 143 - Bayo 143
This is a standard 1853 pattern socket bayonet with a bright triangular blade and blued socket. The blade has an inspection mark and the socket has "286" stamped at the top. The scabbard is brass mounted leather but with a round frog stud instead of the tear drop and the seam stitching at the front instead of the back or side. The bayonet fits perfectly and has obviously been with the scabbard for a long time. (see Skennerton's book, item B145 pages 105-109). The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 143

French M1842/59 Bayonet and Scabbard. Bayo 142 - Bayo 142
This is the modified version of the M1842 with an internal coiled spring as opposed to the leaf spring used on the M1842. The French obviously did not find this as entirely successful as later they reverted to the leaf spring. This bayonet has the curved Yataghan blade with the "Manufactured at Chattlerault in 1862-Model 1842" inscribed along the top of the blade. The crossguard is steel and the hilt brass. It is contained in its steel scabbard. A very nice condition early French bayonet which is becoming harder to find. (see White & Watts item 189 page 83 & 90). The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 142

British 1860 Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. Bayo 141 - Bayo 141
This is a pattern 1860 bayonet introduced in 1860 for the short rifle with a slightly larger Muzzle Ring Dimeter of 20.7mm. It has the Yataghan curved blade with central fuller and a steel hilt with the leaf spring secured by a screw. It has black chequered grips. The blade has the manufacturers name of "Reeves" stamped into the top but no other markings. This would suggest it is a volunteer pattern as most volunteers chose the short rifle for its accuracy and in most cases the bayonets were privately purchased from the manufacturers. (see Skennerton's book, item B153 page 116 and items B154 & 155). The scabbard is steel mounted black leather. The top of the pommel is stamped "WF II" which would suggest use by The Royal Welsh Fusiliers at some point in its life. The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 141

South African No 9 Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. Bayo 138 - Bayo 138
This is a bayonet unique to South Africa and was made, probably by Armscor in the 1960's to fit the No 4 Rifle. They were made using the No 9 type socket and an Uzi blade as South Africa was already using the Uzi Sub Machine Gun. These bayonets were issued to local defence groups known as 'Commandos' who were using the No 4 rifle. The scabbard is the original metal scabbard from the Uzi bayonet but new nylon scabbards were also used. (See Skennerton's book, item 56, page 370). The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 138

WW1 German S84/98 Na Bayonet and Scabbard. Sn 11982 - 11982
This is a German WW1 S84/98 bayonet with a sawback blade. It was made by Erfurt in 1915 and has the Crown over "Erfurt" stamped on the ricasso. The top edge of the blade has a Crown over "W" over "15" followed by an inspection stamp. The top of the rudimentary muzzle ring has a number "3" stamped into it. The grips are wood secured by two screw bolts. The scabbard is all steel. (see The German Bayonet Book By John Walter, Page 61, middle picture for a virtually identical bayonet by the same maker). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11982

Australian L1A2 Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Sn 12046 - 12046
This is the Australian version of the British L1A1 and remained the same throughout its life. It has the long press stud. It has the rounded fullers and a polished blade with a parkerised finish to the grips. However most Australian L1A2 bayonets on the market have appeared totally parkerised and with no markings. This would suggest that this is an issued bayonet as it also has "D 019" stamped onto the pommel, (Probably the number of the rifle and bayonet pairing). The scabbard is the standard No 5 MK II and this has a painted number which only has the "3" legible. It also comes with a "M.W. & S 1965 CN 2006" frog. (see Skennerton No A32 pages 291 & 293) A nice addition to a modern or Australian bayonet collection. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 12046

SOLD SOLD L1A1/L1A3 Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Sn 12045 - 12045
This is an L1A1 bayonet made at Enfield in 1958 and converted to L1A3 specification. Most of the L1A1 bayonets were converted from 1958 onwards due to the original protruding stud making it easy to remove the bayonet from the rifle by rioters etc. The long stud was removed and a recess milled in the pommel and a shorter stud fitted. The original grips were usually replaced but this example has the original grips with the L1A1 designation "L1A1 960-0011" lightly deleted and the new designation of "L1A3/0257" stamped on the end of the pommel. (see Skennerton page 260, last two paragraphs). This is a scarce variation not often encountered on the collectors market. It retains most of its original finish. The blade has the original long fullers and is stamped with the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and "58D" denoting manufacture at Enfield in 1958. The grips and pommel also carry the 'Broad Arrow' and "D" marks. The scabbard is the standard No 5 MK 2 and is free from dents. It also comes complete with a Frog. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12045

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