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British 1856/58 Yatahgan Sword Bayonet Scabbard & original Buff issue Frog. BAYO 357. - BAYO 357
This is a good example of the 1856/58 sword bayonet. From 1858 the use of more machinery enabled closer tolerances to make bayonets and in doing so made the bayonets interchangeable instead of bayonets being individually fitted to a particular rifle. This bayonet has a slightly longer leaf spring for the locking bolt and was secured by a screw and not as previously with a rivet on the P 1856 bayonet. The bayonet is 71 ½ cm long with a blade length of 58 ¼ cm. The blade has minor signs of age related wear. The grips are made of chequered black leather held by steel pins. The scabbard is made of black double stitched leather with steel top mount and chape.. (See Skennerton page 114-115- B151) The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 357. (Bucket)
£325.00

WWII Dated Australian 1907 Pattern Bayonet by Mangrovite Arsenal with Matching Scabbard. BAYO 356. - BAYO 356
An Australian 1907 Pattern bayonet with Mangrovite marked blade and later style No. 1 scabbard also marked ‘MA’. In around 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. 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 ‘MA’ and on the other side with "1907 6 42" (June 1942). The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight waisted cross guard. The slab wood grips are both intact 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. BAYO 356. (07 Box 2)
£275.00

Nazi M98 Dress Bayonet by Anton Wingen Jr, Solingen & Scabbard. BAYO 355. - BAYO 335
An early Nazi M98 dress bayonet and scabbard. The dress sidearm for military and civilian uniformed formations was designated the M98 Dress Bayonet. This bayonet represented a stylised form of the S. 84/98 bayonet purchased by the individual for wear with the walkout dress uniform and was worn by the mainly non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel. This early dress bayonet has a rifle mortise and push button release. This is the long version with a 9 ¾ “blade which carries the makers logo of Anton Wingen Jr, Solingen. The polished steel blade is in very nice condition. The grips are chequered and secured with two screw bolts. It has a metal scabbard with leather frog with integrated belt loop. The metalwork and leather are in good condition, the number 7087 is stamped to the scabbard along with a Waffenamt stamp to the finial. (see 'German Clamshells' book pages 15-16 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 355. (Box 1)
£225.00

WWII Dated Australian 1907 Pattern Bayonet and No1 Scabbard. BAYO 354. - BAYO 354
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. 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 ‘MA’ Mangrovite Arsenal "1907 9’ 42" (September 1942) to one side and a bending mark, Broad Arrow and ‘OA’ Orange Arsenal’ to the other. The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight wasted cross guard and the slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is marked ‘C 75708’ and 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 ‘MA’ Mangrovite Arsenal. (See page 276-277, item A10 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 354. (07 Box 2)
£245.00

*Scarce* WWI German Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser 'Butcher Knife' Bayonet by Mauser A.G. Oberndorf Complete with Steel Scabbard. BAYO 353. - BAYO 353
This is a scarce version of the S98/05 saw back ‘Seitengewehr’ bayonet, made by Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf a.n. and is marked to the blade with their name 8age related staining to the blade*. The‘Seitengewehr’ was issued to NCO’s of the foot artillery and it also replaced the 98/02 bayonet used by the Pioneers. The spine carries the crown over W 16 (1916 date of manufacture). The wooden grips are held with two pins and are very good order. These saw back versions are not common as they were made in smaller numbers initially, and most had their saw backs removed after Britain condemned them as barbarous. The scabbard is the steel version with frog stud and ball finial. This bayonet is in good condition. See pages 114 and 124 item No 270 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’ for similar. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 353. (Box 1)
£375.00

*U.S. Winchester Model ‘1917’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 352. - BAYO 352
This is a nice clean ‘P1917’ bayonet made in ‘WWII’ for the ‘P17 30-06’ rifle. It can be differentiated from the ‘P13’ which it resembles by the markings on the blade. This example is marked to the blade with ‘1917’ over a ‘W’ in a circle, meaning manufacture by ‘Winchester’ and consequently a scarcer model, as ‘Winchester’ only made 500,000, compared to ‘Remington’ who made over 2 million. The other side of the blade carries the flaming grenade over ‘U,S’ and bending mark. The grips are wooden with two grooves cut across them which is where it resembles the ‘P13’ and was interchangeable with the ‘P13’ except for the ‘P17’ rifle being 30.06 instead of the British .303. The scabbard is good with leather, metalwork and stitching in good order *see images* is the standard American ‘P17’ version. These bayonets were often issued to the Home guard in ‘WWII’. See ‘Skennerton’ item B289 page 236. A scarce piece, for the collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 352. (US Bayonets Box 1))
£225.00

*U.S. Model ‘1917’ Remington Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 351. - BAYO 351
This is a nice clean ‘P1917’ bayonet made in ‘WWII’ for the ‘P17 30-06’ rifle. It can be differentiated from the ‘P13’ which it resembles by the markings on the blade. This example is marked to the blade with ‘1917’ over Remington in a circle, meaning manufacture by ‘Remington’ (founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington (as E. Remington and Sons) in Ilion, New York, it was one of the oldest gun makers in the US and claimed to be the oldest factory in the US that still made its original product) who made over 2 million bayonets. The other side of the blade carries the flaming grenade and eagles head over ‘U, S’. and inspection marks. The grips are wooden *with age related marks* with two grooves cut across them which is where it resembles the ‘P13’ and was interchangeable with the ‘P13’ except for the ‘P17’ rifle being 30.06 instead of the British .303. The scabbard which is solid with stitching intact is the standard American ‘P17’ version with belt hooks attached. These bayonets were often issued to the Home guard in WWII. See ‘Skennerton’ item B289 page 236. A scarce piece, for the collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 351. (U.S. Box 1)
£295.00

Rare Vickers 1918 07 Sword Bayonet by Vickers with MkII Leather Scabbard. BAYO 350. - BAYO 350
The quillon of the P1907 Mark I was subsequently found to be unnecessary, and on the 29th October 1913, List of changes 16755, it is recorded that a P1907 sword bayonet without the hook on the crosspiece had been sealed to govern future manufacture. In December 1915 it was suggested at official level that a hole be bored through the pommel of the P1907 bayonet to pass directly through the bottom of the locking slot. The function of this hole was to release dirt which accumulated in the groove, allowing the bayonet to be locked on to the rifle. Early in 1916 the committee dealing with this matter approved of the change and asked that the decision be brought to the notice of General Headquarters in France in case it is desired to take steps locally to effect this alteration to bayonets now in service. The blade length is 17” with the overall length being 21.75”. The blade is marked; 1907 – 2’ 18 (February 1918) VICKERS (In 1911 the company name was changed to Vickers Ltd and expanded its operations into aircraft manufacture by the formation of Vickers Ltd (Aviation Department) and a Vickers School of Flying was opened at Brooklands, Surrey on 20 January 1912. In 1919, the British Westinghouse electrical company was taken over as the Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company; Metrovick. At the same time they came into Metropolitan's railway interests) to one side and with the Broad Arrow, bending mark and other inspection marks *see images*. The pommel has the hole and the wooden grips are in very nice condition with crown over GR stamped to them. The MkII thick leather scabbard is in very good condition with all metalwork, leather and stitching in good order. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 350. (07 Box 2)
£375.00

Italian Model 1891 Carcano Bayonet Fluted Scabbard and Leather Frog. BAYO 345. - BAYO 345
The hilt has a straight cross guard, stamped ‘V.G 9786’ to one side and ‘RP’ within an oval to the other. With a muzzle ring diameter of 12.5 mm and plain wooden grips which are showing minor signs of service wear are held to the tang by two screw bolts. The pommel has a small T section slot and a spring loaded button release catch. The single edged blade has a maker’s mark (illegible) on the ricasso and has a single fuller to each side to within 75 mm of the double edge spear point. The fluted leather scabbard and leather frog with integrated belt loop is stamped ‘A.R.E.T. 1931’ has a brass chape and locket which are all in good condition with all of the stitching intact. Overall length; 414mm, blade length; 298mm. See page 194 No 431 of Watts & Whites ‘The Bayonet Book’ for similar. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 345. (Box 1)
£295.00

WWI Modified Canadian Ross Mk II Bayonet and Scabbard BAYO 344. - BAYO 344
This is a nice Mk II Ross bayonet with a modified blade profile. This modification was authorised in October 1915 to give better penetration over the more rounded original blade shape tip. The pommel carries the Canadian Government ownership mark of an arrow within a Capital C, the Ross factory inspection mark of a crown over 4 and the date of manufacture 11 over 7/15 (July 1915 date). The other side carries Ross Rifle Co. Quebec Patented 1907. Both of the grips carry the Ross factory inspection mark. The spine of the tang also carries 2 Ross factory inspection stamps. The scabbard is the Mk II version with a wider belt loop and internal locket and chape and carries the Canadian Government ownership mark of an arrow within a Capital C. See British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton & Richardson item C7 on pages 300-304.The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 344. (Box 1)
£265.00
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