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Bayonets Post 1900


Previously Sold Vol II


Bayonets for Sale


WWII Japanese Type 30 Arisaka Bayonet, Nagoya Arsenal
Type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka rifle in very good condition. The Bayonet ricasso is stamped with the Nagoya Arsenal mark, indicating it was manufactured between 1923-1945.The bayonet has slab wood grips are secured by two screws. It has a push bayonet release button in the steel flat 'birds head' pommel and is stamped with the serial number '76148'. It has a Hooked quillon crossguard. The polished steel, fullered blade measures 40cm overall and is in excellent condition. Comes with its original steel scabbard also in very good condition.

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WWII Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet, Tokyo Arsenal
This is a very good example of a Type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka rifle. It has the Tokyo Arsenal mark on the blade indicating it was manufactured pre1935. 

The bayonet has slab wood grips secured by two screws. The steel pommel is stamped with the serial number '2595' and Imperial Japanese inspection marks. It has a Hooked quillon crossguard. The polished steel, fullered blade measures 40cm overall. The blade is straight and remains unsharpened and is in excellent condition. The steel scabbard is also in very good condition.

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WWII Italian Model 1891 Bayonet
A World War II dated Italian M1891 bayonet for the Italian Model 1891 Carcano rifle.
This is a very good example of a Italian M1892 bayonet & scabbard with a 30cm steel blade with original plum coloured finish, riveted wood grips and cross guard stamped “PS 1942” (for the manufacturer Polotti Scherma and the date 1942). Comes in its original black leather scabbard with original green leather frog.

All in very good condition

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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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WW1 British 1907 Bayonet by Wilkinson

A good 1906 pattern sword bayonet manufactured by Wilkinson.

The 17” blade is stamped at the ricasso with a crown over 'G.R', '1 17' for the date January 1917 and the manufacturer name 'Wilkinson'.

Blade remains unsharpened and retains its original clean buffed shine finish ,wood grips are undamaged and firmly secured.

Comes with original black leather scabbard also in very good condition.

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British 1903 Pattern Bayonet by Wilkinson
This is a scarce 1903 Pattern Bayonet manufactured by Wilkinson of London for the SMLE rifle. Most of the 1903 bayonets were made at Enfield with a just few made by Mole, Sanderson and Wilkinson. The bayonet has a 12" steel blade which has a double edged unfullered blade with a medial ridge running from the ricasso to the blade tip. The ricasso of the blade stamped with 'Crown, 1903', 'Wilkinson London' and numerous other issue stamps and inspection marks. The slab wood grips are secured with two screw bolts. The pommel is stamped R.E for the Royal Engineers. This is a nice origional 1903 bayonet by a scarce maker.

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WW1 1907 Bayonet by Chapman
A British pattern 1907 bayonet manufactured by Chapman, 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 G.R (now faint), 5 18 for the date May 1918 and the manufacturer name 'Chapman'.
Blade is in good condition with just some light pitting and remains unsharpened. Comes with original black leather scabbard.
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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 a good with no damage, the scabbard is also in good condition and is complete with its brown leather frog.
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WW1 British P1907 Bayonet
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 a crown over G.R and remains unsharpened and is in very good condition,wood grips are also good and the pommel retaining most of its original blued finish.Comes with original brown leather scabbard (also in very good condition) and white canvas frog.
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WW1 German Ersatz Bayonet
A WW1 German M88/98 Ersatz bayonet and steel scabbard The all steel construction bayonet has a 12” polished steel single edged blade with sharpened back edge point & central fuller. It has a steel one piece cross guard with open muzzle ring. There is a inspection mark on the ricasso and also on the spine of the blade. The steel pressed steel grip has an oil hole near to the cross guard. It has a push button bayonet release which works correctly. It is complete with its steel scabbard which has a tear drop frog stud. The scabbard has some dents consistent with age and service use.

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WW1 Remington M1913 Bayonet

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

Stamped to the recasso Remington, 2. 16 (for February 1916) 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 and brown leather frog.



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WW1 M1913 Bayonet for Royal Irish Regiment & Machine Gun Corps

 A regimentally marked, 1913 model bayonet manufactured by Remington for the British army during WW1. Stamped to the recasso Remington, 12. 15 (for December 1915) and to the opposite with a British army broad arrow over crown and inspector's proof markings, pommel is regimentally marked on one side 95.R.I  for the Royal Irish Regiment and the opposite 281 C.C.Y  and  M.G.C for the Machine Gun Corps.

Bayonet comes with its original brown leather scabbard.


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Finnish M28 Mosin Nagant Bayonet
A Rare Finnish M28 Mosin Nagant bayonet and fluted 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 measures 11 3/4". it is stamped on the ricasso with the makers stamp, "Hackman & Co".
This is a good example of a rare M28/30 Finnish bayonet.


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WWI Turkish M1890 Mauser Bayonet
This is a standard M1890 Mauser bayonet differing from the 1887 Pattern only in that the muzzle ring is set further away from the hilt. It is stamped with the Manufacturers name and date in Turkish script on the ricasso and the Crescent and Star on the top edge of the blade. It is also stamped the 'Toughra' markings of Abdul Hamid II and the Crescent into one side of the pommel together with the 'Star' and what appears to be two linked 'C' s on the other. The crossguard is stamped with Turkish Script. 18 ¼ " blade, 23 ¼ " overall.

Lacks scabbard.

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Norwegian M1894 Krag Jorgenson Bayonet
Totally original, Unmodified Norwegian M1894 Krag Jorgenson Bayonet and scabbard, with clean 21.5cm blade, wood grips, no muzzle ring and a leaver-type “Krag” locking mechanism.
The 1894 bayonet was the standard when Norway was overrun by the Germans in 1940, and it continued to be produced for issue to German second-line troops and security troops during the occupation.
A very good example of an unmodified M1894 Krag Jorgenson bayonet and scabbard.

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Rare Remington Lebel Bayonet

Original rare French Model 1886/1915 Lebel bayonet made by Remington on contract for France during WWI. Remington contract bayonets have no serial numbers and no inspection stamps. Its unmarked 52cm cruciform blade is straight and undamaged. White metal hilt with unmarked cross guard, press-button functions well. Comes in its blued steel scabbard that is dent free and in very good condition.   

A rare WW1 French Remington contract Lebel bayonet in very good condition.


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WW1 German S98/05 nA Sawback Butchers Bayonet

Original 1916 dated Imperial German S98/05 Butchers Bayonet with sawback blade for the G98 Mauser rifle. The ricasso is stamped “Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf”. The back of the blade is stamped ‘W 16' (1916) with the Imperial Crown. The 36.5cm blade showing some pitting, the grips are original and un-damaged. Comes with its original standard pattern steel scabbard which is in good order with just a couple of minor dents to be expected.


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Rare M1917/1918 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.

The blade is good with just some age related patina, wooden grips are also good with no damage, the scabbard has pitting to metal parts and the green leather is faded.


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WW1 German Butcher Bayonet, dated 1916
WW1 Model 1898 / 05 G98 Mauser 'Butcher' Bayonet By Mauser
This is a good condition original 1916 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 16' (1917) with the Imperial Crown. The blade is in excellent clean condition and the original wood grips are also good. The original steel scabbard is dent free with just some light pitting throughout.
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WWII Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet, Nagoya Arsenal
This is a Type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka rifle. It has the Nagoya Arsenal mark on the blade indicating it was manufactured between 1923-1945.The bayonet has slab wood grips secured by two screws. It has a push bayonet release button in the steel flat 'birds head' pommel. It has a Hooked quillon crossguard. The polished steel, fullered blade measures 40cm overall. The blade is straight and remains unsharpened with just some areas of pitting. The steel scabbard has some pitting but is in good shape with no dents.
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German K98 Bayonet by 'Carl Eickhorn', Dated 1938
A German M84/98 bayonet by Carl Eickhorn, complete with matching metal scabbard.
The blade retains most of its bluing and is stamped on one side with the maker "Carl Eickhorn" and numbered "2369" 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 virtually dent free with a nice brown patina and is also stamped with the number "2369" and "Carl Eickhorn 1938".
In very good condition.
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WWII British No4 Mk2 spike bayonet
WWII British No4 Mk2 spike bayonet, better known as the 'pig-sticker', as fitted to the British Lee-Enfield rifle no4 mk1 and its derivatives. Marked N 67 on the side of the release button (indicating it was manufactured between 1942 and 1944) and the British broad arrow stamp to the other side.

Good condition.

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WW1 Remington U.S 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.
Bayonet is in good condition with just some light pitting to metal parts and comes complete with its original WW1 dated (1918) olive green scabbard.
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WWII German K98 Bayonet by EUF. Horster 1939
WWII German K98 bayonet, scabbard and leather frog, with matching serial numbers, date and maker.
The bayonet recasso is stamped on one side with the makers name EUF. Horster and the serial number ‘100’ to the other side. The blade spine is marked 39 for the year of manufacture (1939)
The scabbard is also stamped EUF.Horster 1939 and the same serial number ‘100’.
In totally original untouched condition with the blade retaining much of its original bluing.
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British 1907 Bayonet with Matching Numbers Scabbard

A good British 1907 bayonet with scarce matching numbers scabbard and regimentally marked 3.B.R for the 3rd Border regiment. The 43cm blade with its original buffed shine finish and clear markings,  stamped with a crown over "G.R. 1907 4 12" (April 1912) and the makers name "Sanderson" and the other side has the War Department 'Broad Arrow' and several inspection stamps. The pommel is stamped 2376 as is the scabbard throat.

Both bayonet and scabbard are in very good condition.

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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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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 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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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 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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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 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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