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Norwegian M1894 Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 326 - BAYO 326
This is a Norwegian M1894 short bayonet for the Norwegian 1894 Krag Jorgensen rifle. These bayonets were made at the Konesberg Arsenal in Norway or at the OEWG Arsenal in Austria. This is a Norwegian produced bayonet and carries a crowned K marking on the blade together with inspection stamps and a controllers inistials on the other. The crossguard carries the number 106144 which is repeated on the scabbard throat. It is unusual to find these bayonets with matching numbers as most have been re-married when in for re-furbishment etc. The bayonet is held in place by a press stud locking device which also operates the locking device for the rifle. The grips are of plane wood held by one screw which also acts as a pivot for the locking catch. The blade is single edged for most of its length apart for a short ½” length at the tip. The steel scabbard retains most of its original black finish. These bayonets were still in use in 1940 when Norway was overrun by the Germans and were used by German second line and security troops during the occupation. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets item 526 on pages 229 and 235. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 326
£125.00

Belgian 1949 Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 522 - BAYO 522
This is a Belgian FN 1949 bayonet 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. See sold items in other country’s bayonet section BAYO 522
£125.00

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
£175.00

Belgian 1949 Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 522 - BAYO 522
This is a Belgian FN 1949 bayonet 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. See sold items in other country’s bayonet section BAYO 522
£125.00

Australian Korean War Period (1952 Dated) Mark 1 Owen Machine Gun Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 518 - BAYO 518
This is a very early Owen machine gun bayonet newly made at Lithgow on 1952. Skennerton states that production did not start at Lithgow until 1953. The blade carries a broad arrow over ’52 and an O over a broad arrow and I on the other side with X MA on the other. (MA is the Lithgow mark). The blade is 10 inches long with a 5 inch fuller and is heavily blued. The grips are made of wood and are stamped SLAZ 51. The scabbard is a shortened Mk1 and has a feint MANGROVITE stamped into the rear next to the seam. The frog is a standard ’37 webbing pattern version. This is a very nice Korean War period Owen sub machine gun bayonet in virtually mint condition. See Skennerton item A13 on pages 278 and 279. Price for includes UK delivery. BAYO 518
£275.00

WW2, 1943 Dated India Pattern No 1 MK.II Bayonet And Scabbard. BAYO 515 - BAYO 515
This is a WW2, 1943 dated Indian Pattern No. 1, MK II bayonet and leather scabbard. This is a newly made and not a converted 1907 bayonet. The bayonet is marked on the blade with a crown over G.R.I. followed by MK II 4 43 (April 1943) and R.F.I. (Rifle Factory Ishapore). The other side of the blade has various inspection stamps. The blade is 11.9 inches long, is unfullered and has no false edge. The bayonet has slab wood grips which are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the correct release button which operates smoothly and it has a clearance hole. The bayonet is in its original No1 MkI leather scabbard with steel mounts and a round frog stud. The frog is the pattern ’37 webbing one. See Skennerton, item 153 on pages 346 - 352. The price includes UK Delivery. BAYO 515
£195.00

WW2 India Pattern No1 MkIII* Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 513 - BAYO 513
This is a nice and crisply marked No1 MkIII* India pattern bayonet. The blade carries the crown over GRI and MKII over 13 44 (December 1944 date) and R.F.I.. This bayonet was therefore made at the Rifle Factory Ishapore in December 1944. The bayonet has the squared pommel and parallel tang and grips which was a feature of these later bayonets, done in order to; save on machining time. The bayonet has an 11.9 inch blade with a false edge to the tip and carried several inspectors stamps. Many of these bayonets are marked on the blade as MK II when in fact the official designation was No 1 MK III*. The bayonet is contained in its original long No1 MKI scabbard with a tear drop frog stud. The frog is a P ’37 webbing version. See Skennerton item 156 on pages 346 – 356, in particular his comments of page 350 for items 155 and 156. This is a nice India pattern variation bayonet. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 513
£195.00

India Pattern Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 512 - BAYO 512
This is an Indian conversion of an original pattern 1907 bayonet by shortening the blade and giving it a false edge at the tip. The fuller runs through to the tip and many of these were converted during the war before the later un-fullered blade versions were introduced. Skennerton shows a similar one as item 152 on page 348. However, many were converted in the 1950s and this is likely to be one of these as the false edge has more of a pronounced bowie shape. There are feint markings on the blade but all the metal parts have been polished or chromed, possibly for parade use. The scabbard is a shortened P 1907 version and the frog is a Pattern ’37 webbing one which is dated 1942. This is an interesting variation for the India pattern bayonet collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 512
£225.00

SOLD SOLD (25/06) EARLY PRODUCTION, WW2 Japanese Kokura Arsenal Type 30 Arisaka Rifle Sword Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 285 - BAYO 285
This is a nice Type 30 bayonet from the Kokura arsenal. The blade carries the 4 ring Kokura Arsenal mark and the pommel has very faint serial number which appears to be 66609, this would put it’s manufacture in the early production series (see item L8-73 Bayonets Of Japan by Labar. This example has a blued blade which would suggest refurbishment at some point in its life as original early production blades were bright finish. There are no other marks on this bayonet or its original metal scabbard which is blued and has no dents. A nice clean example. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 285
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (16/06). VERY RARE, WW1 1914 ANZAC GALLIPOLI ERA, Australian Lithgow, 1st Type Hook Quillon 1907 Pattern Sword Bayonet, Regiment Marked ‘A.1.C. 342’, 1916 Enfield Scabbard & 1915 Dated 1914 Pattern Leather Frog By Martins Birmingham . Sn 17379 - 17379
Each year on ANZAC Day Australians & New Zealanders mark the anniversary of the Gallipoli landings of 25 April 1915. On that day, thousands of young men, far from their homes, stormed the beaches on the Gallipoli Peninsula in what is now Turkey. For eight long months, British, Australian and new Zealand troops, alongside their allies battled harsh conditions and heavily armed Ottoman forces. By the time the campaign ended, more than 130,000 men had died including more than 8,700 Australians. 1st type 1907 pattern bayonets with hook quillon were introduced in 1908 (see page 186 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton). This is a very rare, original, 1st type hook quillon 1907 pattern sword bayonet by the Australian manufacturer Lithgow, complete with scabbard & 1914 Pattern frog. The sword bayonet has a 16 ¾” steel single edged blade with fullers. The blade has staining consistent with age and use. The ricasso on one side, is stamped by the manufacturer ‘Lithgow’ together with 1907 pattern shield device and 1914 date. The reverse is stamped with Lithgow ‘A’ within star inspection marks. The bayonet has its correct original 1st pattern hook quillon cross guard which incorporates a muzzle ring. The cross guard is stamped ‘A.1.C. 342’ (most likely a Regiment or Unit mark). The original slab wood grips have the knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. The grips are secured with the correct two screw bolts. The bayonet is complete with its original steel mounted black leather scabbard. The scabbard has the correct rear seam. The leather is impressed with WD arrow inspection mark, manufacturer mark ‘EFD’ Enfield ’16 (1916 date) and WD arrow inspection mark.The scabbard is fitted with its correct original 6 brass rivet 1914 pattern leather frog with retaining strap and brass buckle. The rear of the frog is impressed by the manufacturer ‘martins Birmingham’ together with ‘1915’ date. All the stitching and leather of the scabbard & frog are intact. The price for this very rare ANZAC bayonet worthy of further research regarding the Regiment/ Unit marks includes UK delivery. Sn 17379
£0.00
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