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Bayonets and Edged Weapons

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A259 - WW1 German G98 M1898/05 Bayonet

A259 - WW1 German G98 M1898/05 Bayonet
A standard WW1 German M1898/05 sword bayonet for the Mauser Gewehr 98 rifle. This model, superseded the M1898 whose long thin blade was often prone to breakage. Often called the "butcher blade" due to their similarity to a butcher's knife. This example was found in the general vicinity of the Somme. It is in very good condition for a ground found item and is still solid with no rust and very little pitting. One of the wooden grips is in very good condition whilst the other has slight damage. The lock still function and will still fit on a G98 rifle.

 

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Martini Henry 1887 Pattern Sword Bayonet

A337 - Martini Henry 1887 Pattern Sword Bayonet
The pattern 1881 sword bayonet or Sword Bayonet Martini-Henry Rifle Pattern 1887. It was designed for the Mark IV M-H rifle which had no provision for a socket bayonet.

This example is in good condition, with a clean blade and undamaged grips. It stands 23.75 inches long and the blade has the inscription 'Wilkinson Sword Company London' with a '89 date and VR with crown. The reverse has the War Department WD stamp.

 

 

 

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WW1 US Model Patt 1913 Bayonet by Remington

A316 - WW1 US Model Patt 1913 Bayonet by Remington
A Good US Model Pattern 1913 bayonet for the P14 / P17 rifle. Manufactured by Remington, it has the Remington manufacture circle with date of 1917 and the reverse has a U.S. and Ordnance Bomb. The grips are undmaged and the blade is in a nice clean condition. There is no scabbard included.

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M1 Garand Bayonet

A332 - WW2 US Garand M1942 Bayonet
Designated the US Model M1942 bayonet, this was the first true bayonet for the US M1 Garand rifle, with the shortened blade. This example is manufactured by Union Fork & Hoe (UFH) which were manufactured between 1942 and 1943. Complete with a M7 scabbard manufactured from green fiberglass, with a sheet-steel throat displaying US centered in an ordnance bomb logo. The bayonet and scabard show wear from period use but have no damage. A good original example of a M1 Garand bayonet.

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WW1 P1907 SMLE Bayonet with owner’s initials

A336- British Pattern P1888 Bayonet and Scabbard
A Pattern 1888 bayonet. Still in use in early WWI with the 'old contemptibles' in the BEF who fought at Mons and after in 1914 as many men were still armed with the Long Lees rather than SMLEs. The bayonets were shorter since the Long-Lee and Martini were longer guns and only a shorter bayo was needed to win a bayonet battle with a French or German armed with a long bayonet. The longer 1907 was introduced to compensate for the shorter SMLE to allow the same stabbing length against an enemy armed with the longer Lebel or G98 rifles.

This example is in very good condition. The bayonet is dated 1900, with ordnance stamps and with a crown with a VR. The hilt carries the number 764. The bayonet comes complete with its scabbard with both the leather and steel components in good strong condition. An excellent complement for a Long-Lee.

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SA dagger M7/37

I245 - Late SA dagger and scabbard
An excellent late SA Dagger and scabbard, produced by Robert Klaas, Solingen-Ohligs, with the RZM marking M7/37. The blade has much of its cross grain finish remaining with some very small tarnish marks. The brown hardwood grip is excellent without any damage with a good finish to the Eagle and SA badge. The crossguards are nickel plated with very slight tarnishing, but are still bright. The scabbard retains all of its original brown paint finish with very minor scuff marks and the ball of the scabbard is un-dented, with the blade being an excellent fit to the dagger. The scabbard also has its hanger, with the leather RZM marked L2/600/41 and the metal work stamped M5/25. A really nice example of an SA dagger.

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WW1 P1907 SMLE Bayonet with owner’s initials

A334- WW1 Pattern 1907 Bayonet and Scabbard
A very good condition WW1 P1907 pattern bayonet for the standard British rifle, the SMLE. The 18 inch sword bayonet was almost as infamous as the German butcher-bayonets. The blade is in very good condition with no pitting or rust, it has the crown acceptance mark, manufacturer name Wilkinson Sword and an issue date of what look to be ’18 for 1918. The woodwork is also in good condition with no splitting or cracks. The bayonet comes complete with its scabbard with both the leather and steel components in good strong condition. An excellent complement for any good WW1 SMLE.

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WW1 P1907 SMLE Bayonet with owner’s initials

A335 - 2nd Highland Light Infantry P1888 Bayonet and Scabbard
A Pattern 1888 bayonet. Still in use in early WWI with the 'old contemptibles' in the BEF who fought at Mons and after in 1914 as many men were still armed with the Long Lees rather than SMLEs. The bayonets were shorter since the Long-Lee and Martini were longer guns and only a shorter bayo was needed to win a bayonet battle with a French or German armed with a long bayonet. The longer 1907 was introduced to compensate for the shorter SMLE to allow the same stabbing length against an enemy armed with the longer Lebel or G98 rifles.

This example is in good condition. The hilt is Regimentally inscribed 9HLI for the (th Highland Light Infantry, The blade is dated 1897 and there is a 93 on the scabbard. The bayonet comes complete with a white frog and black leather scabbard which both have Militart stamps. Both the leather and steel components in good strong condition. An excellent Regimentally marked bayonet for a Long-Lee.

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WW1 P1907 SMLE Bayonet with owner’s initials

J15 - WW1 P1907 SMLE Bayonet with owner’s initials
A good condition WW1 dated P1907 bayonet for the standard British rifle, the SMLE. The 18 inch sword bayonet was almost as infamous as the German butcher-bayonets. The blade is in very good condition with no pitting or rust, it has the crown acceptance mark and an issue date of ’16 for 1916. A second date of ’18 probably indicates when it was reissued by the armourer. The woodwork is also in good condition with no splitting or cracks, the owner has carved his name or initials “Mo” into the woodwork. The bayonet comes complete with its scabbard with both the leather and steel components in good strong condition. An excellent complement for any good WW1 SMLE.

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WW2 German Army officers dagger

I246 - WW2 German Army officers dagger
A WW2 non-maker marked Heer army officers dagger in fair condition, with typical later war type 2 generic fittings. The blade has some oxidation to small areas with the hilt being constructed from white plastic imitation ivory which is in very good condtion. The blade has a very good tight fit with the scabbard which is in excellent condition. A fine example of a non maker marked army dagger.

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Scout Dagger

I249 - Vintage Boy Scout Knife
Vintage Boy Scout knife, with exactly the same build as a Hitler Youth dagger with the Nazi insignia replaced with the scout logo. Manufactured in Germany with a Walrus and Solingen stamped on the blade and a black plastic chequered grips . It is complete with black painted scabbard which has lost much of its finish. The knife is in good condition

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Hitler Youth Dagger

I248 - Hitler Youth Dagger
A Hitler Youth dagger that shows honest wear. The blade is stamped RZM M7/7 and also has the manufacturer name Hermann Konejung, Solingen. The reverse of the blade is etched with the moto 'Blut und Ehre'. The blade has a small area of surface rust close to the edge and there is tarnishing to the blade in general. The chequered grips are in good condition with a small nick to the top on the left handside and the Hitler Youth enanel insignia is in good condition with a nice correct fish scale pattern. The hilt has tarnishing and pitting from use. The scabbard is in fair condition and has some scratch marks and the small leather retaining strap is missing. This dagger is not perfect, but is original, with h
onest even wear and priced accordingly.

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SA dagger

I171 - Early SA dagger by a scarce maker
This is a nice example of an early SA Dagger produced by a desirable rare maker, Carl Schmidt and Sohn, Solingen. There were only appoximately 1000 made by this maker.
The grip is a superb chestnut brown colour and is in excellent condition with a very good fit between grip to guard. They retain nice smooth surfaces and crisp edges with precise grooves. The nickel fittings are excellent and the guard is stamped with the Gau-mark Ns. The blade is marked with the SA motto "Alles fur Deutchland", the reverse with the scarce maker house logo and CARL SCHMIDT SOHN AG - SOLINGEN. The blade is only in fair condition with a couple of very small chips and has staining from use. The dagger is unfortunatley missing its scabbard and the blade has marks from handling.

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M1 Garand Bayonet

ID015 - WW2 MP34 bayonet and scabard
Bayonet and scabard for the German MP34 sub machine gun. Manufactured from metal with wooden grips, the bayonet clips onto the end of the barrel housing locking it into place. Both are in excellent condition, with original blueing. The blade is marked SIMSON & Co SUHL and the handle 2666. A really fine example.

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M1 Garand Bayonet

I108 - WW2 1943 dated US Garand M1905 / 42 Bayonet
A WW2 1943 dated US Garand M1905/42 bayonet. The first true M1 Garand Rifle bayonet, with shortened blade and manufactured during WWII. The blade of the bayonet is marked UC 1943, indicating manufacture by Utica Cutlery and comes with a M7 scabbards manufactured from green fiberglass, with a sheet-steel throat displaying US centered in an ordnance bomb logo. The scabard is inscribed with a name which can not easily legible. A good original example of a M1 Garand bayonet.

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S71 bayonet

J07 - S71 Bayonet
An excellent condition 1873-dated Seiten-71 bayonet designed for the G71 and G71/84 rifles. The bayonet has a brass handle, 18 inch blade and matching regimental numbers to both bayonet and scabbard. The scabbard is missing its brass-end cap but is otherwise complete. The blade is still bright with only faint traces of age-spotting and has not been sharpened. All in all a magnificent and very rare bayonet in excellent condition for it’s age.

We also have a G71/84 rifle for sale separately in our rifles section (see photo).

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