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4274.) Krag Cadet Bayonet Scabbard. This is the leather frog model and inspector marked. Has slight crazing of the leather but still strong and solid. Has a dent in the body, if you know of someone with a correct mandrill this is a steal.
4275.) Krag Cadet Bayonet Scabbard. This is the leather frog model and inspector marked. Has slight crazing of the leather but still strong and solid. No dents in body, super nice piece.
4395.) German Ersatz bayonet. Excellent condition piece with most of the paint still on the scabbard. Cool piece
4398.) Czech VZ24 bayonet made for Columbia. Unmarked aside from the serial number on the pommel butt. Proper scabbard with no dents. Shows very light wear, nice one.
4399.) Mauser Export bayonet. Appears to be the M1935 export used by Peru. Unmarked except for a serial number on the pommel butt. All steel is blued with majority remaining.
4401.) Belgian FN Model 98 long export bayonet. Very nice condition piece all solid with bery little use apparent. $
4420.) Norwegian Model 1894 bayonet. Made by Steyr Lightweight piece is solid and shows moderate use. A great one for only
P732.) Yugoslavian M1924. Blade marked BT3 with blued blade. Bayonet and scabbard are matching numbered. Scabbard has some dents and a brazed repair on the throat.
P911.) Spanish M1943. Well used and seasoned Spanish 1943, been through the wars so it is a survivor. Has been cleaned at some point. No issues and no scabbard. Wood grips and full round muzzlering.
P936.) Dutch Model 1895 bayonet. Rifle model marked HEMBURG in small letter on the ricasso. Serial numbered 1556 on the guard. Has been shellacked as a preservative at some point in it’s life when that was popular. No scabbard.
P1067.) Yugoslavian M1924 bayonet. Last Yugo for now, a great piece BT3 marked blade with 4821* marked guard and scabbard. Scabbard has some dents in the bottom that does not affect the operation nor detract from the looks.
4457.) Norwegian bayonet. Model 1894 bayonet with proper and matching steel scabbard. Both numbers match on this one with the last three also present on the rear of the scabbard. Well-marked piece with the integral blade also marked on both ricassos.
P1116.) Argentine Gendarmería Nacional Argentina Sidearm. Type 1 Police use as a sign of authority. Does not have the attaching device built into the pommel as a normal bayonet would. Numbers matching excellent piece that is crazy hard to find. $300.00 $250.00
P1117.) Argentine Gendarmería Nacional Argentina Sidearm. Type 2 Police use as a sign of authority. Does not have the attaching device built into the pommel as a normal bayonet would. Numbers matching excellent piece that is crazy hard to find. $300.00 $250.00
P1138.) Argentine M1879. Argentine Model 1879 brass and steel bayonet. A seriously hard to find Argentine bayonet not shown in the Janzen or Kiesling books. Marked R. Kirschbaum / Solingen on the ricasso. Excellent condition. $600.00 $500.00
D024.) British P1856 yataghan sword bayonet. Here we have a highly probable Confederate Import bayonet. Made and dated 1864 with the makers name on the ricasso these were purchased by the South and imported for their troops. One grip has deteriorated but it is still mostly there. No scabbard
D025.) British P1858 yataghan sword bayonet. Leather grip but with the raised muzzle ring signifying the later P1858 configuration. Various markings and stampings Crown / S / 4 on the pommel and blade. Along with a serial number on the pommel end. Nice piece no scabbard.
D032.) Joslyn Navy Model. See Hardin # 127 for description. A completely unmarked piece in great shape. A very hard to find bayonet.
D033.) Joslyn Navy Model. See Hardin # 127 for description. A completely unmarked piece in great shape. This one has the brass and leather scabbard with it. A very hard to find bayonet.
D034.) Here is a great one, Collins & Co made for Remington. Marked with several inspection initials but the really great part is the ownership stamping on the top grip strap. N.Y. 69. TH. From the legendary NY 69 Fighting Irish. Awesome piece.
D036.) US Model of 1855 brass gripped yataghan bayonet. A very hard to find Collins & Co made with the New Hampshire alteration. Blade is darkening somewhat could use a good cleaning. A super hard to find piece with brass and leather scabbard. Serial numbered in the grip back.
D051.) Model of 1855 Socket Bayonet. This one has been shortened and painted black.Marked with ./US/S on the blade. No scabbard.
D052.) Model of 1855 Socket Bayonet. Originally stamped with the US on the blade it has been overstamped with CCH and 737. Nice overall patina, no active rust. No scabbard.
D053.) Model of 1854 Socket Bayonet. This is the Remington Conversion bayonet using the original Model of 1816 as the base. Great even patina, stamped with U 36 on the socket.
D054.) Model of 1866 Winchester / Hotchkiss Socket Bayonet. Great original with even patina across the piece. This item is completely unmarked and in great shape.
D055.) Model of 1866 Winchester / Hotchkiss Socket Bayonet. From the Dick Marsden collection, in great original unaltered condition. In the white with ./US stamped on the blade. Super piece
D065.) Model of 1873 Cadet Socket Bayonet. Marked with U.S. on the blade Overall patina remains on this one. Short narrow blade.
D068.) Model of 1873 Socket Bayonet. Marked with U.S. on the blade and has stamped above that MASS for state ownership. Comes with the proper MASS marked scabbard super set.
D079. French Foreign Legion / Para knives. This is a cut down Remington Model of 1917 bayonet given to the French in the Land Lease program. They converted them into fighting knives for use by the elite groups. Can be seen in wear through many African conflicts. Cutdown leather scabbard with distinctive leather frog. Cool piece.
D081.) Model of 1898 Krag Bayonet. 1899 dated Krag bayonet that has been refinished in a dark almost black bluing / Park. Excellent condition piece with full dark finish covering, excellent wood grips and dent free scabbard.
$150.00 $125.00 SOLD
D084.) Model of 1917 bayonet cutdown and chromed into a parade / dress model. 1917 Remington stamped with incorrect 1918 with US and Eagle head inspector and #24. All metal bright chromed with distinctive clip point blade. Cut down scabbard as metal fittings chromed and reapplied with hollow rivets. Shown in the M1917 Enfield Bayonet Book.
D043.) Model of 1905 Bayonet. This is a 1908 dated bayonet with the original configuration two tone blade with blued grip, guard and first ¼ inch of the blade. Still in the storage grease. Comes with a dated M1905 long throat scabbard.
D044.) Model of 1905 Bayonet. 1906 dated Springfield Arsenal that has been arsenal refinished with the deep dark French Blue wartime finish. Packed in cosmoline storage grease. This one comes with a M1905M scabbard converted to fit the new web belts of the era. Excellent and hard to find piece.
D100.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 11-15. This one has multiple unit marks on the blade and pommel. Actual bayonet shown in Morrisons book pg 230. No sheath
$100.00 $75.00 SOLD
D101.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 12-15. Unit marked blade, original two tone finish. Excellent condition.
$150.00 $125.00 HOLD
D102.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 4-16. Original two tone finish but with overall patina. Has the ultra-rare and unknown Triangle R marked on blade. No scabbard.
D103.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 5-16. Original two tone finish. Unit marked on the pommel to the Royal Irish Regiment. Listed in Morrisons book.
D104.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 11-16. Wartime blue finish over patina. Has the ultra rare Triangle R marking on the blade. Listed in Morrisons book
$125.00 $100.00 HOLD
D105Z.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 11-16. Arabic unit marks on pommel. Original two tone finish, nice piece.
D106.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 12-16. Original two tone finish. Excellent View and inspection marks. Very good plus condition
$125.00 $100.00 HOLD
D107.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 1-17. Original two tone finish. Rack numbers on the pommel, one set crossed out and later Arabic markings added. Excellent condition no sheath.
D109.) Great Britain P1913 bayonet. Made by Remington, dated 1-17. Original two tone with light French Blue wartime finish applied. Some patina visible on blade. Has the Ultra Rare triangle R marking on the reverse ricasso.
D114.) US M1917 sent to India and converted into the India Pattern with the pointed tip. Wartime blued in excellent condition with full blade and tight grips. Has DP stamped in to the guard and the wood grip. No sheath
D115.) US M1917 sent to India and converted into the India Pattern with the pointed tip. Wartime blued in excellent condition with full blade and tight grips. Has DP stamped in to the guard and wood grip. No sheath
D116.) Great Britain P1913 sent to India and converted into the India Pattern with the pointed tip. With full blade and tight grips. With proper sheath and MOD painted
D118.) US Model 1917 bayonet that was plated for drill use. A near perfect plated bayonet excellent blade and wood. No sheath
D119.) US Model 1917 bayonet that was plated for drill use. A near perfect plated bayonet excellent blade and wood. No sheath
D120.) US Model 1917 bayonet that is buffed bright for drill use. Nice wood and metal. No Sheath
D121.) US Model 1917 bayonet. Original two tone with grip and ricasso blued and rest of the blade left plain. Property marked on the pommel 60 / M.R.T.C. / 255. Actual item pictured in the book P230 The US Enfield Bayonet. Marking is listed as unknown. Excellent piece, No sheath
D122.) US Model 1917 bayonet. Original two tone with grip and ricasso blued and rest of the blade left plain. Super clean piece. Blade stamped 311 unknown? No sheath.
D123.) Model 1917 bayonet. Original two tone with grip and ricasso blued and rest of the blade left plain US but wartime French blued over top. A real nice piece with thinning wartime blue, hard to find pieces. No sheath
P543.) KCB70-3. Bayonet for the G3 rifle with square grip, wire cutter with Squirrel logo on the blade. Bayonet is like new but with stress cracks in the black plastic grips.
P711.) Russian AKM 2nd type bayonet. Hard to find arrow triangle scabbard with modified pommel. Excellent plus condition.
$ 200 .00 $150.00
P409.) Colt Model CT 39. Colt Special Operations Knife. Like new with COLT engraved on left side of blade. Live wire electrical circuit tester in grip. $250.00
P961.) Peruvian M1935 bayonet. Typical Peruvian with only serial number on pommel end. $75.00
P1418.) Indian made RFI bayonet. Like new 1943 made RFI bayonet with various markings. GRI / MKII / 7-43 /RFI. No scabbard $125.00
P1420.) Italian M91/38 fixed blade bayonet. Typical fixed blade with nice plum coloring. Has serial number on grip tang. Come with proper scabbard. $125.00
P1421.) Remington Model 1889 Short Export. Very nice one. $200.00
P1422.) Spanish Model 1944 bayonet. All bright steel with FNT engraved logo on blade and lot number of opposite ricasso. $100.00
P1425.) French Berthier Model 1892 bayonet. Early model with wood grips. Full blade with muzzle ring. A real nice survivor of several wars. $125.00
D126.) M1917 Remington. A beauty of a piece, Fully wartime French blued with most remaining. Eagle head #22 inspector marking Early no cleaning hole piece. No sheath # 145.00
D127.) M1917 Remington. Original two tone blade with blued grip and ricasso with dull gray blade finish. Has some patina developing. Eagle head #22 inspector marking. No sheath $135.00
D128.) M1917 Remington. Interesting early piece with no cleaning hole, Original US markings and remnants of a Broad Arrow marking as well. Dark wartime French Blued, almost black. No sheath
D129.) US M1917 Remington. Original two tone blade with blued grip and ricasso with dull gray blade finish. Has some patina developing. Eagle head #25 inspector marking. No sheath $125.00
D130.) US M1917 Remington. Original two tone blade with blued grip and ricasso with dull gray blade finish. Has some patina developing. Eagle head #28 inspector marking with circle S below it. No sheath $175.00
D131.) M1917 Remington. Original two tone blade with blued grip and ricasso with dull gray blade finish. Has some patina developing and thinning blue. Eagle head #29 inspector marking. No sheath $135.00
D132.) P1913 Lend Lease type scabbard and frog. Shown in Dan Morrisons book page 254, this exact piece. W marked scabbard.
D133.) M1917 Remington. Wartime French blued over all with some thinning of finish. Has some patina developing. Rare Eagle head #28 inspector marking with circle S stamp. No sheath $175.00
D134.) M1917 Remington. Original two tone finish with some thinning of finish. Has some patina developing. Rare Eagle head #28 inspector marking with circle S stamp. No sheath $175.00
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The US Enfield Bayonet Book
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