WWI British P1907 (SMLE) No1 MK1 Wilkinson Pall Mall
Very good condition Pattern 1907 bayonet with frog.
Blade is very nicely blued with fuller. Various markings on the ricasso. A bit faded but Crown with G.R. (Georgius Rex (king George V), manufacturing date June 1916. Maker marked Wilkinson Pall Mall.
Otherside of the ricasso Bend marks and various other inspection stamps
Tear drop leather Scabbard is in ver... read more
WWII Australian P1907 bayonet
Very nice condition Pattern 1907 bayonet with frog.
Blade is very nicely blued with fuller, it has some minor pitting and aging. Various markings on the ricasso. manufacturing date September 1942. MA 1907 I, which means Made in Australia Pattern 1907 MKI . In July 1942 the production was moved to the Orange Arsenal. The otherside of the ricasso is marked by this factory OA. X is... read more
WWI US Model 1917 Remington bayonet
Very good condition a US Model 1917 Remington bayonet with british original WWI scabbard.
Blade marked on the ricasso with maker mark Remington in circle and model 1917 above. Otherside of the ricasso marked with U.S. and proofmarks flaming ball, inspector mark.
Bayonet has a nice overall blued finish on the hilt, crosspiece and ricasso. The rest of the blade is ... read more
Spanish M1893//13 Mauser bayonet
A very nice Spanish M1893/13 bayonet with scabbard, this bayonet is also know as the M1913 bayonet.
The blade is bright and long, on the ricasso the it is maker marked Artilleria Fca Nacional Toledo. with the two cannons as emblem.
The otherside of the ricasso is number marked but this is almost unreadable 644 as last numbers.
The scabbard is very ... read more
WWII Russian Mosin Nagant M1891/30
In an excellent condition a 2nd model/ version of the Mosin Nagant bayonet, otherwise called the M1891/30 bayonet.
These specific type bayonets were used by the Russians during the 2nd WW and were crudely made (in haste). In 1930 the old style M1891 bayonet was re-designed by E.K. Kabakow and J.A. Komaricki with a new socket and press stud, hence the addition of the name /30.
WWII Russian Mosin Nagant M1891/30
IN an excellent condition a 2nd model/ version of the Mosin Nagant bayonet with leather frog/ scabbard, otherwise called the M1891/30 bayonet.
These specific type bayonets were used by the Russians during the 2nd WW and were crudely made (in haste). In 1930 the old style M1891 bayonet was re-designed by E.K. Kabakow and J.A. Komaricki with a new socket and press stud, hence the ... read more
Chilean M1908 Police side arm (bayonet)
M1908 Yatagán Carabineros de Chile para la Policías Fiscales. This bayonet has been created from the blade, gross-guard and scabbard of the 1874 Chilean Gras bayonet.
A massive brass hilt with a beautiful Chilian crest REPUBLICA DE CHILI. Serial number A887 on the pommel. A t-shape blade and bright metal crossguard with muzzle ring and quillon.
The scabbard is shortened ... read more
German/ USA M7-L Commercial export bayonet by Eickhorn
Very good condition an export Carl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik (AES made) M7 bayonet for the US M16 rifle, made from the 70's.
These bayonets had certain characteristics like no maker marks, one piece grip. These pieces were made earlier by Carl Eickhorn and were als known to be made by AES for Haïti. In the bottom I have added some URL's for reference.
Used blade is ni... read more
Swedish Knife Bayonet for the M1896 Rifle
Swedish made bayonet by Eskilstuna Jernmanufactur AB between 1899-1912 it has a conical stud with crown marking. Except for the blade the bayonet is nicely blued.
On the blade it is marked on the ricasso with Nr. 220 and maker marked EJAB with crown on top. Otherside of the ricasso it is marked with crown. Blade has been sharpened
The cross-guard is marked with 449... read more
Yugoslavia M1948 Mauser Bayonet
Very good conditioned very early M1948 Yugoslavian bayonet
Nicely blued all over and patina on the wooden grips. No maker markings, which should be for this type of bayonet in cyrillic factory 44. On the other side of the ricasso there are two stamps the BK in circle and a marking M or W and BK is stamped on the cross-guard and the otherside numbered 1180.
The sc... read more