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SOLD SOLD (10/09) 1960 British WD L1A3 Bayonet With NATO Stores Code & No 5 MK II Scabbard. BAYO 313 - BAYO 313
This is a British L1A3 bayonet and scabbard. The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. These bayonets had the pommel brazed or heat shrunk onto the tang and was only produced in Britain. The bayonet has a blackened pommel and cross guard with muzzle ring. The pommel has a WD broad arrow mark. The underside of the crossguard is stamped with WD arrow below ‘B’ and ‘S’. Both grips have the designation L1A3 and the NATO stores number 9600257. The parkerised 8” drop point steel blade is single edged and has fullers. The blade is stamped ‘B60’ denoting manufacture in 1960. The bayonet is contained in its No 5 Mk II scabbard with a brass mouthpiece (see Skennerton’s book, British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book, pages 260-263 item B322). The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 313
£0.00

British No.5 Jungle Carbine Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 281 - BAYO 281 / 16120
This is a British No.5 Jungle Carbine bayonet and scabbard. The bayonet has a polished 8" Bowie style clean blade (12" overall) has muzzle ring, cross guard and pommel with lug button that has a good strong spring action. The slab wood grips are secured by two screw bolts. The bayonet is complete with its steel scabbard which is undamaged with most of its original blued finish. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 281
£325.00

RARE, Early Production, Pre WW1, 1909 Dated Hook Quillon 1st Type 1907 Pattern Sword Bayonet By Wilkinson To The 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment & 1st Pattern WD Scabbard With Internal Chape Marked ‘HGR09’. Sn 16126 - 16126
The Essex Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 to 1958. The regiment served in many conflicts such as the Second Boer War and both World War I and World War II, serving with distinction in all three. It was formed in 1881 under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot and the 56th (West Essex) Regiment of Foot. This is an excellent 1st Type, hook quillon '07' sword bayonet by Wilkinson, complete with original 1st type scabbard. These bayonets were introduced in January 1908 (see page 186 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton). This example was made in 1909, a year after production began. The sword bayonet has a clean 17" steel single edged blade which is stamped on the ricasso with the Kings crown ‘ER’ (Edward Rex) and '1907' (pattern) together with date '1 09' (January 1909) and 'Wilkinson' (manufacturer) It also has other inspection marks (all illustrated). On the reverse it is stamped with WD inspection marks. The bayonet is fitted with its original 1st Type hook quillon cross guard which incorporates a muzzle ring. The wood grips have just bumps and bruises to be expected and are correctly secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is stamped '2 E.X' to the 2nd Battalion Essex Regiment above weapon number ‘38’ . It is complete with its original 1st Pattern leather scabbard with steel locket and internal chape. The leather is impressed with WD arrow and ‘HGR09’. All the stitching and leather of the scabbard are clean & intact. The price for this rare Regiment marked 1st Type bayonet and 1st Pattern scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 16126
£875.00

Victorian British WD 1896 Dated Sanderson Sheffield 1888 Pattern, MK I Type 2, Bayonet & Scabbard With Boer War Era Slade Wallace Leather Frog. Sn 16196:2 - 16196:2
The Enfield Lee Metford, 1888 Mark 1, Type 2 Bayonet was manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle which were issued to British and allied forces during the Boer war and WW1. This example has a superb clean double edged and unfullered blade with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. One side of the blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘Sanderson Sheffield’ and ‘12 96 ‘ date (December 1896), the reverse has WD with arrow mark and other inspection marks. The undamaged wood grips are secured by 2 brass rivets and have the correct oil hole towards the pommel. The bayonet comes complete with its original black leather scabbard with steel locket & chape. Also included is it's Slade Wallace Equipment, Boer War Era Buff Coloured leather frog with riveted and stitched back, single belt loop and retaining strap. The rear of the frog has ink printed stores code together with ink handwritten name most likely the soldier who was issued with this bayonet (illustrated). All leather work and stitching of this item are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16196:2
£345.00

Victorian British WD, Wilkinson London, 1888 Pattern, MK I Type 2, Bayonet Regiment Marked ‘5 CH’ To The 5th Battalion Cheshire Regiment & Scabbard With Boer War Era Slade Wallace Leather Belt With Brass, Victorian Crown Buckle & Frog & Pouch. Sn16196:1 - 16196:1
The Cheshire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army, part of the Prince of Wales' Division. The regiment was expanded in 1881 as part of the Childers Reforms by the linking of the 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment of Foot and the militia and rifle volunteers of Cheshire. The title 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment continued to be used within the regiment. On 1 September 2007, the Cheshire Regiment was merged with the Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment (29th/45th Foot) and the Staffordshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's) to form a new large regiment, the Mercian Regiment, becoming the 1st Battalion, Mercian Regiment. The Cheshire Regiment served with distinction in the Boer wars and both WW1 & WW2. The Enfield Lee Metford, 1888 Mark 1, Type 2 Bayonet was manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle which were issued to British and allied forces during the Boer war and WW1. This bayonet to the 5th Battalion Cheshire Regiment has a superb clean double edged and unfullered blade with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip and the blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘Wilkinson London’. The pommel is stamped with weapon number '16' below Regiment mark ‘5 CH’ to the 5th Battalion Cheshire Regiment. The pommel also has a small WD arrow mark and is stamped ‘’Pat 88’ (1888 Pattern). The undamaged wood grips are secured by 2 brass rivets and have the correct oil hole towards the pommel. The bayonet comes complete with its original black leather scabbard with steel locket & chape. Also included is it's Slade Wallace Equipment, Boer War Era Buff Coloured leather belt with adjustment leather straps and brass fittings which include it's heavy cast circular brass 2 piece Victorian crown with Lion centre piece together with outer band which contains the Latin inscription 'Dieu Et Mon Droit'. The back of the belt has hand written names no doubt the names of Victorian Soldiers who were issued with this rig and WD ink stamps (all illustrated). The belt (approx UK size 32-36" Waist). The belt has its original buff coloured 'Slade Wallace' leather, frog with brass buckle & large single belt loop and leather pouch with flap cover, retaining strap and brass stud fastener . All leather work and stitching of this item are clean and intact. The price for this bayonet to a famous Regiment with Sam Wallace belt rig includes UK delivery. Sn 16196:1
£575.00

Post 1858, British Army Sappers & Miners 1855 Pattern Lancaster Rifle Pipeback Sword Bayonet Volunteer Regiment Marked ‘V Lcs E1 83’ With Scabbard Regiment Marked ‘2 Co 42’. BAYO 270 - BAYO 270
British Sappers and Miners Units adopted an oval barrel rifle in 1855 and produced their own distinctive bayonet with a Falchion or pipe backed blade. The leather scabbard had brass fittings. After 1857 the Sappers and Miners were renamed the Engineers so the blade is sometimes called the Engineers Bayonet. After removal from Engineer service they became a side arm particularly for the Medical Corps. Early examples had a leaf spring secured by a rivet but post 1858 the springs on these bayonets were secured by a screw. The British Government ordered quantities of these bayonets from German manufacturers & both the London and Birmingham trade (see pages 121-124 and item B160 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets By Skennerton). This is an excellent original example of the 1855 Lancaster bayonet. It has the correct 24”pipeback blade which has just light staining consistent with age, brass crossguard with muzzle ring and brass pommel with correct flat steel spring bar with post 1858 retaining screw and push button which works as it should. The ricasso has no visible manufacturer mark but one side has a small inspection mark. It's original black grips are have just light service wear and correctly secured by rivets. The pommel has a Volunteer Regiment mark ‘V’ over ‘Lcs E1 & 83’. The bayonet measures 29 ¼” overall and is complete with it's original leather scabbard with brass locket and large brass shoe chape. The leather has some service wear but the leather and stitching are intact. The locket is Regiment marked ‘2 Co 42’ most likely 2nd Company & 42 (weapon number or 42nd Regiment). The price for this Regiment marked 1855 Pattern Lancaster Bayonet with scabbard includes UK delivery. BAYO 270
£425.00

MATCHING VOLUNTEER REGIMENT MARKS ‘V.T.H.E’, British 1856/58 Pattern Yataghan Sword Bayonet For Enfield .577 Rifles By Reeves Hilt & Scabbard . BAYO 265 - BAYO 265
British 1856/58 Sword Bayonets were produced for Enfield .577 rifles by English manufacturer's and the German Solingen trade. This is a nice example of the British Sword bayonet, Pattern 1856/58, with Yataghan type blade (see page 114 plate B151 of Skennerton’s book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). The steel blade is undamaged with just staining to be expected. The blade is 22.8" long (28.25” overall), has a muzzle ring diameter of 20.6mm and has a curving Yataghan form which is fullered. The ricasso is marked ’Reeves’ and has an inspection mark. It has a steel cross guard and muzzle ring. The muzzle ring is Volunteer regiment marked ‘V.T.H.E’ 2 435’. Its leather 2-piece grip is stamped with a chequered pattern. The grips are undamaged. The steel mounted leather scabbard's stitching and leather are undamaged. The locket has matching Regiment mark. It is unusual to find these bayonets and scabbards with matching regiment marks. The price for this bayonet worthy of further research regarding the Regiment marks includes UK delivery. BAYO 265
£395.00

RESERVED RESERVED Late 18th - Early 19th Century British Brown Bess Musket Socket Bayonet With Scabbard. BAYO 264 - BAYO 264
This is a very nice example of one of the many Brown Bess socket bayonet variants in use in both Britain & India in the Late 18th to 19th Century. It is profusely marked with many Regimental & Rack numbers on the Socket. As there are so many variations it is impossible to be precise but this example has a triangular blade length of 17”. A socket length of 3” and muzzle ring diameter of 25mm (see Skennerton item B49 page 40 for similar examples). The rare to find scabbard is brass mounted. The leather is in remarkable condition for its age. A nice example of an iconic British bayonet. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 264
£495.00

Factory Nickel Plated, 1946 British WD Poole No.5 Jungle Carbine Dress Bayonet & Scabbard With Webbing Frog. BAYO 263 - BAYO 263
This is an excellent factory nickel plated British No.5 Jungle Carbine dress bayonet and Scabbard . The bayonet with fullered, 8" Bowie style blackened blade (12" overall) has muzzle ring, cross guard and pommel with lug button that has a good strong spring action. The pommel is marked 'F3' and with WD arrow. It has slab wood grips secured by screw bolts. The blade is manufacturer marked ‘P’ (Poole) and dated ‘1946’ at the ricasso. The bayonet is complete with its nickel plated steel scabbard which is undamaged. The scabbard is fitted with a buff coloured nylon webbing frog. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 263
£325.00

British L1A3 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 261 - BAYO 261
British L1A3 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 261 This is a British L1A3 bayonet and scabbard with parts made at Enfield and BSA. The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. This bayonet had the pommel brazed or heat shrunk onto the tang and was only produced in Britain. The bayonet has a blackened pommel with the early waisted cross guard and long fuller . The blade and pommel blade and pommel carry the BSA code, the blade having B60 denoting manufacture in 1960 and the pommel AB with the broad arrow. The grips have been replaced at Enfield during its life, one carrying the D62 mark and the other D65. Both grips the designation L1A3 and the NATO stores number 9600257. The parkerised blade is single edged with long fuller. The bayonet is contained in its No 5 Mk II scabbard with a brass mouthpiece. The frog is the standard nylon pattern. See Skennerton, British & Commonwealth Bayonet Book, pages 260-262 item B322. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 261
£175.00
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