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Italian M1891 Carcano Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 521 - BAYO 521
This is the standard Carcano rifle bayonet of the period. The bayonet has a 11.8 inch fullered blade with a steel crossguard consisting of a 12.5mm muzzle ring with a ball finial on the other end. The pommel has a coiled spring press catch and the grips are made of wood. The blade is marked BRESCIA and the crossguard caries the number A 18445. The scabbard is made of brass mounted leather. These bayonets were used with the 6.5mm Mannlicher Carcano rifle in both world wars. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 521
£175.00

American P17 Bayonet, By Remington Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 520 - BAYO 520
This is an American made and issued Pattern 1917 bayonet for the U.S. P17 rifle. This bayonet was acquired from the U.S.A. and used by various auxiliary forces in Britain during WW2. The ricasso caries the date 1917 and REMINGTON within a circle. The other side of the blade has the flaming grenade over U.S with an eagle acceptance mark and inspectors number. The scabbard is the original American issue with belt loop attachment which has had a British leather frog fitted for Home Guard use. These bayonets are interchangeable with the Pattern 1913 bayonet already in use and therefore presented no spares or supplies issue. See Skennerton item B289 on page 236. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 520
£145.00

British 1888 Mark II. Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 519 - BAYO 519
This is a 1888 Mark II pattern bayonet manufactured by Sanderson. The ricasso of the blade is marked SANDERSON SHEFFIELD 11 01 (November 1901) and Crown ER (Edward Regina). The other side carries a broad arrow and an Enfield inspection stamp. Sanderson and Mole only produced small quantities of this bayonet, followed by Wilkinson who produced only 108,000. The mark II version was only produced between 1899 and 1903 with Enfield making the majority. The scabbard is the mk I in black leather with steel chape and top mount. There appears to be a contemporary ‘ANTWERP 1914’ cut into the front leather of the scabbard. See Skennerton pages 170 – 173, item B215. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 519
£275.00

Australian Korean War Period (1952 Dated) Mark 1 Owen Machine Gun Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 518 - BAYO 518
This is a very early Owen machine gun bayonet newly made at Lithgow on 1952. Skennerton states that production did not start at Lithgow until 1953. The blade carries a broad arrow over ’52 and an O over a broad arrow and I on the other side with X MA on the other. (MA is the Lithgow mark). The blade is 10 inches long with a 5 inch fuller and is heavily blued. The grips are made of wood and are stamped SLAZ 51. The scabbard is a shortened Mk1 and has a feint MANGROVITE stamped into the rear next to the seam. The frog is a standard ’37 webbing pattern version. This is a very nice Korean War period Owen sub machine gun bayonet in virtually mint condition. See Skennerton item A13 on pages 278 and 279. Price for includes UK delivery. BAYO 518
£275.00

British 1913 Pattern Mark 1Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 517 - BAYO 514
This is a 1913 Pattern Mark 1 bayonet which was introduced into British service on the 21st June 1916 along with its parent rifle, the pattern 1914. Vickers were originally contracted to supply both the P 1914 rifle and the P1913 bayonet but failed to meet their commitment. Contracts were then arranged with Winchester and Remington in the U.S.A. to produce both the rifle and bayonet. Although early trials rifles and bayonets were originally in .276” calibre the outbreak of WW1 ensured that the P1914 rifle was made in .303 calibre. This example is marked on the ricasso with 1913ss over 2 17 (February 1917) and Remington within a circle. The other side carries a British broad arrow over an 2 British inspection stamps. This example has the two vertical grooves scored into them to differentiate the bayonet from the 1907 pattern. The scabbard is the standard No1 Mk1 with a tear drop frog stud. See Skennerton item B239 on pages 188 – 195. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 514
£175.00

Imperial German WW1 1915 Dated Old Pattern Model 1898/05aA (aA alter Art) Sawback Bayonet Complete With Steel Scabbard. BAYO 516 - BAYO 516
This is a 1915 dated 1898/05aA ‘butcher’ bayonet with no flash guard and extended muzzle ring ‘ears’. The old pattern bayonets were issued without flash guards but early on in the war it was found that the muzzle flash from the K98 rifle was causing the wooden grips to char or even be blown off. It was then decided to fit a steel flash guard along the top edge of the hilt. This example pre-dates the fitting of this flash guard and also as the longer ears or extensions of the crossguard. The blade carries the Simson and Co. Suhl trademark and the spine carries a crowned W over 15. Most of Simpson and Co’s production took place in 1915 as they then concentrated on the production of rifles as did Haenel and Schilling. See German Bayonets, The Models 98/02 and 98/05 by Anthony Carter, pages 86 and 87. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 516
£195.00

WW2, 1943 Dated India Pattern No 1 MK.II Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 515 - BAYO 515
This is a WW2, 1943 dated Indian Pattern No. 1, MK II bayonet and leather scabbard. This is a newly made and not a converted 1907 bayonet. The bayonet is marked on the blade with a crown over G.R.I. followed by MK II 4 43 (April 1943) and R.F.I. (Rifle Factory Ishapore). The other side of the blade has various inspection stamps. The blade is 11.9 inches long, is unfullered and has no false edge. The bayonet has slab wood grips which are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the correct release button which operates smoothly and it has a clearance hole. The bayonet is in its original No1 MkI leather scabbard with steel mounts and a round frog stud. The frog is the pattern ’37 webbing one. See Skennerton, item 153 on pages 346 - 352. The price includes UK Delivery. BAYO 515
£195.00

British 1913 Pattern Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 514 - BAYO 514
This is a 1913 Pattern bayonet which was introduced into British service on the 21 st June 1916 along with its parent rifle, the pattern 1914. Vickers were originally contracted to supply both the P 1914 rifle and the P1913 bayonet but failed to meet their commitment. Contracts were then arranged with Winchester and Remington in the U.S.A. to produce both the rifle and bayonet. This example is marked on the blade with 1913 over 7 17 (July 1917 date) and Remington within a circle. The other side carries a British broad arrow over an inspection stamp. Although the rifles were never front line issue, they were used for training and became synonymous with the Home Guard in W.W.2. This example has the two vertical grooves scored into them to differentiate the bayonet from the 1907 pattern. The grips are impressed with the name J. PREESCOT impressed into them in three places and this is presumably the Home Guard man it was issued to. The scabbard is the standard No1 Mk1 with a tear drop frog stud with a pattern 37 webbing frog. See Skennerton item B239 on pages 192 – 194. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 514
£175.00

WW2 India Pattern No1 MkIII* Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 513 - BAYO 513
This is a nice and crisply marked No1 MkIII* India pattern bayonet. The blade carries the crown over GRI and MKII over 13 44 (December 1944 date) and R.F.I.. This bayonet was therefore made at the Rifle Factory Ishapore in December 1944. The bayonet has the squared pommel and parallel tang and grips which was a feature of these later bayonets, done in order to; save on machining time. The bayonet has an 11.9 inch blade with a false edge to the tip and carried several inspectors stamps. Many of these bayonets are marked on the blade as MK II when in fact the official designation was No 1 MK III*. The bayonet is contained in its original long No1 MKI scabbard with a tear drop frog stud. The frog is a P ’37 webbing version. See Skennerton item 156 on pages 346 – 356, in particular his comments of page 350 for items 155 and 156. This is a nice India pattern variation bayonet. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 513
£195.00

India Pattern Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 512 - BAYO 512
This is an Indian conversion of an original pattern 1907 bayonet by shortening the blade and giving it a false edge at the tip. The fuller runs through to the tip and many of these were converted during the war before the later un-fullered blade versions were introduced. Skennerton shows a similar one as item 152 on page 348. However, many were converted in the 1950s and this is likely to be one of these as the false edge has more of a pronounced bowie shape. There are feint markings on the blade but all the metal parts have been polished or chromed, possibly for parade use. The scabbard is a shortened P 1907 version and the frog is a Pattern ’37 webbing one which is dated 1942. This is an interesting variation for the India pattern bayonet collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 512
£225.00
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