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*Uncommon Markings* Swedish M1867 Socket Bayonet For The 12.17mm Remington Rifle. BAYO 225. - BAYO 225
This is an M1867 socket bayonet for the 12.17mm Remington Rifle. This was adopted in 1867 and could take either a socket or a sabre bayonet. The standard issue was the socket bayonet and this has a cruciform blade which is in very good condition and a central locking ring. The blade is 19 ½ “long and the socket 2 ¾ “with a muzzle ring diameter of approximately 18mm. The shoulder is stamped with the Swedish Crown over "C" with initials "O.K." and "W.N." (Presumably inspectors marks). The other side also carries initials of "H.H." and "T.N." with the number "6350. There is also a regimental mark of "13R 7K" and "NO 99". An unusual socket bayonet which is not common on the collectors market and with these markings and is worthy of further research. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 225.

British 1876 ‘Lunger’ Socket Bayonet. BAYO 227. - BAYO 227.
The 22" Common socket bayonet was named the "Lunger" by the soldiers. 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. The majority of the Common bayonets were manufactured by the Royal Small Arms factory Enfield, however BSA produced 5000 in the 1877 production year. This is an 1876 pattern socket bayonet with a blued socket and elbow and a polished blade. The blade has several stamps including a capital "R" over the Broad Arrow and "W.D.", below this is a number "735" which has been deleted with a line stamped through it. There is also an inspection mark on one of the other sides of the blade. (See Skennerton's item B187 pages 145 & 146). The bayonet is a very nice example with only minor signs of age related wear. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 227.

German ‘Seitengewehr’ M1884/98 1ST Model Dated 1888 and Scabbard. 19966:18. - 19966:18
M1884/98 1ST Model (See page 125 No 273 ‘The Bayonet Book’ by John Watts & Peter White) Dated 1888 on the spine of the blade below ‘Crown-W’. Regimentally marked to the crossguard with inspection marks to the pommel. The maker mark is stamped to one side of the ricasso ‘Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen’ and Erfurt below crown to the other. The Leather bayonet has inspection marks to the chape and locket. The locket is regimentally marked with ’32 RR 13’; the leather stitching is all intact. The price for this bayonet and scabbard includes UK delivery. 19966:18. (Box 2 German Bayonets)

German Mauser M84/98 2nd Model Bayonet, Scabbard with Leather Frog and Portepee. 19966:19. - 19966:19
M84/98 German bayonet 2nd model (The first pattern of S84/98 or M1884/98 bayonet was the 1871/1884 bayonet adapted so it could be used on the Gewehr 98. This was replaced in service by the 1898/05 bayonet. However during World War I the S84/98 began to be produced again under the designation S84/98 II. The German Imperial Army used this bayonet in World War I as a way of conserving scarce resources The S84/98 III was production of the S84/98 bayonet during the late Weimar period and during the time of Nazi Germany.. The hilt has clean wooden grips held to the tang with two screw bolts. The pommel has a mortise slot and locking bolt which secures it to the rifle nose cap The crossguard has no quillon or muzzle ring. The polished single edged spear point blade has a fuller on each side for about 180 mm. The riccasso has the makers name ‘Gottlieb Hammesfahr-Solingen Foche’. The scabbard is unmarked polished metal with leather frog and silver and black Portepee attached. A very good example for the collector, the price includes UK delivery. 19966:19. (Box 2 German Bayonets)

1943 Dated Nazi German K98 Bayonet By ‘asw’ (E&F Horster Solingen) with Later Etched Blade ‘Srhlarhtsrhiff-Tirpitz’ Kriegsmarine. 19898:7. - 19898:7
An original WW2 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 Nazi wartime manufacturer code marked at the ricasso ‘asw 43’. The blade is numbered ‘0564’ and is beautifully etched on both sides with panels ‘Kriegsmarine above Mit-unsern-Fahnen-ist-der-Sieg’ translated: (Our flag/colours will be victorious/with our flag comes victory) and ‘Srhlarhtschiff – Turpitz’ (The Tirpitz was a German Navy battleship used duringWorld War II. She belonged to the Bismarck class and was named after the German Navy Secretary of State and Grand Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz . Slightly heavier than her sister ship Bismarck due to minor design improvements, the Tirpitz is to date the largest battleship ever completed in Europe.. The pommel has an etched panel on one side ‘ Kriegsmarine anchor device & Swastika within panel’. The pommel is Waffenamt and has original red felt in the mortise slot. The bayonet has undamaged wood grips. Its painted steel scabbard is marked ‘3077’. The ball end of the scabbard is Waffenamt. The price for this desirable collector’s piece includes UK delivery. 19898:7. (Box 3)

**Rare Maker**No4 MkII Bayonet and Scabbard by Baird of Belfast. BAYO 6292. - BAYO 6292
The No. 4 Bayonet was created to replace the current bayonet at the time in service which was the World War I vintage Pattern 1907 bayonet. It was the result of the British search for a new bayonet to replace the Pattern 1907 which began just after World War I which came to the conclusion around the beginning of World War II that the best replacement for the pattern 1907 bayonet would be a Spike type bayonet. This was then implemented which lead to the No. 4 becoming a Spike type bayonet. The design of the No. 4 Bayonet is said to have been taken from Swiss socket bayonets. The No 4 bayonet was accepted into service alongside the No 4 rifle. During the course of World War II the design of the No 4 bayonet changed over time. The first variant the No 4 Mk I bayonet much like other weapons at the beginning of World War II was high quality. Hence relatively few of this variant of the No 4 bayonet were produced. The next variant made in 1942 and the most produced one is the No 4 Mk II bayonet which saved production time by omitting milling the blade in the production process but had no other design changes. After the No 4 Mk I bayonet the design was further changed in 1942 to save costs and disperse production by making the blade and socket separately and this became the bayonet No 4 mk II*. The final variant of the No 4 bayonet is the bayonet No 4 Mk III which further reduced the cost of a bayonet by making the socket out of welding stamped steel pieces instead of as a single piece. This example was made in Northern Ireland by Baird Manufacturing from Belfast. Stamped near the socket with ‘No4 MkII’ in good overall condition. The locking catch works as it should. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 6292. (Box 1)

Model 58 Czech Knife Bayonet & 1974 Dated Scabbard. ED 2209. - ED 2209
This is an excellent Czech Model 58 Knife Bayonet. The bayonet has a 6 3/4" parkerised single edged fullered blade with medial ridge. It measures 11 ½ " overall. It has a full tang which incorporates the bayonet bar slot and protrudes from the end of the grips to form a curved pommel. The blade is stamped with the number '26p52'. The back of the blade is stamped '135'. It has wood grips retained by 2 rivets & short cross guard with muzzle ring. It's leather scabbard is in similar excellent undamaged condition. It has a single belt loop, retaining strap and stud fastener. The rear is ink stamped with a cartouche which contains a '1974' date amongst other numbers & letters. (Illustrated). Price includes UK delivery. ED 2209. (Other Countries 3)

*Scarce* U.S Model 1873 Trowel Bayonet Stamped 'AT. APR 16=72'. (CLIFF RAILINGS COLLECTION). Sn 7571. - 7571
Developed to serve as both a combat bayonet and entrenching tool, the Trowel bayonet for the Remington Rolling Block rifle was patented in April of 1872. It had a unique way of attaching to the muzzle of the rifle in that the rear of the bayonet socket rotated to allow fixing. This is a good original example 10 ½ “long and 3 ½ “at its widest. The double edged blade tapers to a sharp point and the reverse has medial ridge. The bayonet has the correct knurled grip section which rotates as it should. The grip is stamped with small Patent lettering 'AT. APR 16=72' (16th April 1872). The bayonet is undamaged. There is slight age related staining to the blade but no rust or pitting. The grip retains its original finish. Price includes UK delivery. THIS ITEM IS FROM THE CLIFF RAILINGS COLLECTION PREVIOUSLY DISPLAYED AT THE ROYAL ARMOURIES, TOWER OF LONDON. Sn 7571. (USA Bayonets)

SOLD SOLD (13/02) WW2 Era Nazi German Mauser K98 Dress Bayonet With Later Nazi ‘Condor Legion’ Luftwaffe & ‘Memory Of Service’ Double Etched Panels, Stag Antler Grips & 1941 Dated Scabbard By Nazi Wartime Code ‘cof’ Carl Eickhorn, Solingen. BAYO 900 - BAYO 900
The Condor Legion was a Nazi unit composed of military personnel from the Nazi German Luftwaffe and Heer (Army) which served with the Nationalists during the Spanish Civil War of July 1936 to March 1939. The Condor Legion developed methods of terror bombing which were used widely in the Second World War shortly afterwards. The bombing of Guernica was the most infamous operation carried out by the Condor Legion. Hugo Sperrle commanded the unit's aircraft formations and Wilhelm Ritter von Thoma commanded the ground element. This is an original WW2 era K98 rifle bayonet with later Condor legion Luftwaffe etching that makes this a collector’s piece in its own right. The 10" single edged fullered polished steel blade has no manufacturer or date marks. The blade is crisply etched on one side with panel depicting a Luftwaffe with swastika Eagle between ‘Legion Condor’. The reverse has a panela Spanish civil war era German Bi-Plane in flight btween ‘memory of service’ inscription in German text. The pommel’s bayonet release button moves. The bayonet has undamaged stag antler grips & has an original steel scabbard with frog locket. The neck of the scabbard has Nazi wartime manufacturer mark and date ’41 cof’ (1941 Eickhorn Solingen). It also has number ‘492m’. The scabbard has no dents and the ball end is waffenamt. The price for this desirable collector’s piece includes UK delivery. BAYO 900. (Box 3)

*U.S. ‘M1 Garand’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 6295. - BAYO 6295
This is an ‘M1 Garand’ bayonet with an original blade *showing signs of use related wear* and not a cut down ‘M1905’ or ‘M1942’. The fullers do not run through to the tip as with the cut down bayonets, but stop 2 ¾ “from the tip. It is marked to the blade with ‘U.F.H’ ‘Union Fork and Hoe’ and a flaming grenade, with the other side sporting the flaming grenade. The grips are black ribbed plastic held by a single screw-bolt. The scabbard is an olive drab, again freshly made and not a cut down version. It is marked to the top mount with a flaming grenade and U.S., See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin.J.Brayley, pages 231-241. A good collectors piece. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 6295.
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