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Bayonets Post 1900

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Imperial German M1884/98 Bayonet, Regimentally Marked

Imperial German Seitengewehr 1st Model M1884/98 Bayonet with a 25cm single edged blade stamped at the forte with maker details of ‚'V.C. Schilling Suhl', back edge with inspection stamp of a crown, 'W' over '88' for the manufacture date of 1888.

The crossguard is regimentally marked ‚'55.R.8.188'.

Complete with it;s steel scabbard.


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Belgium 1889 Infantry Bayonet

A rare Belgium 1889 Infantry short bayonet and original scabbard.

Bayonet with hooked quillon, wooden grips and a 25cm blade.

37.5 cm overall length.

Pitting to hilt and scabbard and some staining to blade.



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WWI U.S M1917 Bayonet by Remington

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.

This is a very good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet manufactured by Remington.

Complete with it's original olive green leather scabbard and brown leather frog.



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2nd Pattern French M1892 Bayonet

A 2nd pattern French M1892 for the 8mm Mannlicher Berthier artillery carbine.

This is a original 2nd pattern M1892 bayonet with a 40cm polished steel blade, riveted wood grips, long muzzle ring and hooked quillon.

The wood grips are undamaged and the pommel release button works as it should, blade is in good condition with just some light dots of staining, some pitting to scabbard and hilt.



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WW1 British 1907 Pattern Bayonet by Wilkinson Dated 1917
This is an original 1907 pattern bayonet for the Enfield rifle manufactured in 1917 by Wilkinson. 

The ricasso is stamped with the maker name 'WILKINSON'  and Kings Crown over '1907' (Pattern) & '6 '17 date ( June 1917).

The 17 inch blade is clean and undamaged and the wood slab grips are in good undamaged condition.

It is complete with it's original steel mounted black leather scabbard.

All in good condition.


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Finnish M1928 Civil Guard Bayonet
A rare Finnish M1928 Mosin Nagant, Civil Guard bayonet maker marked ‘Hackman & Co’
The primary Civil Guard inspectors marking of (KE) is found on the cross guard. These initials stand for Kosti Eakola who was the chief inspector of the Civil Guard at the SAKO facility until 1933. Most if not all m/28 bayonets will bear this inspectors proof. The polished steel, fullered blade measures just over 11 3/4" (30cm) and is in good clean condition as are the smooth riveted wooden grip panels. The steel scabbard still retains all of its original paint and is also in very good condition.


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WWII Australian SMLE Bayonet
A very good example of a P1907 Australian SLME bayonet with 17 inch single edged, blued, fullered blade. Forte stamped “MA1907” and “3-42” for the manufacture date March 1942. Blued crossguard and pommel. Wooden slab grips. Contained in its steel mounted 1941 dated black leather scabbard.

All in very good condition.



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WW1 M1898 / 05 G98 Butcher Bayonet by Schleutermann
This is a very good example of a 1917 dated Imperial German Pattern 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle.

The ricasso is stamped with the maker details of 'SCHLEUTERMANN REMSCHEID'

The back spine of the blade is stamped ' W 17' for the date1917 with the Imperial Crown and the crossguard is stamped with the serial number '457a'.

The blade is in excellent clean condition as are the original wood grips.

The steel scabbard has matching serial number '457a' and is also in excellent condition.


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Italian M1891 Carcano Bayonet

This is a first issued M1891Carcano rifle bayonet for the 1891 6.5mm Mannlicher Carcano rifle with brass mounted leather scabbard, latter bayonet where issued with steel mounted scabbards.

The M1891 was used in both world wars.

The bayonet, scabbard and the original leather frog are all in good condition.



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WWII Finnish M35 Mosin Nagant Bayonet

WWII Finnish M1935 Mosin Nagant bayonet and steel scabbard.

The bayonet ricasso is stamped ‘Sk.Y’ and the cross guard ‘S’ indicating that this bayonet was accepted for service with the Finnish Civil Guard. The bayonet has a steel pommel with blued push release button. It has superb birch burl wood grip panels secured with two screw bolts. It has a steel down turn quillion. The polished steel, fullered blade measures just over 11 3/4" and is in excellent condition, it is also stamped to the ricasso with the makers stamp, ‘Hackman & Co’. The steel scabbard still retains all of its original black paint and is also in excellent condition.


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Matching Numbers K98 Bayonet by Carl Eickhorn 1942
WWII German K98 Mauser bayonet with matching serial numbers scabbard.
The blade is stamped on the ricasso, 'cof 41' (indicating production by Waffenfabrik Carl Eickhorn, Solingen) and on the other side the serial number '5606 g'.
The scabbard is also stamped 'Cof 41' and '5606 g'.
In totally original untouched condition with the blade retaining virtually all of its original bluing.
Complete with it's original black leather frog.

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WW1 P1907 Bayonet by Sanderson
A British pattern 1907 bayonet manufactured by Sanderson.
The 17” blade is stamped at the ricasso with the manufacturer name 'Sanderson' and 11 '17 for the manufacture date July November 1917.

Comes with original black leather scabbard.

All in very good condition.



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U.S M1913 Remington Bayonet
Stamped with the date 8. 17 for August 1917, British proof markings crossed out and a US stamp added.

This bayonet was originally manufactured by Remington for the British during WW1 but due to shortages of bayonet for the United States, Remington re-directed all undelivered British production to the U.S military for their own use in WW1.
Bayonet with original clean finish to blade, some light rust to hilt and bottom of scabbard.
In overall good condition.



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British SLR Bayonet L1A4
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 less common than the earlier A1, A2 and A3 bayonets



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WWII German K98 Bayonet 42 ffc
WWII German K98 bayonet, scabbard and leather frog, with matching serial numbers, date and maker.
The bayonet ricasso is stamped on one side ‘42 ffc’ (for the date 1942 and the maker Friedrich Abr. Herder und Sohn, Solingen) and the serial number 3288 on the other side.

Metal scabbard also stamped 3288 and 42 ffc
In totally original condition with the blade retaining much of its original bluing.



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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.

Price £110

UK p&p £11

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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.



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WWII Italian M38 Carcano Knife Bayonet

An original WWII Italian model 1938 knife bayonet with 17.5cm fixed blade for the Carcano model 1891/38 rifle.

Stamped with serial number “B84175”

Complete with it's original steel scabbard.

29cm overall.


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