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British 1907 Pattern Bayonet Regimentally Stamped To 6th Battalion, Royal Scots Fusiliers, and Scabbard. Sn 14171 - 14171
This is a nice regimentally marked 1907 bayonet to the Royal Scots Fusiliers. The blade is stamped with a crown over "G.R. 1907 10 16" (October 1916) and the makers name "Sanderson". The other side carries the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and several inspection stamps. The pommel carries "6 R S F" and the number "8" which denotes bayonet number 8 from the 6th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers. The 6th (Service) battalion was formed in August 1914 at Ayr and after training they moved to France on 11/5/1915.. They were involved in the battles of Loos, Albert and Delville Wood and were finally absorbed in 02/7/1918 by the 18th Scottish Rifles. A nice regimentally marked bayonet to a Scottish Regiment which saw service in many of the important battles of the war. (see Skennerton's item B 235, pages 187-195). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14171
245.00

Scarce British 1858 Pattern Lancaster Sword Bayonet To The Medical Staff Corps, Scabbard and Buff Frog. Sn 14258 - 14258
This is a scarce 1858 Pattern Lancaster bayonet. It has the later leaf spring attachment of a screw instead of a rivet as on the earlier models. The distinctive pipe back blade carries the makers name of "R & W Aston of Birmingham" together with an inspection stamp. There is also an inspection stamp on the top edge of the blade. The brass pommel carries the numbers "2. 96" over "M.S.C." (Medical Staff Corps) and "5241". This denotes usage by the Medical Staff Corps (Later the Royal Army Medical Corps). The mouth of the brass mounted Leather scabbard carries the letter "M" and the number "277". The buff leather 1882 pattern frog also carries the stamp to the rear of "M MSC 102". (See Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter item 61 pages 18 & 19 and Skennerton's item B160 pages 121-124). A very good scarce complete set to M.S.C. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14258
745.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD WW1 1918 Dated British 1907 Bayonet By Wilkinson and Regimentally Stamped To Royal Scots & Scabbard. Bayo 308 - Bayo 308
This is a very nice 1907 bayonet made in November 1918. It is stamped on the blade with a Crown over "1907 11 18 Wilkinson" (November 1918). The other side is stamped with the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and two inspection stamps. The slab wooden grips, which are undamaged, also carry inspection stamps. The pommel is stamped with the initials "R.S." (Royal Scots) and the number "R 181". The scabbard is the No 2 MK I with rivets in the locket showing and round frog stud. A good bayonet regimentally stamped to a desirable regiment, (see Skennerton's item B235, pages 186-195). The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 308.
0.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD British 1907 Hooked Quillon Bayonet, Regimentally Stamped To the York & Lancaster Regiment & Scabbard. Bayo 304 - Bayo 304
This is a very nice regimentally marked hooked quillon 1907 bayonet. It is stamped on the ricasso with a Crown over "E.R. 1907 7 10 (denoting July 1910) J.A.C." (J.A. Chapman manufacturer). According to Skennerton's book Chapmans only made 14,250 of the hooked quillon 1907 compared to a total of 175.000 made at Enfield by the end of 1911. The other side of the blade carries the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and an inspection stamp. The grips are wood and un-marked. The pommel carries the stamp "Y & L 045" denoting use by the York & Lancaster Regiment and bayonet number 045. The scabbard is the standard No 1 MK II with tear drop frog stud. A very nice 1907 hooked quillon with regimental markings in very good condition. (See Skennerton's Item B 234, Pages 186-195). The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 304
0.00

A Scarce WW2 1944 Dated British 1907 Lanchester S.M.G. Bayonet By Wilkinson and Scabbard. Sn 14039:1 - 14039:1
This is a scarce 1907 Pattern Lanchester S.M.G. bayonet. It was issued with the Lanchester sub machine gun during WW2 mainly to the Navy. It was produced by Wilkinson and is stamped with their code number "S294" on the ricasso. It is stamped on one side of the ricasso with "1907 S294 WSC 3 44" and on the other side with several inspection marks and the War Department 'Broad Arrow'. The bayonets were all issued with a blackened finish and only 87,600 were produced commencing in 1943. (see Skennerton's , Item B281, pages 230 & 231). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14039:1
275.00

WW1 1916 Dated British 1907 Pattern Bayonet By Scarce Maker J.A. Chapman and Scabbard. Sn 14039:2 - 14039:2
This is a WW1 1916 dated 1907 Pattern British bayonet by a scarce maker. It is stamped on the ricasso on one side with a Crown over "1907 12 16" denoting it was made in December 1916. Below this is a makers name "Chapman". On the other side it has several inspection marks and the pommel is stamped with "H.Q. 105" (presumably Headquarters). Chapman produced 300,000 1907 bayonets in WW1 compared to Wilkinson's who produced 2,360,000 and therefore makes them one of the smaller manufacturers and quite scarce. (See Skennerton's item B235, pages 186-192). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14039:2
275.00

WW1 1910 Dated British 1907 Bayonet By Enfield and Regimentally Stamped To Oxfordshire Light Infantry & Scabbard Converted For Drill Purposes. Bayo 303 - Bayo 303
This is a converted 1907 bayonet which has had the tip rounded off for drill purposes. It is stamped on the ricasso with a Crown over "E.R." followed by "1907 11 10 (Manufactured November 1910) and "E.F.D." (Enfield). The other side is stamped with a War Department Broad Arrow and several inspection stamps. The pommel is stamped with "OX" over "321" denoting regimental use by the Oxfordshire Light Infantry. The scabbard is the standard No 1 MK II with tear drop frog stud. (See Skennerton's Item B236 pages 188-189). The price includes delivery. Bayo 303
225.00

WW1 1917 Dated U.S. Remington Pattern 1913 Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Bayo 302 - Bayo 302
U.S. Pattern 1913 Bayonets were made by Remington for the British .303" P.14 rifle. These bayonets were later issued back to U.S. Forces with the British markings cancelled out and U.S. re-stamped. This is a nice original, WW1 U.S. Remington Pattern 1913 Bayonet for P.14 rifles. It has a clean blade and undamaged grooved slab wood grips. It is stamped on the ricasso '1913' and with the Remington roundel together with '9 17' date (September 1917). The reverse has a cancelled British Inspection stamp and is stamped 'U.S'. It is complete with original black leather No 1 MK II scabbard with steel mounts and round frog stud. It is complete with a British 1925 Pattern webbing frog as used by the R.A.F. and is dated 1940 to the rear. There is also a faint Air Ministry mark "A.M." below a Crown. (See Bayonet Belt Frogs book by Anthony Carter, item 152 page 37). An unusual combination of a bayonet being used over a long period of time. The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 302
175.00

British 1888 Mark II Lee Metford Bayonet By Wilkinson and MK I Scabbard. Sn 14039:3 - 14039:3
This is an early Edwardian, Lee Metford, 1888 Mark II bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford rifle. The bayonet blade which is in good clean condition, double edged and unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is also marked with a Crown over "E.R. 12 01 Wilkinson London" (Manufactured December 1901). The reverse is stamped with the broad arrow and an inspection stamp. The grips are of wood, held together with two brass rivets and are stamped"49" over "W" below a Crown. There is an oil clearance hole in both of the grips. The bayonet is contained in a standard 1888 MK I pattern scabbard. (See Skennerton's item B215 pages 170-173). Sn 14039:3
295.00

British Pattern 1907, 1909 Dated, Bayonet With Hooked Quillon by Wilkinson With Scabbard and Leather Frog. Sn 14033:1 - 14033:1
This is a virtually un-issued 1907 bayonet with hooked quillon, made by Wilkinson. It is stamped on the blade at the ricasso on one side with a Crown over "E.R. 1907 0 09" (September 1909) and the makers name "Wilkinson". The other side is stamped with the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and several inspection marks. The scabbard is the standard No 1 MK II. The frog is the 1914 Pattern leather equipment without helve carrier. It was made by Martins of Birmingham and is stamped on the rear with their name and the date "1915". (See 'Bayonet Belt Frogs' by Anthony Carter, page 33 no 131), also Skennerton page 186-195, item B234 for the bayonet) This is a very condition, complete combination. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14033:1
850.00
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