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Bayonets Post 1900

Previously Sold Vol III

Bayonets for Sale

Finnish M30/M35  Mosin Nagant Bayonet & Steel Scabbard

A Rare Finnish M30/35 Mosin Nagant bayonet and steel scabbard.

The bayonet has a steel pommel with push release button. It has slab wood grips secured with two screw bolts. It has a steel down turn quillon. The blade is fullered and blued and measures 11 3/4". it is stamped on the ricasso with the makers stamp, "Hackman & Co". The scabbard is all steel with a round frog stud.

This is a very good example of a rare M30/35 Finnish bayonet.

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Japanese WW2 Converted Dutch 1911 Klewang/Cutlass

Captured and converted by the Japanese after the surrender of the Dutch East Indies during WWII.

17” (43.5cm) blade, showing pitting throughout but mainly to tip.

24” (62cm) overall length.


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WW2 German K98 Bayonet by Jos. Corts

WW2 German matching numbered 1940 dated Mauser K98 bayonet manufactured by Jos. Corts

The bayonet is in good condition, with minor wear. The blade is unsharpened and stamped clearly to the recasso with the maker name and serial number to the reverse ‘Jos Corts. Sn, 8968’. The blade spine is stamped 40 for the date 1940.

The scabbard is in good condition and is also stamped ‘Jos. Corts. Sn 1940’ and to the reverse with the serial number ‘8968’.

A good K98 bayonet with a hard to find maker name.

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Finnish M1928/30/35 Mosin Nagant Bayonet

A Finnish M1928/30/35  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    .

This is a rare hard to find bayonet in excellent condition.

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WW1 Remington M1917 Bayonet

WW1 U.S M1917 bayonet by Remington, 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.

This is a very good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with grooved hardwood grips and parkerised blade. Complete with original WW1 dated (1918) olive green scabbard.

In overall very good condition.

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Swedish bayonet 1896

Swedish Mauser Model 1896 Bayonet by Eskilstuna Jernmanufactur AB

The bayonet is  13” overall with a 8 ¼ ” blade and In very good condition

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German M84/98 Bayonet by 'Carl Eickhorn', Dated 1938
A German M84/98 bayonet by Carl Eickhorn, complete with matching metal scabbard and leather frog. The blade retains all of its bluing and is stamped on one side with the maker "Carl Eickhorn" and numbered "2576" on the other, it has "38" on the back edge (1938). The pommel is stamped with 2 x Waffenhampt and this also retains most of the bluing. The scabbard is stamped at the throat with "2576" to the front and "Carl Eickhorn 1938" to the rear. The frog is in very nice condition. This is a very nice WW2 combination in very good condition and would be worthy of a place in any top end collection.

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1942 German 1884/98 Bayonet, Scabbard & frog

A Model 1884/98 German Mauser bayonet, with full matching maker and numbers dated 1942 with dark ribbed grips for the K98 Rifle. The blade is stamped on the ricasso, "42 asw" which is E. & F. Hoerster, Solingen and on the other side 5844 a. Black metal scabbard stamped "5844" on one side & "42 asw" on the other. Waffenampts on the pommel & a black leather frog with its integral strap stamped on the rear "Aug. Schwan & Co. Aachen 1943". All in good condition.

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WW2 German Reichspost Bayonet, Scabbard & frog
A Model 1884/98 German Mauser bayonet with dark ribbed grips for the K98 Rifle. The blade is stamped on the ricasso with the details, "583 R.P." which is the German Post Office ( Deutsche Reichspost ). On the otehr ricasso is stamped, "Paul Weyersberg, Solingen. There were only 27,000 made for the Post Office and they came under the control of the SS. Original excellent condition black metal scabbard and black leather frog with a makers mark of Stuttgart. No Waffenampts which is quite correct.

All in very good condition.
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K98 Bayonet, Matching Scabbard, Coppel 1939
Original era manufacture. Matching numbers blade to scabbard of 7293h with a satin blue finish to the blade. The lower scabbard and the pommel show a light surface corrsosion mixed with the blue. The pommel lock button works properly and the dark plum bakelite grips are undamaged. Maker marked to Coppel Gmg.H. and dated 1939.
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1938 German 1884/98 Bayonet, J.Sch
1938 German 1884/98 Bayonet, J.Sch A 1938 dated Matching Numbers, Wehrmacht Model 1884/98 Mauser bayonet with dark ribbed grips for the K98 Rifle. The blade is stamped on the ricasso with a rare maker mark "J. Sch" which is Jetter & Sheerer, Tuttlingen. Black metal scabbard stamped with the same serial no. as the bayonet. There are several waffenampts on the pommel. With its 1942 dated black leather frog with maker’s details 'gfg' who was Karl Hepting u. Co., Leder- u. Guertelfabrik, Stuttgart, and retaining strap and stud. All in good condition.
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K98 1884/98 Bayonet by Durkopp
An excellent original matching K98 Bayonet & Scabbard by the rare manufacture Durkopp.
The bayonet has dark ribbed bakelite grips and excellent original blued finish blade with medial ridge & fuller. The ricasso is crisply stamped by the rare manufacturer 'Durkopp' and the reverse with serial number '6083'. The spine of the blade is dated '39' (1939). The pommel is crisply waffenamt. Its black metal scabbard has no dents & is stamped with matching number '6083', ‘39’ date and ‘Durkopp’ near to the throat. The ball end of the scabbard is also waffenamt.
Excellent Condition
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K98 Bayonet, 42 asw
A Model 1884/98 German Mauser bayonet, with full matching maker and numbers dated 1942 with slab wood grips. The blade is in excellent condition and stamped on the ricasso, "42 asw" which is E. & F. Hoerster, Solingen and on the other side 228 n. Black metal scabbard stamped "228 n" on one side & "42 asw" on the other. Waffenampts on the pommel.

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K98 Bayonet, JWH 42

A matching numbers K98 bayonet bayonet by a rare French maker, JWH (Manufacture Nationale Staatliche Waffenfabrik Chatellerault, France)

Good blade, some pitting to scabbard and bayonet crossguard.

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WW1 Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet

WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, 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.

This is a very good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with grooved hardwood grips and parkerised blade. Complete with original U.S Army WW1 dated (1917) frog and olive green scabbard.

In overall very good to excellent condition.

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British S.L.R Bayonet L.1.A.3

The L1A3 bayonet was introduced into British service during the late 1950s to eliminate the protruding press stud used on the L1A1 and L1A2 designs. It was felt that the protruding press stud made the bayonet too easily dislodged, so the press stud was made flush with the pommel. This example is stamped "B 61" to show it was made in Birmingham by B.S.A in 1961. 8" blade 12" overall.

In good original condition.

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Austrian 1895 Bayonet

Austrian 1895 Bayonet made by OEWG (Oesterreischische  Waffenfarik Gesellschaft )

Nice unsharpened clean blade, riveted wood slab grips comes with original OEWG black painted scabbard.

25cm blade36cm overall length.

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Finnish M1928/30 Mosin Nagant Bayonet

A Finnish M1928/30 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.  It has a steel down turn quillion. The polished steel, fullered blade measures just over 11 3/4" (30cm) and is in very good condition with just some slight pitting to the tip. The ricasso is stamped with the maker’s name, ‘Hackman & Co’. The steel scabbard still retains all of its original black paint and is also in very good condition.

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British No 4 Mk II Spike Bayonet
A British No 4 Mk II socket spike bayonet with rare plastic scabbard, manufactured by B.S.A (Birmingham Small Arms) Blade Length 8” (20cm) overall Length 9 ¾ “ (25cm)
Excellent Condition
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WWII German K98 Bayonet by Paul Weyersberg
A very good condition K98 bayonet dated 1943 and makes code CRS for Paul Weyersberg & Co., Solingen. The bayonet and scabbard are matching maker and numbers.
The blade is unsharpened and retains most of the original finish except for where the blade has rubbed the keeper. The hilt has an attractive reddish brown Bakelite slab grips and is also in very good condition.
The original frog is dated but is ripped at the top and the front.
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British SLR L1A3 Bayonet by Enfield

The L1A3 bayonet was introduced into British service during the late 1950s to eliminate the protruding press stud used on the L1A1 and L1A2 designs. It was felt that the protruding press stud made the bayonet too easily dislodged, so the press stud was made flush with the pommel. This example is stamped on the blade fort with the ED symbol and 58 showing it was made at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield in 1958. It has been officially reconditioned probably in the 70s as the grips are stamped ED71. Both bayonet and scabbard are in excellent condition.

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1944 German K98 Bayonet, Scabbard & frog

A WWII German K98 Mauser bayonet, with full matching maker and numbers dated 1944 with cherry red Bakelite grips for the K98 rifle. The blade is stamped at the ricasso 44ffc which is the makers code for "Friedrich Abr. Herder und Sohn, Solingen", on the reverse side is the number 4190 a. The black metal scabbard is also stamped 4190a on one side and 44ffc on the other. Waffenampts on the pommel & a black leather frog stamped on the rear "Rothe Sattlerei Braunschweig 1937".

All in very good condition.

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Hungarian 1895 N.C.O Bayonet & Scabbard
Hungarian 1895 Bayonet made by F.G.GY. (Fegyver és GépGYár, Budapest) Nice unsharpened clean blade, riveted wood slab grips comes with original black steel scabbard.
25cm blade 36cm overall length.

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Lee Metford MK2 Bayonet, 8th Royal Scots

A  Regimentally marked 2nd Boer War period 1888 pattern MK2 Lee Metford bayonet manufactured by Wilkinson.Pommel marked ‘V 8.R.S’ for 8thbattalion the Royal Scots volunteers.

The left Ricasso Showing the Queen Victoria crown, “3 01” showing manufactured in March 1901.

The right ricasso showing the British broad arrow and inspector's mark (crown over 35 over W) and "X" bending test mark. The 12” (30.5cm) blade is in excellent condition as are the wooden grips. Overall length of 16 ¾” (42.5cm).The bayonet comes with its original leather steel mounted scabbard. In overall very good condition.

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WW1 Model 1898 / 05 G98 Mauser 'Butcher' Bayonet By Mauser
This is a fine condition original 1917 dated Imperial German Pattern 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet and scabbard for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle. The ricasso is stamped 'Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf an. The back spine of the blade is stamped ' W 17' (1917) with the Imperial Crown. The blade is in excellent clean condition and the original wood grips are also very good. The steel scabbard has matching maker stamp ‘waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf an’ and is in good order with just a couple of minor dents to be expected.
A very good WW1 Butcher bayonet with original matching scabbard.
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Lee Metford MK2 Bayonet Notts & Derby Regiment
A Regimentally marked 1888 pattern MK2 Lee Metford bayonet manufactured by Enfield.
Pommel marked ‘N&D’ and the numbers 3 and 4, attributing to the 3rd and 4th battalions of the Notts & Derby regiment (Sherwood Foresters). The wood grips are also stamped 5 N&D for the 5th battalion Notts & Derby, obviously this bayonet has been passed down the line as new battalion where formed at the beginning of WWI and the original battalions being issued with the later 1906 Enfield rifle and bayonets.The left Ricasso Showing the E.R crown, “8 02” showing manufactured in August 1902.
The right ricasso showing the British broad arrow and inspector's mark (crown over G6 over E) and "X" bending test mark.The 12” (30.5cm) blade is in excellent condition as are the wooden grips. Overall length of 16 ¾” (42.5cm).The bayonet comes with its original leather steel mounted scabbard.
In overall very good condition.
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WW1 Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet

WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, 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.

This is a very good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with grooved hardwood grips and parkerised blade. Complete with original U.S Army WW1 dated (1917) frog and olive green scabbard.

In overall very good to condition.

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Lee-Enfield No4 Mk2 spike bayonet
This is a No4 mk2 spike bayonet, better known as the 'pig-sticker', as fitted to the British Lee-Enfield rifle no4 mk1 and its derivatives. This is a Savage manufactured example, marked with the S symbol on the side and on the release button, so to be more exact, is for the mk1 rifle, made at Savage-Stevens, USA, but will of course fit all no4 rifles.
In good condition.
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U.S M1917 Bayonet
WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, 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.
This is a fair condition example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with good grooved hardwood grips, clean straight blade. Complete with original U.S Army olive green scabbard. Some pitting to pommel and cross guard and top part of frog is missing.
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A Rare Pattern 1918 Remington Bayonet

very scarce Remington factory error bayonet caused by the production date of 1918 being set for stamping as the ' Pattern ' date, so instead on the bayonet ricasso reading the usual ' 1917 ' for the pattern date, this bayonet shows ' 1918 ' as the Pattern date.

Once the error was discovered, it was immediately corrected, however a small number of Pattern 1917 Remington bayonets were produced with the Pattern ' 1918 ' error date shown on the riscasso.

Bayonet is in fair condition with some damage to the wooden grips.

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Finnish M1927/28 Mosin Nagant Bayonet

A Finnish M1928/30 Mosin Nagant bayonet maker marked ‘Hackman & Co’. Hackman&Co. was the only maker of the bayonets for the Civil Guard m/28 rifle. 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 condition as are the wooden grips. The steel scabbard still retains all of its original black paint and is also in good condition.

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WW1 Winchester U.S M1917 Bayonet

Rare WW1 Winchester 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 age related patina but no pitting, wooden grips are also good with no damage, the scabbard comes complete with its original U.S Army frog but has some pitting to metal parts and is a bit faded.

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Remington U.S M1913 Bayonet
An original WW1 U.S M1913 Remington Bayonet date stamped 12, 15 (December 1915)
Very clean blade with clear markings, some rust to hilt and bottom of scabbard.
In overall good condition.

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WW1 Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet
WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, with original leather scabbard.
This is a good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with grooved hardwood grips and a clean blade. Complete with original olive green scabbard.
In overall good condition.
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Rare WW1 Winchester 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 age related patina but no pitting, markings are clear, wooden grips are also good with no damage, the bayonet comes with its original ‘W’ marked green leather scabbard and is also in good condition.
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WW1 German Mauser Butcher Bayonet 1915
This is a good original 1915 dated Imperial German Pattern 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet and scabbard for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle. The ricasso is stamped 'Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf an. The back spine of the blade is stamped ' W 15' (1915) with the Imperial Crown. The blade is in excellent clean condition and the original wood grips are also very good. The original steel scabbard is dent free and is also in good condition.
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Chinese SKS Spike Bayonet 
15” Chinese SKS spike bayonet for the SKS rifle, will fit on any SKS Rifle which has the bayonet lug.
Excellent condition

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U.S M1917 Remington factory error 1918 bayonet

Very scarce Remington factory error bayonet caused by the production date of 1918 being set for stamping as the ' Pattern ' date, so instead on the bayonet ricasso reading the usual ' 1917 ' for the pattern date, this bayonet shows ' 1918 ' as the Pattern date.

Once the error was discovered, it was immediately corrected, however a small number of Pattern 1917 Remington bayonets were produced with the Pattern ' 1918 ' error date shown on the riscasso. 

Bayonet is in good condition.

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WW1 Remington U.S M1913 Bayonet
Stamped with the date 8. 17 for August 1917 and British proof markings crossed out and a US stamp added, this bayonet was originally manufactured by Remington for the British army 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 use in WW1.
Bayonet with original clean finish to blade and in all round good condition with original leather scabbard also in good condition.
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WWII German K98 Bayonet 41 fnj
WWII German K98 bayonet, scabbard and leather frog, with matching serial numbers, date and maker.
The bayonet recasso is stamped ‘41 fnj’ for the date 1941 and the maker Alexander Coppel GmbH Solingen.
In totally original condition with the blade retaining much of its original bluing.
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Finnish M1927 Bayonet
A rare Finnish M1927 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/27 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 good condition.
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German K98 Bayonet by Carl Eickhorn Dated 1938
A totally original German M84/98 K98 bayonet by Carl Eickhorn, complete with matching metal scabbard. The blade retains all much of its original bluing and is stamped on one side with the maker "Carl Eickhorn" and numbered "5614" on the other, it has "38" on the back edge (1938). The pommel is stamped with 2 x Waffenhampt and this also retains most of the bluing, the slab side wooden grips showing a few small dings, but no major damage. The scabbard is stamped at the throat with "5614" to the front and "Carl Eickhorn 1938" to the rear.
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WW1 German Erfurt Butcher Bayonet dated 1915
This is a good original 1915 dated Imperial German Pattern 1898/05 Butchers Bayonet and scabbard for the Gew. 98 Mauser Rifle. The ricasso is stamped with an imperial crown over ‘ERFURT’. The back spine of the blade is stamped ' W 15' (1915) with the Imperial Crown. The blade is in very good clean condition and the original wood grips are also good. Comes with original steel scabbard.

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U.S M1917 Bayonet
WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, 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.This is a fair condition example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with clear markings, good grooved hardwood grips, and straight unsharpened blade showing light pitting. Complete with original U.S Army olive green scabbard. Some light pitting to pommel and cross guard.

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WW1 M1913 Bayonet 3rd Royal West Surrey Regiment

A very good regimentally marked, 1913 model bayonet manufactured by Remington for the British army during WW1. Stamped to the recasso Remington, 3. 16 (for March 1916) and to the opposite with a British army broad arrow over crown and inspector's proof markings, pommel is regimentally marked 3 W.S for the 3rd Royal West Surrey Regiment.The 17inch blade is in excellent condition due to having been previously packed in grease. The wood grips are good with no damage, cross guard and pommel still retaining most of the original blue finish. Comes with its original black leather scabbard.

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WW1 U.S M1917 Remington factory error 1918 bayonet

Very scarce Remington factory error bayonet caused by the production date of 1918 being set for stamping as the ' Pattern ' date, so instead on the bayonet ricasso reading the usual ' 1917 ' for the pattern date, this bayonet shows ' 1918 ' as the Pattern date. Once the error was discovered, it was immediately corrected, however a small number of Pattern 1917 Remington bayonets were produced with the Pattern ' 1918 ' error date shown on the ricasso. 

The blade is good with just some age related patina but no pitting, markings are clear, wooden grips are also good with no damage, the bayonet comes with its original 1918 dated green leather scabbard and is also in good condition.

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WW1 Winchester 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 bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition
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Remington U.S M1917 Bayonet 
WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington, with original leather scabbard.
This is a very good condition example of a U.S M1917 bayonet, with clear markings, good grooved hardwood grips, and clean unsharpened blade . Complete with original U.S Army olive green scabbard.

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WW1 Winchester P1913 Bayonet

Manufactured in the U.S in 1916 by Winchester for the British P14 Enfield rifle. Winchester only produced 225,000 1913 pattern bayonets compared to the 1,243,000 produced by Remington making them quite scarce. The 17” blade is clean with clear markings, no pitting and retains its original factory edge; grips are also good and undamaged. Comes with WW1 green U.S army scabbard.

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WWII German K98 Bayonet

Bayonet and scabbard with matching serial numbers, date and maker
marked 41 fnj for 1941 Alexander Coppel GmbH Solingen.

In totally original condition with the blade retaining 80% of it's original bluing.

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WW1 Remington M1913 Bayonet

1913 pattern Remington Bayonet date stamped 2, 16 (February 1916)

Good clean blade with clear markings, some pitting to hilt.


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WW1 British Bayonet Wilkinson 1917

WW1 British 1906 pattern bayonet manufactured in 1917 by Wilkinson.  In excellent condition.

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WW2 German K98 Bayonet

WW2 German matching numbered 1944 date Mauser K98 bayonet manufactured by Alex Coppel, Solingen. The bayonet is in nice, issued condition, with minor wear. The 9 7/8" blade is unsharpened, and retains the majority of the original bright blued finish, with in/out wear and spotting. The obverse blade ricasso is marked with the serial number "5350 j", and the reverse "44 fnj". The pommel is marked in the late war fashion with only one straight wing eagle over WaA519 waffenamt, and the scabbard tip once also. The grip retains a good portion of the original glossy blued finish, with minor oxidation and spotting. The original late war dark red bakelite grips are also in nice condition, and the flashguard retains a portion of the original blued finish, with oxidation and spotting. The press stud functions perfectly. The matching numbered scabbard is also in nice condition, with wear and spotting to the original gray phosphate finish. The obverse throat is marked "5350 j", and the reverse "44 fnj". The left edge of the scabbard has a classic late-war rough welded seam running it's entire length. A scarce matching late war period Coppel bayonet for your collection! 

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WW1 Remington M1917 Bayonet

WW1 U.S M 1917 bayonet by Remington 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.

A good example with nice clear markings.

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