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**MINT**UN-ISSUED**WW2 U.S. Army M4 Knife Bayonet By Camillus (Cutlery Co New York) For M1 Carbines & M8A1 Scabbard By PWH (Pennsylvania Working Home For The Blind) Fitted With Thigh Cord. Sn 20574 - 20574
This is an original WW2 U.S army M4 Knife Bayonet by 'Camillus' complete with its M8A1 scabbard by PWH (Pennsylvania Working Home For The Blind) all in near mint, un-issued condition. The bayonet has the correct compressed leather rings handle which is undamaged. Its clean parkerised steel blade measures 6 ¾”. The cross guard is stamped 'US M4 Camillus'. The steel pommel has the correct ‘pincer’ bayonet release catch. Its olive green plastic/ fibre scabbard has a holed tip for cord with metal chape and an integral webbing frog with belt loop which has a single retaining strap, brass stud fastener and steel belt bar. The chape is fitted with lace thigh cord. The steel throat mount is correctly stamped 'U.S. M8A1' and with 'PWH' manufacturer detail. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20574

*U.S. Model ‘1917’ Remington Bayonet and Scabbard. 20565:3. - 20565:3
This is a nice clean ‘P1917’ bayonet made in ‘WWII’ for the ‘P17 30-06’ rifle. It can be differentiated from the ‘P13’ which it resembles by the markings on the blade. This example is marked to the blade with ‘1917’ over Remington in a circle, meaning manufacture by ‘Remington’ (founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington (as E. Remington and Sons) in Ilion, New York, it was one of the oldest gun makers in the US and claimed to be the oldest factory in the US that still made its original product) who made over 2 million bayonets. The other side of the blade carries the flaming grenade and eagles head over ‘U, S’. and inspection marks. The grips are wooden *with age related marks* with two grooves cut across them which is where it resembles the ‘P13’ and was interchangeable with the ‘P13’ except for the ‘P17’ rifle being 30.06 instead of the British .303. The scabbard which is showing signs of use is the standard American ‘P17’ version with belt hooks attached. These bayonets were often issued to the Home guard in WWII. See ‘Skennerton’ item B289 page 236. A scarce piece, for the collector. The price includes U.K. delivery. 20565:3. (Box 1)

*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* 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)

*Mint/Scarce* Blade Marked U.S. M3 Bayonet and Scabbard. 20444:7. - 20444:7
This is a virtually mint example of a blade marked M3 bayonet. The blade marked bayonets were thought to weaken the blade and were only made for 6 months before markings were moved to the crossguard. This blade is marked ‘M3-UTICA’ and retains most of its original parkerised finish with only a minor mark to one edge. The leather washer grip is in perfect condition as are the crossguard and pommel. It is contained in its early ‘U.S. M8’ scabbard by ‘B.M. Co’ (Beckwith Manufacturing). A lovely example of an early M3 fighting knife. The price includes UK delivery. 204447:7. (U.S. Fighting Knives)

U.S. 1942 Dated M1 Bayonet and Scabbard. 20436. - 20436
This is a newly made M1 bayonet for the M1 Garand (The M1 Garand or M1 rifle is a semi-automatic rifle that was the service rifle of the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War) and not a cut down M1905 or M1942 blade. The blade carries the flaming grenade and ‘1942’ on one side and ‘U.S.’ on the other. The blade is fullered and predominantly unmarked with only minor signs of use related wear. It is carried in its correct green plastic scabbard with ‘U.S.’ within a flaming grenade to the top mount. The scabbard is undamaged and has a nice aged patina. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J.Brayley pages 231 to 241. The price includes UK delivery. 20436. (Knife Bayonets)

**American M1917 Bayonet by Remington, Scabbard and Leather Frog. BAYO 301. - BAYO 301
This is a good condition M1917 bayonet made by Remington. It is nicely stamped on the ricasso with ‘1917 Remington’. The other side is stamped with the 'Flaming Grenade' over "US" and the eagles head inspection mark. The wooden grips which are showing signs of use have two grooves cut into them and there is an oil hole in the pommel. It is carried in a later pattern British scabbard, later scabbards have the belt hooks attached to the top mount. The American scabbards also have a small drain hole drilled in the bottom of the chape, unlike British versions which did not have the hole. The Scabbard has a date stamp ‘1918’ and an illegible makers mark to the rear. The frog has a nice patina *top strap missing* A nice early and complete pattern 1917 bayonet and scabbard. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 301.

American U.S. M1 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 270. - BAYO 270
This is an M1 bayonet that has been cut down from a ‘M1905/M1942’ bayonet. This occurred from August 1942 when it was decided that the ‘M1905 & M1924’ bayonets were too long, especially for jungle fighting. The difference between a converted ‘M1 and a newly made one is that on a converted bayonet the fullers run through to the tip as in this example. The blade is marked ‘U.C.’ (Utica Cutlery, New York) over ‘U.S.’ a flaming grenade and 1943. This example is a late production ‘M1942’ as Utica Cutlery were still making them in 1942/43 even after the new bladed shorter ‘M1’ bayonets were put into production. Its newly made ‘M7’ scabbard of olive green plastic and top mount with U.S. within flaming grenade. See ‘An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ by Martin J. Brayley pages 230 to 242. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 270.

*Excellent*American U.S. Model 1917 Bayonet Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 591. - BAYO 591
This is a very nice 1917 pattern bayonet marked to the blade with 1917 over Remington in a circle on one side and an eagle with flaming grenade over U.S. on the other. These bayonets were originally manufactured by the U.S. in WWI and acquired by the British in WWII for use mainly by the Home Guard. This example has a brown leather scabbard which has been fitted with a 1939 pattern leather frog which is nicely and clearly stamped to the rear with Lees (W) Ltd 1940 and a broad arrow. See Skennerton item B289, pages 236. The metalwork and leather are in very nice condition and these would make a brilliant addition to any collection. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 591.

American U.S. Model 1917 Polished Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 588. - BAYO 588
This is a WWII 1917 pattern bayonet with the WWII pattern scabbard of olive green plastic. Earlier models had the leather scabbards, but during the Second World War a further pattern was introduced of olive green plastic with a steel top mount incorporating a double hook and marked to the top locket with U.S. within a flaming grenade and M1917. The polished blade is in good condition and is marked 1917 over Remington (In 1940, the US Army became worried about its ammunition capacity and asked Remington to collaborate on a plan for national expansion. With the aid of DuPont, Remington built the Lake City Army Ammunition Plant (named Lake City Arsenal initially) and Denver Ordnance ammunition plants, and three more plants later on, including the Lowell Ordnance Plant. Though the plants belonged to the US government, Remington was asked to oversee their operation) within a circle on one side and an eagle with a flaming grenade over U.S. on the other. The wooden grips are held with two screws and are very good condition. See The Bayonet Book by ‘White & Watts’ item No 925, pages 412 & 435. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 588.
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