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WW1 1917 Dated U.S. Remington Pattern 1913 Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. Bayo 302 - Bayo 302
U.S. Pattern 1913 Bayonets were made by Remington for the British .303" P.14 rifle. These bayonets were later issued back to U.S. Forces with the British markings cancelled out and U.S. re-stamped. This is a nice original, WW1 U.S. Remington Pattern 1913 Bayonet for P.14 rifles. It has a clean blade and undamaged grooved slab wood grips. It is stamped on the ricasso '1913' and with the Remington roundel together with '9 17' date (September 1917). The reverse has a cancelled British Inspection stamp and is stamped 'U.S'. It is complete with original black leather No 1 MK II scabbard with steel mounts and round frog stud. It is complete with a British 1925 Pattern webbing frog as used by the R.A.F. and is dated 1940 to the rear. There is also a faint Air Ministry mark "A.M." below a Crown. (See Bayonet Belt Frogs book by Anthony Carter, item 152 page 37). An unusual combination of a bayonet being used over a long period of time. The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 302

German M1871 Regimently Stamped Bayonet By Weyersberg & Stamm, Solingen, Scabbard. Sn 14094 - 14094
A very nice M1871 bayonet for the Mauser rifle. It has brass grips and a steel recurving crossguard. The blade is fullered and is stamped with the makers name "Weyersberg & Stamm Solingen". The crossguard is stamped with a regimental stamp, "B6 R1 130". The other side is stamped with a serial number "61607". The scabbard is brass mounted brown leather and the Frog Stud is stamped with the number "r 3615". (See White & Watts No 245, Pages 113 & 116). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14094

WW1 1910 Dated British 1907 Bayonet By Enfield and Regimentally Stamped To Oxfordshire Light Infantry & Scabbard Converted For Drill Purposes. Bayo 303 - Bayo 303
This is a converted 1907 bayonet which has had the tip rounded off for drill purposes. It is stamped on the ricasso with a Crown over "E.R." followed by "1907 11 10 (Manufactured November 1910) and "E.F.D." (Enfield). The other side is stamped with a War Department Broad Arrow and several inspection stamps. The pommel is stamped with "OX" over "321" denoting regimental use by the Oxfordshire Light Infantry. The scabbard is the standard No 1 MK II with tear drop frog stud. (See Skennerton's Item B236 pages 188-189). The price includes delivery. Bayo 303

WW1 1915 British .455” Webley Mk. VI Service Revolver Holster by Parkers & Co (Coach Builders) London. L 309 - L 309
A superb condition brown leather holster, dated 1915 for the Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolver. It has a full flap cover with retaining strap and brass stud fastener. The rear has a large rear belt loop with original brass loop. The strap is crisply impressed "Parkers & Co (Coach Builders) London" together with "1915" date. All leather, brass fittings and stitching are intact and in excellent condition. Price for this nicely stamped WW1 dated holster includes UK delivery. L 309

WW1 1916 Dated British 1907 Pattern Bayonet By Scarce Maker J.A. Chapman and Scabbard. Sn 14039:2 - 14039:2
This is a WW1 1916 dated 1907 Pattern British bayonet by a scarce maker. It is stamped on the ricasso on one side with a Crown over "1907 12 16" denoting it was made in December 1916. Below this is a makers name "Chapman". On the other side it has several inspection marks and the pommel is stamped with "H.Q. 105" (presumably Headquarters). Chapman produced 300,000 1907 bayonets in WW1 compared to Wilkinson's who produced 2,360,000 and therefore makes them one of the smaller manufacturers and quite scarce. (See Skennerton's item B235, pages 186-192). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14039:2

WW1 1916 Dated US Winchester Bayonet For P 14 Rifles and Scabbard With WW2 Leather Frog. Sn 14038:3 - 14038:3
A lovely condition U.S. Pattern 1913 bayonet made by Winchester in June 1916 for British .303" P.14 rifles. These bayonets were later issued back to U.S. Forces with the British markings cancelled out and U.S. re-stamped. The P.14 rifles were adopted by UK Reserve Forces both in WW1 and Home Guard extensively in WW2. It has a nice clean blade and grooved slab wood grips. The ricasso of the blade is stamped "1913" (pattern) and "6-16' ( June 1916) and "W" (denoting manufacturer by Winchester). The reverse has several inspection stamps and the War Department 'Broad Arrow'. Winchester only produced 225,000 1913 pattern bayonets compared to the 1,243,000 produced by Remington making them quite scarce. It is complete with a steel mounted leather scabbard and WW2 leather 'Home Guard' frog. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14038:3

A Scarce WW2 1944 Dated British 1907 Lanchester S.M.G. Bayonet By Wilkinson and Scabbard. Sn 14039:1 - 14039:1
This is a scarce 1907 Pattern Lanchester S.M.G. bayonet. It was issued with the Lanchester sub machine gun during WW2 mainly to the Navy. It was produced by Wilkinson and is stamped with their code number "S294" on the ricasso. It is stamped on one side of the ricasso with "1907 S294 WSC 3 44" and on the other side with several inspection marks and the War Department 'Broad Arrow'. The bayonets were all issued with a blackened finish and only 87,600 were produced commencing in 1943. (see Skennerton's , Item B281, pages 230 & 231). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14039:1

Smiths Astral Brass Cased Ships Bulk Head Clock. Sn 14024 - 14024
Smiths trace their ancestry back to a craftsman named Samuel Smith who in 1851 opened a shop in Newington Causeway, London, where he made and sold watches, clocks and precision instruments. Astral was not a manufacturer. It was a trade name introduced by H Williamson Ltd. to indicate a particular range of clocks. In May 1932 the Clock manufacturing operations of English Clock and Watch Manufacturers Ltd. were acquired by S Smith & Sons (Motor Accessories) Ltd. The purchase meant that Smiths acquired rights to many movement designs. Probably the most important of these were the Astral and Empire marine ranges, both of which remained in production for many years. This is a ships bulkhead clock contained in a beautiful brass case with brass mounting plate, factory drilled on the flange with four holes for bulkhead mounting. The clock is fully serviced and has a pristine fully working movement. The hinged bezelled face glass is in perfect condition. The face has minutes marked round the circumference 5-60 and in the centre a sub hour scale marked 1- 12. It has two black hands, one minute hand and one hour hand which is shortened to fit inside the sub scale. It has a red second hand. There is an F-S adjuster to quickly fine tune the speed at which the clock is running. It is complete with a brass winding key. The clock face measures 7 3/4" n diameter and the case measures 8 1/2" in diameter. The clock measures 4" from the mounting plate to the top of the face glass. This is a very nice, fully working and pristine condition ships bulkhead clock. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14024

SOLD SOLD SOLD U.S. Navy Chesea Clock Company Phenolic Resin Cased Ships / Submarine Bulkhead Clock In Full Working Order. Sn 14052 - 14052
Chelsea has a long and storied history aboard U.S. Navy ships, one that dates back to the early 1900s when the U.S. government began ordering marine clocks. The Navy hoped to take advantage of Chelsea’s growing reputation for nautical excellence. Chelsea made sure its clocks were built to Navy standards, tough enough to withstand moisture, dropping, shaking, and the rigors of life at sea. Chelsea clocks found homes on ships, destroyers, cruisers, and even submarines. Due to the wartime shortage of metal, the Navy challenged Chelsea to make a clock tough enough for battle without using its traditional brass case. Chelsea responded with a phenolic resin case that was lightweight yet durable enough that it wouldn’t break or shatter like conventional plastic. This Chelsea Clock is serial number 62524E. It is in a phenolic resin case which is black. The case is in great condition. The face glass hinges back and is secured with a thumb screw. The glass is in perfect undamaged condition. The black face is in excellent condition having 0-23 hours marked in white around the circumference. It also has seconds marked on the circumference in 5 second intervals. In the centre it has "Chelsea Clock Company Boston" in white lettering and below this "U.S. Navy Ser No 62524E". to the right side of the face it has a fast slow setting slider marked in white segments. The winding portal is also on the face at '6 o'clock'. The clock has two white painted minute and hour hands and a red second hand with crescent tail. On the reverse of the mounting plate it is embossed with "Chelsea Clock Company Boston". It also has "881211" scratched above this. This is a very nice war time era original Chelsea Clock Co Ships Bulkhead clock, in full working order and in excellent original condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 14052

WW2 2nd Pattern Nickel Plated British Officer’s Fairbairn Sykes Wilkinson Sword FS Commando Fighting Knife With Etched Panels & Scabbard. Sn 14122 - 14122
2nd Pattern Fairbairn Sykes 'FS' Fighting Knives were introduced in 1941(see pages 55 and 58 of British & Commonwealth Military knives By Flook). This is an excellent original WW2 Officer’s nickel plated 2nd pattern, FS dagger and scabbard. The ricasso is beautifully marked by the manufacturer ' Wilkinson Sword London' & the reverse 'The FS Fighting Knife'. Its double edged dagger blade with medial ridge measures 175mm in length. Its original scabbard has a nickel plated chape and integral belt loop. The scabbard retains its 4 original sewn on tabs & elasticated retaining strap. All stitching and leather are intact. Price for this WW2 Officer’s FS Commando dagger includes UK delivery. Sn 14122

RARE, Nazi German Transitional 1933 Pattern SS Man’s Dagger By Robert Klass, Solingen With Etched Motto, ‘SS’ Runes, RZM M7/37 1051/39 Marks & Scabbard. Sn 14128 - 14128
This is a rare original 1933 pattern SS man’s dagger and scabbard. The blade is crisply stamped with the manufacturer’s name & trademark Robert Klass, Solingen and RZM marks M7/37 1051/39 (Nazi Quartermaster’s Manufacturer codes) together with ‘SS’ runes. The presence of both manufacturer and RZM marks indicates that this is a transitional piece. Early SS daggers had just manufacturer marks and later daggers had just RZM marks. The blade has the correct "Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" (My Honour Is Loyalty) inscription. The black wooden grip is original and undamaged. The Nazi German National Emblem and 'SS' runes roundel are perfectly fitted. It has a Nickel plated cross guard & pommel. Some of the nickel plating on the cross guard is worn consistent with age and service use. The dagger is complete with original metal scabbard. The scabbard has a single hanging ring, nickel plated chape and throat mount. The scabbard retains all of its original finish. Price for this rare Nazi SS piece includes UK delivery. Sn 14128

C1934 Weimar Era German Police Long Clamshell Dress Bayonet By Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co Solingen (WKC) Converted To Nazi Rural Police Bayonet With Correct Stag Horn Grips Mounted With Nazi Police Eagle Badge & Scabbard. Sn 14158 - 14158
This is an original Weimar Police clamshell dress bayonet converted to Nazi Rural Police bayonet. It has its original nickel plating and superb Stag horn grips. One grip is mounted with Nazi Police badge. It has an ornate Eagle’s head pommel & upswept, oak leaf cross guard. During the conversion to a Nazi bayonet the clamshell which would of had a Weimar Eagle embossed was contemporarily removed. It has a 13” single edged, fullered blade with crisp C1934 early WKC Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co Solingen (WKC) manufacturer’s helmet trademark at the ricasso. Its original brown leather scabbard with nickel plated chape and locket is undamaged. All leather & stitching intact of the scabbard is intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 14158
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