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*Rare* Dutch Geweer M. 95/M1895 Mannlicher Infantry Bayonet and Scabbard Marked A.C.S. (Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen). 20821:19. - 20821:19
A nice Dutch *M1895 Mannlicher (The Geweer M. 95, also known to collectors as the Dutch Mannlicher, was the service rifle of the armed forces of the Netherlands between 1895 and 1940 which replaced the obsolete Beaumont-Vitali M1871/88. At first it was produced by Steyr for the Dutch, but after 1904, production took place under license at a Dutch state weapon factory in Zaandam known by the name of close by Hembrug bridge. Although often regarded as being based on the earlier Mannlicher 1893 Model, the rifle is in fact a modification of the Mannlicher rifle by August Schriever and the Dutch rifle commission. The Dutch issued about 470,000 M.95s.)Infantry bayonet, the blued steel partial cruciform blade is 35 ½ cm (47 ¾ overall), marked ‘A.C.S over scales’ (Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen) *re-purposed by the Germans*on one side, with inspection mark on the other side, unit mark on the crosspiece ‘2881 N’, the spring catch is working as it should. The riveted wood grips are solid with minor service wear marks as are the blued pommel and cross guard. The bayonet comes with its original brown leather scabbard and integral frog *hole to rear of belt hook*, which are in good condition *minor repair to lower stitching on rear* The frog is stamped ‘6509’ and ‘1919’ to the rear. The price for this rare bayonet includes UK delivery. 20821:19. (Box 1)

Belgian M1924 Mauser Sword Bayonet & Scabbard. 20821:17. - 20827:17
The M1924 Mauser rifle was widely exported and made with two bayonets with identical hilts but different blade lengths they were made to be exported with this highly successful rifle. These rifles were sold worldwide to Argentina to Yugoslavia with scores of countries in between. See pages 26 & 41 No 99 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’. Blade length; 38 ¾ cm (51 ½ cm overall) The wooden grips are solid with only minor service wear. The metalwork is black and retains the overall majority of its colour. The polished blade is in very good condition. The all steel scabbard has a teardrop frog and ball end cap. It has aged well and has only minor service wear. The price includes UK delivery. 20827:17. (Box 1)

WWI German M88/98 All Steel Construction Ersatz Bayonet & Steel Scabbard. 20821:16. - 20821:16
A WWI German M88/98 Ersatz bayonet and steel scabbard (see item 338, page 153 of The Bayonet Book By Watts & White). The all steel construction bayonet has a polished steel single edged blade with sharpened back edge point & central fuller. The blade measures 12.25” in length. It has a steel one piece cross guard with open muzzle ring. The spine of the blade has a small inspection mark ‘Crown over D’?. The steel pressed steel grip has an oil hole near to the cross guard. It has a push button bayonet release which works correctly. The grip retains original brown paint. It is complete with its steel scabbard which has a tear drop frog stud. The scabbard has no visible dents or markings. The price includes UK delivery. 20821:16. (Box 1)

WWI Austrian M1895 Mannlicher Bayonet and Scabbard. 20821:15. - 20821:15
In 1895 Austria adopted another Mannlicher rifle, and with this firearm a new bayonet. This is of smaller dimensions to the M1888, but the new bayonets most notable feature is that the blade edge faces towards the muzzle ring. This is a nice other ranks M1895 Mannlicher bayonet. The blade is marked with the double headed Imperial eagle denoting use by the Imperial forces and not for export. The blade is 9 ¾” in length and has rounded fullers *note that the blade faces towards the muzzle ring. The cross guard is secured by 2 rivets, the grips are wood secured by domed rivets and the pommel is steel. The scabbard is steel with a brazed frog stud. See Martin J.Brayley An illustrated history of bayonets centre example on page 31. The price includes U.K. delivery. 20821:15. (Box 1)

Portugese M1885 Guedes & M1886 Kropatschek Rifle Bayonet and Scabbard. 20821:14. - 20821:14
A Portugese bayonet and scabbard for the M1885 Guedes (The Guedes 8 x 60R mm calibre rifle was the last military single shot rifle based on the falling block design which was made obsolete soon after its adoption by the introduction of bolt action repeating rifles. The rifles were produced by Steyr, Austria, on contract for the Portuguese military but were soon replaced by bolt action designs. ) and the M1886 Kropatschek rifle (A Kropatschek is any variant of a rifle designed by Alfred von Kropatschek. Kropatschek's rifles used a tubular magazine (constructed of nickel-plated steel) of his design, of the same type used in the Japanese Murata Type 22 and the German Mauser Gewehr 1871/84) with Austrian CE over WG on the ricasso and ’73’ on the spine. See page 243 of Watt & Whites ‘The bayonet Book’ No 543. Blade length; 47 cm (60 cm overall). The wooden grips are in excellent condition and are held by two pins. The fullered blade is in good condition with only minor signs of age related wear. The metal scabbard is ball tipped, has a frog stud and is in good condition with an aged patina. The price includes UK delivery. 20821:14. (Box 1)

Italian Model 1891 Carcano Bayonet and Fluted Scabbard Manufactured by TERNI. 20821:13. - 20821:13
The hilt has a straight cross guard, stamped B 452, 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 maker’s marked ‘TERNI ‘ (Fabbrica D'Armi Di Terni) 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 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. 20821:13. (Box 1)

WWII Dated Turkish M1935 Bayonet Scabbard and Leather Frog. 20821:12. - 20821:12
This is a standard pattern M1935 bayonet. This could have been newly made, but countless variants exist made up from a number of older Turkish and foreign weapons. This bayonet was probably not produced before 1938. Whilst generally the designation of the 1935 bayonet has been retained in this work it is believed that the Turks actually only began streamlining their vast array of rifle bayonet types reworking them to a ‘standard’ (1903-style rifles and 250mm bayonet blades) in 1938. See pages 219 & 221 of An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin J. Brayley. The blade is 25 cm long (38 cm overall). The pommel has ‘2133’ stamped to one side and the ricasso has ‘44’ (1944) and Turkish lettering to one side. The flashguard has a number of inspection stamps. The metal scabbard frog stud has the number ‘60056’ imprinted to it. The leather frog is made from thick brown leather and has an integrated belt loop which is in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. 20821:12. (Box 1)

U.S.S.R Avtomat Type II Bayonet and Wire Cutter Bayonet for the AKM Rifle. 20821:11. - 20821:11
The improved AKM Type II bayonet was introduced in 1965 and brought with it two significant changes. A squared-off steel pommel was added, to address the fragile nature of the Type I's bulbous plastic pommel. Revolutionary as it was, the Type I design couldn't change soldiers, who seem naturally inclined to use the pommel as a hammer. The second major change was a new scabbard. Advances in plastics technology had reached the point where the scabbard body could be made of moulded plastic, with only a metal end for the wire cutter. This eliminated the need for a rubber insulator, as the plastic scabbard body was non-conductive. The blade is identical to the Dragunov bayonet, but with black composite grips *none stock number on grip - 357556. See page 448 No 958 of The Bayonet Book by Watts & White. The blade is very good and the grips are solid. The belt straps are in good order, the stitching and metalwork are undamaged *wear to the hilt strap-see images. The price includes UK delivery. 20821:11. (Box 1)

Spanish M1969 Bayonet for the Model B Cetme 7.62 mm Assault Rifle and Scabbard. 20821.10. - 20821:10
This is a bayonet for the Spanish made Model B Cetme 7.62 mm calibre assault rifle, it comes with its plastic scabbard with integral webbing frog. The Model B Cetme 7.62 MM is a Spanish NATO assault rifle developed in 1970s at the state-owned small arms research and development establishment CETME (Centro de Estudios Técnicos de Materiales Especiales) located in Madrid. The Model B was the first production model. It had a perforated steel handguard and chambered for the 7.62×51mm CETME round. The 7.62 mm CETME differed from the standard 7.62mm NATO round by having a lighter-weight bullet and a smaller propellant charge. The parts for the Model B are for most part interchangeable with the later Model C rifles. The Spanish Army adopted a variant of the Model B re-chambered for the more powerful 7.62×51mm NATO round. The Model B could be converted to fire the 7.62mm NATO round if the bolt group and return spring were replaced with that of the Model C. These modified rifles were known as Model 58-64-C and by 1971 all the Spanish CETME B rifles had been upgraded. The black plastic chequered grip is in good condition and the spring catch works as it should. The ricasso is stamped; ET 83499B to one side and the manufacturers stamp to the other. The bayonet does not have the usual groove in the back of the pommel, instead it has a recess approximately 5” deep in the pommel. It has an olive coloured plastic scabbard with blackened steel around the throat and a khaki coloured integral frog and lanyard. The plastic scabbard is showing signs of service wear and the webbing frog is in good order. The stitching and clips all work as they should. See pages 246 & 253 No 569 of The Bayonet Book by Watts & White. The price includes UK delivery. 20821:10. (Box 1)

*Scarce* British ‘P1888’ MkI 2nd Type Bayonet and Scabbard by R.Mole of Birmingham. 20821:9. - 20821:9
This is a very nice MkI 2nd type ‘P1888’ bayonet with the two brass rivets and an oil hole through the grip. The blade is marked with a Broad Arrow above WD, a crown over B 35 over bend test mark to one side and the other side carries ‘MOLE’ (R. Mole; maker Birmingham - (Mole being the producer of the lowest number of bayonets produced) 9 /92 (manufacture September 1892) and a number of inspection marks *see images. The pommel carries the number 58. The wooden slab grips with two brass rivets and oil hole are in very nice condition. The scabbard is a standard MkI with steel mounts and leather body. The leather, stitching and metalwork are all in very good order. See The Bayonet Book by Watts & White pages 321 & 387 No 802. The price for this rare manufacturer bayonet includes UK delivery. 20821:9. (Box 3).
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