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**SOLD**SOLD**21/3**WW1, 1914 Dated, Enfield Made 1907 Pattern Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 336 - BAYO 336
This is a nice 1907 pattern bayonet manufactured by Enfield in October 1914. Enfield produced only 500,000 bayonets compared to the 5,000,000 produced during WW1. The blade is stamped with the Kings crown over 1907 over 10 14 (October 1914 date) over EFD (Enfield). The other side of the blade has various issue and acceptance stamps. The brown leather scabbard is the standard No. 1 mark II with a teardrop frog stud. The rear of the scabbard is stamped Co 1915 and another decipherable stamp. The scabbard is the standard No. 1 mk II with a teardrop frog stud and is complete with its original khaki cloth frog. See Skennerton; item BG 235, pages 187 – 195. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 336

WW1 1917 Dated Wilkinson 1907 Pattern Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 337 - BAYO 337
This is a WW1 production P1907 bayonet by Wilkinson. The blade carries the Kings crown over G.R. over 1907 followed by 9 17 (September 1917) and Wilkinson. The other side of the blade carries the broad arrow and several inspection stamps.. The wooden grips are wood held by 2 screw bolts. The scabbard is a No1 mkII with an oval frog stud. The leather of the scabbard carries a W.D. arrow, an inspectors mark and another mark underneath. The scabbard is also stamped with a W and H.G.R.19 (Hepburn, Gale and Ross Ltd of Bermondsey, London, S.E1). The scabbard is complete with an original cloth frog. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 337

WW1 Imperial German M84/98 Sawback Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog By Gebr Heller. BAYO 338 - BAYO 338
This is a scarce WW1 Imperial German M84/98 pattern bayonet with a sawback. During WW1, due to public indignation after the Germans were accused of barbarity, most of these bayonets had the sawback removed. The blade carries the trademark of Gebr. Heller of Marienthal on one side and the crown over Erfurt (Arsenal) on the other. The rudimentary muzzle ring is stamped with an R and the pommel carries a feint inspection stamp. The scabbard and frog and are the standard WW1 pattern for this bayonet. See White & Watts item no 286 pages 115 & 129. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 338

WW2 German (1943 Dated) K98 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog With Matching Numbers. BAYO 339 - BAYO 339
This is a nice WW2 (1943 dated) German K98 bayonet, scabbard and leather frog with matching numbers of 8257. The bayonet is stamped with the number 8257 on the blade and the scabbard throat. The blade carries the makers code 43 CVL (the wartime code for W.K.C. [Weyersberg, Kirchbaum & Co., Solingen] made in 1943). This is a nice WW2 batching numbers set with wood grips by a good maker. See White and Watts, item 295 on pages 115 and 132. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 339

WW1 1917 Dated Imperial German M84/98 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog By Gottlieb Hammerfahr, Solingin-Foche. BAYO 340 - BAYO 340
This is a WW1 Imperial German M84/98 pattern bayonet. The blade carries the name Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingin-Foche with their pyramid trademark on one side and the other side is stamped with the running horse over Bavaria. The spine is stamped W 17 (1917 manufacturing date) The pommel also carries an inspection stamp. This is an unusual combination showing marks showing both Bavarian and Prussian influence. See White & Watts item no 283 pages 115 & 128. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 340 £195

Turkish Model 1890 Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 241 -
This is a Turkish model 1890 bayonet and scabbard for the German Mauser rifle with a hooked quillon supplied to the Turkish Army by Germany prior to WW1. The fullered blade is marked with the German maker in Arabic and the pommel carries the ‘toughra’ mark of Abdul Hamid II. The pommel also carries the crescent and stars on either side of pommel’s release stud. The guard also carries further Turkish marks on its side. The bayonet is contained in its original steel mounted leather scabbard with an oval frog stud. See; - An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin J. Brayley, pages 218 and 219. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 241 £175

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

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

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 26/02) Original, WW2 1st Pattern, Wilkinson, Fairbairn- Sykes FS Commando Fighting Knife With Double Etched Panels & 1st Pattern Scabbard. Sn 16006 - 16006
The 1st Pattern FS fighting knife was introduced in 1940 and were produced by Wilkinson Sword (see page 63 of The Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife & Other Commando Knives By Flook). This is an original WW2 1st pattern, FS dagger with original 1st pattern scabbard. The hilt is brass with original nickel finish & knurled grip with correct 2” oval wave cross guard. The ricasso is crisply marked by the manufacturer 'Wilkinson Sword London' & the reverse 'The FS Fighting Knife'. Its double edged dagger blade with medial ridge measures 167mm in length (blade lengths of these FS knives vary as they were hand ground). The blade has just staining consistent with age. It is complete with original 1st Pattern leather scabbard with nickel plated brass chape and integral belt loop with retaining strap. The correct ‘Newey’ press stud fastens securely. The centre section of the leather belt loop has a repair and as is common the chape has some dents but is totally secure. The price for this rare 1st Pattern FS fighting knife & scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 16006

EXTREMELY RARE, ONE OF ONLY 6000, Original, Pre WW2 Japanese NCO's 1st Pattern, Type 95 Katana With Solid Copper Hilt, Suya (Harp) & Tokyo Kokura Arsenal Marks & Scabbard. Sn 16059 - 16059
On September 16th 1935 a new sword was authorised for Japanese army NCo’s. 1st type sword hilts were made from solid unpainted copper, later variants had cast alloy painted hilts (see page 183 of Swords Of Imperial Japan 1868-1945 by Dawson). Only approx. 6,000 1st type copper hilt NCO swords were made before introduction of alloy hilt variants. This is an original extremely rare 1st type pre WW2 Japanese NCO's Katana with copper hilt and scabbard. The sword has the correct solid copper unpainted cast handle with lanyard ring hole, quality heavy blackened brass tsuba and scabbard retaining clip. It has an undamaged, fullered, 27 ½” blade which has just light staining consistent with age. The blade is numbered ‘2987’ (of 6000) on one side above the fuller together with inspection mark. The copper hilt is stamped with 1929-45 Kokura Arsenal mark, Suya sword shop (Harp) mark (see page 185 of Dawson’s book) and inspection mark. It is complete with its original period scabbard which has a single hanging ring. The scabbard’s finish has wear consistent with age and service use but no damage or dents. The throat of the scabbard is numbered ‘76876’. The price for this nicely marked extremely rare piece includes UK delivery. Sn 16059

SOLD...SOLD...SOLD... WW1 Era Swaine & Adeney Ltd London British Officers Brown Leather Covered Swagger Sword Stick. Sn 16060 - 16060
The firm of Swaine & Adeney was said to have been founded in London in 1750, but the earliest documentary evidence goes back to around 1760 when a saddler named John Ross set up a whip manufactory in London. His first-known factory was in Marylebone Street just to the north of Piccadilly. Among his customers were Prince Henry, Duke of Cumberland and George Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont. Ross's Marylebone Street premises were lost in a fire in July 1769, but by the following year he was trading at 238 Piccadilly on the south side of the street just a few doors away from the largest coaching inn, the White Bear, at No. 235. During the First World War, the firm produced a range of "War Equipment". In 1927 Swaine & Adeney bought out G. & J. Zair Ltd of Birmingham, the firm's biggest rivals in the field of whip-making. In February 1943, Swaine & Adeney on Piccadilly and Thomas Brigg & Sons, umbrella-makers, round the corner at 23 St James's Street decided to join forces. From 1943 until 1990 the company traded as Swaine, Adeney, Brigg & Sons Ltd. This is an excellent WW1 era British Officers brown leather covered wood Swagger Sword Stick & Scabbard by Swaine & Adeney Ltd London. It has a 13 ½” rapier blade that tapers to a pin sharp point. It measures 24 ¾” overall in its scabbard. The blade has etched and blued foliate decoration on one side and panel with manufacturer detail ‘Swaine & Adeney Ltd 185 Piccadily London W1’. The back of the blade at the ricasso is stamped ‘Forged In London’. The wood grip & scabbard are bound in brown leather. All leather and stitching are clean & intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16060

Ancient Hand Forged Blade (Early 17th Century) Japanese Tanto By Kane Kage With Smith Signed Tang & Scabbard With Ancient Blade (Pre 1600) Ko-Gatana Side Knife With Smith Signed Hand Forged Blade By Ise Nokami Yoshi Sada Saku . ED 2411 - ED 2411
This is a quality Japanese Tanto with an ancient early 17th Century blade. The cutting edge of the blade measures 11” length and has well defined tempered hamon line, suguha with nie crystals along edge (some small grain opening with age, hada looks itame, in mint condition. There are no nicks or damage to the cutting edge. It measures 17 ¼” overall length. The Tang is signed on one side by the sword smith ‘Kane Kage’ ( (quite a big school of smiths working from 1st generation through to the early 17th century). Its handle has Shagreen and cord binding covering brass menuki. The hilt ferrule and C1800 iron tsuba have gold inlay decoration. The weapon is complete with its attractive wood scabbard with polished fish skin covering. The scabbard is undamaged and fitted with brown cord. The throat has an inset which holds a small Ko-Gatana side knife with 4 ¾” ancient steel blade, soft metal handle decorated with village scene. The blade is smith signed ‘Ise Nokami Yoshi Sada Saku’ (pre 1600 Mino Den school). The price for this quality Japanese piece with ancient blades worthy of further research includes UK delivery. ED 2411
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