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Inter War, 1921 Dated 1907 Pattern, Australian, Lithgow, Bayonet, Double Seamed Leather Scabbard & 1908 Pattern Webbing Frog. ED 2266 - ED 2266
An excellent Australian, Inter World War dated example of the Pattern 1907 bayonet for the SMLE rifle complete with scabbard & frog. The ricasso of the bayonet is stamped by the manufacturer ' Lithgow', '1907 Within Shield' (Pattern) and '2 21' (Feb 1921). The reverse is stamped with 'A' within Star inspection marks. The blade is in superb clean condition and it's wood grips are undamaged and perfectly secure. The pommel is stamped ' A76149'. It is complete with a nice original steel mounted double seamed brown leather Scabbard. All stitching of the scabbard is intact. The rear of the scabbard has some service wear to the surface of the body. The leather is stamped with faint lettering most likely 'Mangrovite' (Mangrovite Belting Ltd, Australia). Also included is an original 1908 webbing frog. Price for this excellent Australian, Lithgow, Bayonet complete with Scabbard & Frog includes UK delivery. (NB. A WW2 Dated Australian Lithgow SMLE Rifle is available on this site). ED 2266.
£345.00

WW2, Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet By Nagoya Arsenal, Scabbard & Leather Frog. - BAYO 267
This is a nice Japanese Arisaka Type 30 bayonet with hooked quillon and made by the Nagoya Arsenal complete with its steel scabbard and leather frog. The Nagoya Arsenal was established in 1923 with factories in Atsuta, Kozo, Toriimatsu and Tachikawa. The Arsenal managed research and development of new weapons as well as the manufacture of weapons. The blade retains all of its original blued finish and measures 15 ½ “with fullers. The blade is marked to the ricasso with the trademark of the Nagoya Arsenal. The grips are wooden held by two screw bolts and the pommel is numbered 41154. The scabbard retains much of its original blued finish and is a small ball tipped metal version. The Type 30 three piece leather frog has a makers mark on the rear (illustrated). The leather scabbard retaining strap is split. See, Bayonets of Japan by Raymond. C. Labar, pages 149-152. The price includes U.K. delivery. (Box 2). BAYO 267
£395.00

South African No 9 Pattern Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 138. - BAYO 138
This is a bayonet unique to South Africa and was made, probably by Armscor in the 1960's to fit the No 4 Rifle. They were made using the No 9 type socket and an Uzi blade as South Africa was already using the Uzi Sub Machine Gun. These bayonets were issued to local defence groups known as 'Commandos' who were using the No 4 rifle. The scabbard is the original metal scabbard from the Uzi bayonet but new nylon scabbards were also used. (See Skennerton's book, item 56, page 370). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 138.
£175.00

Late Production Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet and Scabbard Manufactured at Toyoda Jidoshoki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works) under Nagoya supervision 21215. - 21215
During the 2nd World War the Type 30 (1897) Ariska bayonet underwent gradual changes to facilitate production; the finished bayonets becoming progressively cruder towards the end of the war. There is considerable interest attached to these variations which may well be compared to the German ersatz bayonets and Italian WWI emergency productions. See No 470 page 203 & 210 of Watts & White for reference. Stamped on the right ricasso indicating are the arsenals at which the bayonets were manufactured, or the arsenal that supervised the subcontractor, this one being; Toyoda Jidoshoki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works) under Nagoya supervision. The blade length; 15 ½ “(overall length; 20”). The blade is in very good condition with only minor signs of age related wear. The wooden grips are held with two pins and are in good order; the press stud catch is in perfect working order. The scabbard is metal and has light staining consistent with age, there are no dents apparent. The price includes UK delivery. 21215. (Box 2)
£320.00

Swiss Schmidt-Rubin M1918 Bayonet with Scabbard and Leather Frog. ED 2090. - ED 2090
This Swiss Schmidt-Rubin M1918 Bayonet was made by Waffenfabrik Neuhausen which is stamped clearly to the ricasso on one side. It was manufactured for the M1911 short rifle and later used on the M1931 rifle. See pages 266 & 272 No 608 of The Bayonet Book by John Watts and Peter White. The blade us in very good condition, as is the wooden grip *see images*. The crossguard has the No –353378? stamped to it and a letter ‘P’ stamped to the pommel *light staining*. The scabbard has an inspection mark and is in good condition. The leather frog has the maker which is illegible and a number 45 Stamped to it. The leather and stitching is in fair order and is intact. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2090. (Other Countries Box 2)
£225.00

Swedish M1867 Cruciform Socket Bayonet for the 12.17mm Remington Rifle. BAYO 370. - BAYO 370
This is an M1867 socket bayonet for the 12.17mm Remington Rifle (The Remington M1867 was a rolling-block rifle, the first rifle using metallic cartridges to be adopted by the Norwegian and Swedish armies. The 12.17 mm calibre was chosen because the Swedish army had approximately 30,000 new muzzle-loading M1860 and breech-loading M1864 rifles in 12.17 mm calibre in stock, rifles that were suitable for conversion to M1867 rolling-block rifles. It was adopted in 1867 and could take either a socket or a sabre bayonet). The standard issue was the socket bayonet and this has a cruciform blade which is in very good condition and a central locking ring. The blade is 19” long and the socket 2 ¾ “with a muzzle ring diameter of approximately 18mm. The shoulders are stamped; ‘4320 An. Ve H C.F’ (Presumably inspectors marks) with the number "6350. There is also a regimental mark of "XIX R.B" and "No 473" with ‘FL’ to the underside. An unusual socket bayonet in great condition which is not common on the collectors market and with these markings is worthy of further research. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 370. (Box 2 Other Countries)
£245.00

U.S.S.R. Dragunov (SVD) 7.62mm Wire Cutter Bayonet (1st Model). BAYO 358. - BAYO 358
The Dragunov SVD is a semi-automatic designated marksman rifle chambered in the fully-powered 7.62×54mmR cartridge, developed in the Soviet Union. The SVD was designed to serve a squad support role to provide precise long-range engagement capabilities to ordinary troops. The bayonet has an unfullered bowie type blade with an adaption for a pair of wire cutters paired with the scabbard. The aperture engages with the scabbard to form a pair of wire cutters. The orange composite grips are in very nice condition, the spring catch works as it should. The serrated blade is in good condition *small nicks to the sharp edge that will sharpen out*. The metal scabbard holds the majority of its original paint and comes with its original red lanyard. Blade length; 14 ¾ cm (28 cm overall). See pages 443 and 448 of ‘The Bayonet Book’ by Watts and White. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 358. (Box 1)
£225.00

WWII Dated Australian 1907 Pattern Bayonet by Mangrovite Arsenal with Matching Scabbard. BAYO 356. - BAYO 356
An Australian 1907 Pattern bayonet with Mangrovite marked blade and later style No. 1 scabbard also marked ‘MA’. In around 1927 bayonet production ceased and was re-commenced late in 1940. Ricasso markings from 1940 are different, including the inspector's marks. The bayonet shop was transferred from Lithgow to Orange in July 1942. The wood room, which made up rifle furniture as well as bayonet grips, was removed from Lithgow to the Slazenger Sports Goods factory in Sydney in 1941. After Japans entry into the war in the Pacific, Australian bayonet development moved rapidly into newer, shorter and specialised patterns and so the long 1907 bayonets manufactured in WWII were short lived and consequently rare. The bayonet has a blackened 17" blade with fullers. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks and ‘MA’ and on the other side with "1907 6 42" (June 1942). The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight waisted cross guard. The slab wood grips are both intact and are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel has the push button release, which operates smoothly and clearance hole. The No 1 late scabbard has a large frog stud along with three rivets showing on the locket. It is leather and in good condition and is stamped "Mangrovite 43 (1943). (see page 276 & 277, item A10 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 356. (07 Box 2)
£275.00

WWII Dated Australian 1907 Pattern Bayonet and No1 Scabbard. BAYO 354. - BAYO 354
An Australian 1907 Pattern, 4th Pattern, bayonet with 'SLAZ' marked grips and later style No. 1 scabbard. About 1927, bayonet production ceased and was re-commenced late in 1940. Ricasso markings from 1940 are different, including the inspector's marks. The bayonet shop was transferred from Lithgow to Orange in July 1942. The wood room, which made up rifle furniture as well as bayonet grips, was removed from Lithgow to the Slazenger Sports Goods factory in Sydney in 1941. After Japans entry into the war in the Pacific, Australian bayonet development moved rapidly into newer, shorter and specialised patterns and so the long 1907 bayonets manufactured in WWII were short lived and consequently rare. The bayonet has a blackened 17" blade with fullers. The ricasso is stamped with inspection marks ‘MA’ Mangrovite Arsenal "1907 9’ 42" (September 1942) to one side and a bending mark, Broad Arrow and ‘OA’ Orange Arsenal’ to the other. The blade is in excellent condition. The bayonet has a straight wasted cross guard and the slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is marked ‘C 75708’ and has the push button release, which operates smoothly and clearance hole. The No 1 late scabbard has a large frog stud along with three rivets showing on the locket. It is leather and in good condition and is stamped ‘MA’ Mangrovite Arsenal. (See page 276-277, item A10 in Skennerton's 'British & Commonwealth Bayonets book). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 354. (07 Box 2)
£245.00

WWI Modified Canadian Ross Mk II Bayonet and Scabbard BAYO 344. - BAYO 344
This is a nice Mk II Ross bayonet with a modified blade profile. This modification was authorised in October 1915 to give better penetration over the more rounded original blade shape tip. The pommel carries the Canadian Government ownership mark of an arrow within a Capital C, the Ross factory inspection mark of a crown over 4 and the date of manufacture 11 over 7/15 (July 1915 date). The other side carries Ross Rifle Co. Quebec Patented 1907. Both of the grips carry the Ross factory inspection mark. The spine of the tang also carries 2 Ross factory inspection stamps. The scabbard is the Mk II version with a wider belt loop and internal locket and chape and carries the Canadian Government ownership mark of an arrow within a Capital C. See British and Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton & Richardson item C7 on pages 300-304.The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 344. (Box 1)
£265.00
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