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Chilean M1910 Police Sidearm Converted From French Gras 1874 Bayonet and Steel Scabbard. BAYO 297. - BAYO 297
This is a nice unusual conversion. It is a Chilean Police sidearm and scabbard issued to the Chilean Police in 1910. These were made up using a section of the blade and the crossguard of a French Gras 1874 bayonet. This was then mated to a solid brass hilt bearing the Chilean Coat of Arms. The blade of the bayonet has been shortened dramatically to 11.25 inches and the bayonet measures 16 inches overall. There is no mortise slot or fixing button and therefore it was only intended as a dress item. The cross guard with muzzle ring and quillon is present. The hilt has number "B1287" stamped on it's side. The bayonet is complete with it's steel scabbard with brass mounts which is in nice condition. These are an uncommon item, (see Martin J. Brayley 'An Illustrated History of Bayonets' book, pages 46 & 48). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 297. (Box 3)
£245.00

Turkish Sword Bayonet for the Mauser 1903 Rifle. BAYO 307. - BAYO 307
This is a nice M1903 bayonet which was adopted for the 1903 Mauser rifle. It has a quill backed blade identical to the German M1898 Mauser bayonet, but retains the hilt used on the M1887 & M1890 bayonets. There is Turkish script to the ricasso, usually denoting the German maker, which in this case is ‘Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co’. The spine of the blade carries the Turkish crescent ‘moon & star’ as does the quillon. The crossguard carries an indistinct serial number. The pommel carries the ‘Toughra’ marking of ‘Abdul Hamid II’ & Turkish Crescent and other inspection stamps. This is a well-marked and scarce bayonet, as many of these long bayonets were shortened during the inter-war period. See White & Watts No 627 pages 278 and 281 of ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley pages 218 & 219. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 307. (Box 2)
£395.00

*Scarce* 1960’s South African No.9 Bayonet By Armscor Subsiduaries For No.4 SMLE Rifles & Scabbard. BAYO 254. - BAYO 254
This is a bayonet unique to South Africa. The socket is virtually identical to the British No.9 bayonet but with a blade from the UZI SMG. According to Skennerton these bayonets were made to fit No.4 rifle, were made in the early 60's by Armscor. They were intended for us by South African Local Defence Force Commandos (see page 370 item 6 of Skennerton’s book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). They were issued in both reinforced fibreglass scabbards and as in the case of our example steel scabbards from UZI bayonets. The bayonet has an excellent clean blackened 6 ¾” single edged blade and pommel with ribbed release button. The scabbard with frog stud has original black paint and no dents. These bayonets are not commonly found on the collectors market. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 254.
£165.00

British No 7 MK 1 L, Bayonet For The No 4 Rifle & MK V Sten Sub Machine Gun, With Swivel Handle, Black Grips, Scabbard & Webbing Frog By Elkingtons BAYO 273. - BAYO 273
An original No 7 MK 1 L, bayonet with swivelling pommel made for the No 4 rifle and MK V Sten Sub Machine Guns. The 'L' designation is for Land Service. The black tufnel grips fitted to this bayonet are not as common as the red grips. The bayonet has a 7 ¾” blade (12 ¼” overall) with bowie knife style blade and deep fuller to both sides. The blade is stamped on the ricasso 'No 7 MK1/L' and M78 on the other side which denotes manufacture by Elingtons. The blade and black Tufnell grip are in good condition. The scabbard is the No 5 Mark1 with the steel mouthpiece. The scabbard is fitted with an original webbing pattern ’37 frog with feint stamps to the rear. See Skennerton item B299 on page 243 for further information. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 273.
£295.00

SOLD SOLD British Pattern 1887 MK III Sword Bayonet & Scabbard. Sn. ED 2197. - ED 2197
This bayonet is the MK III pattern of 1887 with no fullers to the blade. The blade carries a Crown over "V.R." and the date "88" (1888). It was probably made by Enfield but no name appears on the blade. Wilkinson clearly stamped their blades and there were on other producers. The top edge and reverse of the blade carry inspection marks and the broad arrow over "W.D." There are also inspection marks on the tang and a number "46" on the pommel end. The polished steel blade is in very good condition and measures 18 ¼ " long. The grips are secured with two steel rivets. The pommel has a push button release and is stamped with the number10522. It is complete with a brass mounted scabbard which has a small number 7 on it near to the outside edge. The scabbard chaff is stamped CHF Crown over I OO . Please see Skennerton's Bayonet Book, Pages 160 to 166 and page 338 (Indian section) regarding these brass mounted scabbards. The price includes UK delivery. Sn. ED 2197.
£0.00

**American M1917 Bayonet by Remington, Scabbard and Leather Frog. BAYO 301. - BAYO 301
This is a good condition M1917 bayonet made by Remington. It is nicely stamped on the ricasso with ‘1917 Remington’. The other side is stamped with the 'Flaming Grenade' over "US" and the eagles head inspection mark. The wooden grips which are showing signs of use have two grooves cut into them and there is an oil hole in the pommel. It is carried in a later pattern British scabbard, later scabbards have the belt hooks attached to the top mount. The American scabbards also have a small drain hole drilled in the bottom of the chape, unlike British versions which did not have the hole. The Scabbard has a date stamp ‘1918’ and an illegible makers mark to the rear. The frog has a nice patina *top strap missing* A nice early and complete pattern 1917 bayonet and scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 301.
£245.00

*Uncommon* South African No9 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 295 - BAYO 295
These bayonets wer made during the 60’s by Armscor (Armaments Corporation of South Africa ) for use by the ‘Commandos’ who were local defence groups based on the South African Commando System. They were made up of surplus ‘UZI’ S.M.G. blades married to the British No9 socket and were used with the British No4 rifle. They are found with both steel and plastic scabbards, ours is the steel version. There are no markings on either the bayonet or scabbard. See Skennerton item 56, page 370. Not a common bayonet on the collectors market. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 295. (Box 3)
£195.00

British L1A3 Bayonet and No5 MkII Scabbard. BAYO 293. - BAYO 293
This is a nice L1A3 bayonet with blade marking ‘D59’ (manufactured 1959 at Enfield - Enfield, Royal Small Arms Factory Enfield, United Kingdom ; Sparkbrook, Royal Small Arms Factory Sparkbrook, United Kingdom) and grips marked ‘L1A3 9600257’ the blade is parkerised and retains most of its original finish. The scabbard is the No5 MkII with the brass mouthpiece *a small amount of play*. See Skennerton item B322 pages 260 to 262. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 293. (Box 2)
£225.00

*Scarce* Yugoslavian M1924 Bayonet and Matching Numbers Scabbard. BAYO 291. - BAYO 291
A Yugoslavian bayonet marked to the blade with Cyrillic lettering which is Serbian and not Russian. It translates as ‘Enterprise 44’ denoting State Factory 44 and not the date of manufacture as is sometimes thought. Factory 44 was located in ‘Kragujevac’ the seat of the Yugoslavian arms industry. The grips are wood and held by the distinctive Yugoslavian grip bolt which needed a bifurcated tool to remove them. The crossguard carries the number ‘20556’ which is repeated on the frog stud of the steel scabbard. These are not a common bayonet. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley pages 252 & 253. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 291. (Box 3)
£195.00

*Scarce* Yugoslavian M1924 Bayonet and Matching Number Scabbard. BAYO 290. - BAYO 290
A Yugoslavian bayonet marked to the blade with Cyrillic lettering which is Serbian and not Russian. It translates as ‘Enterprise 44’ denoting State Factory 44 and not the date of manufacture as is sometimes thought. Factory 44 was located in ‘Kragujevac’ the seat of the Yugoslavian arms industry. The grips are wood and held by the distinctive Yugoslavian grip bolt which needed a bifurcated tool to remove them. The crossguard carries the number ‘71943’ which is repeated on the frog stud of the steel scabbard. These are not a common bayonet. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley pages 252 & 253. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 290. (Box 3)
£195.00
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