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*Scarce* WWI German Seitengewehr Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser 'Sawback Butcher Knife' Bayonet by Mauser A.G. Oberndorf Complete with Steel Scabbard and Leather Frog. 21240. - 21240
This is a scarce later version of the M1898/05 saw back ‘Seitengewehr’ bayonet, made by Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf a.n. and is crisply marked to the blade with their name *very light age related staining to the blade*. The‘Seitengewehr’ was issued to NCO’s of the foot artillery and it also replaced the 98/02 bayonet used by the Pioneers. The spine carries the crown over W 17 (1917 date of manufacture). The wooden grips with flash guard are held with two pins and are very good order. These saw back versions are not common as they were made in smaller numbers initially, and most had their saw backs removed after Britain condemned them as barbarous. The scabbard is the steel version with frog stud and ball finial. The leather frog which accompanies the scabbard has a nice patina and all of the stitching is intact. See pages 114 and 124 item No 270 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’ for reference. The price includes UK delivery. 21240. (Box 1)
£575.00

British, Scarce, 1943 Dated, Lanchester S.M.G. Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 445. - BAYO 445
This is a Pattern 1907 pattern bayonet manufactured by Wilkinson Sword Company during WWII for use with the Lanchester submachine gun manufactured by the Sterling Armaments Company between 1941 and 1945. The Lanchaster is a copy of the German MP28/II gun and was manufactured in two versions, Mk.1 and Mk.1*; the latter was a simplified version of the original Mk.1, with no fire selector and simplified sights. The gun was mainly used by the Royal Navy during the Second World War, and to a lesser extent by the Royal Air Force Regiment (for airfield protection). The gun was named after George Herbert Lanchester who was charged with producing the weapon at the Sterling Armaments Company. The bayonet is recognisable by the markings to the blade of Crown over G.R. 1907 S294 (Wilkinson Wartime Code) W.S.C. (Wilkinson Sword Company) and 11 43 (November 1943). The other side of the blade bears a crowned Enfield inspection mark. These bayonets were mainly used by the Royal Navy but also used in small numbers by the other services. The scabbards leather, stitching and metalwork are all in very good condition. The metalwork retains most of the white painted finish from Royal Navy issue. See ‘British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Ian D. Skennerton, item B281 pages 230-231. This is a scarce bayonet particularly with R.A.F. regiment markings. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 445. (P07 Box)
£345.00

**MATCHING MANUFACTURER MARKS**WW1 1916 Imperial German Waffenfabrik Mauser Pattern 98/05 Sawback 'Butcher Bayonet' With Hessian Cord & Tasselled Knot & Waffenfabrik Mauser Marked Scabbard. Sn 21142 - 21142
An excellent, original German WW1 Mauser 98/05 'Butcher Bayonet'. The bayonet has the correct un-damaged 9 groove wooden grips which are secured with two original screw bolts. It’s a push button spring release operates as it should. The cross guard correctly has no muzzle ring. The steel blade is crisply marked by the manufacturer ‘Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf a.N’. The spine has date mark ‘16’ (1916) below Imperial inspection mark. The steel pommel also has an Imperial inspection mark. The clean blade measures 14 ¼” long (19 ¾” overall) & has the correct deep cut, sharp, sawback. The hilt is fitted with an original period Hessian cord & tasselled knot. Its original steel scabbard has just light staining to be expected with age and service use. The scabbard has the correct frog bar. The scabbard is stamped with matching Waffenfabrik Mauser manufacture mark (illustrated). The price for this excellent WW1 bayonet & scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 21142
£575.00

*Scarce* WWI German ‘Machine Gunners’ Bayonet and Scabbard. 21133. - 21133
A Scarce WWI German Machine Gunner's bayonet. Soon after war broke out in 1914 new bayonets were issued, and they became one of the standard bayonets of the First World War There was at least one other bayonet, part of an export order, and subsequently diverted to the German forces. This is the model sometimes referred to as ‘the machine gunners bayonet’, having a one piece grip with nine grooves cut into the front edge. Although it will fit on a ‘98’ rifle, the channel in the mortise that allows for the passage of the cleaning rod is angular and not round. It has a 35cm single-edged blade and is spear tipped (50cm overall), the ricasso is stamped with a maker's mark *see images*, it has a curved quillon, wooden grip, and white metal pommel and measures 50cms overall. The metalwork is good, the blade is very clean. The wooden grips have minor age related marks that can be seen in the images. The steel scabbard has the odd dent use related but nothing major. See pages 115 & 128 No 281 of Watts & White. The price includes UK delivery. 21133.
£895.00

British P1887 MK.I Enfield Martini Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. 21128. - 21128
The 1st pattern Enfield Martini bayonet was designed to fit beneath the barrel, the crossguard being provided with a hole for the clearing rod. The locking mechanism utilises a leaf spring. A 2nd pattern Enfield Martini rifle was also produced and the records for the years 1887 & 1888 indicate that 23,569 second pattern bayonets were manufactured. The 2nd pattern Enfield Martini bayonets were modified and subsequently became the pattern 1887 Mark I sword bayonet. This was approved on 13th May 1887. Blade length; 18.3”, overall length; 23.6” (muzzle; 18mm). The blade is in good condition with staining consistent with its age. One side of the ricasso is marked ‘/87 and the other ‘WD’ below Broad Arrow and ‘E over 77’. The spine has markings, see images. The fish scale grips are good and intact with a few minor use related marks. The leather scabbard is in good order with all stitching in place. The brass furniture is good with minor use related knocks which are visible in the images *slight movement in locket but intact*. See pages 382 No 792 of The Bayonet Book by Watts & White for similar. The price includes UK delivery. 21128. (Box 3)
£375.00

SOLD SOLD (29/03) Swiss M1914 Sawback Bayonet and Scabbard for the Schmidt-Rubin M1911 by Manufacturer ‘Elsener-Schwyz’. 21127. - 21127
The M1914 Schmidt-Rubin sawback bayonet was highly likely the last sawback bayonet to be produced by any country (see page 272 No 607 in The Bayonet Book by Watts & White). The M1914 bayonet has a blade the same length as the M1906 bayonet and is likewise fullered on one side only, but the sawback portion of the blade is longer. It has wooden grips secured by rivets which are in excellent condition and a spatulate type crossguard. The spring catch works as it should and the pommel is unmarked. The blade is in excellent condition and is clearly marked to one side with the manufacturers name ‘ELSENER SCHWYZ’. The leather scabbard has a nice patina and is un-damaged, as is the metalwork. A leather belt attachment is connected to the scabbard. The price for this very clean M1914 Sawback and scabbard includes UK delivery. 21127. (Other Countries Box 2)
£0.00

Swiss Schmidt-Rubin M1918 Bayonet with Scabbard and Leather Frog. ED 2090. - ED 2090
This Swiss Schmidt-Rubin M1918 Bayonet was made by Waffenfabrik Neuhausen which is stamped clearly to the ricasso on one side. It was manufactured for the M1911 short rifle and later used on the M1931 rifle. See pages 266 & 272 No 608 of The Bayonet Book by John Watts and Peter White. The blade us in very good condition, as is the wooden grip *see images*. The crossguard has the No –353378? stamped to it and a letter ‘P’ stamped to the pommel *light staining*. The scabbard has an inspection mark and is in good condition. The leather frog has the maker which is illegible and a number 45 Stamped to it. The leather and stitching is in fair order and is intact. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2090. (Box 2)
£225.00

British 1860 Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard For The P1860 Enfield Sergeants Rifle. BAYO 250. - BAYO 250
This is a yataghan bladed bayonet for the 1860 Enfield short rifle used on the 5 groove 1860 pattern sergeants rifle with the heavier barrel. This is a good example of the yataghan bayonet that has no manufacturers markings except for the number 232 on the pommel. The riveted chequered leather grips are in excellent condition and are held on by four steel rivets. The bayonet is complete with its steel mounted leather scabbard with an oval frog stud. See Skennerton, item B152 on pages 113 – 121. This price includes UK delivery. Sn. BAYO 250.
£245.00

*Scarce* WWI German Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser ‘Sawback/ 'Butcher' Bayonet by Mauser A.G. Oberndorf Complete with Steel Scabbard and Original Leather Frog. 20989. - 20989
This is a scarce version of the S98/05 saw back ‘Seitengewehr’ bayonet, made by Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf a.n. and is marked to the blade with their name . The blade is good with some age related staining. The‘Seitengewehr’ was issued to NCO’s of the foot artillery and it also replaced the 98/02 bayonet used by the Pioneers. The spine carries the crown over W 17 (1917 date of manufacture). Blade length; 367mm – 498mm overall. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are very good order. These saw back versions are not common as they were made in smaller numbers initially, and most had their saw backs removed after Britain condemned them as barbarous. The scabbard is the steel version with frog stud and ball finial with Waffenamt stamp and very tidy original leather frog imprinted ‘A.MIKLER-KNOFF SATTLER MUNCHEN 1914’. See pages 114 and 124 item No 269 of Watts & White ‘The Bayonet Book’ for similar. The price includes UK delivery. 20989. (Box 1)
£695.00

Pattern 1903 Bandoleer Equipment Belt Frog. L 263 - L 263
In the late 19th Century the Volunteer Battalions of regiments purchased their equipment through the Territorial Associates. The brown leather Slade-Wallace equipment was frequently only loosely based on the official patterns and produced by private contractors. In 1903 the new brown leather Bandoleer equipment was introduced to replace the Slade-Wallace buff leather. This is a lighter brown leather frog with tooled edges and brass buckle. The slight dent in the top edge of the front section on the left ws caused by the crossguard of either the P1888 or P 1903 bayonet. This example is in very nice condition with all stitching and metalwork intact. See No 102 on pages 26 & 27 of Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter for reference. The price for this scarce item includes UK delivery. L 263.
£195.00
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