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Pre WWI Dated 1909 1st Pattern Hook Quillion P1907 Bayonet (Faint Regiment Mark), 1918 Dated Scabbard & 1915 Dated, 1914 Pattern Leather Frog. ED 2140. - ED 2140
This is an excellent condition pre-WWI hook quillion 1907 pattern bayonet for the Enfield rifle manufactured in Oct 1909 by Enfield. The ricasso is marked '1907 (Pattern), 'EFD (Enfield) 10 '09 (Date) & 'ER Crown'. The reverse has inspection stamps. The blade is in a beautiful, polished condition. The wood slabs are undamaged. The pommel is faintly stamped with Regimental mark which appears to be 'S. R' above 'R'. It is in its original brown leather scabbard with small '18' 1918 date stamp. It's steel locket & Chape are undamaged. It is also fitted with an original WW1 1914 pattern leather frog. The rear of the frog is date stamped '1915' & with an unreadable makers name. All leather & stitching is intact. This original item has no signs of damage or repair. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2140.
£725.00

*Scarce* ‘1907’ Hook Quillon Regimentally Marked ‘5th Northamptonshire’ Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. 19852. - 19852
This lovely scarce example of a ‘1907’ Hook Quillon bayonet has a 17” single edged fullered blade. One side of the blade is marked crowned ‘E.R.’ over ‘1/11’ (January 1911) and the maker ‘Sanderson’. The reverse has a broad arrow with inspection marks. It has its steel muzzle ring and hook quillon and cross guard intact. The steel pommel is marked ‘5. NN. 140’. The undamaged polished wood grips are held with two screws. The bayonet is contained in its leather scabbard with blackened steel mounts, complete with a ‘1914’ pattern leather equipment frog with rear tab. There is a makers mark *illegible* to the rear. See ‘Skennerton’ page 186, B234. The wood, metalwork and leather including stitching and buckles are in very good condition. UK delivery is included in the price for this scarce bayonet. 19852. (Hook Quill)
£825.00

British 1st Pattern Bayonet with Hooked Quillon by Wilkinson, Scabbard and Helve Carrier. BAYO 590. - BAYO 590
British 1st Pattern Bayonet with Hooked Quillon, Scabbard and Helve Carrier. BAYO 590 This is an early Pattern 1907 bayonet with a hooked quillon. The blade is marked with a crown over E.R (Edward Rex) 1907 and 11 ’09 denoting its manufacture in November 1909. All this is above a feint WILKINSON, the maker. There are numerous inspection stamps on both sides of the blade together with a broad arrow. The bayonet is contained in its No 1 MkII scabbard with a round frog stud. The helve carrier is a later version. This is a nice example of a hooked quillon pattern 1907 bayonet. See Skennerton item B234 on pages 186–195. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 590. (Hook Quill)
£625.00

*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. Sn 12378 / 12383. - 12378
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 of 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. (Hook Quill)
£1,745.00

British 1907 Pattern, Enfield Made, 1909 Dated Hooked Quillon Bayonet BAYO 271. - BAYO 271
This is a British 1907 pattern bayonet with a hooked quillon made at Enfield. The blade is marked to the with a feint crown over ER and a clear 1907 over 2 ’09 (February 1909 manufacture date) over EFD (Enfield). The other side of the blade carries a bread arrow over an inspection mark and a capital N. The pommel is regimentally stamped with R.M. over I (Royal Marines Infantry) and L7504. The scabbard is the Mk II pattern with all of its stitching intact. The bayonet is contained in its 1908 pattern webbing frog with strap for the helve carrier. See Skennerton item B234 on pages 186 for further information. This is a nice complete set of a scarce bayonet. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 271. (Hook Quill)
£725.00

British Enfield Yataghan P1856/58 Sword Bayonet and Leather Scabbard. ED 2341. - ED 2341
The P1856 Enfield short rifle and sword bayonet were approved on the 24th January 1856 and according to the pattern book at Enfield was intended for issue to the Rifle Brigade and Sergeants of Infantry, though later other units used these weapons. See page 304 & 368 of Watts & White for reference. From 1858 the use of more machinery enabled closer tolerances to make bayonets and in doing so made the bayonets interchangeable, instead of bayonets being individually fitted to a particular rifle. This bayonet has a slightly longer leaf spring for the locking bolt and was secured by a screw and not as previously with a rivet on the P 1856 bayonet. Blade length: 22 ¾ “, overall: 28”. The blade bears the War Department mark and the crossguard has ‘2398’ stamped to it. The grips are made of chequered black leather held by steel pins. The scabbard is made of black leather with steel top mount and chape, all stitching is intact *pitting to the frog stud*. The price includes UK delivery. ED 2341. (Bucket)
£345.00

British Wilkinson 1888 Pattern Mark I, 2nd Type Lee Metford Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 581. - BAYO 581
This is a Lee Metford, 1888 Mark I second type bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle. The bayonets 12” double edged blade is unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is marked WILKINSON LONDON 2 99 (February 1899 manufacture date) ’03 and various other inspection stamps. The other side carries an arrow over W.D. and an inspection stamp. The pommel is regimentally marked 28 LD R710 2.E and 758 crossed out. There is also an inspection stamp on the spine. The grips are wood, held together with two brass rivets. There is an oil clearance hole in both grips. See Skennerton item B213 page 169 for reference. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 581. (Box 2)
£245.00

*Matching Numbers* British Enfield Pattern 1853 Bayonet Scabbard and Leather Frog. 21748. - 21748
This triangular tapered socket bayonet was the first universal issue British Army bayonet to have a locking ring, modelled on a French design. It was introduced with the new Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket and carried in a leather scabbard. This is a nice matching pair with two inspection marks above C&E and J.T. The length overall is 20.5” with a blade length of 17” and a socket length of 3”. The Muzzle ring diameter (M.R.D) is 20mm. The blade has age related staining which is to be expected. The scabbard is in excellent order with supple leather, good stitching and the metalwork is the early pattern (1853-1860) with teardrop frog stud let into the brown leather as opposed to the later variants where the frog stud was attached to the top locket. The locket is stamped ‘1150’ as is the side of the socket *retaining screw absent*. The frog is in good order with stitching in place and with a nice patina. See Skennerton's book British & Commonwealth Bayonets, item B145 pages 105-109 for reference. The price includes UK delivery. 21748. (Sockets Box)
£275.00

British Enfield Pattern1853 Socket Bayonet and Scabbard by Manufacturer Reeves. 21746. - 21746
This triangular tapered socket bayonet was the first universal issue British Army bayonet to have a locking ring, modelled on a French design. It was introduced with the new Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Musket and carried in a leather scabbard. This is a nice Birmingham maker marked 1853 socket bayonet from the second batch of 1853 pattern bayonets ordered from 1856 on, from both Enfield & The Birmingham trade makers. This example is stamped Reeves (Charles Reeves & Co of Birmingham advertised themselves as makers and exporters of edged weapons and plantation tools. While they did share in British War Department contracts for swords and bayonets, they had a large export market, particularly to the Americas) with an undecipherable mark below on the blade and the number 249 on the frog stud. The length overall is 20.5” with a blade length of 17” and a socket length of 3”. The Muzzle ring diameter (M.R.D) is 20mm. The blade has age related staining which is to be expected. The scabbard is in excellent order with supple leather, good stitching and metalwork is the early pattern (1853-1860) with teardrop frog stud let into the brown leather as opposed to the later variants where the frog stud was attached to the top locket. See Skennerton's book British & Commonwealth Bayonets, item B145 pages 105-109 for reference. The price includes UK delivery. 21746. (Sockets Box)
£245.00

British East India Company Pattern 1839/42 Socket Bayonet & Scabbard. 21749. - 21749
The East India Company adopted the percussion system in 1840 and in the season of 1840/41, 12,000 muskets, 1,760 fusils and 900 rifles all using the percussion system were with other arms, shipped to India. The East India Company also issued a new pattern bayonet in this period but the date od adoption is not known. It had normal triangular blade and socket but the collar is fitted to take an entirely different spring (See Watts & White No 725 on pages 297 & 359 for reference). The metalwork is in very good condition with light age related staining. The bayonet is marked with the numbers ‘4’ ‘83’ and the scabbard number ‘1’ ‘28’. Blade length; 40cm - Overall 49 ½ cm. The leather is supple *stitching loose to rear* there are 3 studs missing, one from the chape and two from the locket, all of which have minor movement but are intact. The price includes UK delivery. 21749. (Sockets Box)
£295.00
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