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British 1961 Dated WD Enfield L1A3 Bayonet With NATO Stores Code, No.5 Scabbard & Webbing Frog. BAYO 173. - BAYO 173
This is a British L1A3 bayonet and scabbard (see Skennerton’s book, British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book, page 261, item B322). The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. The bayonet has a blackened pommel. Both grips have the designation L1A3, NATO stores number 9600257 & D (Enfield). The 8” drop point steel blade is single edged and has fullers. There are no visible marks on the blade, 61 (1961) is stamped to one side of the ricasso. The bayonet has its original near mint No5 metal scabbard with brass mouth piece and is fitted with an original webbing frog. The rear of the frog has stores codes and WD arrow. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 173. (Box 1)
£245.00

*Scarce* 1946 Dated British No5 Mk1 Carbine Bayonet by ‘Poole Arsenal’, Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 172. - BAYO 172
This is an excellent condition 1946 dated No5 bayonet made by ‘Poole Arsenal’ (Poole only made limited quantities of this bayonet post-war, thus making it very rare) and is marked to the ripasso with their trademark ‘P’. The blade is in excellent condition; the grips are made of undamaged wood and are held in place by 2 screw bolts. The muzzle ring and pommel are blackened. The scabbard is the No5 Mk1 Version *showing very minor service wear* with a steel mouthpiece and is contained in a ’37 pattern khaki webbing frog. This is a nice early No 5 pattern bayonet set made by Poole Arsenal. See Skennerton item no. B293 on page 238. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 172. (Box1)
£395.00

British ‘L1A3’ B.S.A. Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog BAYO 171. - BAYO 171
This is a British L1A3 bayonet and scabbard (see Skennerton’s book, British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book, pages 261 – B322). The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. The bayonet has a blackened pommel and cross guard with muzzle ring *some black paint missing revealing drab olive beneath. Both grips have the designation L1A3, NATO stores number 9600257 followed by the makers code ‘B’ (B.S.A.). The 8” drop point steel blade is single edged and has fullers. There are no visible marks on the blade. The bayonet has its original No5 MK II metal scabbard brass mouth piece and is fitted with an original webbing frog. The rear of the frog has stores codes and WD arrow. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 171. (Box 1)
£245.00

‘1888’ MkII Regimentally Marked Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Bayonet & Scabbard. 19849. - 19849
A double-edged 12” blade with steel cross guard and muzzle ring. The pommel is regimentally marked A.S.H. (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders) and numbered 170. The ricasso is marked with crowned ‘VR’ over ‘01’. The reverse marked with Broad Arrow over ‘E.F.D.’ (Enfield). The wooden slab grips are in good condition and are secured with 2 brass rivets. The bayonet is contained in a leather scabbard with steel mounts, the leather and furniture are in good condition and all of the stitching is in place. The blade and metal work is in very good condition, only showing minor signs of age related wear. See ‘British & Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Ian D. Skennerton & Robert Richardson, page 171-item B215. The price includes UK delivery. 19849. (Box 1)
£345.00

British 1887 MKIII Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 169. - BAYO 169
The pattern 1887 MKIII is distinctive in that there are no fullers in the blade. The blade is 46 ½ cm (60 ¼ cm overall). There is a WD and arrow above crown to one side of the ricasso and ‘89’ below crown (manufactured in 1889) to the other side. There is a sale mark to the pommel.The leather chequered grips are held with two pins and are in fair condition. The leather scabbard is in equally good condition with the steel furniture, leather and stitching all in good condition. See ‘British & Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Ian D. Skennerton and Robert Richardson item B207 page 163. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 169. (Box 1)
£325.00

British 1903 (Not Converted) Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 166. - BAYO 166
In the 1902 financial year, 375 each of the short and long experimental models were made for trials. The short model was a trials version of the eventual patt. It was the short version that was eventually decided upon for introduction with the new short rifle. Provisionally approved on 14th December 1902, the pattern 1903 sword bayonet was announced in the list of changes para, 11716 with an approval date of 19th December. Made at Enfield (unconverted) the blade length is: 30 ½ cm (42 cm overall) and is in good overall condition. The WD arrow is above EFD and crown to one side and crown over 1903 and numerous inspection stamps. The wooden grips are held with two pins *spring catch not working*. The pommel has ‘5 84’ imprinted. See British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Ian D. Skennerton page 181, item B230. The scabbard is land pattern MKI and is in good overall condition with the stitching in place *missing its integral frog*. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 166. (Box 1)
£325.00

British 1887 MKIII Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 165. - BAYO 165
The pattern 1887 MKIII is distinctive in that there are no fullers in the blade. The Wilkinson as this one is, are clearly marked on the ricasso, and the contractor was given discretionary power as to the mode of securing the cross piece, by riveting or brazing. The blade is 46 ½ cm (60 ¼ cm overall). There is a WD and arrow to one side of the ricasso and ‘181 above crown and ‘89’ (manufactured in 1889) above ‘Wilkinson Sword Company London’ amongst other inspection stamps (see pictures). The leather chequered grips are held with two pins and are in very nice condition. The leather scabbard thought to have been used by Indian troops is in equally good condition with the brass furniture, leather and stitching all in good condition. The chape has a ‘24’ imprinted and other stamps on the throat. See ‘British & Commonwealth Bayonets’ by Ian D. Skennerton and Robert Richardson. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 165. (Box 1)
£345.00

*Very Rare* Unit Marked Indian Regiment False Edge ‘P 1917’ Bayonet & Leather Scabbard. 3421 - 3421
A very rare pattern of a 1917 Bayonet with the scarce false edge at the tip of the blade. It is unit marked to the Delhi Police on the cross guard and grips. The bayonet is made by Winchester. The blade is marked with the flaming grenade above U.S. and 1917 above the Winchester motif to the other. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are in very good condition, marked D.P. both sides (Delhi Police) and one side of the cross guard. It comes with and a nice black leather scabbard with good leather and stitching with scarce ‘D’ locket. 3421.
£275.00

SOLD SOLD (12/02) **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
£0.00

*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)
£495.00
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