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British No.7 Mk 1L Swivel Handle Bayonet

A good example of this innovative bayonet which serves as a handled fighting knife which converts into a bayonet by use of a swivelling pommel & locking catch.
Marked 'No.7 M.K.1/L' to ricasso & 'M47A' to pommel for the firm Birmingham Small Arms (B.S.A.) .
Overall good used condition with sharpening to blade.

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WW1 British '07 Pattern Bayonet (1915 Issue Date)

The British infantrymen of WW1 were all armed with this SMLE bayonet many seeing action in the trenches of WW1.
This particular example has only one issue marking for the date February 1915 & so was most likely only ever used in WW1 before being kept as a souvenir. Made by Sanderson it has all the usual inspector & pattern marks to ricasso with a number '12' stamped into the pommel.
In very good overall condition it has a parkerised blade & working pommel catch . Black leather scabbard in very good condition.

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WW1 French Lebel Bayonet 86/93/16

The French 'Poilu' of WW1 was armed with the Lebel rifle there being a few changes to its bayonet over its life span. This is the last pattern produced & has , as from 1915 onwards , a brass handle & no hooked quillon. These were found to snag on equipment & barbed wire & so were either removed or manufactured without from this date onwards.
Overall a very nice example complete with scabbard .

Code: 50258Price: 75.00 GBP

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French Gras Bayonet 1878

This was the last type of the French sword bayonets & was manufactured for the Model 1874 Gras infantry rifle.
A very good example of this attractive bayonet with brown wood grips & brass pommel . Its hooked quillon is marked with the serial number. What appears to be the St. Etienne arsenal marking can be faintly seen to back of blade with date 1878.
This bayonet was in French military service during many its campaigns from 1873 right through until early WW1.

Code: 50255Price: 60.00 GBP

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German Type C Socket Bayonet
This Type C example was sold commercially by AES, a follow-on to the famous Carl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik that went bankrupt in1975. It was made for the FNFAL selective-fire rifles that incorporated the 22 mm. NATO-spec flash hider.
The scabbard body is plastic, with an integral web belt hanger. The hilt strap's stippled glove fastener is also characteristic of AES products.
Excellent condition.

Code: 50256Price: 55.00 GBP

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WW1 British No.19 Hand Grenade

This very rare item of WW1 Trench Warfare is officially known as the 'Hand Grenade No.19 Mark 1' & was introduced in January 1916.
A percussion grenade, it was developed by the Trench Warfare Dept to feed the shortfall of No.1 & No.2 Grenades.
It is complete with all of its correct fittings & still has the correct 3 cloth tails which assisted to guide these grenades in flight.
Fully strippable , this item is inert & can be proved as such by visual inspection.
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Code: 50246Price: 625.00 GBP

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Rare 1874 'Gras' Bayonet Frog

A very rare brown leather 1874 Gras bayonet frog in excellent condition.
All stitching is still firm with front securing strap totally intact.
Of note is the slightly protruding leather 'bulge' on the left side of the frog this was to prevent the hooked quillon from chaffing on the uniform.

Code: 50253Price: 145.00 GBP


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WW2 US Garand Bayonet 1942

A good example of the US Garand bayonet dated 1942 to blade & marked 'AFH' for the firm American Fork & Hoe .
This is the officially cut down version of the earlier M1942 model shortened from a 16 inch blade down to a 10 inch as per the 1943 order.
Good used example.

Code: 50245Price: 85.00 GBP

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WW2 British Anti Aircraft Officers Battledress 1941

Britiish army 1937 pattern British officers battledress blouse for a major in the Royal Army Medical Corps & serving with Anti Aircraft Command.
With early unlined collar only found on first production 37 pattern battledress it has an officers tailor converted front & embroidered rank , Div badges & shoulder titles to both sides.
Clothing label dates this piece to a 1940 manufacture .
In excellent condition & a good example of one worn for 'best dress ' .

Code: 50254Price: 125.00 GBP


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British Army Officer Sam Browne Belt & Shoulder Strap

A very sound British officers Sam Browne belt which measures 48 1/2 inches total length.
Complete with shoulder strap.

Code: 50244Price: 55.00 GBP

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