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Bayonets Post 1900


Previously Sold Vol I

 

 Bayonets for Sale

WWII Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet
This is a Type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka rifle manufactured during world war two by an unknown company under Kokura supervision.
The bayonet has slab wood grips secured by two screws. It has a push bayonet release button in the steel 'birds head' pommel. It has a Hooked quillon crossguard. The polished steel, fullered blade measures 40cm overall. The blade is in good clean condition and remains unsharpened. Pommel and crossguard are pitted. The steel scabbard has some dents and a small hole.


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Finnish M27 Mosin Nagant Bayonet
A Rare Finnish M27 Mosin Nagant bayonet and fluted steel scabbard.
The bayonet has a steel rounded pommel with push release button. It has slab wood grips secured with two rivets.

It has a steel down turn quillon. 

The polished steel blade is fullered and measures 11 ¾" (30cm). it is stamped on the ricasso with the makers stamp "FISKARS”.
The original steel scabbard is undamaged and still retains most of its original paint.
This is a good example of a rare M27 Finnish bayonet.

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WWII British No5 Jungle Carbine Bayonet

An earley production British Mk.1 No5 Jungle Carbine Bayonet by Wilkinson.

The 7 ¾ inch Bowie type blade marked on one side of the ricasso S294 9 code for Wilkinson and also the company initials 'WSC' (Wilkinson Sword Company).

The reverse with various inspection marks.

The bayonet comes complete with its original Mk.1 steel scabbard.


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WWI Remington M1917 Bayonet

WWI 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 good example of a U.S M1917 bayonet complete with it's original olive green scabbard and brown leather frog.


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WWI Imperial German Mauser Butcher Bayonet dated1916
An original German WW1 Mauser 98/05 'Butcher Bayonet'. The bayonet has undamaged 9 groove wooden grips which are secured with two screw bolts. The hilt has cut down muzzle ring & flash guard. It has a push button spring release which operates as it should. The single edged ‘butcher shaped’ steel blade has areas of staining consistent with age. The blade measures 14 ½” length and it is 19 ¾” overall length. The ricasso is stamped by the manufacturer 'SIMSON & Co SUHL' The back edge of the blade is stamped with small inspection mark 'W Crown 16' (1916). Comes complete with it's original period steel scabbard marked ''Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf an'. 

Scabbard is dented but bayonet dose not affect function.


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WWII German K98 Bayonet 41 cul
WWII German K98 bayonet and scabbard with matching serial number, date and maker.
The bayonet recasso is stamped ‘41 cul’ for the date 1941 and the maker Ernst Pack & Söhne.
The blade is unsharpened, and retains the vast majority of the original blued finish, with just some very light in/out wear.
In totally original condition.

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Matching Numbers K98 Bayonet & Scabbard, Coppel 1939
A WWII German K98 bayonet by with matching serial numbers, date and maker.
The bayonet recasso is stamped on one side with the makers name 'Coppel G.m.b.H and the serial number ‘836K’ to the other side.
The scabbard is also stamped 'Coppel G.m.b.H and the date '1939' and the same serial number ‘836K’.
In totally original untouched condition with the blade retaining much of its original bluing.

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

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East German MPiK Bayonet
An excellent example of a communist East German made bayonet for the East German MPiK 59 assault rifle. Serial number G1935 on the cross-guard.
With 23cm blade, black composite grips and blued steel scabbard with web belt loop and hilt strap.
31.5cm overall length.

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Spanish M1941 Bolo Bayonet with matching numbers scabbard
A Spanish M1941 Bolo Blade Bayonet & Scabbard with matching serial number “6261S” and original brown leather frog.
The bayonet has a distinctive 24.5cm Bolo shaped blade and is stamped on the ricasso with the Toledo Arsenal and Crown Mark. On the other side of the ricasso it is stamped with a serial number "6261S". 

The bayonet has black plastic chequered grips secured with two screw bolts.

All in good condition,

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Turkish M1890 Short Bayonet
Model 1890 Ottoman Turkish short bayonet for the Mauser rifle. Still retains it's large hooked quillion, most were removed when the blades were shortened.
The 25 cm fullered blade is unsharpened and is marked at the ricasso with Arabic script and a star and crescent moon to the spine.
Comes with it's original steel scabbard which has no damage or dents.

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German K98 Bayonet by Elite-Diamant with Matching Numbers

A German M84/98 bayonet by Elite-Diamant, complete with matching metal scabbard.
The blade retains most of its bluing and is stamped on one side of the ricasso with the maker 'Elite-Diamant' and numbered '4126a' on the other side. 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 in very good condition retaining most of its original bluing and is also stamped with the number '4126' and 'Elite-Diamant 1938'.

All In very good condition.

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WWII German K98 Bayonet by F. W Holler
A very good example of a K98 bayonet, dated 1944 and makes code fze for F. W Holler 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 late war red bakelite slab grips and is also in very good condition.

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WW1 German Sawback Bayonet
A German Model 98/05 na ,sawback butcher bayonet for the G98 Mauser rifle.
The ricasso is stamped with the manufactures details of “Deutsche Maschinenfabrik A-G Duisburg” the spine is stamped with a crown w over 16 indicating the date as 1916.
The bayonet is in good all-round condition with an unsharpened 37cm blade, undamaged wood grips and no major pitting to any metal. 

Comes with its original blued steel scabbard.

In all round good condition.

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WWII Japanese Type 30 Bayonet for Arisaka rifle, Toyoda Loom Works

A Japanese type 30 bayonet manufactured by Toyoda Jido Shokki Seisakusho (Toyoda Automatic Loom Works), under Nagoya Army Arsenal supervision between 1938–1945.

With 40 cm polished steel blade, hooked quillon, slab wood grips and birds head pommel with serial number '12397' comes complete with it's original blued steel scabbard and original brown leather frog.

All in good condition.


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WW1 German M1898/05 Butcher Bayonet by Mauser
Original 1916 dated Imperial German M1898/05 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 16' (1916) with the Imperial Crown. The 36.6cm blade is in good clean condition with just some patches of  very light staining.

the wooden side grips are undamaged and also in good condition. Comes with its original steel scabbard.

50cm overall length.


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French Model 1886/35 Label Bayonet

In 1935 the French military had a number of 1886 bayonets modified by having their long blades shortened to 35.5cm, thus resulting in the 1886/35 label bayonet. 

The 1886/35 bayonets were used by by the French during the early part of Word War II.

Bayonet is in very good condition and comes with its original steel scabbard and brown leather frog.


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British No7 MK1/L Bayonet
A British No7 MK1/L Bayonet & Scabbard with swivelling pommel to fit the Lee Enfield No4 rifle and the Sten MKV sub machine gun . The No7 Mk1 was only produced from 1944-48 and only issued to selective units.
The 12.5” bayonet has a 8” fullered bowie knife style blade and is fitted with brown undamaged Tufnell grips.
The blade is stamped at the ricasso “No7 MK1/L” (the letter "L" denotes Land Service).
Comes with original black painted steel scabbard.
All in very good condition.

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Czech M1895 Short blade bayonet
A Czechoslovakian post World War I made 1895 bayonet to fit a Mauser type rifle.., marked at the ricasso “CZS” standing for Ceskoslovenska Stantni Zbrojovky (Czech state manufacture). Many 1895 bayonets were captured by the Germans in 1939 and re issued to German forces.

The bayonet has a 24.3cm fullered blade, riveted wood grips and is 35.5cm overall length. Comes with its original steel scabbard.

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WW1 Remington M1913 Bayonet, British Contract

A 1913 model bayonet manufactured by Remington for the British army during WW1.

Stamped to the recasso Remington, 5 -17 (for May 1917) and to the opposite with a British army broad arrow over crown and inspector's proof markings.

The 17inch blade is in good condition the wood grips are also good with no damage.

Comes with its original black leather scabbard.


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WWI Remington M1917 Bayonet
WWI 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 complete with it's original WWI dated (1918) olive green scabbard and brown leather frog.
In overall very 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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WW1 German M88/98 Ersatz Bayonet & Scabbard
A German all steel M88/98 Ersatz bayonet with two piece crossguard and a three quarter muzzle ring. 

The 12” fullered blade has proof stamps to the ricasso and spine and is in good condition with just some age patina. 

Bayonet and scabbard still retain some small areas of original gray/green paint.


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WW1 German M98/05 na Sawback Bayonet
A German Model 98/05 na ,sawback butcher bayonet for the G98 Mauser rifle.
The ricasso is stamped with the manufactures details of “Deutsche Maschinenfabrik A-G Duisburg”
the spine is stamped with a crown w over 16 indicating the date as 1916.
The bayonet is in good all-round condition with an unsharpened 37cm blade, undamaged wood grips and no major pitting to any metal.
Comes with its original steel scabbard and original leather frog, scabbard has a couple of minor dents to be expected.

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Argentinian FAL Bayonet
Knife bayonet for use on the 7.62 mm. NATO caliber Fabrique Nationale - Fusil Automatique Leger (Light Automatic Rifle), or FN–FAL, selective-fire rifle.
According to Argentine collector-researcher Gustavo Pablo Fierro, Argentina began using the FAL in the late 1950s, first purchasing them from FN, then assembling rifles in Argentina. Similarly, bayonets were first purchased and later manufactured in Argentina at the Domingo Matheu Factory in SantaFe.
This example was manufactured in Argentina. Argentine-made scabbards are more pointed, while European-made scabbards are more radiused.
Falklands war bring back with matching numbers scabbard.

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