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British, WW1 Era, General Service Buff Leather Bayonet Frog For The P 1907 Bayonet. - L 265
This is a buff leather bayonet frog adapted to take the P 1907 bayonet and was introduced in 1914 as a simpler way of altering General Service buff leather bayonet frogs to accept the P 1907 bayonet. The frogs were not altered but a leather piece was inserted and secured with 2 rivets. This modification caused the P 1907 bayonets to move further away and clear the leather frog. See Plate 93, Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter. All of the stitching and rivets are intact on the frog. The price includes UK delivery. L 265

Italian WW2 Era, Model 1891 Carcano Leather Bayonet Frog. - L 262
This is an original WW2 era Italian black leather bayonet frog for the Model 1891 knife bayonet fitted to the Model 1891 Mannlicher-Carcano service rifle. The leather frog is in excellent condition with no rips or tears. The stitching is complete and in good order. See item 337, Carter, Bayonet Belt Frogs Part II. The price includes UK delivery. (Belts Box). L 262

Italian WW2 Era, RARE, Model Italian Tropical Model 1870 Sword Bayonet Webbing and Leather Bayonet Frog. - L 263
This is a rare Italian leather and canvas bayonet frog for the Model 1870 sword bayonet. The leather part of the frog is a mid-tan in colour and is in excellent condition with no rips or tears. The stitching is complete and in good order. The leather frog is attached to a buff webbing strap by stitching and forms a belt loop. The frog measures 10 inches in length. At the rear of the frog is marked in old worn ink REGALBUTO SICILY 1943. The battle of Regalbuto was part of Operation Hardgate and began on the 29th of July. This was a pincer manoeuvre to capture Adrano and was in full swing on August 1, 1943. On one pincer was the 1st Canadian Division at Regalbuto and the other was the 78th Division, supplemented with the 3rd Canadian Brigade. The Germans, particularly the Panzer-Division Hermann Göring, were told to hold the line, but had been bombed continually by the RCAF flying out of Tunisia. Once again, the Panzer-Division Hermann Göring were matched against the Canadians in Regalbuto. Regalbuto was captured on August 2, 1943. See item 343, Carter, Bayonet Belt Frogs Part II.The price for this bayonet frog with its history includes UK delivery. (Belts Box). L 263

Inter War, 1921 Dated 1907 Pattern, Australian, Lithgow, Bayonet, Double Seamed Leather Scabbard & 1908 Pattern Webbing Frog. ED 2266 - ED 2266
An excellent Australian, Inter World War dated example of the Pattern 1907 bayonet for the SMLE rifle complete with scabbard & frog. The ricasso of the bayonet is stamped by the manufacturer ' Lithgow', '1907 Within Shield' (Pattern) and '2 21' (Feb 1921). The reverse is stamped with 'A' within Star inspection marks. The blade is in superb clean condition and it's wood grips are undamaged and perfectly secure. The pommel is stamped ' A76149'. It is complete with a nice original steel mounted double seamed brown leather Scabbard. All stitching of the scabbard is intact. The rear of the scabbard has some service wear to the surface of the body. The leather is stamped with faint lettering most likely 'Mangrovite' (Mangrovite Belting Ltd, Australia). Also included is an original 1908 webbing frog. Price for this excellent Australian, Lithgow, Bayonet complete with Scabbard & Frog includes UK delivery. (NB. A WW2 Dated Australian Lithgow SMLE Rifle is available on this site). ED 2266.

British WWI Improvised Trench Knuckle Duster/Fighting Knife Made from the ‘07’ Pattern Bayonet & Scabbard. 20012:2. - 20012:2
With the exception of the German Nahkampfmesser or (close combat knife), most early trench knives were fabricated by hand by individual soldiers or blacksmiths for the purpose of silently killing sentries and other soldiers during trench raids. These early "trench knives" were often shortened and sharpened Army-issue bayonets. One type of stabbing weapon, the French Nail, was made by cutting and pointing the steel stakes used to support the barbed wire protecting trenches. Some historians say that some trench knives models were inspired by the Bowie knife. Soon afterwards, these fabricated trench knives were used in defensive close-quarters trench warfare, and such fighting soon revealed limitations in existing designs. This unique example has been fashioned from the ‘07’ pattern bayonet. The push button release has been removed and now holds the top of the ‘knuckle duster’ hand guard. The single edged fullered blade now measures 19 ¾ cm (32 ½ cm overall). The blade retains 75% of its original paint. The wooden grips are in very good condition. The scabbard has been expertly shortened to accommodate the blade. The leather and stitching are in excellent condition and the metalwork still retains some of its original paint. A very unique piece for the collector or enthusiast. The price includes UK delivery. 20012:2. (Trench Daggers).

WW2, Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet By Nagoya Arsenal, Scabbard & Leather Frog. - BAYO 267
This is a nice Japanese Arisaka Type 30 bayonet with hooked quillon and made by the Nagoya Arsenal complete with its steel scabbard and leather frog. The Nagoya Arsenal was established in 1923 with factories in Atsuta, Kozo, Toriimatsu and Tachikawa. The Arsenal managed research and development of new weapons as well as the manufacture of weapons. The blade retains all of its original blued finish and measures 15 ½ “with fullers. The blade is marked to the ricasso with the trademark of the Nagoya Arsenal. The grips are wooden held by two screw bolts and the pommel is numbered 41154. The scabbard retains much of its original blued finish and is a small ball tipped metal version. The Type 30 three piece leather frog has a makers mark on the rear (illustrated). The leather scabbard retaining strap is split. See, Bayonets of Japan by Raymond. C. Labar, pages 149-152. The price includes U.K. delivery. (Box 2). BAYO 267

*WWI British ‘P13’ Mk1 Sword, Bayonet Enfield Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 266. - BAYO 266
This is a great example of the ‘P13’ bayonet, which although designated ‘P13’, fit the ‘P14’ 303 rifle and was not introduced until ‘1916’. It is marked to the blade with ‘1913’ over ‘1 16’ (Jan 1916) and ‘Remington’ in a circle. The other side of the blade carries British inspection stamps including bend mark and Broad Arrow. The vast majority of these bayonets were made in America by ‘Remington and Winchester’ with only a few made in England by ‘Vickers’. The wooden unmarked grips have two grooves on either side to distinguish it from the ‘P1907’. The pommel is marked ‘247’ to one side. The scabbard is a British Enfield ‘No1 MKI’ with a teardrop frog stud which has a Broad arrow E.N.F and ‘78’. The frog is a leather version in excellent condition. The leather and metalwork on the scabbard and frog are in excellent order with all stitching in place. A very nice collectable ‘1913’ bayonet. See ‘White & Watts’ No 826 pages 395 & 324. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 266. (Box 3)

British 1903 Pattern Volunteer / Militia Bayonet By Wilkinson & Land Pattern Brown Leather Scabbard With Integral Frog. Sn 15723. - 15723
This 1903 pattern bayonet was made by Wilkinson. The bayonet has a 12” polished steel blade with medial ridge. The ricasso is manufactuer marked ‘Wilkinson London’. The grips are wood held by 2 screw bolts. It has a blackened steel cross guard with muzzle ring and steel pommel with oil hole and sprung lug button. The land pattern scabbard is made of brown leather and has the correct integral frog and internal chape. There are no WD marks on the bayonet or scabbard indicating that this is a militia or volunteer piece. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15723

British 1888 Mark II Lee Metford Bayonet By Wilkinson and MK I Scabbard. Sn 14039:3 - 14039:3
This is an early Edwardian, Lee Metford, 1888 Mark II bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford rifle. The bayonet blade which is in good clean condition, double edged and unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is also marked with a Crown over "E.R. 12 01 Wilkinson London" (Manufactured December 1901). The reverse is stamped with the broad arrow and an inspection stamp. The grips are of wood, held together with two brass rivets and are stamped"49" over "W" below a Crown. There is an oil clearance hole in both of the grips. The bayonet is contained in a standard 1888 MK I pattern scabbard. (See Skennerton's item B215 pages 170-173). Sn 14039:3.

South African No 9 Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 138. - BAYO 138
This is a bayonet unique to South Africa and was made, probably by Armscor in the 1960's to fit the No 4 Rifle. They were made using the No 9 type socket and an Uzi blade as South Africa was already using the Uzi Sub Machine Gun. These bayonets were issued to local defence groups known as 'Commandos' who were using the No 4 rifle. The scabbard is the original metal scabbard from the Uzi bayonet but new nylon scabbards were also used. (See Skennerton's book, item 56, page 370). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 138.
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