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*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)
£425.00

*Scarce* WWII British Lee Enfield No 4 MK 1 Cruciform Spike Bayonet By ‘SM’ (Singer Manufacturing Co) with Mk 1 Scabbard and Webbing Frog. BAYO 292. - BAYO 292
An excellent, original, Lee Enfield No.4 MK 1 spike bayonet with cruciform blade in its original scabbard. The socket is stamped No. 4 MK.1 and by the manufacturer 'SM' The Singer Manufacturing Co (The first No 4 bayonet manufacturer was a branch of the Singer Manufacturing Company in Clydebank near Glasgow in Scotland. Singer normally made Sewing machines. Singer was the first company contracted to make No 4 bayonets and produced the No 4 Mk I and No 4 Mk II bayonets. The No 4 Mk I bayonet was exclusively produced by Singer in relatively small quantities they produced only 75,000 of them). Its 8” cruciform blade is undamaged and its ribbed locking catch works as it should *slight surface rust*. The bayonet's scabbard is in similar excellent condition with no dents as is the webbing frog. See ‘Skennerton’ pages 214-215 – ‘B266’. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 292.
£325.00

British, Volunteer Battalions P. 1903 Pattern Leather Bayonet Frog For The Pattern 1903 Bayonet. - L 270
This is a British Volunteer pattern black leather bayonet frog for the P1903 bayonet issued with the SMLE rifle. This was a new pattern of frog to replace the Slade Wallace buff leather frogs. The back of the frog is made by Hiatt’s of Birmingham in 1922 and us stamped on the back HIATT B’HAM 1922 A similar one can be seen on Plate 79, Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter. All of the stitching is intact on the frog. [Belts box]. The price includes UK delivery. L 270
£175.00

WWI British ‘P13’ Sword, Bayonet and Scabbard and Dated M.E.Co Webbing Frog. 11523:5 - 11523:5
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 ‘11’16’ (November 1916) and a ‘W’ for Winchester. The other side of the blade carries British inspection stamps- bend mark and Broad Arrow etc. The blade is in good condition and only showing minor signs of wear. The pommel is marked to one side ‘ TR 556’. 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 are stamped ‘775’ to one side and have two grooves on either side to distinguish it from the ‘P1907’ the wood is in good undamaged condition. 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. The webbing frog is intact and is marked M.E.Co (Mills Equipment Company) 1943 with Broad Arrow. A very nice collectable ‘1913’ bayonet scabbard and Mills frog in very good used condition. See ‘Skennerton’ item B239, pages 192-194. The price includes U.K. delivery. 11523:5. (Box 3)
£225.00

*Very Good Condition* WWII British No5 Bayonet and No5 MkI Scabbard. BAYO 313. - BAYO 313
This is a very good wartime No5 bayonet by Wilkinson (When Henry Nock died in 1804, he left the company to his foreman and adopted son-in-law, James Wilkinson when James's son Henry Wilkinson joined the company it was renamed James Wilkinson & Son (also known as simply Wilkinson & Son). It became the Wilkinson Sword Company in 1891) and carries their wartime code of ‘S294 & W.S.C’ to the blade which is in good polished condition. The blade, metalwork and grips are in excellent order- the grips have minor signs of use related wear *see images*. See Skennerton item B293 pages 238 & 241. The scabbard is the early No5 MkI with steel mouthpiece and is virtually unmarked retaining the majority of its paint. A lovely WWII example in excellent condition, the price includes UK delivery. BAYO 313. (Box 3)
£395.00

SOLD SOLD (12/03) British, Volunteer Pattern Leather Bayonet Frog For The Pattern 1887 and Pattern 1888 Bayonets. - L 269
This is a British Volunteer pattern bayonet frog for the P 1887 and P 1888 bayonet A similar one can be seen on Plate 79, Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1 by Anthony Carter. All of the stitching is intact on the frog. The price includes UK delivery. L 269
£0.00

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
£175.00

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).
£675.00

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 12/01) British No7 MK 1L Bayonet for the No 4 Rifle & MK V Sten Sub Machine Gun with Swivel Handle Scabbard & Webbing Frog. BAYO 272. - BAYO 272
An original No 7 MK 1 L, bayonet with swivelling pommel made for the No 4 rifle and MK V Sten Sub Machine Guns. The 'L' designation is for Land Service. The bayonet has a 7 3/4” blade (12 ¼” overall) with bowie knife style blade and deep fuller to both sides. The blade is stamped on the ricasso 'No 7 MK1/L' and there are no visible manufacturer marks. The blade and red Tufnell grip are in good condition. The scabbard is the No 5 Mark1 with the steel mouthpiece. The scabbard is fitted with an original webbing pattern ’37 green frog with M.W.&S LTD 1956 AF0261 & 64 & 96 stamped to the rear. See Skennerton item B299 on page 243 for further information. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 272.
£0.00

*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)
£275.00
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