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German Seitengewehr M1871 Sword Bayonet Regiment Marked 77.R.R.11.229 By Weyersberg Solingen & Scabbard Regiment Marked. BAYO 243 - BAYO 243 / 13286
This is a nice original example of a German Seitengewehr M1871 Bayonet and Scabbard. The Bayonet was the standard Infantry bayonet for the M1871 Mauser Rifle (see page 113&116 of White & Watts ‘The Bayonet Book’). It has a ribbed brass hilt with birds head pommel and push button catch with steel flat spring and a steel re-curved cross guard with muzzle ring and swept quillon. It has a clean 18 ½” fullered steel blade with single edge. The ricasso has a partially visible maker’s mark GEBR WEYERSB (Weyersberg) Solingen’. The top edge carries the Prussian crown over W and 74 )1874). The cross guard is Regiment marked ’77.R.R.11.229’ which signifies a reserve regiment. (See John Walter, The German Bayonet, page 122). The bayonet is complete with its original brass mounted leather Scabbard. The top mount with frog bar and the chape carry profuse regimental markings. Some of which are crossed through. This bayonet has had a life with lots of different regiments. The correct original frog is of brown leather. All leather and stitching of the scabbard are intact. Price includes UK delivery. BAYO 243

British 1853 Pattern Enfield Socket Bayonet & Scabbard. Bayo 242 - Bayo 242
Locking rings on Bayonets were trialled on British weapons from 1794 and were made in many variants to solve problems associated with secure fitting of socket bayonets to Muskets. Locking rings were eventually adopted for Service in 1853. (see pages 48-49 of Skennerton's book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). This is an excellent 1853 pattern socket bayonet. It has a 17" blade (20 1/2" overall) which is straight and clean. The socket is complete with locking ring. It has a muzzle ring diameter of 20mm. The flat back of the triangular blade near to the socket is stamped with inspection marks over "B" on top of "54". The bayonet is complete with it's brown leather scabbard with brass locket and chape. The leather of the scabbard is undamaged. The price for this excellent bayonet includes UK delivery. Bayo 242

British 1856/58 Pattern Yataghan Sword Bayonet For Enfield .577 Rifles And Scabbard. Bayo 241 - Bayo 241
British 1856/58 Sword Bayonets were produced for Enfield .577 rifles by English manufacturer's and the German Solingen trade. This is a nice example of the British Sword bayonet, Pattern 1856/58, with Yataghan type blade (see page 114 plate B151 of Skennerton’s book British & Commonwealth Bayonets). The clean steel blade is undamaged. The blade is 22.75" long (28 1/2" overall) and has a curving Yataghan form which is fullered. The ricasso has a crisp stamp "H.H. & Co". The pommel is stamped with "4". It has a steel cross guard and muzzle ring. The muzzle ring diameter is 20.5mm. It has a leather 2-piece grip which has a chequered pattern. The grips are undamaged. The steel mounted leather scabbard's stitching and leather are undamaged. This is a very nice clean example. The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 241

Chrome Plated Dress or Parade Japanese Arisaka Bayonet and Scabbard. Bayo 240 - Bayo 240
An original Japanese Arisaka Bayonet 1897-1950 (Type 30) with wooden grip and metal scabbard. All of the steel parts have been chrome plated. The bayonet is from the Kokura Arsenal, (pre WW2) It has a hooked quillon and muzzle ring. On the head of the pommel it has a stamped number "1379574" It has a chromed single edge blade which measures 398mm long. On the ricasso it has the Japanese manufacturers mark for the Kokura Arsenal. The scabbard is metal and chromed. (Please see page 203 of The Bayonet Book by Peter White) The bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition. The price includes Uk delivery. Bayo 240

WW1 2nd Battalion The Northamptonshire Regiment Sanderson, 1907 Pattern Bayonet, Scabbard and Frog. Bayo 239 - Bayo 239
The Northamptonshire Regiment was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1960. The 2nd Battalion, which had been in Alexandria returned to England and then landed at Le Havre as part of the 24th Brigade in the 8th Division in November 1914 also for service on the Western Front. This 1907 pattern bayonet has a nice polished blade, which is stamped on the ricasso with the Crown "1907 10 13 Sanderson", the makers name. The reverse is stamped with inspection marks and War Department arrow. The pommel, crossguard and slab wood grips are undamaged and secure. The pommel is crisply stamped "2 N N" denoting '2nd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment' together with the bayonet number '461'. The bayonet is complete with original leather No 2 MK I scabbard with round frog stud and straight edges on the locket & chape. The frog is the standard 38 webbing type. All leather and stitching are undamaged and intact. Price for this Regimentally Marked WW1 dated Bayonet with scabbard and frog includes UK delivery. Bayo 239

American M1917 Bayonet By Remington and Scabbard. Bayo 238 - Bayo 238
This is a good condition M1917 bayonet made by Remington. It is nicely stamped on the ricasso with "Remington". The other side is stamped with the 'Flaming Grenade' over "US" and the eagles head inspection mark. The wooden grips have two grooves cut into them and there is an oil hole in the pommel. It is carried in its first pattern scabbard with leather fob attached to the top mount which carried the U.S. wire type belt hooks. Later scabbards merely has the belt hooks attached to the top mount. The American scabbards also has a small drain hole drilled in the bottom of the chape, unlike British versions which did not have the hole. A nice early and complete pattern 1917 bayonet and early scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 238

British 1913 MK I Sword Bayonet By Remington and Scabbard. Bayo 237 - Bayo 237
This is a very nice 1913 Pattern bayonet and scabbard. The pattern 1913 was introduced into British service in 1916 even though it fitted the P14 rifle. The majority were made in America by Winchester and Remington with a small number made in England by Vickers. The blade is stamped with the date "1913" over "3 1" (March 1916) and the Remington Trademark. The other side is stamped with British Inspection marks. The grips are wood with two broad grooves cut into them to distinguish the bayonet from the P1907 as it would only fit the P14 rifle and not the S.M.L.E. The bayonet should not be confused with the American P17 bayonets which are stamped on the blade with the date "1917" and US Ordnance marks. The scabbard is the British No 2 MKI with a round frog stud, rivets in locket showing and straight edges. It is stamped on the locket with a Broad Arrow, EFD (Enfield) and AV and the bottom chape with an inspection stamp. The leather is stamped with inspection marks next to the seam. This is not a common bayonet. (See Skennerton's item B239, page 192-193). The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 237

MINT, Nazi German Era Fireman’s Long Model Dress Bayonet By Eickhorn, Solingen & Scabbard With leather Frog. BAYO 236 - BAYO 236
This is a near mint, Nazi era German Fireman's Dress Bayonet and scabbard (see the book 'German Clamshells' page 126 by Walker and Weinand). The basic design is taken from the standard military dress bayonet but is without the rifle mortise and stud button. The cross guard is lengthened to give a re curve appearance. This is the long version with a 9 ¾” pristine blade and has the crisp makers name ‘Original Eickhorn Solingen’ with squirrel trademark. The blade has its original leather hilt washer. The pommel and cross guard are nickel plated. It has black plastic chequered grips secured with two rivets. It comes with the correct black painted military issue scabbard which is free of dents. The paint has just small areas of wear to be expected. The scabbard is fitted with correct black leather frog with 4 rivets. The rear of the frog has indistinct small impressed letters and numbers. All leather stitching & rivets of the frog are intact. This is one of the nicest Fireman’s dress bayonets we have owned. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 236

MINT, German M98 Dress Bayonet By FW Holler Solingen & Scabbard. BAYO 235 - BAYO 235
This is a near mint, M98 dress bayonet and scabbard (see the book 'German Clamshells' page 15 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). 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 push button release. It retains the red felt in the mortise slot. This example has a pristine 7 ¾” blade (12 ½” overall). It has the maker’s name and trademark roundel ‘FW Holler Solingen’ at the ricasso. The cross guard and pommel are nickel plated. The black plastic grips are chequered and secured with two rivets. It has its original black military issue scabbard with lozenge shaped frog stud. The finish of the scabbard has areas of service wear. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 235

WW1, DEMAG, Imperial German Army, Aufpflanzbarer Grabendolch Or Fixable Trench Knife Bayonet With Imperial Inspection Mark & Scabbard With Integral Belt Loop. BAYO 234 - BAYO 234
An original World War I Imperial German Army, Aufpflanzbarer Grabendolch or Fixable Trench Knife Bayonet, often referred to by collectors as the DEMAG (see pages 60-69 and markings on page 67 of Mery’s book ‘German Combat Knives 1914-1945’). These knife Bayonets were popular private purchase weapons for German infantry fighting in the trenches of the Western Front, as they provided a much handier and more useful multipurpose tool than that standard Mauser M-1898 bayonet. They were produced by Deutsche Maschinefabrik A-G of Duisburg, and the collector nickname originates from the DEMAG makers mark on the ricasso. The square shank ricasso of this example is crisply stamped with the Demag roundel and has 2 dots separating the Demag from Duisberg (other examples have stars rather than dots). The reverse is stamped 'Gesetzlich Geschutzt' and most importantly the back of the blade has a small Imperial inspection mark which is not seen on fake examples. The combination knife bayonet has a unique “crank” shaped steel handle and steel crossguard, which is instantly identifiable with bayonet lug slot and button which works as it should. The handle has much of its original green paint and it has an undamaged lightly stained double edged blade with medial ridge which is 150mm length (270mm overall). Its original steel scabbard has the remains of its original riveted integral leather belt loop (the loop is absent). The scabbard's black paint finish has some surface wear consistent with age and service use. The price for this nice honest example of the Demag bayonet includes UK delivery. BAYO 234
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