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DEACTIVATED INERT. 2.36” HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank) (Hollow Charged) Bazooka M7A1 Rocket. O 1572 - O 1572
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is an American 2.36” HEAT (High Explosive Anti-Tank (hollow charged or shaped charge)) Bazooka M6A3 Rocket which replaced the M6A1 rocket in January 1944. This all steel rocket retains most of its original olive green original finish. The projectile is stencilled in white around the circumference ROKHET over M6A3 . The propellant tube and rear stabilising fins unscrew from the warhead and the fins retain the wiring connectors for firing the rocket. The brass percussion primer for the warhead together with the safety pin on the propellant tube are present. No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1572

British Pattern 1887 MK III Sword bayonet & Scabbard By Wilkinson. BAYO 506 - BAYO 506
This bayonet is the MK III pattern of 1887 with no fullers to the blade. The blade is crisply marked with a Crown over "V.R." and the date 89 (1889 date) and WILKINSON SWORD COMPANY. LONDON. The reverse of the blade carry inspection marks and the broad arrow over W.D and an inspection stamp. The spine also carries 2 inspection marks and the pommel carries the number 9472. The grips are undamaged, are made of chequered leather and are secured with two steel rivets. Wilkinson were contracted to make this Mk III bayonet between 1888 and 1889 and only produced 42,000. The scabbard is brass mounted instead of steel and Skennerton suggests these were for Indian use. The chaff is stamped CHF Crown over I and 99 whereas the top mount carries CHF with a broad arrow over I and 00. See Skennerton's Bayonet Book, Pages 160 to 166 and page 338 (Indian section) regarding these brass mounted scabbards. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn. BAYO 506

**SOLD**SOLD**1/7**British 1903 Pattern SMLE Sword Bayonet, Scabbard And Integral Frog. BAYO 507 - BAYO 507
This is an excellent1903 Pattern Sword Bayonet made at Enfield for the SMLE rifle. The bayonet has a 12" steel blade which has a double edged unfullered blade with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade carries the crown over E.R. (Edward Rex) followed by ‘2 05 (February 1905 manufacture date). The other side carries a broad arrow over EFD and several inspection stamps. The undamaged slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts and one is stamped B 1 76 Y indicating use by a yeomanry unit. The scabbard is a 1888 Mark II* land pattern (the scabbards were interchangeable between 1888 and 1903 patterns) and is marked on the front H A R 34 which probably indicates use by Harrow School Officer Training Corps. The scabbard is also profusely marked with inspection stamps and a broad arrow over EFD. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 507

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 25/06) **MINT BORE**Cased, American Civil War Era, Remington 1858 Army New Model 6 Shot, .44 Calibre Single Action Revolver With Accessories. Sn 17427:8 - 17427:8
The Remington 1858 Army New Model Revolvers were used during the American Civil War and the design was the beginning of a successful line of medium and large frame percussion revolvers. Due to limited availability of Colt 1860 Army Revolvers at the time, large numbers of the Remington revolver were ordered by the U.S. Government. It was favoured for its durability. This is an excellent original Civil War Era, Model 1858 Army New Model, Large frame, .44 calibre, revolver. The pistol has an 8" octagonal barrel and measures 14" overall. The barrel’s bore is near mint clean and bright with crisp rifling. It has a conical German silver post fore sight, grooved frame rear sight & captive lever ramrod. The underside of the barrel is numbered ‘17283’. The top barrel flat is signed ‘Patented Sept 14 1858 E. Remington& Sons Ilion New York USA’. The left side of the action has a small ‘F’ factory inspector’s mark. The metal work in the white has no pitting or rust and it has a brass trigger guard. Its original walnut grip has just knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age & use. The pistol cocks and dry fires correctly in single action. The pistol is complete with later fitted wood case. The centre of the exterior of the lid is inlaid with void brass plate. The case has a brass lock with key. The inside of the case is lined with blue/ grey material & contoured to snugly fit the pistol. It has compartments for accessories which consist of an original brass and copper black powder flask with embossed hunting dog and game birds scenes, a brass ball & bullet mould, a brass cleaning rod, an empty Joyce London labelled percussion cap tin, an empty antique ivory pot with screw top lid and a wooden pot with screw top lid that contains 2 spare nipples. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique cap & ball percussion revolver no licence is required to own this pistol in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 17427:8

CASED, C1840 English, Thomas Conway Manchester .36 Calibre Transitional Bar Hammer 6 Shot Percussion Revolver & Accessories. Sn 17427:9 - 17427:9
Thomas Conway was an English Gunsmith with premises in Manchester at 179 Chapel Street, 3 Market Street & 43 Blackfriars Street, Deansgate between 1803-1852. This is an excellent cased, transitional bar hammer revolver by Conway Manchester. The pistol has a 4 ½” octagonal barrel and measures 11” overall. The barrel and cylinder are stamped with black powder proofs. The bore has just staining consistent with age & use and has crisp rifling. The action, hammer, trigger guard and grip frame have tooled decoration. The top barrel flat is signed ‘Conway Manchester’. The pistol has its original undamaged chequered Walnut grip. The pistol’s double action bar hammer firing mechanism works as it should. The pistol is contained in its fitted wood case with hinged lid. The top of the lid is inlaid with a void brass shield. The inside of case is lined with felt. The case has a lock with key. The case has compartments which contain accessories including an empty percussion cap tin, a steel bullet mould, a copper and brass black powder flask with embossed game bird scenes, a small metal container with screw top lid & a wood cleaning rod with brass tip. The price for this excellent cased pistol by a famous gunsmith includes UK delivery. NB As an antique percussion revolver no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 17427:9

**SOLD**SOLD**17/6**C1820 English 38 Bore Flintlock Traveling Pistol. Sn 17427:10 - 17427:10
This is a very good flintlock traveling pistol made in the English form C1820. The pistol has no visible maker or proof marks. It measures just 8” overall and has a 3 ¼” brown wash steel barrel which is inlaid with silver wire decoration for two thirds of its length. The barrel’s smooth bore is clean. Its hammer is fitted with flint and it’s action has a strong spring creating a bright spark. It has a steel trigger guard with extended tang and wood ram rod with polished horn end cap. The all original dark walnut full stock has a void white metal escutcheon on top of the wrist. The wood has just the knocks, bumps and bruises to be expected with age. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique flintlock pistol no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 17427:10

C1850 English, Manton London, 50 Bore Box Lock Percussion Traveling Pistol With Octagonal Screw Off Barrel. Sn 17450 - 17450
The famous English gunsmiths John Manton (1752-1834) & Son, George Henry (1789-1854) worked at 6 Dover Street Piccadilly London. They were gunmakers to the British Royal family. Joseph Manton 6 April 1766 – 29 June 1835 was born in Grantham, Lincolnshire in 1766, and at the age of 14 was apprenticed to a local gunmaker. In 1781, he began working under his brother, John Manton at 6 Dover Street, London. This is a nice box lock traveling pistol made C1850 by Manton London. It is 8 ¼” overall with a 3 ½” screw off octagonal barrel (the barrel has obviously been attached to the pistol for many years and does not unscrew). The barrel’s smooth bore has residue and staining consistent with age and use. It has impressed black powder proofs on the underside of the action and barrel. The top barrel flat is signed ‘Manton London’. The action has a strong spring and safety bolt. It has a Dolphin hammer and the action has quality tooled decoration. The original walnut grip is undamaged. The grip has German Silver butt cap with tooled decoration and diamond shaped German silver escutcheon. The price includes UK delivery. NB As an antique percussion pistol no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Sn 17450

SOLD SOLD (16/06) WW2 Era Erreff 22 Cased Junghans Nazi Kriegsmarine 'U' Boat Commander's Stop Watch. Sn 17439 - 17439
WW2 German U-Boat Captains used stop watches to time Torpedo runs/ detonations when engaging allied shipping. This is an excellent, original, WW2 Era Kriegsmarine 'U' Boat Commander's Stop Watch. It has a blued steel body with hinged back which allows access to the mechanism and glazed white face with additional 30 second counter. The face has the Nazi Eagle with swastika and manufacturer name ‘Junghans’. The mechanism has the Junghans trade mark above ‘29a’, serial number and fast/slow adjuster (illustrated). The knurled winder at the top of the case is fitted with a lanyard ring. The stop watch is contained in its original Erreff 22 marked white metal hinged case with glazed face and red felt lining. The watch is in fully working order. The price for this cased Kriegsmarine U-Boat Captain's piece with case includes UK delivery. Sn 17439

WW2 Era British 2nd Pattern Nickel Plated Officer’s 'Sterile' Fairbairn Sykes FS Commando Fighting Knife & Scabbard. Sn 17242 - 17242
2nd Pattern Fairbairn Sykes 'FS' Fighting Knives were introduced in 1941. This is an excellent condition WW2 Officer’s 2nd pattern, FS dagger and scabbard. Examples of Nickel plated FS daggers are illustrated in Chapter 7 of ‘The Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife & Other Commando Knives’ by Flook. The dagger has the correct nickel plated brass knurled handle & oval cross guard. The knife is ‘sterile’ with no manufacturer or Unit marks. The knife has a 176 mm long blade with medial ridge. The blade is clean and razor sharp. Its original scabbard has a nickel plated chape and integral belt with elastic retaining strap & 4 sewn on leather tabs. The price for this 'sterile' nickel plated Officer’s FS dagger includes UK delivery. Sn 17242

Fred James Sheffield Custom Made Dirk With Etched Blade & Open Top Leather Scabbard. ED 2513 - ED 2513
Before his death in 1986 Fred James was Sheffield's best known Bowie Knife maker. He began his career in 1935 at Johnson's Portobello Works & continued work at Wostenholm's Washington Works in 1956. In 1971 when the companies of Wostenholm and Rodgers merged, James began his own knife making business (see pages 214-215 of The Sheffield Knife Book By Tweedale). This is a Fred James Sheffield custom made Dirk & scabbard. The knife & scabbard are in very good condition. The knife has a wood hilt. The 4 ½” spear point blade is polished steel with scalloped decoration on the back edge and a line of holes piercing the top edge. One side of the blade has etched foliate decoration (interestingly Fred James’ wife also now deceased etched the blades of her husband’s knives). The ricasso is stamped "F. W. James Sheffield". The knife is 7 ¾” overall length. The open top scabbard is brown leather with front seam and rear belt loop. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2513

MINT, UNIQUE, ‘THE GOLDEN GUN’ ONE OF ONLY 3, Presented To Directors Of The Hull Cartridge Company By Weihrauch In 1979. Factory Gold Plated German Weihrauch HW77K .22 Calibre Under Lever Air Rifle. AI 679 - AI 679
The Weihrauch name has been associated with solid build quality and reliability for many years. Weihrauch’s range of solid, accurate springers have always been a popular choice for airgunners. In 1979 three Director’s of the Hull Cartridge Company were each presented with a 9 carat gold plated HW air rifle by Hermann Weihrauch in recognition of their success in boosting UK sales of Weihrauch air guns in the UK. These presentation air rifles are illustrated and described as ‘sensational’ in an article titled ‘The Golden Gun’ in the August 1980 edition of Airgun World. The article describes the presentation trio as ‘unique’ and states that ‘most keen air gunners would pay a fortune’ for them. This is one of those 3 gold plated air rifles from the Ron Fowler collection who received this rifle direct from Hull Cartridge. The rifle in near mint condition has a 14 ½” barrel and measures 40” overall. It has original undamaged Walnut stock with figured cheek piece and rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains all of its original gold plating. It has a ramp blade fore sight & adjustable rear sight all also gold plated. The barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail (illustrated in image 2) and the barrel ‘Hull cartridge’. The rifle features the correct gold plated under lever and has an adjustable trigger. The rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight & powerful action. The price for this superb piece includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 679

WW2 Era Steel Cased, Nazi German Luftwaffe AEG FuG Aircraft E10 EK Radio Receiver. Sn 17441 - 17441
Before the war, the fast expanding Luftwaffe required radio's for their various aircraft. For the larger multi-engined aircraft this was initially the FuG III. The aircraft communications used two bands, Longwave (300-600 kHz) and Shortwave (3-6 Mhz). At the time, smaller aircraft like fighters used the FuG VII operating at 2,5-3,75 Mhz. In 1936, the Luftwaffe issued a specification for the new Fug 10 installation in 1936, with the first prototypes being tested in a Ju 52 in 1937. In August 1937 the decision was taken to standardise The FuG 10 remained the standard radio installation for larger aircraft throughout the war. The E10 EK Receiver is part of the FUG10 radio installation. This is an excellent, original steel cased E10 EK radio receiver. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The set has the correct original knobs, tuning dial and switches. The steel casing retains its Luftwaffe blue/grey hue paint and has just minor dents and service wear. The rear of the casing can be removed which allows access to the internal components. The set has an identification panel with model designations, numbers and manufacturer information. There are also other letters and numbers. The set measures 8 ½” x 7” x 8 ½”. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17441
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