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Scarce U.S. M4 Bayonet By Aerial Cutlery, Complete With M8A1 Scabbard By P.W.H. and Webbing Frog. BAYO 259 - BAYO 259
This is an M4 knife bayonet with the later plastic grips and is made by Aerial cutlery. This is a rare maker for the last pattern of M4 bayonets and is not listed in Cole. The underside of the crossguard is stamped US M4 AERIAL and has the flaming grenade stamped next to it. This dates the bayonet to the Korean War period. After 1955 the flaming grenade was replaced by the U.S. Government Department of Defence acceptance mark which is a stylised eagle surmounted by three stars. The blade is parkerised and it has been correctly sharpened. The steel pommel incorporates a bayonet release mechanism which operates smoothly. The bayonet is contained in its correct S M8A1 scabbard made by P.W.H.. The scabbard has a green webbing frog which is riveted to the scabbard with two rivets with an integral belt loop and wire belt clip. The scabbard is in very good condition. This is a very nice complete and original bayonet, scabbard and frog. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 259

Peabody 1873 Pattern Socket Bayonet For The Peabody Martini Rifle. BAYO 245 - BAYO 245
This is probably an American socket for the Peabody Martini rifle made by the Providence Tool Company of Rhode Island, U.S.A.. These rifles were mainly used by Turkey and Romania amongst others. This bayonet carries several markings on the socket, namely BLB No313 & 5906. On the socket is WA H CF . These are probably State National Guard markings. The bayonets blade has a cruciform cross section and has an overall length of 544mm with a blade length of 490mm. See White & Watts, item 620 on pages 277 and 279. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 245

Home Guard, Remington (1915 Dated) P14 Bayonet, Scabbard & 1940 Dated British 1939 Pattern Leather Frog By Lees (W) Ltd For Home Guard Issue. BAYO 243 - BAYO 243
This is a nice U.S. P14 bayonet made by Remington in WW1 for the P.14 ,303 rifle These bayonets were reissued at the start of the Second World War to the Home Guard. The bayonets were fitted with a British made leather scabbard before issue. The bayonet has a parkerised blade. The ricasso is stamped with Remington roundel and 1917 (Pattern). The reverse is stamped with Frankford Arsenal ignited grenade mark, eagle's head and ‘15. The bayonet has an excellent blade & grips and a nice U.S. green leather scabbard with brass belt clips. The bayonet is fitted with a nice 1939 Emergency Pattern Home Guard leather frog. The rear of the frog is nicely marked by the manufacturer LEES (W) LTD (W. Lees of Walsall), 1940 (1940 date) and a crowfoot. The P.14 rifles were adopted by UK Reserve Forces both in WW1 & Home Guard extensively in WW2. Price for includes UK delivery. BAYO 243

American P17 Bayonet, By Remington Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 242 - BAYO 242
This is an excellent American Pattern 1917 Bayonet, scabbard and frog for the U.S. P17 rifle. The bayonet is marked on the grey parkerised blade with 1917 and REMINGTON within a circle. The other side of the blade has the flaming grenade over U.S with an eagle over 21. The pommel and guard retain all of its original blued finish. The scabbard is the green leather version with belt hook fittings favoured by the Americans. The leather is stamped near the seam JEWEL 1918 AND G.E.B.. The scabbards blued metal fittings are stamped M S. and retain most of its original blued finish. The bayonet is in excellent condition and retains most of its original finish. See An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin J. Brayley, pages 229 and 234. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 242

American U.S. M5-1 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 301 - BAYO 301
This is an American M5-1 bayonet made by Aerial. This bayonet has the improved locking catch which was necessary due to the difficult in operating the original catch. The bayonet is marked on the crossguard U.S.M5-1 and AERIAL together with the U.S. government Department of Defence acceptance mark consisting of a stylised eagle surmounted by 3 stars. This replaced the old flaming grenade and was in use between 1955 to the mid-1960s. The bayonet is contained in its correct U.S. M8A1 scabbard made by P.W.H. and its green cloth frog. See Cole Book 3, page 112 and Brearley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets, page 246. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 301 £145

VERY RARE ‘THE FIGHTING 69th’ (U.S. 69th Infantry Regiment) Original WW1 1917 Dated Remington Pattern 1913 Presentation Sword Bayonet With Etched Blade. Sn 15156 - 15156
The 69th Infantry Regiment is a Regiment of the United States Army. It is from New York City and known as the "Fighting Sixty-Ninth" a name said to have been given by Robert E. Lee during the Civil War. An Irish heritage unit, it is also nicknamed the "Fighting Irish". The Regiment’s history dates back to 1849, when it was created as the 9th Regiment New York State Militia, and A Company, 1/69 can trace roots back to the American Revolution. The Regiment has seen combat in five wars: the American Civil War, World War I, World War II, the Iraq War and the Afghanistan War. It has also participated in 23 campaigns, so many that the staffs of its Regimental colors are authorised to be one foot longer than normal to accommodate them all. This very rare piece is an original WW1 1917 dated Pattern 1913 Remington bayonet for Pattern 1914 (P14) rifles which has been etched to the ‘Fighting 69th’ for presentation. The bayonet grips have two vertical grooves which distinguishes it from Pattern 1907 bayonets and are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has a push release button which works as it should. The cross guard is waisted and has a muzzle ring. The 16 ¾” single edged blade is fullered. The ricasso has inspection marks on one side (including struck out British WD arrow) together with U.S. (Army Mark). The reverse has 1913 (pattern) above ‘5 17’ (May 1917 date) and Remington roundel. One side of the blade is etched ‘69th Infantry Div (The Fighting 69th) Army Of The United States Of America U.S. Army E Pluribus Unum (translation -out of many, one) 1917 France 1918 (The Great War)’. The blade has staining consistent with age but no damage or rust. The bayonet is without scabbard. The price for this very rare WW1 presentation bayonet to the ‘Fighting Irish’ includes UK delivery. Sn 15156

U.S. Rare M1 Garand Bayonet With Wooden Grips By A.F.H. and Scabbard. BAYO 287 - BAYO 294
This is a rare newly made M1 bayonet and not a cut M1905 or M1942 blade. The six groove grips are wooden instead of the usual plastic grips and are held to the bayonet by one screw bolt. This is unusual as the grips are normally of black plastic.. The fullers on the blade do not go down to the tip, stopping 2 ¾ inches from the tip. The bayonet is stamped on the ricasso with A.F.H. (Union Fork and Hoe) U.S. and has the Flaming Grenade (Frankford Arsenal). The bayonet is carried in its correct composite olive green plastic scabbard with a steel mouthpiece on which is stamped the U.S. flaming grenade and its designation M3. The bayonet is virtually identical to the one shown as in item 930 on pages 412 and 437 in The Bayonet Book by White and Watts. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 294

WW2 US M3 Fighting Knife By Imperial & M8 Scabbard With Integral Frog By Imperial. Sn 14151 - 14151
An original WW2 US M3 fighting knife and M8 scabbard with integral frog. It's has a 6 1/2" blade. The crossguard is stamped by the manufacturer 'USM3 IMPERIAL'. The leather ringed handle has service wear. The top of the pommel has the Frankford Arsenal 'ignited grenade' mark. The knife is complete with it's original green plastic M8 scabbard with integral green webbing frog which has a single retaining strap and press stud fastener. The edges of the scabbard have minor stable chips consistent with service wear. The upper mount of the scabbard is stamped 'USM8' & by the manufacturer 'BM Co' (Beckwith Manufacturing) A nice honest combination that has obviously seen action. (See Martin J. Brayley's 'An Illustrated History of Bayonets' page 242). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14151

Original American Merrill Navy Rifle Model 1862 Bayonet and Scabbard. Sn 13928 - 13928
A scarce original bayonet for the Merrill Navy rifle. It has the typical brass grip of the period with a long Yataghan blade measuring 25.5", 31.5" overall. Attached to the rifle it became in effect a pike to repel boarders. There are no markings on the bayonet except for an indistinct number on the blade and "1152 on the top of the hilt. The blade is in very good condition. The scabbard is brass mounted black leather and is in excellent condition. (See 'Bayonets From Janzens Notebook' book by Jerry L Janzen, page 208 item No 3). This is a scarce bayonet in excellent condition. (Also see White & Watts No 893, page 424 where the overall length is given as 36.5". This is a print error and should read 30.5"). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13928

WW1 1916 Dated US Winchester Bayonet For P 14 Rifles and Scabbard With WW2 Leather Frog. Sn 14038:3 - 14038:3
A lovely condition U.S. Pattern 1913 bayonet made by Winchester in June 1916 for British .303" P.14 rifles. These bayonets were later issued back to U.S. Forces with the British markings cancelled out and U.S. re-stamped. The P.14 rifles were adopted by UK Reserve Forces both in WW1 and Home Guard extensively in WW2. It has a nice clean blade and grooved slab wood grips. The ricasso of the blade is stamped "1913" (pattern) and "6-16' ( June 1916) and "W" (denoting manufacturer by Winchester). The reverse has several inspection stamps and the War Department 'Broad Arrow'. Winchester only produced 225,000 1913 pattern bayonets compared to the 1,243,000 produced by Remington making them quite scarce. It is complete with a steel mounted leather scabbard and WW2 leather 'Home Guard' frog. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14038:3
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