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Rare Maker WW1 1916 Dated British 1907 Pattern Bayonet & Leather Scabbard by Mole. Sn 10818 - 10818
This is an excellent WW1, 1916 dated example of the Pattern 1907 British bayonet for the SMLE rifle complete with leather scabbard. The ricasso of the bayonet is stamped with a Crown and "GR" and by the manufacturer Mole and "11 16" (November 1916) along with "1907". Mole is a rare maker with only 60,000 bayonets made by 1917, with Wilkinson Sword making 2,360,000. On the reverse is stamped with inspection marks and an "X" along with the War Department 'Crows Foot'. The blade is in very clean condition and it's slab wood grips are undamaged and perfectly secure. Both grips are stamped with inspection marks. The pommel has the push button release which operates smoothly. The steel pommel has the hole drilled just below the release button, the hole was drilled right through the pommel to pass through the locking slot. This idea was to release accumulated dirt in the groove which allowed the bayonet to lock onto the rifle. This dates the bayonet after 1916. It is complete with a nice original steel mounted leather scabbard which is stamped on the throat with "161". All stitching of the scabbard is intact. Price for this excellent WW1 rare maker bayonet complete with scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 10818
325.00

British No.4 Mk I Socket Bayonet & Steel Scabbard. Sn 10819 - 10819
An original British No.4 MK I socket bayonet with cruciform blade and steel scabbard. The No. 4 MK I was officially approved on 15th November 1939. It features a cruciform blade and is virtually identical to the 1933 trials model with a tapered tubular steel scabbard. (see page 214, item no B266 in Skennerton's British & Commonwealth Bayonets Book.) The bayonet is crisply stamped with the Crown and "GR" along with 'No 4 Mk I' and "S M". It has "71" on the reverse. The push release catch works as it should. The sharpened spike bayonet cruciform blade is 8" long. The bayonet is complete with it's original black steel tapered scabbard with "No 4 MK I" stamped on the throat. The bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery.
275.00

Dutch M1895 Mannlicher Sword Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Bayo 13 - Bayo 13 / 10852
An excellent Dutch M1895 Mannlicher sword bayonet with leather scabbard and integral frog. This bayonet was designed for use on the Mannlicher carbine. This bayonet features a push button release on the same face of the pommel as the locking slot. The Mannlicher carbine and bayonet was originally designed for the Netherlands Artillery but was later issued to some other special units within the Dutch Army. (See page 219 of White & Watts bayonet Book). The bayonet was made at the Hembrug Arsenal and is crisply stamped on the ricasso "Hembrug". On the reverse it is stamped with proof marks and on the cross guard edge with "7220K". The bayonet has an unusual 'T' section steel blade which measures 18 3/4" long. It has slab grips which are secured with large rivets. The pommel has a short locking slot with the push button release on the same edge as the slot. The push button works smoothly as it should. The scabbard is brown leather and has just a small section of stitching at the tip missing, a field repair has been carried at some point using twisted wire. The scabbard has a frog which is riveted to it. It is made of leather and the reverse of the frog is stamped with "1717" and "7118" as can be seen in the photographs. The frog has a cross strap securing over a brass button but the belt loop section is missing. This is an excellent condition bayonet with it's original leather scabbard. The price includes UK delivery.
345.00

British 1917 '07' Bayonet for the S.M.L.E. Stamped to Ampleforth College Officer's Training Corps. By Wilkinson & Scabbard. Bayo 14 - Bayo 14 / 10853
British 1917 '07' bayonet for the S.M.L.E. which is stamped to Ampleforth College Officer's Training Corps. by Wilkinson and complete with it's leather scabbard. The bayonet has an excellent condition single edged blade which is 17" long. It has a central fuller. The blade is stamped on the ricasso with "1907 33 8 17 Wilkinson" on one side and ordnance marks on the other. The cross guard is straight and has a full muzzle ring. It has wood slab grips secured with two screw bolts. One grip is nicely stamped. The steel pommel has the hole drilled just below the release button, the hole was drilled right through the pommel to pass through the locking slot. This idea was to release accumulated dirt in the groove which allowed the bayonet to lock onto the rifle. This dates the bayonet after 1916. The pommel is stamped "O T C AMP 57" (Officer Training Corps Ampleforth). The bayonet comes with it's original leather scabbard which has a blackened metal top and chape. The scabbard has a metal belt hook. (Please see pages 323 and 393 in The Bayonet Book by White). The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 14
245.00

British No 7 MK 1 L Bayonet For No 4 Rifles With a Swivel Handle, Scabbard and Stamped Frog. Sn 10683 - 10683
An original No 7 MK 1 L, bayonet made for the No 4 Rifle and MK V Sten Sub Machine Guns with a swivel handle. The 'L' designation is for Land Service. It was only issued to the Guards and a few other selected units. It has a 7.75 blade (12.25" overall) with bowie knife style blade and deep fuller to both sides. The blade and brown Tufnell grip are in great undamaged condition as is it's steel scabbard. The blade is marked on the ricasso 'No 7 MK1/L' . The scabbard has no dents and is complete with a webbing frog. The frog is ink stamped on the reverse with "RR 1891 CN 878 6103". The Price includes UK delivery. Sn 10683
245.00

Original Kings Crown Hand Decorated Police Presentation Truncheon Issued By Glasgow Police 1902. Pol - Pol 373 / 10859
Original Kings Crown Hand Decorated Police presentation truncheon issued by Glasgow Police in 1902. The truncheon was issued to Police Constable George White in 1902 when he left Glasgow Police and moved to Liverpool where he joined Liverpool Police. It is made from hard wood, the baton is painted black and the decoration has been painted onto this and then varnished. The truncheon measures 17 1/4" long. The decoration consists of a Kings Crown, below this is 'GR' with a gold and red bordered band and a gold and red crest below this. The truncheon has a multi grip shaped handle. The truncheon was handed down through the family, we purchased this from a family member. The price includes Uk delivery. Pol 373
225.00

WW2 Auxiliary Training Service Officers Side Cap and A.T.S. Cap Badge Size 6 7/8. HE 852 - HE 852 10847
WW2 Auxiliary Training Service Officers Side Cap and A.T.S. Cap Badge Size 6 7/8. The side cap is in near perfect unworn original condition, showing no signs of ever being worn in service. The cap is brown with green piping. It has two brass ATS buttons at the front and on the left side a cloth and brass A.T.S. cap badge is sewn on. The patch is three layers, red on green on brown and stitched onto the cap. The brass A.T.S. cap badge, complete with wearers slider is slid onto the patch. The inside of the cap is cotton lined and in near mint condition, showing no signs of having being worn. The cap still has the original paper size label "6 7/8" inside as can be seen in one of the photographs. The price includes UK delivery. HE 852
295.00

19th Century Zulu Chief's Large Root Ball knobkerrie With Braided Rope Grip. W 672 - W 672 / 10844
A Circa 19th Century Zulu Chief's large root ball knobkerrie with braided rope loop grip. Knobkierie, also spelled knobkerrie, knopkierie or knobkerry, are clubs used mainly in Southern and Eastern Africa. Typically they have a large knob at one end and can be used for throwing at animals in hunting or for clubbing an enemy's head. The knobkierie is carved from a branch thick enough for the knob, with the rest being whittled down to create the shaft. This club weighs 1kg and measures 29". The club is made from a hard wood and has a 25" shaft which is in excellent condition, free of damage or cracks. It is ornately decorated with three bands of woven copper wire. At the end of the shaft there is a hole through which is a woven/braided rope hand loop which is ornately knotted. The knob is 4" in diameter and shows two shades of wood. This is an excellent example and in very good condition. The price includes Uk delivery. W 672
475.00

WW2 Nazi German Walther PPK Semi Automatic Pistol Holster. L 335 - L 335
A WW2 Nazi German Walther PPK semi automatic pistol holster. The holster is Waffenamt stamped under the strap with 'WaA100'. The holster height is 6.59" and the maximum flap width is 4.62". The holster in good condition and has a fold over flap secured with a steel button. The strap is securely stitched. Inside the flap in green ink it has what looks to be "B.V.H. 0085" hand written. On the reverse it has a leather belt loop. All of the stitching is present and secure. The price includes Uk delivery. L 335
345.00

Extremely Rare 1917 Dated Brass Webley Flare Pistol Holster for the Sam Browne Equipment Belt By T. Thomasson & Co. L 336 - L 336 / 10876
Extremely Rare 1917 dated brass Webley flare pistol holster for the Sam Browne Equipment belt By T. Thomasson & Co. of Worcester. This is an extremely rare holster made with brass loops and hook to fit onto the Sam Browne Equipment Belt. The holster is photographed with a Webley Flare Pistol in the holster to demonstrate the fit (NOT included in the sale of the holster). The holster is made from brown leather, it has a very nice patina. The holster has a fold over flap which has a brass button. A leather strap with two punched holes fold forward over the flap to secure it. Under the flap, on the edge of the holster it is stamped "T. Thomasson & Co 1917". On the reverse the holster has a belt loop which is stitched to the holster and is fitted with a brass hook and also has a additional brass rivet to help secure the strap. It also has two brass loops. This is a very well made, holster. We have never seen one like it before. The holster is in excellent original condition and retains all of the stitching which is all secure. The price includes UK delivery. L 336
375.00

WW1 1915 British .455 Webley Mk. VI Service Revolver Holster By Barkers & Co. (Coach Builders) Ltd. London. L 337 - L 337 / 10845
A superb condition brown leather holster, dated 1915 for the Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolver. The holster is photographed with a Webley .455 revolver in it to demonstrate the fit (Not Included in the sale of the holster). It has a full flap cover with retaining strap and brass button fastener. The rear has a large rear belt loop with original brass retaining hook and brass loop. The centre of the flap strap is crisply impressed "Barkers & Co. (Coach Builders) Ltd. London" together with "1915" date. All leather, brass fittings and stitching are intact and in excellent condition. Price for this nicely stamped early WW1 dated holster includes UK delivery. L 337
225.00

WW1 1916 Dated British .455 Webley Mk. VI Service Revolver Holster By F. Laneley, Walsall. L 338 - L 338 / 10850
An excellent condition brown leather holster, dated 1916 for the Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolver. The holster is photographed with a Webley .455 revolver in it to demonstrate the fit (Not Included in the sale of the holster). It has a full flap cover with retaining strap and brass button fastener. The rear has a large rear belt loop with original brass retaining hook and brass loop. The rear of the flap is crisply stamped "F. Laneley Walsall 1916". All leather, brass fittings and stitching are intact and in excellent condition. Price for this nicely stamped early WW1 dated holster includes UK delivery. L 338
225.00
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