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1960's Danish HTK M62 Bayonet, Scabbard & Intergral Frog. BAYO 754 - BAYO 754
A Danish HTK M62 bayonet, scabbard and integral frog with belt loop and wire belt hooks. This was an American style M5A1 bayonet but newly made for the Danish Army and used as a trench knife. It is in it's correct scabbard with British 37 Pattern belt hooks added to the webbing frog. The bayonet has a steel pommel. It has black plastic diamond grips secured with two screw bolts. The grips incorporate a thumb push next to the cross guard which releases the bayonet. This operates smoothly and as it should. The cross guard is straight and has a locating pin attached to it. The blade is Parkerised and measures 6 1/4" long. The body of the scabbard is wood grain effect and the throat is marked with the Danish Crown over HTK (Haerens Tekniske Korps- Army Technical Corps). This is a scarce bayonet. (see pages 57 & 58 of 'An Illustrated History Of Bayonets' by Martin Brayley). The price includes Uk delivery. BAYO 754

**RARE**1930’s Polish Army Marked (WP Wojsko Polskie) Karabinek WZ.24 (Model 1924) Polish Mauser Rifle Knife Bayonet By Perkun Society Of Motors Factory, Scabbard & Leather Frog. Sn 18933 - 18933
The Karabinek (Polish: carbine) was a bolt-action short rifle based on the German Mauser Kar98. The Polish Karabinek Mauser rifles were in service with the Polish Army in the 1930’s until the start of WW2. The rifles were equipped with a Polish made knife bayonet similar in design to Mauser bayonets. This is a rare original Polish Model 1924 Karabinek/ Mauser knife bayonet (see page 241 item 541 of the bayonet Book by Watts & White). It's 9 ¾” single edged fullered blade is undamaged with just light staining consistent with age. The ricasso is crisply stamped by the Polish manufacturer on one side 'Perkun' (Society of the Motors Factory Perkun) , number 118252 and ‘s’ within square inspection mark. The reverse has the Polish Eagle mark and 'W.P' Polish Army mark (W.P. (Wojsko Polskie - Polish Army). The pommel is stamped with model detail ‘bg.wz 24’. The steel release button works as it should. The bayonet measures 15" overall. It's slab wood grips are undamaged with just the bumps and bruises consistent with age and correctly secured by 2 screw bolts. It is complete with steel scabbard with ball end and steel locket. One side of the throat has number 1651j. The other side has unreadable indistinct rubbed letters or numbers. The scabbard has some dents. The scabbard is fitted with a period brown leather frog. The leather and stitching have areas of service wear. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18933

WWII Japanese ‘Arisaki Type 30’ Bayonet, Scabbard. 18535:3. - 18535:3
This is a Japanese ‘Arisaka Type 30’ bayonet with hooked quillon and made by ‘Tokyo Kokura’ arsenal . The blade is blued and measures 15 ¼ “with fullers and is marked to the ricasso with the four rings trademark of the ‘Kokura’ arsenal. The grips are wooden held by two screw bolts and the pommel carries an indistinct number ‘81194’. The scabbard is a ball tipped metal version. (see ‘Bayonets of Japan’ by Raymond.C.Labar, pages 91-118. The price includes U.K. delivery. 18535:3

**FALKLANDS WAR BRING BACK**Argentine Army Marked Type C Socket Bayonet For FN FAL Rifles, Scabbard & Tempex Frog. BAYO 707. - BAYO 707
These socket bayonets were used by Argentine forces in the Falklands War (See Page 22 of An Illustrated History Of Bayonets by Brayley where an Argentine Type C socket bayonet captured during the Falklands war with plastic scabbard & Tempex Frog the same as ours are illustrated). This Argentine Type C bayonet is most likely a bring back from the Falklands war. The all steel construction bayonet is in excellent condition. The tubular socket has the correct release catch ‘ears’ and has the correct cut outs to align with the vents in the rifle flash eliminator. The bayonet has a 6 ¾” long blade and measures 11 ½” overall. The blade has number ’01-79200’. The ‘01’ prefix denotes Army issue (02=Marines & 03=Air Force). There are no other manufacturer marks on the bayonet. The scabbard is the correct black plastic version. The scabbard has a frog locket. The scabbard is fitted with correct webbing frog which has 2 retaining straps with press stud fasteners marked ‘Tempex’ and steel wire belt bar. The rear of the frog has a riveted plastic belt attachment mount. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 707.

**SCARCE**LATE WW2 Japanese Jinsen Arsenal (Occupied Korea) Type 30 Arisaka Rifle Bayonet & Correct Wood Scabbard With Steel Fittings. Sn 18435:1 - 18435:1
These bayonets were made late WW2 at the Jinsen arsenal in Occupied Korea. (see item LB-162 page 197 of Bayonets Of Japan by Labar where an example the same as ours with straight grips and rectangular pommel is illustrated and is described as scarce). It has the correct plain single edged blade and was manufactured without cross guard quillon. It has the correct straight wood grips secured by rivets and steel rectangular pommel with steel bayonet button that works as it should. The blade is 382mm length and has the correct late war, larger, Jinsen arsenal mark. The original late war wood scabbard has 2 bands of correct, original cord binding and retains its original drab olive paint finish. The scabbard has the correct small steel chape and throat mount with fixed strap bar. The wood has knocks bumps and bruises to be expected. There are no visible serial numbers on the bayonet or scabbard. The price includes UK delivery.

Austrian M1895 Mannlicher Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 686. - BAYO 686
This is a nice other ranks M1895 Mannlicher bayonet. The blade is marked OE over WE (Oterreich Iche Waffen Fabrik Gesellschaft Steyr) and the double headed eagle denoting use by the Imperial forces and not for export. The blade is 9 ¾” in length and has rounded fullers. The cross guard is secured by 2 rivets, the grips are wood secured by domed rivets and the pommel is steel. The end of the pommel carries regimental markings of 94R 2682. The scabbard is steel with a brazed frog stud. See Martin J.Brayley An illustrated history of bayonets centre example on page 31. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 686 £195

Austrian Bayonet And Scabbard. - BAYO 684
This appears to be a dress bayonet similar to item 46 on page 22 of the bayonet book by White & Watts. However, it has regimental markings on the cross guard for the 33rd Infantry Regiment with the number 5920 below the other side of the cross guard is marked with 1270 OE. The blade is marked with OE over WG being the mark for the Osterreichiche Waffenfabrik Gesellschaft Steyr Factory. The other side has the double headed eagle denoting use by the Imperial army. The grips are wood held by two screw bolts and the scabbard is steel. An unusual bayonet for the collector of Austro-Hungarian bayonets. £225. BAYO 684.

Argentinian M1909 Bayonet and Scabbard. - BAYO 683
Argentinian M1909 Bayonet and Scabbard. This is a very nice M1909 bayonet with the Argentinian crest intact. These were usually ground off when the bayonets became obsolete and sold to other South American countries. This example has the feint Weyersberg Kirsch Baum & Co. Solingen on one side and Modelo Argentino 1090 over the Argentinian crest and G5117 on the other. The pommel also carries an R.A. in an oval denoting Republic of Argentina. The blade is 15 ¾” long, fullered and in excellent condition. The grips are wood held by domed rivets. The scabbard is blue steel in excellent condition and carries matching numbers to the blade i.e. G5117. The scabbard also has an impressed cross within a letter D and A circle with a cross. The mouth of the scabbard also has a circle with a cross and an A. The tip of the scabbard also carries the R.A. within an oval. A well-marked example with matching numbers and crest intact. See Martin J. Brayley, an illustrated history of bayonets Page 20. £395. BAYO 683.

Austrian M1895 Mannlicher Bayonet & Scabbard. - BAYO 676
This is a nice N.C.O’s (Non-commissioned officer) version of the M1895 Mannlicher bayonet made at Steyr. It is marked to the blade with OE over WG (Osterreichiche Waffenfabrik Gesellschaft Steyr) and the double headed eagle denoting use by the imperial forces and not for export. The blade is 9 ¾ “ in length nad has rounde fullers. The crossguard is secured by 2 rivets and has a hooked quillon. The grips are wood secured by domed rivets and the pommel has a hole which would have had a steel knot loop (now missing but easily replaced) The scabbard is steel with a brazed frog stud. See Martin J. Brayley, an illustrated history of bayonets, page 32. £225 BAYO 676.

1960’s South African No.9 Bayonet By Armscor Subsiduaries For No.4 SMLE Rifles & Scabbard - BAYO 640
These bayonets produced in the 1960’s by Armscor Subsiduaries have a socket identical to the British No.9 Bayonet but with a blade from the UZI SMG bayonet. According to Skennerton these bayonets were made to fit No.4 rifles carried by South African Local Defence Force Commandos (see page 370 item 6 of Skennerton’s book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). They were issued in both reinforced fibreglass scabbards and as in the case of our example steel scabbards from UZI bayonets. The bayonet has an excellent clean blackened 6 ¾” single edged blade and pommel with ribbed release button. The scabbard with frog stud has original black paint and no dents. These bayonets are not commonly found on the collectors market. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 640
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