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*SCARCE* WW2 Italian Army ‘R’ Marked Folding Bayonet For Model 1938 Mannlicher & Carcano M91/38 Rifles & Scabbard. Sn 16047. - 16047
This is a scarce, WW2 Italian Folding Bayonet For Model 1938 Mannlicher & Carcano M91/38 Rifles. It has a 7" single edged blade with fuller. The blued blade is clean. It has the correct small muzzle ring and the grip strap is stamped with partially visible letters 'R' (RE Italian Military) and number 'I 96613'. Its press button folding action works perfectly (the button near to the hilt is pressed which allows the blade to be pulled forward and folded into a slot in the handle). When folded the bayonet measures 8 ¾” length & when open 11 ½”. It is complete with black metal scabbard which has a fixed belt bar. The scabbard has no dents and even patina. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16047. (Box 1)

*Matching Numbers* Argentine ‘Modelo Argentino 1891 Bayonet and Scabbard. Sn 7989. - Sn 7989
This bayonet was designed to fit the Modelo Argentino 1891 Mauser Infantry Rifle, manufactured in Germany under contract. Most of these bayonets if not all were manufactured by Weyersberg, Kirschbaum, and Cie as this one is. They are extremely well made and this one is in very good to excellent condition. It is with its aluminium hilt, although some are found with brass hilts (* indicating "Navy" usage) steel crossguard, and hooked "blade-breaker" quillon. The latching mechanism is of the push-button/internal-spring type. The blades are straight, single-edged, and fullered on both sides. The blade is stamped on the ricasso with Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie / Solingen on one side, while on the other is the Argentine Crest (this is usually ground off when released from the arsenal as surplus wares as this one is) and Modelo Argentino 1891 including H 9375 which is slightly worn. The scabbard is sheet-rolled steel, ball finial, and dark "blued" finish (almost black) with matching H9375. Both bayonet and scabbard are stamped with a serial number, beginning with an alpha-character prefix, followed by a 4-digit number. It is desired by collectors that both bayonet and scabbard numbers match; otherwise they are considered mis-matched. The alpha-character indicates the ten-thousand unit, presumed in order from A to Z. The alpha-character A represents the first ten-thousand, so all serial numbers beginning with A are from the first 10,000 of a production order. This would be followed by a B, then C and so on and so forth through the alphabet. In very nice condition with the desired matching numbers. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 7989. (Box 1)

Korean War Period Australian Owen MK I Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 179. - BAYO 179
This is a virtually mint Owen MK 1 bayonet with a parkerised 10" blade with 5" fullers. It was made at Lithgow in 1953 and is stamped to the Lithgow Factory on the ricasso "MA 53". The other side of the ricasso is stamped with the War Department 'Broad Arrow' acceptance mark and the date "54" for acceptance into stores. The slab wood grips carry the correct mark of "Slaz 52". The scabbard is the correct brown leather with steel locket and chape. This is a very nice Korean War period Owen S.M.G. bayonet and Scabbard. (see Skennerton's book, item A13, pages 278 and 279). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 179. (Box 2)

*Matching Numbers* Belgian 1949 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 522 - BAYO 522
This is a Belgian FN 1949 bayonet for the The Fabrique Nationale Model 1949 (often referred to as the FN-49, SAFN, or AFN automatic rifle version) is an auto-loading battle rifle designed by Belgian small arms designer Dieudonné Saive in 1947. It was adopted by the militaries of Argentina, Belgium, the Belgian Congo, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Luxembourg, and Venezuela) which was exported by Belgium to several countries as well as being used by Belgium itself. This is a Luxembourg model as denoted by the markings on the pommel. These are a small crown 14082 SA20 and 14082. The number 14082 is also repeated on the scabbard mouth. BAYO 522. (Box 2)

Danish M5 Bayonet, Scabbard and Webbing Intergral Frog. BAYO 239. - BAYO 239
This is a scarce Danish bayonet issued in 1962. It is identical to the U.S. M5 but is contained in a wood grained scabbard. It was issued in small quantities as the Haerens Tekniske Korps Model 1962. The pommel is stamped with a Crown over 'HTK M62' which signifies the Army Technical Corps Model 1962. The grips are black plastic and secured with two screw bolts. The bayonet has a thumb release tab which is located near to the crossguard, it operates smoothly. The scabbard is wood grained and the top mount carries a crown over HTK The webbing integral frog is a more elaborate version of the American type. This bayonet fits the M1 Garand rifle which Denmark had been using since 1950. The bayonets were made in Germany under licence. Not a common bayonet on the collectors market. See An Illustrated History of bayonets by Martin J Brayley, page 61. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 239. (Box 2)

Argentinian M1909 Sword bayonet, With Wood Grips & Blued Steel Scabbard By Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co, To Fit The M1891 Mauser Rifle. Sn 10880:51 - 10880:51
An Argentine M1909 sword bayonet with wood grips and blued steel scabbard manufactured by Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co, to fit the M1891 Mauser rifle. This was the last variant with wood grips. The bayonet has wood grips, secured with two steel rivets. The pommel is white alloy and has an oval with "R.A." (faint) inside denoting 'Republic of Argentina. It has a push button release. It has a hooked quillon and muzzle ring. The blade is polished steel and Has a single edge and fullers. The blade measures 15 3/4" long. It is in excellent condition. The ricasso is stamped on one side with "Modelo Argentino 1909" above the Argentine crest, below this is has a serial number "B8134". On the reverse it has "Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen". The inscription and crest were usually filed off before sale as obsolete and specimens with the full crest and inscription are very hard to find. The blued steel scabbard has a serial number stamped above the oval frog stud "B2777". This is a rare bayonet in excellent condition and as is to be expected of a German Manufactured bayonet, of top quality. (see Page 1 item No 3, in White & Watts 'The Bayonet Book'). The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 10880:51 (Box 2)

*Scarce* India Pattern 1907 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 439. - BAYO 439
This is a scarce India 1907 ‘Ishapore’ bayonet made from 1914 and identical to the British model 1907 bayonet except for the markings on the ricasso. This carries the royal cypher of crown over ‘G.R.I & 1907’ followed by 9 20 (September 1920) & R.F.I. (Rifle Factory Ishapore). The other side carries a broad arrow and inspection stamps. Skennerton states that some of these bayonets have been noted with locally made brass chapes and lockets which was an official variation; this example is in one of these scabbards. It is rare to find one of these bayonets in original condition, as most were cut down in WWII. This is a nice variant for the 1907 pattern collector. See Skennerton – Indian section item 149 page 346. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 439. (Box 2)

*Scarce/Mint* India Pattern No1 MkII Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 438. - BAYO 438
This is a mint condition India pattern No1 MkII* bayonet with a new blade, no fuller and a false edge to the tip of the blade. The blade carries MkII over 9 43 & JU. See Skennerton item 154 on page 349 where he states that not all of the conversions with the false edge to the tip were marked with the *. ‘J U’ is as yet an un-identified maker. The scabbard is a shortened No1 version; the leather is showing signs of wear but as with the stitching and metalwork is intact. A nice mint variation for the India pattern collector. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 438. (Other Countries Box 2)

*Scarce/Mint* Israeli UZI Sub Machine Gun Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 436. - BAYO 436
This is a mint UZI sub machine gun bayonet with a parkerised 17 cm blade which is virtually unmarked. These bayonets were made by both Israeli Military Industries (I.M.I) & licenced to Belgian Firearms Giant F.N., neither version carries any markings, but some were made with a metal scabbard and some with a plastic version. This example has the metal scabbard which is in near perfect condition. Although millions of UZI ‘S.M.G’s were made, the bayonet is not common. This is a nice mint, hard to come by example. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 436. (Box 2)

*Scarce* Indian Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 419. - BAYO 419
This is a nice scarce version of the India pattern series of bayonets. The blade shows MK-I* but is the later variant of the No I Mk II shown in Skennertons book as No 153 on page 349. It has the freshly made unfullered blade and is not a cut down No I Mk-1* with fullers extending to the tip. It is dated ‘8 42’ denoting manufacture in August 1942. The wooden grips are in very good condition with minor service wear to the inside top of the left hand grip *see images*. The maker is ‘JU’ which is an unknown maker according to Skennerton. The scabbard is a cut down No I. The leather, stitching and metalwork is all in very good order. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 419. (Box 3)
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