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French Spahis Bandolier, Frog & Bayonet - ED 746 / 4307
This is the bandolier worn by Spahis, the French North African light cavalry, recruited from Algeria and Morocco when both countries formed part of the French Empire. The bandoliers passed over each shoulder, joined and were then attached to a belt by strap and buckle. At the join is a frog containing an excellent example of a French 1886/93/16 Epee bayonet for the WW1 Lebel Rifle. It has a brass hilt and no quillon and a 20.5" cruciform blade. In its steel scabbard and all in great condition. The bayonet was worn across the chest. The leather used was dyed dark red. The bandolier has 5 pockets for ammunition. the buckle and compartment studs are brass.
265.00

Unit Marked, Indian Regiment, false edge P. 1917 bayonet & Scabbard - 3421
A rare pattern of 1917 Bayonet with the scarce false edge at the tip of the blade. Unit marked to the Dehli Police on the crossguard and grips. Made by Winchester. It has a nice blade & grips and a nice black leather scabbard with scarce d locket. ( sn. 3421 )
275.00

Early German Mod. 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet - ED 197
A great condition Imperial German pre-WW1 undated Pattern 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet and scabbard for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle without the flash guard to the rear of the handle and with the short incomplete muzzle ring. The ricasso is also un-stamped, but there are a pair of intertwined 'S's' on top of the crossguard, a makers mark I don't know. Lovely grips, pommel and very clean blade. Battle worn steel scabbard stamped "Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf". Price includes free UK delivery.
165.00
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