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Bayonets Post 1900


WWI Imperial German 1884/98 Bayonet dated 1915

An Imperial German WW1 1884/98 bayonet with slab wood grips, 25.3cm (10”) single edged blade stamped at the ricasso with a crown over Erfurt and spine stamped with a crown 'W' over '15'.

Complete with original black painted steel scabbard.

Good example.


WWI P1907 Bayonet by Sanderson dated 1917
A British SMLE P1907 bayonet manufactured by Sanderson, it has the clearing hole in the pommel that was introduced in 1916.
The 17” blade is stamped at the ricasso with A crown over 'GR', 11.17 and the manufacturer name 'Sanderson'
This is a very good example of a world war one P1907 bayonet and original brown leather scabbard.


Imperial German M1871/84 Machine Gun Company Bayonet

A rare Imperial German Seitengewehr M1871/84 bayonet for the11 mm. Mauser M1871/84 repeating rifle with the crossguard, regimentally stamped “B.8.R.M.G. 18” for the "Bavarian 8th Infantry Regiment, Machine Gun Company, weapon no. 18."

10 inch blade with maker “Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co Solingen” back edge dated “97”.

Complete with steel mounted, leather scabbard throat stamped “B.5.R.E.1.144”.

Very good condition.



British SLR  L1A4  Bayonet
The L1A4 bayonet was introduced into British military service during the 1970s to replace the L1A3 bayonet.

The L1A4 differs from the L1A1, L1A2, and L1A3, by having the pommel secured to the tang by rivets. The pommel was brazed to the tang on earlier marks.

This is a good example of a L1A4 manufactured by Hopkinson Ltd., Trimils Works, Sheffield.

12" overall length. Complete with its original black steel scabbard..

The L1A4 is much less common than the earlier A1, A2 and A3 bayonets.


British No 9 Mk1 Bayonet by Enfield

A British No 9 MK1 socket bayonet by Enfield 1950.

Good condition.


WW1 German M1898/05 Butcher Bayonet by Weyersberg
Original 1915 dated Imperial German M1898/05 Butchers Bayonet and scabbard for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle. The ricasso is stamped 'Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie Solingen. The back spine of the blade is stamped ' W 15' (1915) .
The 36.6cm blade is in good condition with just some patches of light staining.
The wooden side grips are undamaged and also in good condition.
Comes with its original steel scabbard.
50cm overall length.


West German Heckler & Koch G-3 Bayonet

A good West German Heckler & Koch G-3 knife bayonet and scabbard.

12 grove plastic grip with a16.5cm knife blade.

31cm overall.


East German AK47 MPiK Bayonet
A good example of a communist East German made AK47 bayonet for the East German MPiK 59 assault rifle.
With 23cm blade, black composite grips and blued steel scabbard with web belt loop and hilt strap.
31.5cm overall length.


East German AK-74 Bayonet

A good Russian manufactured East German AK-74 bayonet.

14.5cm sawback blade 27cm overall.


Bulgarian AK74 NBV Bayonet

A good Bulgarian AK74 NBV bayonet.

16cm blade 29cm overall.


British S.L.R Bayonet L.1.A.3
This is a good example of a British L.1.A.3 bayonet for the British L.1.A.1, 7.62mm self loading assault rifle (S.L.R)

It is stamped at the ricasso "B 59" to show it was made in Birmingham by B.S.A in 1959.
The bayonet has a 8" blade with long fuller, wasted crossguard and black steel grips.12" overall length. Complete with its original black steel scabbard.
All in good original condition.


British No4 MkII Bayonet

A WWII era British No4 MkII spike bayonet.

10 inches overall.

8 inch blade.

Complete with original metal scabbard.



Remington M1899 Knife Bayonet

A Remington M1899 Knife bayonet for the 7 mm Remington Rolling Block Rifle (possible Mexican contract). No markings.

21cm blade 33cm overall.

Bayonet is in good condition and comes with interracial black leather scabbard and frog.


WWI 1907 Bayonet by Sanderson
A British pattern 1907 bayonet manufactured by Sanderson, it has the clearing hole in the pommel that was introduced in 1916.
The 17” blade is stamped at the ricasso with the manufacturer name 'Sanderson'(now faint) and 3 '18 for the date March 1918
Blade is in very good condition and remains unsharpened.

Comes with original black leather scabbard.


Spanish M1941 Bolo Bayonet
A Spanish Model 1941 Bolo Blade Bayonet & Scabbard
The bayonet has a distinctive 24.5cm Bolo shaped blade and is stamped on the ricasso with the Toledo Arsenal and Crown Mark (now faint). On the other side of the ricasso it is stamped with a serial number "1606". 
The bayonet has chequered wood grips secured with two screw bolts.


WWII Japanese Arisaka type 30 Bayonet & Scabbard
A Japanese type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka type 30 rifle.
The 40cm bright steel blade with manufacture symbols to ricasso of the Aisan Kogyo Arsenal under Nagoya supervision.
Bayonet with hooked quillon, slab wood grips and birds head pommel with serial number '82574'. The original steel scabbard is undamaged and is retaining most of it's original blued finish.

Bayonet is in good condition with just some light pitting.


AKM Type1 Bayonet

An AKM type 1 bayonet with a 15cm single edged, clipped point blade, blued steel muzzle ring and brown composite grip.

Contained in its blued steel scabbard with rubber grip.

28cm overall length.

Very good condition.


Norwegian Krag Jorgensen M1894 Long Bayonet
This is the long version of the Krag Jorgensen M1894 bayonet and is not easy to find as most M1894 bayonets were shortened during WW2. This bayonet was made at Kongsberg Arsenal and has the Crowned 'K' on the blade. It has matching numbers of "124777" on both the crossguard and scabbard lip. The grips are slab wood and secured with a single screw bolt, it has a push button bayonet release which operates as it should. The blade measures 37cm long and is clean with fullers extending to within 4" of the tip. The steel scabbard is in very good undented condition

Complete with with its original frog.

A very good example of a hard to find bayonet.


WWI Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet
WWI Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet with original leather scabbard.
The M1917 bayonet was used first during World War I by American soldiers on the Western Front. A sword bayonet design, the M1917 bayonet design was based on the British P1907 bayonet, which incorporated a long 17-inch blade. While designed primarily for the M1917 rifle the bayonet was fitted for use on all the "trench" shotguns at the time.
The blade is good with just some light staining but no pitting, wooden grips are good with no damage, the scabbard is also in good condition. 


Dutch Model 1895 Infantry Bayonet

A Dutch M1895 infantry bayonet for the Geweer M1895 rifle.

The bayonet has a 35.5cm blued T-section blade stamped at the ricasso “HEMBRUG” 

( Netherlands Royal Arsenal Hembrug) riveted wood grips blued pommel and cross guard.

Comes with original brown leather scabbard and integral frog.

Very good condition.


Matching Numbers K98 Bayonet by E.u.F Hörster 1943
WWII German K98 Mauser bayonet with matching serial numbers scabbard.
The blade is stamped on the ricasso, 'asw 43' (indicating production by E.u.F Hörster, Solingen) and on the other side the serial number '1364 n'.
The scabbard is also stamped 'asw 43' and '1364 n'.
In totally original untouched condition with the blade retaining virtually all of its original bluing.
Complete with it's original black leather frog.


Imperial German M1884/98 Sawback Bayonet

Imperial German Seitengewehr M1884/98 2nd type Sawback Bayonet with a 25cm blade stamped at the forte with maker details of ‚'F Koeller & Co. Ohligs Solingen'.

Contained in its steel scabbard with minor dent.