WW2 British Army Officer’s Field Sword. Slim tapered blade manufactured in the white, measuring 32 1/2 inches in length, and being etched for 17 inches. Scrolled nickle basket hilt, with King George cypher. Wire wrapped snake skin grip. Full nickle finish scabbard with two suspension rings. Blade shows light spotting and discoloration from age. with some light stain marks in small areas to the hilt. Scabbard is in very good condition with 95% of the nickle finish remaining. Grips are in very good condition, with the wire wrapping in place and being very tight.
SMLE #7 Mark 1/L bayonet an scabbard for use with the SMLE #4 Mk.I service rifle and the Sten Mk.II SMG. The grip scales are made of a resin impregnated cloth composite, Paxolin, and have deep finger grooves to allow use as a fighting knife, with the pommel of the bayonet swiveling and locking in place when mounted to the rifle. Grips are in very good condition with slight wear to one of the panels. The 7.75 inch blade is finished in the white with some slight age discoloration. Pommel and cross guard show approx. 70% of the original blackened finish over bleuing. Swivel and lock function correctly and locks into position tightly. Metal scabbard retains 955 of it’s original color and finish. Locking spring in the scabbard in place, and holds the bayonet formly and tightly. Scabbard is marked S/19, as shown in photo.
Canadian issue Pattern 1907 bayonet and scabbard, manufactured by Wilkinson for use with the SMLE #1 Mk. III service rifle. Full length 17 inch blade, and measuring 21 3/4 inches overall. 2 piece wood panel grips retained by 2 grip screws are in very good condition showing the original finish and no damage. Release button on place and functioning correctly. C-Broadarrow mark to the pommel below the release button. Blade is marked with the King’s Crown and the date 1907, and “Wilkinson” and the date 10/17 (October 1917) to the one side, and the British Broadarrow, proof mark, and the number “30” to the other. Blade shows some mottled age color with the cross guard and pommel turning to a pleasing aged brown finish. Scabbard is in very good condition with the metal work showing 85% of it’s original colored finish, with the leather and stitching being very strong, and with no damage.
British Pattern 1907 Bayonet With Quillon. Manufactured for use with the SMLE #1 Mk. III rifle. Measuring 21 1/2 inches overall with a 17 inch blade. Marked 1907 and dated 6/13 (June 1913) on the blade. Proof marked with British Broadarrow. Two piece wood grips show the original finish. Blade shows some light age staining and retains the original edge. Scabbard is in very good condition showing the original finish and strong stitching.
Model 1893 Spanish Mauser Bayonet And Scabbard. German manufacture by Suhl for export. Hump-backed 2 piece wood grips and smooth grip rivets. measures 14 3/4 inches overall with a 9 3/4 inch blade. Blade marked “Suhl” (faint) with the other side serial numbered 4664, and unit marked “P.R.8.” Slight discoloration to the blade. Leather scabbard with steel fittings in very good condition.
1908 Brazilian Mauser bayonet with scabbard, for use with the 1908 rifle and carbine. Measuring 17 inches overall with a 11 3/4 inch blade. Hooked quillon and 2 piece wood grips. Brass mounted scabbard. Blade shows slight staining, and wear to the grip panels. Leather scabbard is in very good condition with an even finish and strong stitching. Blade is maker marked “W.K. & C.I.E., Solingen”.
1855 Lancaster rifle bayonet. 24 inch nickel steel blade with brass fixtures, and 2 piece checkered grips. Guard is marked to a Volunteer Regiment, marked “V.L. C.S., E.2.154″. Blade shows some discoloration and pitting from age and use. Release button in place and functioning correctly. Missing scabbard.
Brunswick Rifle bayonet marked to the R.C.R. (Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment) Marked “Enfield” to one side of the blade, with British Proof marks to the other side. 22 1/4 ” double edges blade with 8 1/2″ groove, brass guard and grips. Total length of 27 inches. Guard is stamped “H43″ to one side, and “R.C.R.” to the other. Release spring and button in place and working perfectly. Brass shows a nice original and untouched patina finish. Blade shows it’s original finish with some slight discoloration from age. Shows two areas of surface pitting to each side of the end of the blade. No scabbard. A rare Canadian marked bayonet.
WW1 era Scottish Basket Hilt Sword. 32 inch nickle silver blade with 2 grooves to each side, with the etching being 13 1/2″ in length. Proof marked blade above the hilt. Blade is etched with a King’s Crown above cypher to one side of the blade, and King’s Crown above a shield to the other side. The blade is in excellent condition with 100% of the original finish remaining, with only very light scratching being visible to the end of the blade. The basket hilt also retains 100% of the original finish, with the inner material being original to the sword and in very good condition. The red material with blue border shows slight fraying to the edges, with 2 small moth nips being visible to the exterior of the material. The tassel also appears to be original to the sword, and also in excellent condition with no damage or fraying. The wire wrapped shark skin grips are very good on condition, showing only slight wear with no damage, and tight wire wrapping. The metal scabbard also retains 100% of the original finish being very bright and clean. All in excellent condition and being one of the best we have seen.