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Cold War 1976 Dated West German Bundeswehr 'BW' Military / Police Marked Walther P1 (P38) 9mm Parabellum Calibre, Semi Automatic Pistol. Sn 19760 - 19760
2012 UK DEACTIVATION WITH 2022 ISSUED REPLACEMENT UK DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATE**. In late 1963, during the cold war era, the Walther model P1 semi auto pistol, a refined version of the WW2 P38, was adopted for use by the West German Bundeswehr (Germany Military & Police). This is an excellent original Walther P1 Pistol. Its metal work has its original finish. Its wrap around grips have no damage. The left side of its slide is crisply stamped 'P1' and with Walther banner together with calibre detail & 9/76 (September 1976 date). On the left side above the trigger guard it is stamped ‘BW’ (illustrated) indicating issue to the Cold War West German Bundeswehr. The pistol is serial number 066349W6. The pistol has an original P.38 Walther banner magazine stamped with 9mm (calibre). The weapon is deactivated to UK specification in 2012 and it cocks and dry fires in both single and double action, the safety catch works and the magazine can be removed. The original 2012 deactivation certificate has been lost at some point in its life, resulting in a replacement UK deactivation certificate being issued in 2022 (the re-issue did not require any alteration to the gun’s 2012 deactivation work and it remains able to cock & dry fire, the magazine can still be removed and the safety catch still works). The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery **We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification for UK customers (customers can purchase on our lay-away scheme. The weapon will then be brought up to EU specification and the relevant certificate obtained prior to the transfer of ownership and delivery)**Sn 19760
£575.00

Edwardian Era, Westley Richards Quality Cavalry Carbine Leather Saddle ‘Bucket’. Sn - 19822
This is a Westley Richards quality leather saddle bucket made for holding a cavalry carbine attached to the saddle of mounted infantry. The bucket is made of high quality tan leather and the back is stamped WESTLEY RICHARDS 24 BENNET STREET BIRMINGHAM, GUNMAKERS TO HIS MAJESTIES. The bucket measures 33 ½ inches in length with an opening of 5 inches by 2 inches. From the size of the bucket, it was probably made for an officer as a private purchase, probably for a Martini Henry or Lee Metford/Enfield cavalry carbine. There is little wear to the inside so it is not possible to positively identify which carbine the bucket held. The bucket has reinforced edges to the mouth and the leatherwork to attach it to the saddle. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19822
£495.00

DEACTIVATED INERT. German WW2 1Kg Incendiary bomb. - O 1733
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a German WW2 1Kg Incendiary bomb air dropped in containers by German bombers in WW2, and used to great effect in the German Blitzes during the early part of WW2 against British cities. The bombs were made of a magnesium alloy body and fuse holder which would burn brightly and furiously. The filling was thermite which burns at a very high temperature and thus ignited the magnesium body. The body has three tail fins of pressed steel with a steel reinforcing ring at the tail soldered together in four pieces and held to the bomb by short steel screw pins. The bomb fins retain most of their original light grey painted finish. This example is stamped on the body 93 D.L over 145 K W85. The alloy nose fuse is stamped AZ8312* 192b RhS 143 K S141. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert incendiary bomb in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1733
£295.00

SOLD SOLD (10/08) INERT DEACTIVATED. Original Early WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 High Explosive Hand Grenade. - O 1732
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original early WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 high explosive hand grenade first adopted in 1918 and used throughout the Second World War. This example has a segmented cast iron body with a letter N cast into the side. This hand grenade retains much of its original yellow painted finish underneath the later olive painted refinish none circa 1942 to old stock grenades. This yellow finish was changed to olive green in 1942 due to the grenade easily being highlighted by the yellow paint. The green blended easier with the green uniform. This grenade is fitted with its M10A2 fuse which is complete with its original fly off lever and safety pin/ring. The grenade has no hole in its base. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1732
£0.00

British, WW1 Era Impressive Wooden Propeller Blade By THE INTEGRAL PROPELLOR Co LIMITED, 51 ½ Inches Long. - AE 5
This is an impressive WW1 era propeller blade off an laminated hardwood two bladed propeller that was probably damaged in combat or in a landing incident. The undamaged part was probably cut off at the time as a souvenir which was popular at the time. The blade measures 51 ½ inches long and the maximum width is 11 ¾ inches making it a large two bladed propeller. The propeller blade is made of 7 laminated mahogany pieces that were glued and cross pinned by thin wooden dowels for strength. The blade has the makers transfer, (3 ½ by 3 inches) on the front of the blade MADE BY THE INTEGRAL PROPELLOR Co LIMITED BRIGTISH MADE with a birds wing at its centre. The tip of the propeller has been reinforced by a two pieces thin cloth for about the last 12 inches of the blade and has been painted in a light tan colour. The price for this impressive propeller which is worthy of further research includes U.K. delivery. AE 5
£395.00

Czech Knife Bayonet for the Model 58 Rifles & Scabbard. BAYO 6288. - BAYO 6288
This is an excellent Knife Bayonet for Czech Model 58 rifles. The bayonet has a 6 3/4" parkerised single edged fullered blade with medial ridge. It measures 11 1/2" overall. The blade is stamped with the number '3801M'. The reverse is stamped '114'. It has curved wood grips and is without muzzle ring. It's leather scabbard is in similar excellent undamaged condition. It has a single angled belt loop, retaining strap and stud fastener. The rear is ink stamped with a 'crossed swords 64' ink stamp and partial circular ink stamp at the rear lower tip. All leather & stitching are intact. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 6288. (Box 3)
£195.00

Reichs Finance Adminstration (Customs) M98 Dress Bayonet With Scabbard & 1940 Dated Leather Frog. BAYO 53. - BAYO 53
*Special* An excellent issue Dress bayonet for enlisted personnel of the Customs Service. The Crossguard is stamped with the Letters "RFV" indicating that it is a contract piece issued by the Finance Agency. The pommel is steel with a push button release. The grips are secured with two rivets and have a stacking slot near the crossguard denoting early manufacture. One of the grips has a faint stress crack but the grip is firm and secure and it does not detract visually. It has an up swept quillon and groove muzzle ring. The single edged polished steel blade has the early Eickhorn Logo of a Squirrel within an oval. This is a very rare German Bayonet. It is complete with the correct steel scabbard and nice quality leather frog which is date stamped "1940" on the reverse. (see 'German Clamshells & Other Bayonets' Book by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand, page 124). The price includes Uk delivery. BAYO 53
£395.00

*Scarce* U.S. M7 Bayonet, Sheath and Webbing 19854. - 19854
The M7 bayonet is very similar to the older M4 bayonet with the Korean War era plastic grips for the M1/M2 carbines except that the M7 has a much larger muzzle ring. The M7 has the same two-lever locking mechanism as the M4, that connects to a lug on the M16 rifle's barrel. This is a scarce and tidy American M7 bayonet with a blackened blade and black plastic chequered grips held on by 2 screw bolts. The cross guard is imprinted ‘US –M7’ and ‘Solingen-W Germany’. The bayonet is showing signs of service wear and is contained in a metal sheath similar to the ‘M8A1’.The olive drab coloured scabbard has an olive nylon webbing frog attached to it. See An Illustrated History of Bayonets by Martin Brayley, Page 247 - 248). This is a collectable bayonet in very good condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. 19854. (American Knives & Bayonets)
£225.00

*Rare* ‘Boker’ Maker Marked U.S. M3 Fighting Knife and Original M8 Scabbard. 19871. - 19871
This is a first type, cross guard maker marked and M3 fighting knife which is sometimes called the para leg knife as it was often seen strapped around the boots of the US airborne paratroopers. The M3 was issued for a short time to all soldiers in the American Army including the Infantry and Paratroopers, usually to those who had a weapon that could not have a bayonet fitted to it, like the Thompson machine gun. The handle is made from leather washers, and has markings on the cross guard ‘U.S. M3 – BOKER’ (H.Boker & Sons only produced 31,300 of these knives opposed to the ‘Imperial Knife Co which produced 854,015) It is sheathed in an original scabbard (the scabbard consists of a composite plastic material made from a combination of layered cotton ducking and Tenite. By heat treating the combination, it could be pressure moulded into a solid shape, with strap fastening across the handle, belt loops and metal belt hangers. The scabbard is stamped ‘U.S. M8 BMCO’. A very nice piece from a rare maker. The price includes U.K. delivery. 19871. (American Knives)
£425.00

‘SOLD SOLD (13/08) Imperial’ Maker Marked Blade U.S. M3 Fighting Knife and Original M8 Scabbard. 19868 - 19868
This is a first type, blade maker marked and M3 fighting knife which is sometimes called the para leg knife as it was often seen strapped around the boots of the US airborne paratroopers. The M3 was issued for a short time to all soldiers in the American Army including the Infantry and Paratroopers, usually to those who had a weapon that could not have a bayonet fitted to it, like the Thompson machine gun. The handle is made from leather washers, and has markings on the cross guard ‘U.S. M3 – Imperial’ (the ‘Imperial Knife Co produced 854,015 of these knives) It is sheathed in an original M8 scabbard (the scabbard consists of a composite plastic material made from a combination of layered cotton ducking and Taenite by heat treating the combination, it could be pressure moulded into a solid shape, with strap fastening across the handle, belt loops and metal belt hangers. The scabbard is stamped ‘U.S. M8 BMCO’. The price includes U.K. delivery. 19868. (American Knives)
£0.00

Decorated Spanish Toledo Dagger. 19830. - 19830
This type of dagger - known as the Spanish defence dagger - was made especially in the cities of Toledo and Albacete, from the 18th century until the beginning of the 20th. This lovely 14.25cm blade is decorated with scrolling foliage and etched with a panel ‘FABRICA DE TOLEDO’ its characteristic hilt is decorated with panels of scrolling foliage. It has a spherical pommel and is contained in its steel scabbard decorated to match. All in very good aged condition with a nice patina throughout. The price for this nice Spanish dagger includes UK delivery. 19830. (Drawers)
£225.00

SOLD SOLD (LAY-AWAY 10/08) WW2 Imperial Japanese Army Nagoya Arsenal Arisaka 6.5mm Calibre Rifle With Imperial Chrysanthemum Insignia**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**Sn 19898 - 19898
The Arisaka Rifle was designed by Colonel Nariakira Arisaka 1852–1915. The Arisaka bolt-action rifle was used heavily everywhere the Imperial Japanese Army fought. This is a very good Arisaka Bolt action Rifle in 6.5x50mm Calibre. It has all original woodwork and metal work with original finish throughout. The wood has just light bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. It has its original winged fore sight, flip up ladder rear sight, bayonet lug, sling swivels and steel butt plate. At the end of WW2, one of the final standing orders of the Imperial Army was to file off the Emperor's family Chrysanthemum insignia, or 'Mon', from each of the rifles, thereby preventing the dishonour of surrendering the symbol. This rifle is one of the few to survive with the Chrysanthemum 'mon' insignia which is crisply stamped on the breech housing together with Japanese script characters. The frame has the Nagoya arsenal marks and serial number ‘25974’ together with inspection marks (all illustrated). Deactivated UK/EU specification in 2022 the rifle’s bolt and trigger move. The price includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 19898
£0.00
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