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British 1856/58 Yatahgan Sword Bayonet And Scabbard. 19292 - 19292
This is an example of the 1856/58 yataghan sword bayonet with ‘Solingen’ trademark on the ricasso. 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. See ‘Skennerton’ pages 114/115 item B151. The bayonet is 72cm long with a blade length of 58 ¼ cm and doesn’t appear to have been re sharpened. The grips are made of chequered black leather held by steel pins. The scabbard is made of black leather with steel top mount and chape, all stitching is intact. The price includes UK delivery. 19292. (Armoury)
£325.00

British ‘1907’ Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 735. - BAYO 735
The 1907 bayonet was designed to be used with the Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle. The pattern 1907 bayonet with hooked quillon removed, the important change was decided for the removal was in 1913, the official approval date was 29/10/13. This bayonet comes with a leather scabbard, all with stitching intact and furniture painted olive drab. The ripasso has the name of the maker ‘Wilkinson’ who produced 25,575 of the 1907 bayonet. The date of manufacture is obscured, possibly ‘18’ (1918). The other side has Government acceptance marks etc. The wooden grips *in good condition* are held with two pins above the cross guard and muzzle ring. Blade length: 43 cm, overall length: 55 cm and does not appear to have been re sharpened. See ‘British and Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Ian Skennerton and Robert Richardson, page 187 item B235. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 735. (Box 1)
£245.00

SOLD SOLD (02/11) British 1876 ‘Indian Use’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 732. - BAYO 732
British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Rifle Socket Bayonet and Scabbard. The new pattern 1876 socket bayonet was approved on 7th June 1876. This is a pattern 1876 Martini Henry rifle socket bayonet with good markings on the blade. Its blade is stamped with the Broad Arrow over WD, an Enfield inspection mark, . This bayonet has seen some service. The bayonet measures 25 inches overall with a blade length of 21.7 inches with a socket 3 inches in length. The brass mounted leather scabbard has a broad arrow over W.D. and an Enfield inspection stamp on the top locket *the stitching is showing signs of age related wear. The blade and scabbard also carry Nepalese script suggesting later issue to an Indian unit. The bottom chape also carries a broad arrow over W.D. See Skennerton item B187 on Pages 145 and 146. The price for this bayonet includes UK delivery. BAYO 732. (Box 2)
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (23/11) WWI ‘1907’ Sword Bayonet and Scabbard with Webbing Frog. 18794. - 18794
The 1907 bayonet was designed to be used with the Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle. The pattern 1907 bayonet with hooked quillon removed, the important change was decided for the removal was in 1913, the official approval date was 29/10/13. This bayonet comes with a leather scabbard with an olive drab webbing frog, all with stitching intact. The ripasso has the name of the maker ‘Wilkinson’ who produced 25,575 of the 1907 bayonet. The date of manufacture is 10’17 (October 1917). The other side has Government acceptance marks etc. The wooden grips *in very good condition* are held with two pins above the cross guard and muzzle ring. Blade length: 43 ¼ cm, overall length: 55 ½ cm and does not appear to have been re sharpened. See ‘British and Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Ian Skennerton and Robert Richardson, page 187 item B235. The price includes UK postage. 18794. (box 2)
£0.00

‘Swiss’ Schmidt-Rubin ‘M1918’ Bayonet and Scabbard by Waffenfabrik Neuhausen. BAYO 727. - BAYO 727
Waffenfabrik Bern (Weapons Factory Bern), also known as W+F Bern, was an arms manufacturer in Bern, Switzerland, which was a government-owned corporation producing firearms for the Swiss Armed Forces. This Swiss M1918 Schmidt-Rubin Bayonet is in a Steel Scabbard. It has a double-edged, 301mm steel blade with ' Waffenfabrik Neuhausen’ makers mark on the ricasso. ‘706847’ is numbered on the ricasso with a small muzzle ring. The hardwood grips are held with two steel pins and are in very good condition. The blade doesn’t appear to have been re sharpened. The scabbard has lost some of its blueing and has a nice patina. See ‘An Illustrated History Bayonets’ by Martin.J.Brayley page 211. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 727.
£145.00

French ‘M1892’ Mannlicher-Berthier Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 721. - BAYO 721
The French model 1892 sword bayonet was manufactured from 1892 and was still in use during WWI. The M1892 bayonet was used with the model 1892 ‘Mannlicher-Berthier’ short rifle and has become known as the ‘Mannlicher-Berthier bayonet’. The 402mm single edged blade has a broad, flat spine and an almost full length deep fuller on both sides of the blade. The bayonet is easily identified by the fuller in the spine that runs for 155mm from the spear point. The blade has a semi-circular indentation on both sides of the forte, which interacts with internal springs in the scabbard to grip the blade and hold it firmly inside. The bayonet has a hooked quillon and narrow muzzle ring with hardwood grips with two steel pins (wooden grips which were introduce in around 1905). *The grips are showing signs of age related wear. The steel scabbard furniture is in good condition and has a pleasant patina. See ‘The Bayonet Book’ by John Watts and Peter White, page 98 No 215. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 721.
£225.00

Belgian ‘M1924’Long Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 720. - BAYO 720
These bayonets were made for use with the ‘Mauser’ rifles manufactured for export. These rifles and bayonets were sold to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Iran Liberia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Turkey, Venezuela, Yemen and Yugoslavia. The blade length is: 300mm, and the overall length is: 430mm. Hardwood grips in good condition held with two studs above cross guard. The scabbard is polished steel *showing signs of age related wear with frog stud and ball end. See ‘Bayonet Book’ by John Watts and Peter White pages 26 and 41 No 99 I nice piece of history for the collection. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 720.
£145.00

British L3A1 Bayonet, Scabbard for the SA80 Rifle. BAYO 718. - BAYO 718
The current British L3A1 socket bayonet is based on the FN FAL Type C socket bayonet with a clip-point blade. It has a hollow handle that fits over the SA80/L85 rifle's muzzle and slots that lined up with those on the flash eliminator. This is an excellent L3A1 bayonet which was introduced in 1985 to fit the new L85A1 service rifle. It was an innovative design incorporating many new features. The blade length is 18cm, overall length 28 ½ cm and doesn’t appear to have been re sharpened. The scabbard is made of thick black plastic around a steel inner with brass rivets and an integral belt hoop. A nice current British bayonet. See Skennerton item B329, pages 266 & 267. Also Martin J. Brayley ‘An illustrated history of bayonets’ Pages 144-147. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 718.
£145.00

British Martini Henry ‘1876’ Socket Bayonet with Nepalese Script to the Blade. BAYO 717 - BAYO 717
The 22"Common socket bayonet was named the "Lunger" by the soldiers. Approved on the 7th June 1876 it is triangular in shape, the bayonet was purely a stabbing weapon, with no sharp edges. Known today as the Pattern 76', this is actually incorrect; the official name was the "Bayonet Common Long". Bayonets were marked with the War Department stamp, and the Enfield Viewing marks. From July 21st 1882 socket bayonets were marked with the date of manufacture. This example is dated ‘9/82’ (September 1882), There is some ‘Nepalese’ script to the blade which renders itself to further investigation, as shown in the images. The War Department acceptance mark is also on the blade. The blade has some age related marks to its 54 ½ cm length. See ‘British and Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Skennerton& Richardson page 145-6 item B187. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 717.
£245.00

British Land Pattern (Standard Length slot) Socket, Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 714 - BAYO 714
British land pattern socket with non-lengthened slot. The Land Pattern musket and bayonet were introduced in 1727. The Land Pattern musket and bayonet evolved over time, until superseded by the India Pattern at the close of the 18th Century. The blade is true and straight and the length is 15 ¼ “. The leather scabbard has a brass throat, frog stud and chape which is showing signs of age related wear to the tip. The leather stitching to the rear of the scabbard has become detached with age. A nice piece for the collector. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 714.
£295.00
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