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RESERVED RESERVED **RARE**WW1 Era British Officer's Private Purchase Pritchard Greener 1916 Patent Trench Fighting Bayonet For Webley MK VI .455 Service Revolvers With Scabbard & Leather Frog. Sn 21608:3 - 21608:3
Designed by Lieutenant Arthur Pritchard of the British 3rd Royal Berkshire Regiment these bayonets were originally produced by the Arms Company W.W. Greener in Birmingham for Private Purchase by Officers serving on the Western Front. Constructed with a custom brass hilt which attaches to the standard .455 calibre Webley MK VI Revolver these weapons utilised the front portion of the "T" cross section French Gras Model 1874 Bayonets which were very available during WW1. This is an excellent Pritchard Greener bayonet, as with most surviving examples, made post WW1 using original WW1 parts. It has the correct brass hilt crisply stamped with the 1916 patent detail 'Patent No.17143/16'. It has the correct sprung steel locking catch incorporated into the cross guard. The ‘T’ form blade measures 8 ½” length (just under 13” overall). It is complete with steel scabbard and leather frog with belt strap loop & buckle. The price for this rare bayonet includes UK delivery. Sn 21608:3 (NB The Webley MK VI Revolver illustrated in the images is not included & is for demonstration purposes only) **bayonet in box 3**
£475.00

British Enfield 1888 Pattern Mark III Lee Metford Bayonet and MkI L Scabbard. 21545. - 21545
This is a British Lee Metford, 1888 pattern Mark III bayonet manufactured for the British .303 calibre Enfield, Lee Metford Rifle. The bayonets 12 inch double edged blade is unfullered with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade is marked EFD with crown over 98 E with Broad Arrow and bend mark The other side carries crown over V.R. and 8 ’00 (manufacture August 1900). The pommel carries crown over 16 E & crown 83 E. The grips are made of wood, held together with two screws. There is an oil clearance hole to the pommel. The scabbard is the Mark I steel mounted black leather with no damage and all of the stitching intact. See Skennerton item B219 page 171 for reference. Price includes UK delivery. 21545.
£395.00

WWII British No5 MkI Bayonet and No5 MkI Scabbard by Wilkinson. 21543. - 21543
This is a very good wartime No5 bayonet by Wilkinson (When Henry Nock died in 1804, he left the company to his foreman and adopted son-in-law, James Wilkinson when James's son Henry Wilkinson joined the company it was renamed James Wilkinson & Son (also known as simply Wilkinson & Son). It became the Wilkinson Sword Company in 1891) and carries their wartime code of ‘S294 & W.S.C’ to the blade which is in good polished condition. The blade, metalwork and grips are in excellent order- the grips have minor signs of use related wear *see images*. See Skennerton item B293 pages 238 & 241. The scabbard is the early No5 MkI with steel mouthpiece and is virtually unmarked retaining the majority of its paint. A lovely WWII example in excellent condition, the price includes UK delivery. 21543. (Box 3)
£345.00

British ‘1903’ Pattern Bayonet Converted from ‘P1888’ Dated ‘9/05’. 21538. - 21538
The ‘P1903’ design combined the ‘P1888’ blade and cross piece with a new pommel design. Many 1903 patter bayonets are actually P1888 bayonets that have been converted. This bayonet is a good example of a converted 1888 (dated 1903 onwards). The blade length is 30cm and is double edged. On side is stamped with ‘EFD’ (Enfield) the Broad Arrow, bend mark and other numerous inspection stamps, ‘9/05’ (manufacture September 1905) ‘1903’. The pommel is marked ‘W.L.D. C.C 35’. The press-stud locking mechanism works well. The wooden grip scales are in good condition with age related marks. The leather scabbard has age related marks, the stitching and metalwork are in good order. See Skennerton, item B230, pages 181 & 182 for reference. The price includes UK delivery. 21538. (Box 3)
£295.00

SOLD SOLD (19/03) **RARE**Early Production**Pre WW1 British WD 1911 Enfield, 1907 Pattern, MK 1 Hook Quillon Bayonet Regiment Marked ‘SNR’ With Scabbard. Sn 21535 - 21535
The pattern 1907, MK 1, Bayonet with hooked Quillon was approved on 30th January 1908 (see page 186 of British & Commonwealth Bayonets By Skennerton). This Enfield made Mark 1 bayonet made in 1911 before the great war started has a nice, clean, blade, which is stamped on the ricasso 'King’s Crown, 1907 (pattern) ‘1 ‘11 (January 1911 date) together with 'EFD' (Enfield) manufacturer mark, WD arrow and inspection marks. The pommel and cross guard with correct hook quillon are in excellent undamaged condition. The pommel's release button functions as it should. The pommel is Regiment or Unit marked ‘SNR’ (unknown). The slab wood grips are undamaged and secured by the correct screw bolts. The bayonet’s leather scabbard has steel throat mount with locket and chape. All leather & stitching are clean & intact. The price for this rare bayonet with scabbard includes UK delivery. Sn 21535 (British 07 box 2)
£0.00

British P1887 MK.I Regimentally Marked Enfield Martini Sword Bayonet and Scabbard. 21519. - 21519
The 1st pattern Enfield Martini bayonet was designed to fit beneath the barrel, the crossguard being provided with a hole for the clearing rod. The locking mechanism utilises a leaf spring. A 2nd pattern Enfield Martini rifle was also produced and the records for the years 1887 & 1888 indicate that 23,569 second pattern bayonets were manufactured. The 2nd pattern Enfield Martini bayonets were modified and subsequently became the pattern 1887 Mark I sword bayonet. This was approved on 13th May 1887. Blade length; 18.3”, overall length; 23.6” (muzzle; 18mm). The pommel is marked; N.E.P. over 8890 which is an unknown regimental marking. The blade is in good condition with staining consistent with its age. One side of the ricasso is marked ‘/87 and the other ‘WD’ below Broad Arrow and ‘E over 77’. The spine has a Broad Arrow and markings *see images*. The fish scale grips are good and intact with a few use related marks. The leather scabbard is in good order with all stitching in place. The brass furniture is good with minor use related knocks which are visible in the images. See pages 382 No 792 of The Bayonet Book by Watts & White for similar. The price includes UK delivery. 21519. (Box 3)
£575.00

SOLD SOLD (04/03) **RARE**WW1 Era British Officer's Private Purchase Pritchard Greener 1916 Patent Trench Fighting Bayonet For Webley MK VI .455 Service Revolvers With Scabbard. Sn 21485 - 21485
Designed by Lieutenant Arthur Pritchard of the British 3rd Royal Berkshire Regiment these bayonets were originally produced by the Arms Company W.W. Greener in Birmingham for Private Purchase by Officers serving on the Western Front. Constructed with a custom brass hilt which attaches to the standard .455 calibre Webley MK VI Revolver these weapons utilised the front portion of the "T" cross section French Gras Model 1874 Bayonets which were very available during WW1. This is an excellent Pritchard Greener bayonet, as with most surviving examples, made post WW1 using original WW1 parts. It has the correct brass hilt crisply stamped with the 1916 patent detail 'Patent No.17143/16'. It has the correct sprung steel locking catch incorporated into the cross guard. The ‘T’ form blade measures 8 ½” length (just under 13” overall). It is complete with steel scabbard and leather frog with belt strap loop & buckle. The price for this rare bayonet includes UK delivery. Sn 21485 (NB The Early UK 1996 Deactivated WW1 1918 Webley MK VI Revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available separately on this website stock number Sn 21403) **bayonet in box 3**
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (03/03) RARE, British 1886 Dated 2nd Pattern .402” E-M Enfield-Martini Bayonet Converted to a Pattern 1887 Mark 1 Bayonet. - BAYO 422
This rare bayonet was originally the 2nd Model Pattern 1886 bayonet made in 1886 for the .402 Enfield-Martini rifle that started its trials in 1882. The .402 model rifle was never adopted into service and they were all converted to take the standard .450 Martini Henry rifle cartridge, designated as the Mark IV Martini Henry rifle with a longer extractor, different breach profile and other alterations. This is an original 2nd Model Pattern 1886 bayonet made in 1886 for the .402 Enfield-Martini rifle which was converted in 1891 to a Pattern 1887 Mark 1 Bayonet for use on the .450” Martini Henry rifles. The bayonet is stamped on the ricasso with the Queens crown over /86 (Date of manufacture) and C’ 91 (Converted in 1891). On the other side of the ricasso is a crowfoot over WD X (bend test) an Enfield inspection stamp and a struck out mark which would have struck out the mark EM (Enfield Martini). The tang is stamped with C and an Enfield inspection stamp. The bayonet also carries the number 2390 on the cross guard. The bayonet is contained in its brass and leather scabbard. See Skennerton item 205 on pages 158 – 161 and pages 230 - 231 including the plates in The Martini-Henry for Queen and Empire by Neil Aspinshaw. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 422
£0.00

*Rare* Socket Bayonet and Scabbard for use with the ‘India Catch’. Bayo 108. - BAYO 108
This is a socket bayonet that dates back to the mid-19th century, specifically between 1840 and 1855. It was designed for use with the India Catch and comes complete with a brown leather scabbard. Indian socket bayonets underwent a transition during this period, shifting from the earlier style to the locking ring style, which was consistent with Britain’s adoption of the pattern 1853 bayonet1. The overall length of this bayonet is approximately 19.75 inches, with a blade length of 15.75 inches and a socket length of 3 inches. The blade bears the maker’s name; “S. Hill”. The scabbard features brass mounts and brown leather, with the top chape marked with the number "182" *3 pins absent- see images. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 108. (Box 3)
£475.00

1960s South African No.9 Bayonet by Armscar Subsidiaries For No.4 SMLE Rifles And Scabbard. BAYO 420. - BAYO 420
This is a bayonet unique to South Africa. The socket is virtually identical to the British No.9 bayonet but with a blade from the UZI sub machine gun. According to Skennerton, these bayonets were made to fit the No.4 rifle and were made in the early 1960s by Armscar. The bayonets were intended for use by the South African Local Defence Force Commandoes, see Skennerton’s book British & Commonwealth Bayonets, page 370, item 6. The bayonets were issued in both reinforced fibreglass scabbards and as in the case of in our example steel scabbards from UZI bayonets. The bayonet has an excellent clean blackened 6 ¾ inch single edged blade with a ribbed release button pommel. The scabbard has the original black paint on the scabbard and there are no dents in it. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 420. (Box 3)
£175.00
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