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Danish HTK M62 Bayonet, Scabbard & Intergral Frog. ED 2383 - ED 2383
A Danish HTK M62 bayonet, scabbard and integral frog with belt loop and wire belt hooks. This was an American style M5A1 bayonet but newly made for the Danish Army and used as a trench knife. It is in it's correct scabbard with British 37 Pattern belt hooks added to the webbing frog. The bayonet has a steel pommel. It has black plastic diamond grips secured with two screw bolts. The grips incorporate a thumb push next to the cross guard which releases the bayonet. This operates smoothly and as it should. The cross guard is straight and has a locating pin attached to it. The blade is Parkerised and measures 6 1/4" long. The body of the scabbard is wood grain effect and the throat is marked with the Danish Crown over HTK (Haerens Tekniske Korps- Army Technical Corps). This is a scarce bayonet. (see pages 57 & 58 of 'An Illustrated History Of Bayonets' by Martin Brayley). The price includes Uk delivery. ED 2383
195.00

Indian 1907 Pattern, Sanderson Bayonet Dated 1917 with Sharpened Tip (False Edge) and Scabbard. Sn 10880:40 - 10880:40
An Indian 1907 Pattern, Sanderson bayonet dated August 1917 with sharpened tip (False Edge) and leather scabbard. This bayonet has been re-issued in WW2. As in Australia and Britain, India adopted a modification for sharpening of some No I bayonets (in 1926 the Patt.1907 bayonet nomenclature was changed, in line with Britain). The form of the false edge is different to the British and Australian models, although it is likely that a variety of grinding styles may be encountered in the Indian False Edge. The bayonet has a blackened 17" blade with fullers. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks and on the other side with "1907 8 7". The blade is in excellent condition. It has a false edge. The bayonet has a straight 'waisted' crossguard. The slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the push button release, which operates smoothly and clearance hole. The scabbard has a tear drop frog stud and has a metal chape and locket. It is leather and in good condition. (see page 347, item 150 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:40
225.00

A British Trials Pattern FN FAL X2E1 Bayonet & X1E1 Scabbard Made In Belgium. Sn 10880:38 - 10880:38
A rare British trials pattern X2 E1 bayonet and scabbard. This is the Belgium F.N. bayonet and usually carries both the X2 E1 designation and a serial number matching the rifle. However, a small number are known with just the X2 E1 mark and this is one of those. The bayonet is for a NATO 7.62mm FAL Rifle in particular the X8E1, Type A 1953-61. The bayonet has the F.N. 'elastique' design pommel and catch and has two flash hider prongs, 1.6" long projecting forward of the muzzle ring. It measures 12 3/4" overall. It has dark wood smooth grips secured with screw bolts. It is stamped on the tang edge between the grips with 'X2 E1' . The double edged blade is polished steel and measures 8" long. The scabbard is metal, painted black and on the throat it is stamped 'X1 E1' (See Page 256/7 of British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton). Price for this rare trials bayonet with scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:38
495.00

Indian Pattern No 1 MK I* Siamese Contract 1907 Bayonet Supplied in 1920 By BSA. Sn 10880:37 - 10880:37
Indian Pattern No 1 MK I* Siamese contract 1907 bayonet supplied in 1920 by BSA. A total of 10,000 rifles and bayonets were issued and the bayonets were merely ex-service model re-finished and marked with the Siamese 'Wild Tiger' Corps Emblem. (see page 349 item 154 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets' book). This was later converted by the Rifle Factory Ishapore (R.F.I.) by shortening the blade and grinding a false edge tip. This bayonet was then re-issued in 1963 for drill purposes. The bayonet has a fullered 12" long blade. It has slab grips secured by two screw bolts which have a white painted band around them. The pommel has a push button release and clearance hole, it has "L3" stamped into it on one side. The crossguard is straight. The ricasso is stamped on one side with "DP63" (Drill Purposes) and with The Siamese 'Wild Tiger' Corps Emblem and "MKI ** RFI" on the other. The bayonet has no scabbard but it is still an interesting piece. The price includes UK delivery. 10880:37
145.00

Indian Pattern No 1 MK III* Bayonet with unfullered blade, Complete with Original No1 Shortened Scabbard. Sn 10880:36 - 10880:36
An Indian Pattern No 1 MK III* bayonet with unfullered blade and complete with the original No1 shortened scabbard. This is the last stage of the Indian pattern bayonets in 1944. The bayonet has a unfullered blade with false edge tip (see page 350, bottom picture in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets' book). The bayonet has an unfullered 12" long blade which is blackened. It has parallel sided slab grips secured by two screw bolts. The pommel has square sides, a push button release and clearance hole. The crossguard is straight. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks on one side and with "II* N.W.R. 44" on the other (North West Railways) but has the parallel sided grips and square pommel of the MK III*. The No 1 shortened scabbard is leather with metal chape and locket. The scabbard has a large round frog button and three rivets above. The price includes UK delivery. 10880:36
195.00

Indian Pattern No 1 MK II* Bayonet with unfullered blade, complete with Original No1 Shortened Scabbard. Sn 10880:35 - 10880:35
An Indian Pattern No 1 MK II* bayonet with unfullered blade and complete with the original No1 shortened scabbard. This is a newly made bayonet by R.F.I. (Rifle Factory in Ishapore) in December 1942 which has a shorter unfullered blade and is not a conversion. (see page 349 item 154 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets' book). The bayonet has an unfullered 12" long blade which is blackened. It has slab grips secured by two screw bolts which have a white painted band around them. The pommel has a push button release and clearance hole, it has "68" stamped into it on one side. The crossguard is straight. The ricasso is stamped on one side with inspection marks on one side and with the Crown above "G.R.I. MK I* 12 42 R.F.I.". The No 1 scabbard is leather with metal chape and locket, it has two white paint bands around it. The scabbard has a large round frog button and three rivets above. The price includes UK delivery. 10880:35
195.00

Australian Trials No 6 Bayonet with 17" Blade & 'SLAZ' Marked Grips, Complete with Scabbard. Sn 10880:30 - 10880
An Australian Trials No 6 bayonet with 17" Blade, 'SLAZ' marked grips and later style No. 1 scabbard. About 1927, bayonet production ceased and was re commenced late in 1940. Ricasso markings from 1940 are different, including the inspector's marks. The bayonet shop was transferred from Lithgow to Orange in July 1942. The wood room, which made up rifle furniture as well as bayonet grips, was removed from Lithgow to the Slazenger Sports Goods factory in Sydney in 1941, and the mark "Slaz" on the grips indicates manufacture there. After Japans entry into the war in the Pacific, Australian bayonet development moved rapidly into newer, shorter and specialised patterns and so the long 1907 bayonets manufactured in WWII were short lived and consequently rare. These bayonets were made in early 1945 for use on the new Jungle carbine and were only made in small quantities. We believe this to be an excellent later copy and would be a useful gap filler in any British collection. The bayonet has a 17" blade with fullers. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks and on the other side with "1907 6." The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight waisted crossguard. The slab wood grips are both stamped "Slaz 44" and are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the push button release, which operates smoothly and clearance hole. The No 1 late scabbard has a large tear drop frog stud along with three rivets showing on the locket. It is leather and in good condition. (see page 286 & 287, item A26 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:30
275.00

Indian Pattern No 1 MK II Bayonet with unfullered blade, complete with Original Long Scabbard. Sn 10880:29 - 10880:29
An Indian Pattern No 1 MK II bayonet with unfullered blade and complete with the original long scabbard. This is a newly made bayonet by the Rifle factory in Ishapore in July 1942 which has a shorter unfullered blade and is not a conversion. (see page 347 item 153 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets' book). The bayonet has an unfullered 12" long blade which is polished. It has slab grips secured by two screw bolts. The pommel has a push button release and clearance hole. The crossguard is straight. The ricasso is stamped on one side with inspection marks on one side and with the Crown above "G.R.I. MK I* 42 R.F.I.". The scabbard is the long scabbard and is leather with metal chape and locket. The scabbard has a large round frog button and three rivets above. The price includes UK delivery. SN 10880:29
225.00

Indian Pattern No. 1 MK ** Bayonet With The Fuller Running to the Tip and 1942 Dated Leather Scabbard. Sn 10880:27 - 10880:27
An Indian Pattern No. 1, MK I** Bayonet and 1942 dated leather scabbard. This is a shortened conversion of an earlier bayonet with the fuller running to the tip and with an addition of a false edge. This bayonet was originally made in January 1941 and converted in 1956. The bayonet is in excellent condition. It has a blackened 12" blade which has a fuller to the tip and false edge. It is stamped on the ricasso with "MKI** G.R.I. 1907 R.F.I." and on the reverse with "FR X 56" (factory Repair 1956). It has slab wood grips which are secured with two screw bolts and both are stamped with inspection marks. The pommel has a release button which operates smoothly and it has a clearance hole. The leather scabbard has a metal locket and chape and it is stamped along the stitching with "1942" (see the photographs). (see page 348, item 152 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK Delivery. Sn 10880:27
225.00

Australian 1907 Pattern, 4th Pattern, Bayonet with 'SLAZ' Marked Grips and Scabbard. Sn 10880:26 - 10880:26
An Australian 1907 Pattern, 4th Pattern, bayonet with 'SLAZ' marked grips and later style No. 1 scabbard. About 1927, bayonet production ceased and was re commenced late in 1940. Ricasso markings from 1940 are different, including the inspector's marks. The bayonet shop was transferred from Lithgow to Orange in July 1942. The wood room, which made up rifle furniture as well as bayonet grips, was removed from Lithgow to the Slazenger Sports Goods factory in Sydney in 1941, and the mark "Slaz" on the grips indicates manufacture there. After Japans entry into the war in the Pacific, Australian bayonet development moved rapidly into newer, shorter and specialised patterns and so the long 1907 bayonets manufactured in WWII were short lived and consequently rare. The bayonet has a blackened 17" blade with fullers. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks and on the other side with "1907 4 42" (April 1942). The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight waisted crossguard. The slab wood grips are both stamped "Slaz" and are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the push button release, which operates smoothly and clearance hole. The No 1 late scabbard has a large frog stud along with three rivets showing on the locket. It is leather and in good condition and is stamped "Mangrovite 43 (1943). (see page 276 277, item A10 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:26
375.00
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