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**VERY RARE & DESIRABLE**MATCHING NUMBERS**WW1 Imperial German S14 Gott Scho Machine Gunners Bayonet & Scabbard With Leather Frog. Sn 18779 - 18799
This is a rare WW1 German Machine gunners bayonet. The blade is marked ‘K.S’ & ‘G within a lightbulb shape’. The spine has an Imperial inspection mark. The cross guard is numbered 4082. The fullered blade is 14 ½” long. The wrap around wood grip is secured by 2 screw bolts. The underside of the grip has 9 grooves cut into it. The scabbard is steel & although it has lost most of its finish & has a couple of dents it is in very good condition. The throat has matching number ‘4082’. The frog is the standard German leather example in good condition. A very rare bayonet, one of the scarcest & most desirable of WW1 German Bayonets. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18799

*1908 American M1905 Bayonet and Leather Covered Scabbard. BAYO 712. - BAYO 712
A very scarce American M1905 Bayonet made by ‘Springfield Arsenal’ in ‘1908’ and marked to the blade with ‘S.A.’ over a flaming grenade and ‘1908’. The other side carries a ‘U.S.’ over ‘324154’. The grips are ribbed wood held by a single screw bolt. The bayonet has a press button at the cross guard which releases the locking catch on the rifle and also holds the bayonet firmly in the scabbard. The scabbard is the early pattern of heavy leather sewn over a wooden frame with brass rivets and this has a double hook arrangement used on all subsequent American bayonets. The brown leather carries a stamped ‘R.I.A. 1907 Feb’ to the rear (Rock Island Arsenal). This is in very good condition. A real collector’s piece. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 712.

*A British 1888 Pattern MkI ‘2ND Type’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 697. - BAYO 697
This is a nice British 1888 pattern Mk1, 2nd type bayonet made at ‘Enfield’ and marked to the ricasso with crown over V.R. and 1 ’91 (January 1891) The other side carries a broad arrow over W.D. and an inspection stamp. There are also two inspection stamps on the spine. The grips are wooden with an oil hole. Behind the top brass rivet and the pommel carries the number ‘16’. The bayonet is contained in its MkII scabbard with internal chape but sadly missing the frog. See Skennerton item B213 page 169. It is marked to the leather with a broad arrow ‘ 02 (1902) and two inspection stamps. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 697.

**FALKLANDS WAR BRING BACK**Argentine Army Marked Type C Socket Bayonet For FN FAL Rifles, Scabbard & Tempex Frog. BAYO 707. - BAYO 707
These socket bayonets were used by Argentine forces in the Falklands War (See Page 22 of An Illustrated History Of Bayonets by Brayley where an Argentine Type C socket bayonet captured during the Falklands war with plastic scabbard & Tempex Frog the same as ours are illustrated). This Argentine Type C bayonet is most likely a bring back from the Falklands war. The all steel construction bayonet is in excellent condition. The tubular socket has the correct release catch ‘ears’ and has the correct cut outs to align with the vents in the rifle flash eliminator. The bayonet has a 6 ¾” long blade and measures 11 ½” overall. The blade has number ’01-79200’. The ‘01’ prefix denotes Army issue (02=Marines & 03=Air Force). There are no other manufacturer marks on the bayonet. The scabbard is the correct black plastic version. The scabbard has a frog locket. The scabbard is fitted with correct webbing frog which has 2 retaining straps with press stud fasteners marked ‘Tempex’ and steel wire belt bar. The rear of the frog has a riveted plastic belt attachment mount. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 707.

Circa 18th Century Spanish Plug Bayonet / Hunting Dagger With Polished Horn Hilt, Brass Fittings & Later Scabbard. Sn 18390 - 18390
Plug Bayonets were used in Spain as late as the 19th Century but in the latter period were also employed as hunting weapons (see page 245 & plate 549 on page 247 of the Bayonet Book by Watts & White which illustrates a Spanish plug bayonet with similar hilt to our example). This is an excellent original Spanish form plug bayonet/ hunting dagger. It has a 10 ½” single edged fullered blade with original leather hilt washer. The blade has just areas of natural aged staining. It has a brass cross guard with ball finials, ferrule and acorn / urn type brass pommel cap. The polished horn hilt is undamaged. The plug bayonet measures 16 ¾” overall. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on the bayonet. It is complete with a later green leather covered wood scabbard which was obviously made for the bayonet at some point in its life. The bayonet fits the scabbard snugly. The leather is clean and has a stitched seam. The scabbard has a brass throat mount with frog locket and brass chape. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18390

**RARE**MINT UN-ISSUED CONDITION** WW1 & WW2 Era Japanese All Blued Steel Construction Folding Triangular Section Bayonet For Type 44 (Model 1911) Cavalry Carbines. Sn 18435:2 - 18435:2
These bayonets were made for the Imperial Japanese army Type 44 (Model 1911) Cavalry Carbines (see Watts, J & White, P, 1975 of The Bayonet Book, pages 203 and 207 (item 461). The bayonets are socket form. They have long all-steel sockets with cut-away back and fully formed hook quillon fitted at lower right side. A small L-shaped attachment lug is formed on the underside. The blade form is approximately triangular section with a near convex upper face which is narrowly and deeply fullered. Our example is in near mint condition. Its blade is 35.5 cm length and has the correct chisel tip. The back faces of the blade are deeply concave and the blade tapers from its roughly rectangular base to flat screwdriver-like tip. The spring-loaded locking mechanism is located in the rectangular base and is operated by a large and high chequered-faced press stud. The blade pivots about the axis formed by the fixed stem of the quillon. The sockets and blades are dark blued. These bayonets are extremely well made and robust; it was, no doubt, expensive to produce. Much superior in quality of production and finish to Italian and Russian folding bayonets. The price includes UK delivery. FOLDING BAYONET FOR TYPE 44 [1911] CAVALRY CARBINE FOLDING BAYONET FOR TYPE 44 [1911] CAVALRY CARBINE Sn 18435:2

**SCARCE**LATE WW2 Japanese Jinsen Arsenal (Occupied Korea) Type 30 Arisaka Rifle Bayonet & Correct Wood Scabbard With Steel Fittings. Sn 18435:1 - 18435:1
These bayonets were made late WW2 at the Jinsen arsenal in Occupied Korea. (see item LB-162 page 197 of Bayonets Of Japan by Labar where an example the same as ours with straight grips and rectangular pommel is illustrated and is described as scarce). It has the correct plain single edged blade and was manufactured without cross guard quillon. It has the correct straight wood grips secured by rivets and steel rectangular pommel with steel bayonet button that works as it should. The blade is 382mm length and has the correct late war, larger, Jinsen arsenal mark. The original late war wood scabbard has 2 bands of correct, original cord binding and retains its original drab olive paint finish. The scabbard has the correct small steel chape and throat mount with fixed strap bar. The wood has knocks bumps and bruises to be expected. There are no visible serial numbers on the bayonet or scabbard. The price includes UK delivery.

American M1917 Bayonet By Remington and Scabbard. Bayo 702 - BAYO 702
This is a good condition M1917 bayonet made by Remington. It is nicely stamped on the ricasso with "Remington". The other side is stamped with the 'Flaming Grenade' over "US" and the eagles head inspection mark. Blade length 17”. Total length including scabbard 22 ½”. The wooden grips have two grooves cut into them and there is an oil hole in the pommel. This example has the scarcer false edge and the scabbard is the Australian mangrovite version dated ‘42’ to the rear below the top mount. This would suggest Indian use rather than homeguard. A nice early and complete pattern 1917 bayonet and early scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 702 £275

French M1866 Chassepot Bayonet AND Scabbard. BAYO 699. - BAYO 699
This is a nice M1866 Chassepot bayonet made at St. Etienne in June 1874 and marked thus to the spine of the blade. Blade length 22 ¾”. Total length including scabbard 28”. It has a curved Yataghan blade and a brass ribbed grip with a steel leaf spring and push button. The crossguard is also steel ending in a quillon and is stamped with FG60868. The scabbard is black painted steel and has L87415 stamped to the rear of the throat. See White & Watts item 194, page 84 & 92. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 699 £225

RESERVED RESERVED British L3A1 Bayonet, Scabbard and Two Frogs For the SA80 Rifle. BAYO 687. - BAYO 687
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 scabbard is made of Phonolite plastic and is contained in its green canvas sheath dated 1991. Also included is a white ceremonial plastic sheath. A nice complete set of the 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 687 £125
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