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*Scarce* British ‘1903’ Pattern Bayonet Converted From ‘P1888’ Dated ‘1’04’ Leather Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 410. - BAYO 410
The ‘P1903’ design combined the ‘P1888’ blade and cross piece with a new pommel design. Many 1903 patter bayonets are actually P1888 bayonets that have been converted. This bayonet is a good example of a converted 1888. The blade length is 30cm and is double edged. On side is stamped with ‘EFD’ (Enfield The Royal Small Arms Factory was a UK government-owned rifle factory in Enfield, now part of north London, which produced British military rifles, muskets and swords from 1816) and the other with numerous inspection stamps, ‘1 ‘ 04’ ‘1903’. The press-stud locking mechanism works well. The wooden grip scales are in good condition with age related marks. The leather scabbard and frog have age related marks *WJB marked to the rear, possible soldiers initials. The stitching to the rear is intact. See Skennerton, item B230, pages 181 & 182. The price for this scarce set includes UK delivery. BAYO 410. (Box 1)

*Scarce* WWII Owen Sub Machine Gun Mk 1 Bayonet and Scabbard with Orange & Mangrovite Arsenal Markings. BAYO 407. - BAYO 407
This Owen Submachine Gun Bayonet was manufactured to fit the Owen Submachine Gun. The blade is single edge, single fullered on both sides with the entire blade having a blued finish. The hilt incorporates a basic steel bird's head with oil hole and features a push button internal spring latch and steel crossguard. The grips are made from wood and are held in place by two slotted head screw and nut assemblies. All steel parts are blued. It has markings - Orange Arsenal & Mangrovite Arsenal; 1907; 4 45 (April 1945) X bend mark and Broad Arrow. The wooden grips are in excellent condition and are marked ‘SLAZ 44’ (Slazenger supplied the grips during the war). The scabbard has a steel locket with a rounded frog attachment stud and a steel chape with a blued finish. The sheath is made from brown leather material and has Mangrovite stamped to it and the locket has ‘AO’ Orange Arsenal. The Owen Submachine Gun Bayonet was issued to the Australian Army during 1944 with Owen Submachine Guns and is a shortened version of the Pattern 1907 Bayonet. Blade length 10” - 15” overall. This set is hard to find and is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 407. (Box 3)

SOLD SOLD (01/05) Australian SLR L1A2 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 406. - BAYO 406
This is an Australian SLR L1A2 bayonet and scabbard. The L1A2 bayonet features a single edge Bowie style blade with twin fullers. The blade is made from carbon steel and has a one piece crossguard with a barrel ring attached. A muzzle ring and mortise slot secures to the muzzle and sword bar of rifle. The grips are sheet steel, secured by two rivets which are recessed well into the grips. The beak shaped pommel has the press stud protruding from the left side, with a spiral return spring inside the pommel and a small securing screw located at the beak of the pommel below the mortise slot. The finish is matt black/green. It is unmarked and has all steel riveted grips. This variant was manufactured in Lithgow, Australia and is in near perfect condition. It is nearly identical to the British made L1A1 variant, with the characteristic protruding release button, but this has a slightly different blade shape and fuller design, these SLR bayonets were also made in Canada and India. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 406. (Box 3)

**MINT**UN-ISSUED**WW2 U.S. Army M4 Knife Bayonet By Camillus (Cutlery Co New York) For M1 Carbines & M8A1 Scabbard By PWH (Pennsylvania Working Home For The Blind) Fitted With Thigh Cord. Sn 20574 - 20574
This is an original WW2 U.S army M4 Knife Bayonet by 'Camillus' complete with its M8A1 scabbard by PWH (Pennsylvania Working Home For The Blind) all in near mint, un-issued condition. The bayonet has the correct compressed leather rings handle which is undamaged. Its clean parkerised steel blade measures 6 ¾”. The cross guard is stamped 'US M4 Camillus'. The steel pommel has the correct ‘pincer’ bayonet release catch. Its olive green plastic/ fibre scabbard has a holed tip for cord with metal chape and an integral webbing frog with belt loop which has a single retaining strap, brass stud fastener and steel belt bar. The chape is fitted with lace thigh cord. The steel throat mount is correctly stamped 'U.S. M8A1' and with 'PWH' manufacturer detail. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20574

*Scarce* British 2A1 Sterling Patchett Sub Machine Gun Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 405. - BAYO 405
A nice hard to come by 2A1 Sterling Patchett (Although developed and made by the Sterling Engineering Co Ltd as early as 1944, the Patchett was not accepted into the British Army until after World War Two (1939-1945) once it had undergone extensive competitive trials against other sub machine guns. It was also trialled in Malaya, Kenya, Libya and Korea to cover as wide a range of climatic conditions as possible. Finally accepted in September 1953, it was a massive improvement on the Sten) bayonet and scabbard made by B.S.A. It has a bright finished fullered Bowie blade. The first 2 cm are blackened. It has a blackened riveted pommel with no oil hole. The pommel is marked with British makers trademark: BSA. Over C. It has a blackened crossguard with large muzzle ring MRD 22.5 mm. and a hole in a short quillon. There is a round No.5 mortise slot type in the pommel. It has blackened wrap around steel grips secured to the tang by two large hollow rivets. It comes with its correct blackened metal no. 5 MK1 scabbard with round frog stud. The pair are in excellent condition with only minor service wear to the muzzle ring. See Skennerton page 253, item B312. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 405. (Box 1)

*Mint/Scarce* British No5 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 403. - BAYO 403
This is a mint No5 bayonet with the blade still having the original storage grease on it. The blade is marked with the Poole Arsenal (The Royal Ordnance Factory in Poole was situated in Sopers Lane, Creekmoor (the site is currently occupied by Siemens), and although it manufactured aircraft guns during and after the Second World War and was a large employer in Poole, it's existence and history had seemingly been ignored for years) details of a ‘P’ within a circle and the date ‘1947’. Poole only made these bayonets for a couple of years in 1946 & 1947. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are not showing any wear at all. The scabbard is unmarked and the No5 MkI with the steel mouthpiece. See Skennerton item B293 on pages 237-239. The price for this rare original set includes UK delivery. BAYO 403. (Box 2)

**BOER WAR DATED**1900 British Enfield Pattern 1888 Mark II Lee Metford Bayonet, Scabbard And Mills Equipment Company Webbing Frog. Sn 90565:7 - 90565:7
This is a Boer War era dated Lee Metford, 1888 Mark II bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle. The Bayonet blade is 12" in length, double edged and un-fullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is dated ‘6 ‘00 (June 1900) together with Crown VR (Victoria Regina). The reverse is nicely stamped with the broad arrow over EFD (Enfield) and inspection stamps. The spine also has inspection stamps. The blade has areas osf staining consistent with age and use. The wood grips are secured by the correct brass rivets. The pommel has the correct oil hole. Its press button release catch works as it should. The bayonet’s leather scabbard has steel throat mount with locket and chape. The scabbard is fitted with a webbing frog. The rear of the belt loop has ink stencilled manufacturer mark ‘ME CO’ (Mills Equipment Company). All leather and stitching of the frog are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 90565:7 (box 2)

**RARE**Pre WW1 British WD 1913 Dated, Enfield, 1907 Pattern, MK 1 Hook Quillon Bayonet With Scabbard & Rare 1914 Pattern Leather Frog To 'EBN (Eastbourne College Sussex) OTC (Officer Training Corps)’. Sn 90565:6 - 90565:6
The pattern 1907, MK I, Bayonet with hooked Quillon was approved on 30th January 1908. (see page 186 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets By Skennerton). Founded in 1896 as the Eastbourne College Cadet Corps, it became the Eastbourne College Officer Training Corps in 1908. It was reorganised in 1948 and renamed the Combined Cadet Force, with sections for army, navy and air force. During the First World War, 174 former pupils were killed in battle or died later of their wounds. This Enfield made Mark 1 bayonet made the year before the great war started has a nice, clean, blade, which is stamped on the ricasso ' Crown GR (George Rex) 1907 (pattern) ‘1 ‘13 (January 1913 date) together with 'EFD' (Enfield) manufacturer mark, WD arrow and inspection marks. The pommel and cross guard with correct hook quillon are in excellent undamaged condition. The pommel's release button functions as it should. The slab wood grips are undamaged and secured by the correct screw bolts. The bayonet’s leather Scabbard has steel throat mount with locket and chape. The scabbard is fitted with its rare to find excellent 1914 pattern leather frog with brass buckle to the front and helve strap riveted to the rear. The rear of the belt loop is impressed ‘EBN OTC’ to the Eastbourne College (Sussex) Officer Training Corps & ‘20’ most likely an armoury number (see page 98 of ‘The Broad Arrow’ by Skennerton). All leather and stitching of the scabbard & frog are clean and intact. The price for this rare bayonet with scabbard & rare frog includes UK delivery. Sn 90565:6 (box 2)

*Scarce* Pattern 1907 Mangrovite Arsenal Bayonet - later used by ‘SAP’ South African Police and Scabbard. 20565:5. - 20565:5
The ricasso is stamped 3 ’42 (Mar 1942) and also stamped with Crowned proof marks, a broad arrow and a bend test X mark to one side and M.A. (Mangrovite Arsenal-Mangrovite Belting Ltd, Australia) 1907 to the other. The pommel is stamped with SAP (South African Police) The South African Police were the successors to the police forces of the Cape Colony, the Natal Colony, the Orange River Colony, and the Transvaal Colony in law enforcement in South Africa. Proclamation 18 formed the South African Police on 1 April 1913 with the amalgamation of the police forces of the four old colonies after the founding of the Union of South Africa in 1910. The first Commissioner of Police was Colonel Theo G Truter with 5,882 men under his command. The SAP originally policed cities and urban areas, while the South African Mounted Riflemen, a branch of the Union Defence Force, enforced the state's writ in rural areas. During World War I, the SAP took over the Riflemen's jurisdiction, and most Riflemen personnel were transferred to the SAP by the end of the 1910s. By 1926, the South African Mounted Riflemen were disbanded and their duties were taken over by the South African Police. The scabbard is leather and is stamped M.G.R.T s and broad arrow. The blade is clean and the wooden grips only have very minor signs of service use. The scabbard is solid, the stitching and metalwork are all intact. The price includes UK delivery. 20565:5. (07 Box 1)

*U.S. Model ‘1917’ Remington Bayonet and Scabbard. 20565:3. - 20565:3
This is a nice clean ‘P1917’ bayonet made in ‘WWII’ for the ‘P17 30-06’ rifle. It can be differentiated from the ‘P13’ which it resembles by the markings on the blade. This example is marked to the blade with ‘1917’ over Remington in a circle, meaning manufacture by ‘Remington’ (founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington (as E. Remington and Sons) in Ilion, New York, it was one of the oldest gun makers in the US and claimed to be the oldest factory in the US that still made its original product) who made over 2 million bayonets. The other side of the blade carries the flaming grenade and eagles head over ‘U, S’. and inspection marks. The grips are wooden *with age related marks* with two grooves cut across them which is where it resembles the ‘P13’ and was interchangeable with the ‘P13’ except for the ‘P17’ rifle being 30.06 instead of the British .303. The scabbard which is showing signs of use is the standard American ‘P17’ version with belt hooks attached. These bayonets were often issued to the Home guard in WWII. See ‘Skennerton’ item B289 page 236. A scarce piece, for the collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. 20565:3. (Box 1)
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