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Nazi M98 Dress Bayonet By F. Plucker JR Solingen & Scabbard. Sn 11522:2. - 11522:2
An early Nazi M98 dress bayonet by F. Plucker Jr. and scabbard. The dress sidearm for military and civilian uniformed formations was designated the M98 Dress Bayonet. This bayonet represented a stylised form of the S. 84/98 bayonet purchased by the individual for wear with the walkout dress uniform and was worn by the mainly non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel. This early dress bayonet has a rifle mortise and push button release. It retains the red felt in the mortise slot. This is the short version with a 7 ¾ " blade which is in excellent condition. It has "F. Plucker Jr Solingen" stamped on the ricasso. The polished steel blade is in excellent condition. The grips are chequered and secured with two rivets in un-marked condition. It has a metal scabbard with lozenge shaped frog stud. (see 'German Clamshells' book pages 15-16 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11522:2. (Box 1)

1906 Imperial German Seitengewehr Model 1898 Pipe Back Bayonet Manufactured at ‘Erfurt’ Scabbard and Frog for G98 Rifles. BAYO 2625. - BAYO 2625
This is a nice Seitengewehr M1898 pipeback bayonet for the Mauser M98 rifle which was the principal arm of the German army in WWI. The Model 1898 Bayonet was the Imperial German response to the French 1886 Lebel narrow bladed bayonet. The pommel and crossguard have been blackened and still have the majority of paint attached. The blade carries a Prussian crown over makers mark Erfurt (the Royal Prussian Army works at Erfurt in Prussian Thuringia). The Royal Prussian armoury had been established at Erfurt in 1862. Their marking had the Royal Prussian crown above the word Erfurt). The spine of the blade carries a crown over W (acceptance of Kaiser Wilhelm) 06 (1906 manufacture). The bayonet has a 20 ½” pipeback blade with swell point tip and a central fuller, a steel crossguard with upswept quillon and grooved slab wood grips. The steel pommel release button functions correctly. The scabbard is a steel mounted black leather version with minor dents. The accompanying frog is in nice condition with a good patina. The stitching and studs are in good order. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 2625. (Box 3)

British No5 MkI Type II Jungle Carbine Bayonet by W.S.C. ‘Wilkinson Sword Company’, Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 784. - BAYO 784
This is an excellent condition No5 bayonet made by ‘Wilkinson Sword Company’ and is marked to the ripasso with their trademark ‘W.S.C.’ and 294 (Wilkinsons dispersal code). The blade is in excellent condition with minor age related staining; the grips are made of undamaged wood *age related marks* and are held in place by two screw bolts. The muzzle ring and pommel are blackened. The scabbard is the No5 Mk1 Version *showing very minor service wear* with a steel mouthpiece and is contained in a ’37 pattern khaki webbing frog with store codes to the rear. This is a nice early No 5 pattern bayonet set made by Wilkinson Sword. See Skennerton item no. B293 on page 238. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 784. (Box 2)

British ‘L1A3’ Bayonet Scabbard and Frog for the L1A1 SLR. BAYO 782. - BAYO 782
This is a British L1A3 bayonet for the L1A1 SLR (Self-loading rifle), scabbard and frog (see Skennerton’s book, British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book, pages 261 – B322). When the Self Loading Rifle (SLR) was introduced the British Army naturally introduced a bayonet to go with their new rifle. They seem to have been very happy with the clipped bowie shaped blade they had used with the No5 Bayonet, No 7 Bayonet and the No 9 Bayonet and mated this to a new crosspiece and pommel to fit the SLR. The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. On this example the blade ricasso carries the number ‘F73’. It has the early waisted crossguard. The brass throated No5 MkI scabbard retains all of its black paint and has no major marks. This is contained in its immaculate green nylon webbing frog. A nice addition to any collection. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 782. (Box 2)

**Rare Retaining Tab** WWII British Lee Enfield No 4 MK 1 Cruciform Spike Bayonet By ‘SM’ (Singer Manufacturing Co) with MK 1 Scabbard Webbing Frog & Rare Leather Retaining Tab with Brass Eyelet. BAYO 781. - BAYO 781
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. In excellent condition. The socket is stamped No. 4 MK.1 and by the manufacturer 'SM' (the Singer Manufacturing Co). Its 8” cruciform blade is undamaged and its ribbed locking catch works as it should. The throat of the scabbard is stamped ‘No4 MK 1’. The scabbard is fitted with an excellent original webbing frog including rare leather retaining tab with brass eyelet. The rear of the frog is stamped with ink markings which appear to be stores numbers. See page 398 No 832 of Watts & White for reference. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 781. (Box 2)

WW1 1915 Imperial German Mauser 1898/05 G98 Butcher Bayonet with Sawback Officially Removed By Fichtel & Sachs, Schweinfurt, Scabbard & Frog. Sn 10401:4. - 10401:4
A WW1 Imperial German G98 Butcher Bayonet and Scabbard. The bayonet has a single edged blade which widens towards the point. It's saw back blade has been officially removed. The ricasso is stamped by the manufacturer 'Fichtel & Sachs, Schweinfurt' (Fichtel & Sachs was founded in Schweinfurt in 1895 and was a well-known German family business initially small engine manufacturers). The back of the blade is stamped 'Crown W' & dated '15' (1915). The blade is clean. The bayonet has a steel swept quillon, correct nine groove wood grips, steel pommel and backstrap. It is complete with original steel scabbard & brown leather frog. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10401:4.

Czech VZ 24 WW2 German Occupation Manufacture Bayonet and Scabbard by Československá zbrojovka a.s., Brno. BAYO 248 - BAYO 248
This is the scarce WW2 Czech VZ24 rifle bayonet and scabbard made under the German occupation in WW2. "E" (lion) "24" and "CSZ" The "CSZ' marking indicates that this bayonet was used by Czechoslovakian troops during the Second World War. This example was made in 1924 by Československá zbrojovka a.s., Brno. The Germans continued the manufacture of both the VZ23 and VZ24 bayonets through WW2 but not in the same large numbers as the Mauser K98 bayonet. This bayonet has a 298mm parkerised blade and a steel muzzle ring and pommel. The wooden grips are held on by two screw bolts. The scabbard is made of blued steel. VZ24 bayonets made under German occupation seldom appear on the market. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets, Pages 52 – 54. The price includes UK. delivery. BAYO 248. (Box 1)

SOLD SOLD (29/02) Dated WWI German Mauser M84/98 2nd Model Bayonet and Scabbard by Manufacturer J.A. Henkles. BAYO 366. - BAYO 366
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 have a flash guard and are 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 spine has crown over W 17 (1917) with inspection marks.The riccasso has the makers name ‘J. A. Henckels AG’ the metalwork has an aged patina (Zwilling J. A. Henckels AG is a German knife-maker based in Solingen, Germany. It is one of the largest and oldest manufacturers of knives, having been founded in June 1731 by Peter Henckels. It is also one of the oldest operating companies in the World). See page 115 No283 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’ for similar. The scabbard is metal with a frog stud *showing pitting conducive with its age*. A very good example for the collector, the price includes UK delivery. BAYO 366. (BOX 3)

German 3rd Pattern ‘K98’ Bayonet and Scabbard by ‘E.U.F. Horster’. BAYO 6271. - BAYO 6271
German army issue pre WW2 K98 bayonet by E.u.F. Horster with scabbard. The hilt with ribbed plastic bolt retained grip scales has a release catch to the rear. The blued fullered single edged blade is stamped to the rear right with serial number 1794 and to the left E.u.F. Horster, one of the many Solingen makers contracted to the German army during Hitler’s time in power. The ball to the tip of the scabbard struck with a war time German army Waffenamt inspection mark. The regulation issue bayonet to fit the WW2 German K98 service rifle these bayonets were effective arms both when fitted to the rifle or when used as a fighting knife and saw wide service all over the world as well as on all fronts of the war by the German army from the first campaign in Poland to the fall of Berlin. In good condition with good grips and working catch, nice well marked blade retaining much original blue finish in a nice early war scabbard. Blade length: 24 ½ cm (overall: 38cm). See White & Watts pages 115 & 133 No296. The price includes UK postage. BAYO 6271. (Box 3)

*Scarce* WWII British ‘1907’ Pattern ‘Lanchester’ bayonet, scabbard and Frog. BAYO 747. - BAYO 747
This is a scarce ‘1907’ pattern bayonet manufactured by ‘Wilkinson’ to fulfil a contract to the ‘Royal Navy’ for a bayonet to fit the ‘Lanchester Sub-Machine gun’ which was mainly issued to the ‘Royal Navy’. It is distinguishable from the standard ‘1907’ pattern by its markings to the blade of ‘Crown’ over ‘E.R.’ 1907 5294 ‘Wilkinsons wartime code W.S.C.’ and ‘9 ‘43’ (September 1943). See ‘Skennerton item B281 pages 230 & 231’. The blade retains virtually all of its parkerised finish. The scabbard is also a ‘WWII’ production by ‘Jabez Clegg’ of Walsall 1941 and a ‘Broad Arrow’. The frog is a green ‘37’ pattern webbing example, again in excellent condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 747. (O7 Box 1)
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