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*Scarce* 1909 Dated Canadian Ross Mark I, 1908 Patent, Bayonet with Stepped Back Muzzle Ring & Original Blade Tip, Complete With 1909 Dated Scabbard With Integral Frog. Sn 10880:25. - 10880:25
A WW1 Canadian Ross Mark I bayonet, for the Ross Rifle, complete with its scabbard and frog. The bayonet measures 14 3/4 inches overall and has a nice 10 inch blade. The bayonets wood slab grips are in good undamaged condition and are stamped with inspection marks and regimental number, "K 692". The grips are secured with two screw bolts. One side of the pommel bears the manufacturer's patent details ' Ross Rifle Co. Quebec, Patented 1907' the reverse is stamped '08' with the War Department 'Crows Foot' and '06/09' ( June 1909 date) with "08" and an inspection mark. The cross guard is straight with a stepped back muzzle ring and inside this is a recess which contains a split annular spring with three flattened surfaces. This acts against the muzzle and ring to provide a rattle free and positive fit. The bayonet is often referred to as the Pattern 1908 bayonet. Only 52,000 were made of the first pattern making this a scarce bayonet. The bayonet is complete with its beautifully patinated leather covered scabbard which has an integral leather frog with a large single belt loop. The scabbard is regimental stamped with "W 6 10 BH D 22" and date stamped adjacent to the stitching on the reverse with "1909". (See pages 300-303; item C4 in Skennerton's British & Commonwealth Bayonet Book). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:25.

*Exceptional* Spanish M1893 Sword Bayonet & Steel Mounted Leather Scabbard. BAYO 42. - BAYO 42
The Mauser Model 1893 is a bolt-action rifle commonly referred to as the Spanish Mauser, though the model was adopted by other countries in other calibers, most notably the Ottoman Empire. The M1893 was based on the experimental M1892 rifle, which Paul Mauser developed for the Spanish Army as part of a program to correct deficiencies in the earlier 1889, 1890, and 1891 series of Mauser rifles. A Spanish M1893 Sword bayonet and black leather scabbard for the 7mm Mauser short rifle. It has wooden chequered grips secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is steel and incorporates a push button release. The cross guard is steel stamped with the number ‘23’ and has a muzzle ring. The ricasso has traces of the correct markings of 'Artilleria FCA Nacional' on one side and a serial number "14827" on the other. It has a 15 ½ " long, polished steel single edge blade which is fullered. The black leather scabbard is steel mounted and in excellent condition with stitching and metalwork is in very good order. (See White & Watts 'The Bayonet Book' pages 245 & 252, item 564). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 42.

*Rare* Brazilian 1908 Pattern Bayonet & Brass Mounted Leather Scabbard. BAYO 40. - BAYO 40
A rare Brazilian 1908 Pattern bayonet and brass mounted leather scabbard. This is the bayonet for the new 7mm Rifle adopted by Brazil in 1908. It has a swept forward quillon and fullered blade. It has unmarked wooden slab grips secured with two steel rivets. The pommel is steel and has a push button release which works as it should. It has a clearing hole in the grips adjacent to the cross guard. There are no markings on the bayonet. The bayonet has a 11 ¾ " polished steel single edge blade. The stitching on the brass mounted leather scabbard is intact and has a number on the frog stud "e 745" (see 'An Illustrated History Of Bayonets' book by Martin J Brayley, Page 38) This is an uncommon and attractive bayonet. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 40.

Australian Owen MK I Bayonet Made at Lithgow In 1952 With Wooden Grips Marked SLAZ 52 & Leather Scabbard. Sn 10880:20. - 10880:20
An Australian Owen MK I bayonet made at Lithgow in 1952 with wooden grips marked "SLAZ 52" and complete with a leather scabbard. The bayonet has a Parkerised single edged blade which is fullered. The blade measures 10". The waisted cross guard is straight with a muzzle ring. The ricasso is stamped on one side with "X A52" and on the other side with the War department 'Crows Foot' and "53". The slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts and both are stamped with "SLAZ 52". The pommel has a cleaning hole and release push button which operates smoothly. The bayonet is complete with a leather scabbard with steel locket and chape which is in very good condition and is stamped with "OA". (see pages 279 item A13, in Skennerton's British & Commonwealth Bayonet Book). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10880:20.

AKM 74 NBV Bayonet and Scabbard with Matching Numbers. BAYO 83. - BAYO 83
Introduced in 1983, the AK74 bayonet improved upon the earlier AKM bayonets. Improvements in plastics technology enabled a return to the one-piece moulded plastic grip. This grip has a stippled non-slip surface, with concentric ridges that serve as finger grooves. The grip also incorporates a plastic version of the squared-off Type II pommel. The retention straps of the earlier bayonets were deemed to be unnecessary. The AK74 introduced a radical blade cross-section, that has a flat milled on one side near the edge and a corresponding flat milled on the opposite side near the false edge. The blade has a spear point and the usual hole for use as a wire-cutter. The scabbard is similar to the Type II scabbard.Russian made AKM 74 Bayonet for Bulgaria, called: Model AKM 74 NBV. The serial number: 8675 is printed on the crossguard. It has a saw-back blade with a wire cutter opening. Black plastic grip with three ribs, marked on the crossguard with a Bulgarian Arsenal mark of 10 in a double circle and 1-2 on the pommel. Crossguard with muzzle ring. MRD; 17,5 mm. With a matching black plastic scabbard marked 10 in a double circle and 1-2. White ink stamps 1 and 10. It has a wire cutter provision at the base. Marked 10 in a double circle marking. It has an undamaged black leather belt with retaining strap attached to the scabbard. The price includes UK delivery BAYO 83.

Norwegian 1894/M1 Krag Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. BAYO 275. - BAYO 275
A converted Norwegian 1894/M1 Krag bayonet made by converting the Krag 1894 bayonet, scabbard and frog. The bayonet was made by converting the Krag 1894 bayonet from the 1950's by welding a muzzle ring to the cross guard. This was done in the 1950's when Norway, like the Dutch and many other countries were being supplied by the U.S.A. The bayonet has a 8 1/2" long single edged blade which has inspection stamps at the ricasso. It has a stepped muzzle ring welded to the cross guard and also has a push button to release the bayonet from the scabbard, as can be seen in one of the photographs. It has smooth wood grips secured with one screw bolt. The scabbard is the correct scabbard for the bayonet and is steel, painted black. It has a catch to secure the bayonet. The green webbing frog is riveted to the top of the scabbard and is stitched to form a belt loop and it also has a wire belt clip in the US style. The bayonet, scabbard and frog are all in very good condition. (See 'An Illustrated History of Bayonets' Book by Martin Brayley, Page 176 and pages 230 & 238, Item 534 in White and Watts ‘The Bayonet Book’). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 275.

*Excellent Condition** WWI Dated German S98/05 u A Bayonet by ‘Carl Eickhorn-Solingen’ & Metal Scabbard. BAYO 6291. - BAYO 6291
This is a standard S98/05 bayonet with a plain 14 ½ " fullered, polished ‘immaculate’ steel blade. It has a flash guard and no muzzle ring. It was made by Carl Eickhorn, Solingen and is stamped with their Trademark on the blade. It was made in 1917 and carries the Crown over "W" over "17" plus an inspection mark on the top edge of the blade. There is also an inspection mark on the pommel and another on the crossguard. The unmarked wooden grips are held with two pins. The scabbard is all steel and has minor dents to both sides. It is marked ‘Waffenfabrik-Mauser A G-Oberndcrf An’ ‘2860’. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 6291. (Box 2)

**Scarce** German 2nd Type M1884/98 Bayonet with Sawback Blade & Metal Scabbard with Brass Letters on the Grip. BAYO 6290. - BAYO 6290
This is the 2nd model of the M1884/98 with a flash guard and new pommel shape. The blade has the trademark of 'Gottlieb Hammesfahr-Solingen-Foche’ with a pyramid and cross logo. The grips have brass letters "SLII" affixed to one side which presumably was a personalisation by the soldier to denote his regimental allegiance. They are contemporary to the piece and are very attractive. The pommel and cross guard are lightly pitted but this does not detract from the overall appearance. This is a scarce bayonet from WWI. (See White & Watts 'Bayonet Book' Pages 115 & 129 item 286). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 6290. (Box 2)

Original Early WW2 1940 Nazi German K98 Bayonet By Gebr Heller With Later Etched DAK Blade ‘Deutsches Afrika Korps 90 Infanterie Regiment 1941’ & 1943 Scabbard By ‘crs’ (Paul Weyersberg Solingen). Sn 19895:5 - 19895:5
An original WW2 dated Nazi K98 rifle bayonet with later beautiful etching that makes this a collector’s piece in its own right. The 10" single edged fullered blade is marked by the manufacturer Gebr Heller at the ricasso. The spine is dated ‘40’ (1940). The blade is numbered ‘8662’ and is beautifully etched on both sides with panels ‘Deutsches Afrika Korps’ alongside Swastika device & ‘90 Infanterie Regiment 1941’ (During WW2 The 90th Light Infantry Division of the Nazi Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK) served in North Africa as well as Sardinia and Italy. The division played a major role in most of the actions against the British Eighth Army in the Western Desert Campaign and eventually surrendered to the Allies in the final stages of the Tunisia Campaign in May 1943. It was re-constituted later in 1943 and deployed to Sardinia and when the expected Allied invasion of Sardinia failed to materialise, the division was moved to Italy. It was engaged in actions against the Allies in Italy from 1943 to April 1945 when the division was listed as "destroyed" in the Po River valley). The pommel has an etched panel on one side with DAK palm tree insignia & Swastika within panel. The pommel is Waffenamt and has original red felt in the mortise slot. The bayonet has undamaged bakelite grips and the pommel’s push button release catch works as it should. Its steel scabbard is dated ‘43’ (1943) together with manufacturer detail ‘crs’ (Nazi manufacturer code for Paul Weyersberg Solingen) & number 3051. The ball end of the scabbard is Waffenamt. The price for this desirable collector’s piece includes UK delivery. Sn 19895:5

British ‘1907’ Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard with ‘1908’ Webbing. BAYO 6289. - BAYO 6289
This is a nice ‘1907’ bayonet that has had its quillon removed on refurbishment. The blade is stamped ‘Crown over G.R. 1907 10’13? (dating it October 1913) and ‘Wilkinson’. The production figures for 1911 were only 25,575 at ‘Wilkinson’. In ‘1913’ it was decided to remove the quillon and all further bayonets were made without the quillon and those that came in for refurbishment had it removed, (see Skennerton item B235, page 187). The other side of the blade has a broad arrow and several inspection stamps. The grips are wood, held on by two screw bolts, and are in very good condition. The scabbard is the ‘No1 MkII’ with steel locket and external chape (which differentiates it from the MkI) with a round frog stud and 1908 webbing which is also in very good condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 6289. (Box 2)
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