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WW1 U.S Service & WW2 British WD Home Guard Eddystone Remington Arms (ERA) P14, .303 Calibre Rifle & Sling. Sn 18196:14 - 18196:14
***This Firearm is deactivated to one of the pre- 2nd May 2017, UK specifications. As such it can only be sold and exported in its present state to customers in NON- EU countries including the Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Customers based in the UK & other EU countries can purchase on our lay-away scheme. The weapon will then be brought up to the EU specification and the relevant certificate obtained prior to the transfer of ownership and delivery. ***This is a very good U.S. Remington made Pattern 1914 .303 Service Rifle complete with flip up rear sight, winged fore sight and part of its long range volley sight (fore stock plate present). The all original stock has just the bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. The breech is stamped 'ERA' (Eddystone Remington Arms) together with serial number '493652'. These rifles were in American service during WW1 and British Service during WW2 with Home Guard Units. The breech of this example has a British WD arrow & ordnance inspection mark and the wood has an indistinct roundel and clear WD arrow (illustrated) indicating British Home Guard use in WW2. It has a steel butt plate with trap and is fitted with webbing and leather sling. Deactivated to UK specification in 2002 the weapon, cocks & dry fires. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 18196:14

German WW1 Model 1898/05 1915 Dated G98 Mauser Sawback Bayonet By Simson And Co, Suhl, Complete With Its Steel Scabbard - BAYO 622
This is a scarce version of the S98/05 sawback bayonet, made by made by Simson and Co, Suhl and is marked to the blade with their name. The spine carries the crown over W 15 (1915 date of manufacture) together with 2 inspection stamps. There are also 3 inspection stamps to the pommel and one on the crossguard near the quillion. These sawback versions are not common as they were made in smaller numbers initially and most had their sawbacks removed after Britain condemned them as barbarous. The scabbard is the steel version and has inspection stamps to the throat, frog stud and ball finial. This bayonet is in very good condition. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets, pages 83 – 85. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 622

WW1 Imperial German Model 1888/98 Ersatz Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 623
This is a nice original example of a WW1 German Ersatz M88/98 bayonet with a pressed steel hilt with a depression of just under 2 inches in length on both sides. The bayonet has a three -quarters muzzle ring and an upswept quilon. The blade carries an inspection stamp to the spine and crossguard and has 2. 32. 167 stamped into it. The 12 inch blade is fullered and overall the baronet measures 17 inches. The scabbard is made of pressed steel. This bayonet is one of the most distinctive of all ersatz bayonets. See item 344 on pages 143 & 155 of The Bayonet Book by Watts & White for a virtually identical example. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 623

German 1939 Dated 1884/98 Third Pattern Mauser Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 624
This is a German WW2, 1884/98 third pattern bayonet with black plastic grips manufactured in 1939 by Berg & Co. The blade is stamped BERG & Co near to the hilt and the pommel carries a feint waffenampt stamp. The scabbard is the standard version and is marked to the throat with 4924a on one side and S178K to the other. This is a good early wartime set of bayonet and scabbard. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 624

Nazi M98 Dress Bayonet By E. Pack & Sohne & Scabbard - BAYO 625
This is an early Nazi M98 dress bayonet and scabbard. The dress sidearm for military and civilian uniformed formations was designated the M98 Dress Bayonet. This bayonet represented a stylised form of the S. 84/98 bayonet purchased by the individual for wear with the walkout dress uniform and was worn by the mainly non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel. This early dress bayonet has a rifle mortise and a dummy push button release. Usually there is some green felt in the rifle mortise but this is missing. This is the long version with a 9 3/4" blade which carries the makers logo of E. Pack & Sohne. The bayonet has "E. Pack & Sohne Solingen" etched on the ricasso together with their Siegfried Waffen logo. This is a scarcer variant of their trademark. The polished steel blade is in excellent condition. The plastic grips are chequered and secured with two screw bolts. The scabbard is the standard black gloss painted version, (see 'German Clamshells' book pages 15-16 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 625

British Volunteer Pattern 1888 Mark II, 2nd Pattern, Lee Metford Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 626
This is a Volunteer pattern 1888 Mark II second pattern bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Lee Metford Rifle which were issued to British and allied forces during the Boer war and in WW1. The bayonet blade is in good clean condition with original polish, 12" in length, double edged, unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The bayonet and scabbard are completely devoid of any markings except for the number 26 stamped into one of the wooden grips as per photograph. The bayonet is devoid of an oil hole in the grips or the pommel. The bayonet is contained in the correct standard 1888 mark 1 steel mounted leather scabbard for this bayonet. At some point in this bayonets service, the scabbard has lost its steel bottom chape. See Skennerton item B216 page 170 and 171. The leather price includes UK delivery. BAYO 626

SOLD SOLD (02/03) MATCHING NUMBERS, WW2 Japanese NCO's Type 95 Katana With Seki Swords Company & Kokura Arsenal Marks & Scabbard. Sn 18155 - 18155
This is an original WW2 Japanese NCO's Katana and scabbard in as found un-messed with condition. The sword has the typical brown painted alloy cast handle with lanyard ring and fully functioning scabbard retaining clip. The handle retains much of its original colour. Its fullered, 27 ¼” blade is crisply stamped '125938' and with inspection mark. The hilt is stamped with 1929-45 Kokura Arsenal marks and Seki Swords Company roundel (see pages 185 and 187 of Swords of Imperial Japan by Dawson) and inspection mark. It is complete with its original scabbard which has a single hanging ring. The scabbard is original and has just light surface wear consistent with age and service use but no dents. The throat of the scabbard is stamped with matching number. This piece is clearly a bring back, surrendered or recovered from the battlefield. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18155

C1750 Silver Plated Hilt Court / Diplomatic Small Sword With Etched Panels Blade. Sn 18015:4 - 18015:4
The small sword (also court sword, French: épée de cour or dress sword) is a light one-handed sword designed for thrusting which evolved out of the longer and heavier rapier of the late Renaissance. The height of the small sword's popularity was between mid 17th and late 18th century. It is thought to have appeared in France and spread quickly across the rest of Europe. The small sword was the immediate predecessor of the French dueling sword (from which the épée developed. This is an excellent original C1750 Court / Diplomatic small sword (see pages 270 to 282 of Wither’s book ‘World Swords’ where many variants of small sword are illustrated and page 272 (bottom right) where an example in similar form to ours described as C1750 is illustrated). It has a silver plated hilt with part bowl guard and knuckle bow. The urn chaped pommel has a ball top. The slim 33 ¾” blade is straight and undamaged and has just staining consistent with age. The blade has its original hilt washer & etched panels on both sides featuring geometric designs and running wolves. The sword measures 40 ½” overall. There are no visible manufacturer marks on the sword. As is common our example is without scabbard. The price for this attractive Court / Diplomatic small sword includes UK delivery. Sn 18015:4

British Wilkinson 1888 Pattern Mark I, 2nd Type, Lee Metford Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 267
This is a Lee Metford, 1888 Mark I second type bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle. The bayonets 12 inch double edged blade is unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is marked WILKINSON LONDON 7 ‘93 (July 1893 manufacture date) ‘03and various other inspection stamps. The other side carries an arrow over W.D. and an inspection stamp. The grips are made of wood, held together with two brass rivets and there is an inspection stamp on each one. There is a oil clearance hole behind the top rivet. The steel pommel carries the mumber 50 which is repeated on the top of he scabbard mouthpiece which is a standard 1888 mark 1. See Skennerton item B213 on pages 16 - 173. This is a nice matching numbers pattern 1888 bayonet made by Wilkinsons. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 627

SOLD SOLD (06/03) British L1A3 Bayonet, Scabbard And Frog. - BAYO 628
This is a British L1A3 bayonet made at Enfield. The bayonet was first adopted on the 31st December 1958. The bayonet has the recessed press stud release in the pommel, short fullers on the blade and the straight sided crossguard. The blade is stamped D66 and the grips carry the NATO stores number 9600257 together with a B66. The pommel has 2 stamped manufacturers letters. The bayonet is contained in its standard No 5 Mk II scabbard with a brass mouthpiece. The frog is a standard ’37 pattern webbing version and it carries a broad arrow, BR 1971 and CN 673 6103 stamped on the back. See Skennerton, British & Commonwealth Bayonet Book, pages 260-263 item B322. This is a nice complete set of a bayonet once common but now getting harder to find. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 628

American Garand Bayonet And Scabbard - BAYO 629
This is a nice WW2 version bayonet for the M1 Garand rifle. The bayonet was made by Utica cutlery and the blade is stamped U.C. and the flaming grenade. This is a newly made bayonet and not a cut down 1906 or 1942 pattern where the fullers would run through to the point. The scabbard is the standard M7 version and is marked to the top mount with a flaming grenade and U.S. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets on pages 235 – 241. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 629

Early U.S. M5 Knife Bayonet By Imperial & Scabbard By Imperial - BAYO 270
This is an early American M5 knife bayonet by Imperial. This early production bayonet has the early lever spring set at a shallower angle but this was found to be difficult to operate in the field. Some bayonets were found to have a loose fit on the rifles. Later bayonets were modified to become the M5-1 and M5 A1. This bayonet is marked on the crossguard with U.S.M5 IMPERIAL and carries a feint Government Department of Defence acceptance mark consisting of a stylized eagle surmounted by 3 stars. This replaced the old flaming grenade marks and was in use between 1955 and the mid 1960s. The bayonet has chequered black plastic grips secured by screw bolts. The bayonet is contained in its U.S. M8A1 olive green scabbard has a holed chape for a thigh cord which is a later version. See Martin J. Brayley, An Illustrated History of Bayonets on page 246. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 270
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