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Nazi M98 Dress Bayonet By W.K.C. Scabbard & Frog. BAYO 114. - BAYO 114
An standard 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 dress bayonet has a rifle mortise and push button release. It retains the red felt in the mortise slot. This is the short version with a 7 3/4" blade which carries the makers logo along with "W.K.C." The polished steel blade is in excellent condition. The grips are chequered and secured with two rivets. It has a metal scabbard with lozenge shaped frog stud and leather frog. (see 'German Clamshells' book pages 15-16 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). BAYO 114.

British Land Pattern Socket Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 603. - BAYO 603
This is a variation of the Land Pattern Socket bayonet shown as B49 on page 40 of Skennertons book. The Land Pattern Socket Bayonet was the first somewhat standardized socket bayonet utilised by the British military. This example is similar to the bottom illustration on page 40 and has a stud to muzzle length of 2”. The blade length is 38 ¾ cm, 52 ¼ cm overall. The scabbard is brass mounted black leather with some stitching open on the rear seam, but is tight and firm. The locket and chape have movement but are connected. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 603. (Box 2)

C1800 British Land Pattern Socket by Maker John Gill. BAYO 578. - BAYO 578
This is a nice Land pattern or India pattern socket bayonet from circa 1800. It is marked to the flat of the blade with John Gill’ (a John Gill is recorded working with his father Thomas Gill in London 1807 "Sword Cutler & Gunmaker". 83 St. James’s St., London and John Gill also recorded as Birmingham 1805-1817) and a Broad Arrow over ‘W.D.’ Blade length 39 ¼ cm, 52 ¼ cm overall. The slot is slightly longer than the usual Land pattern, by around 4” to fit a musket with foresight closer to the muzzle. See Skennerton item B49 page 40 for similar and page 56 for makers marks. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 578. (Box 2)

*Rare* German M1871 Dress Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 577. - BAYO 577
This is a rare maker, dress or walking out bayonet. It is marked to the blade with the trademark of Carl Kaiser & Co. of Solingen who were known as good quality manufacturers of walking out bayonets, although according to Anthony Carter, examples are very rare. The blade also carries etched foliate panels on both sides with staining consistent with age. The cross guard is steel with a muzzle ring, and the hilt is brass but with no provision for attachment to a rifle. The original red felt pad is present to the ricasso. The scabbard is brass mounted black leather with no bends or creases to the leather. A nice example of an M1871 walking out bayonet by a rare maker. See Anthony Carter ‘The models 98/02 & 98/05 page 80 for information about ‘Carl Kaiser & Co’. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 577. (Box 2)

*Unusual* Polish Conversion of a German S 98/05 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 576. - BAYO 576
See ‘German Bayonets the Models 98/02 & 98/05 page 59 for reference. This appears to be one of the Polish post WWI conversions, as the flash guard has been partially removed and there is a number ‘7333’ stamped to the pommel. The blade carries the original makers mark of ‘Waffenfabrik Mauser’ and a crown over ‘W & 17’. The blade is clean, the grips are intact and only showing minor signs of service wear. The scabbard has staining relative to its age, with service wear marks. This is an unusual piece worthy of further research and a must for the German bayonet variations collector. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 576. (German Box 2)

*Scarce* 1st Pattern 1910 Dated Hook Quillon 1907 Pattern Sword Bayonet By Enfield Regiment marked ‘4CT’ To The 4th Battalion ‘The Devils Own’ Irish Connaught Rangers, WD Marked Scabbard, 1914 Pattern Leather Frog & Helve Carrier. 12378 / 12383 - Sn 12378 / 12383.
1st Type 1907 pattern bayonets with hook quillon were introduced in 1908, after 1913, ‘07’ Pattern bayonets were produced without hook quillon (see page 186 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton). This is a near mint, original 1st type hook quillon 1907 pattern sword bayonet by Enfield, complete with correct, original scabbard, frog & extremely rare original helve carrier (we have never had one of these helve carriers in stock during 30 years trading). The sword bayonet has a clean 17 ¼” steel single edged blade with fullers which is stamped at the ricasso on one side with the King’s Crown ‘ER’ (Edward Rex), ’7 ’10 date (July 1910) and ‘1907’ (Pattern) together with Enfield’s ‘EFD’ mark. The reverse is stamped with inspection marks. The bayonet is fitted with 1st pattern hook quillon cross guard which incorporates a muzzle ring. The grips are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is stamped ‘4CT’ to the 4th Battalion Connaught Rangers (The Connaught Rangers "The Devil's Own" was an Irish Line Regiment of the British Army originally raised in 1793 as the 88th Regiment of Foot (Connaught Rangers), which gained a reputation both for indiscipline and for its prowess as shock troops and streetfighters with the bayonet while serving under the Duke of Wellington during the Peninsular War in Spain. The Regiment was involved in most of the major actions of WW1 including Ypres & The Somme. Some 2,500 Connaught Rangers were killed during WW1). The pommel is also stamped with weapon number ‘694’. The bayonet is complete with its original steel mounted brown leather scabbard. The scabbard has the correct rear seam. The leather is crisply impressed with WD arrow. The scabbard is fitted with its correct 6 rivet 1914 pattern leather frog with retaining strap and brass buckle. The rear of the frog has the correct helve strap which is attached to the leather helve carrier. The carrier has riveted fittings (one rivet on the carrier is absent). All the stitching and leather of the scabbard, frog and carrier are intact. The price for this rare piece in near mint condition includes UK delivery. Sn 12378 / 12383.

*Scarce* U.S. Remington Rolling Block Rifle Bayonet M1902 & Scabbard. BAYO 325 - BAYO 325
This is a scarce M1902 bayonet produced initially for Mexico and the Latin American market, however, the Remington rifles and bayonets were supplied to France during WWI and these are marked t the fuller with ‘Remington Arms-Union Metallic CTG. Co. Rem Works. Ilion. NY. U.S.A.’ The scabbard was originally steel with a leather hanger, but this example is in later P17 version which often happened with these bayonets, however, it is priced accordingly. The blade is showing signs of age related wear, the wooden grips are in good condition held with two pins. The scabbards metalwork has a nice patina and the stitching on the leatherwork is intact. See White & Watts item 919, pages 411 & 433. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 325. (U.S. Box 1)

*Scarce/Near Mint* 1947 Dated Poole Arsenal No5 Bayonet Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 324. - BAYO 324
This is an excellent, complete and virtually mint set of a No5 bayonet made at ‘Poole Arsenal’ and dated to the blade with ‘A P’ in a circle and ‘1947’. The pommel carries a broad arrow to the end. The scabbard is a No5 MkII with a brass mouth piece. The frog is a standard Khaki ’37 pattern with a broad arrow stamped to the rear. The blade is in mint condition, the wooden grips only have minor signs of service wear and the scabbard and frog are undamaged and in excellent condition. See Skennerton item B293 page 238. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 324. (Box 2)

*Scarce* American Remington Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 322. - BAYO 322
This is a scarce bayonet and was used in the U.S. by the militia and the U.S. Navy. It was also exported in small quantities especially to Mexico. This example carries no marks to the blade but the grips carry an impressed C.R. however, the leather scabbard which is steel mounted with an integral belt loop which carries a feint oval with ‘U.S. Ord Dept. & Naval Yard’ stamped to the leather. The other side carries the initials ‘C.R.’ twice as appear on the grips. The blade is in good order, as are the wooden grips, only showing minor signs of age. The scabbards metalwork and leather are in good condition. See Martin J. Brayley ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 322. (U.S. Box 2)

British 1960 Dated L1A3 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 321. - BAYO 321
The L1A3 bayonet was introduced into British service during the late 1950s to eliminate the protruding press stud used on the L1A1 and L1A2 designs. It was felt that the protruding press stud made the bayonet too easily dislodged, so the press stud was made flush with the pommel. This is a nice 1960 dated example complete with its No5 MkII scabbard with brass mouthpiece. The steel blade is near perfect, the grips pommel and finger guard are showing minor signs of service wear. The bayonet is in good condition with only a small mark to the rear as shown in the photos. See Skennerton, item B322, pages 260-262. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 321. (Box 1)
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