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*Very Good Condition* British No5 Mk1 Carbine Bayonet, Scabbard and Frog. 19741 - 19741
This is an excellent condition No5 bayonet made by Wilkinsons and is marked to the ripasso with their trademark WSC and a wartime code ‘S297’. The other side of the blade carries a broad arrow and a faint inspection mark. The blade is in near perfect condition, the grips are made of undamaged wood and are held in place by 2 screw bots. The muzzle ring and pommel are blackened. The scabbard is the No5 Mk1 Version *showing service wear* with a steel mouthpiece and is contained in a ’37 pattern green webbing frog. This is a nice early No 5 pattern bayonet set made by Wilkinson Sword. See Skennerton item no. B293-P238 on pages 238 - 241. The price includes U.K. delivery. 19741

**BOER WAR ERA**1900 British WD 1879 Pattern Sawback Bayonet For Martini Henry Artillery Carbines & Scabbard. Sn 19575 - 19575
This is an excellent, original 1879 Pattern Sawback Bayonet for Martini Henry Artillery Carbines. It has a 25 ¾” blade with fuller in the top section and medial ridge in the lower section. It's deep cut saw back is very sharp. The ricasso is faintly marked Crown VR (Victoria Regina) together with WD inspection marks an ‘00’ 1900 date. The bayonet measures 31 ½” overall and has excellent chequered black grips. It has a full steel knuckle guard slotted for wrist strap & stepped steel pommel with steel press button release catch and flat spring inlaid into the grip. The sprung bayonet catch button in the pommel works perfectly. The bayonet is complete with rare to find original steel mounted black leather scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19575

*Scarce* British ‘Constabulary Carbine’ Bayonet. 19555 - 19555
There were 250 of these carbines ordered, initially for the Irish Constabulary and repeat orders were placed in 1839, 1840 and 1845, through the tower (The Lee Enfield carbine has a six-bullet magazine (as against ten in the larger rifle) was in use by the British army cavalry from 1896 to 1907, when it was decided to issue one common rifle to both infantry and cavalry units: the ‘short magazine’ Lee Enfield rifle Mark III). See British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Ian Skennerton & Robert Richardson, pages 80-81 ‘B109’. The double edged fullered blade is 43 cm (54 cm overall). The blade is in good condition with only age related marks. The ribbed brass hilt above crossguard has the correct working button release catch. There is a crown above ‘D’ and 13 on the ripasso. UK delivery for this scarce collectors piece is included in the price. 19555. (Tub)

*Rare* British ‘Jacobs’ Sword Bayonet for the Jacobs Double Military Rifle. 19554 - 19554
A very rare British bayonet made for the Jacob's double military rifle. Circa 1862. In the history of firearms, the military double rifle invented by British General John Jacob of the Indian Army was probably one of the most ambitious designs ever devised. General Jacob was a fascinating person, one of those larger than life mid-19th century characters whose career reads more like a novel than fact. He tamed great portions of India’s wild Northwest Frontier & set up civil administrations. As an improvement on the British issue Brunswick Rifle, which fired a belted round ball, he devised a symmetrical conical projectile with studs that mechanically fit in the rifle’s bore, giving far better accuracy than the Brunswick. He continued his work; to include the invention of a bullet with a fulminate nose plug that exploded upon contact that was felt would be great for blowing up enemy artillery at long distances. At about the same time he invented the double rifle, and figured that style would perfectly suit his rifling system. This double edged, fullered sword bayonet with a pierced half basket hilt, double muzzle ring and a double edged steel blade approx.29 ½” (35” overall) is very impressive indeed. The steel pommel has a working locking spring. The chequered leather slab grips are intact and showing signs of use related wear. The forte has an ordnance stamp. (Bayonet only) The price for this rare piece of history includes UK delivery. 19554.

British No7 Mk1/L Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 6269. - BAYO 6269
This is a British No7 Mk1/Lbayonet with brown tufnol grips. The No7 bayonet was only approve for land service hence the suffix L to the bayonet designation No7 Mk1/L. This is stamped crisply on the blade ricasso. These bayonets were mainly issued to the Guards and occasional use with the Mk5 Sten gun. The bayonet has a swivelling pommel which allowed it to be fixed to the No4 rifle and the Sten sub machine gun. The blade is the standard bowie shape as used on the No5 jungle carbine and successive marks including the No9 and L1A1 series. The scabbard is the standard No5 Mk2 with a brass mouthpiece. See Skennerton pages 243/44, item B299. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 6269. (Box 2)

SOLD SOLD (12/06) British Early Model No5 Mk1 Carbine Bayonet, Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 6268 - BAYO 6268
This is a good condition early model No5 bayonet made by ‘Poole R.O.F’ with their wartime code ‘197’ next to an encircled P. The blade is polished bright, the grips are made of undamaged wood showing minimal signs of wear and are held in place by 2 screw bolts. The muzzle ring and pommel are blackened with a broad arrow and G2 stamped to it only showing minor signs of wear. The scabbard is the No5 Mk1 Version with a steel mouthpiece and is contained in a ’37 pattern green webbing frog. This is a nice early No 5 pattern bayonet set made by ‘Poole’. See Skennerton item no. B293-P238 on pages 238 - 241. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 6268. (Box 2)

British ‘1907’ Bayonet and Scabbard by ‘GEO. Bussey & Co Ltd. BAYO 759. - BAYO 759
The 1907 bayonet was designed to be used with the Short Magazine Lee Enfield (SMLE) rifle. The pattern 1907 bayonet with hooked quillon removed, the important change was decided for the removal was in 1913, and the official approval date was 29/10/13. This bayonet is made by Sanderson which is stamped to the ricasso along with ‘1907’, ‘5’18’ (May 1918) and some inspection marks. The pommel has regimental marks ‘12RF’ and ‘255’ stamped to it, which are the 12th Royal Fusiliers. The blade is in good condition for its age and appears to have been re sharpened. The wooden grips are held with two screws and have aged well. The scabbard is made by ‘GEO. Bussey & Co Ltd’ of 36 and 38 Queen Victoria Street, Peckham, London, which is imprinted t the leather. The furniture is in good condition and the leather stitching is intact. A good 1907 bayonet and scabbard for the collector. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 759. (Box 2)

WWI British ‘P13’ Sword, Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 757. - BAYO 757
This is a great example of the ‘P13’ bayonet, which although designated ‘P13’, fit the ‘P14’ rifle and was not introduced until ‘1916’. It is marked to the blade with ‘1913’ over ‘5’16’ (May 1916) and ‘Remington’ in a circle. The other side of the blade carries British inspection stamps. The blade is in good condition and only showing minor signs of wear. 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 grips have two grooves on either side to distinguish it from the ‘P1907’. The scabbard is also an American made version with steel locket and chape, interchangeable with the ‘P’07’. The leather stitching and furniture on the scabbard are all in good condition. A very nice collectable ‘1913’ bayonet and scabbard in very good used condition. See ‘Skennerton’ item B239, pages 192-194. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 757. (Box 2)

British 1876 ‘Indian Issue’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 750 - BAYO 750
British 1876 Pattern Martini Henry Rifle Socket Bayonet and Scabbard. The new pattern 1876 socket bayonet was approved on 7th June 1876. This is a pattern 1876 Martini Henry rifle socket bayonet with good markings on the blade. Its blade is stamped with the Broad Arrow over WD, an Enfield inspection mark and also an obscure ‘89’ (1889). This bayonet is in very good order. The bayonet measures 25 inches overall with a blade length of 21.7 inches with a socket 3 inches in length. The brass mounted leather scabbard has a broad arrow over W.D. and an Enfield inspection stamp on the top locket *the stitching is loose and showing signs of age related wear. The blade carries Nepalese script suggesting later issue to an Indian unit. See Skennerton item B187 on Pages 145 and 146. The price for this bayonet includes UK delivery. BAYO 750. (Box 1)

British 1856/58 Yatahgan Sword Bayonet And Scabbard. 19292 - 19292
This is an example of the 1856/58 yataghan sword bayonet with ‘Solingen’ trademark on the ricasso. From 1858 the use of more machinery enabled closer tolerances to make bayonets and in doing so made the bayonets interchangeable, instead of bayonets being individually fitted to a particular rifle. This bayonet has a slightly longer leaf spring for the locking bolt and was secured by a screw and not as previously with a rivet on the P 1856 bayonet. See ‘Skennerton’ pages 114/115 item B151. The bayonet is 72cm long with a blade length of 58 ¼ cm and doesn’t appear to have been re sharpened. The grips are made of chequered black leather held by steel pins. The scabbard is made of black leather with steel top mount and chape, all stitching is intact. The price includes UK delivery. 19292. (Armoury)
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