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Czech Model 58 Bayonet ( For The V58 Assault Rifle )
This is the bayonet for use on the 7.62 mm. Czech VZ-58 assault rifle (7.62 mm samopal vzor 58).
The VZ–58 is a variation of the Kalashnikov AK47. The VZ–58 remains in use by the Czech Army, including combat forces deployed to Afghanistan.
Code: 50291Price: 40.00 GBP
US M5A1 Bayonet & Scabbard
This is one example of the M5 Garand bayonet family this being the M5-A1 manufactured by the US in the 1960s'
With good undamaged black plastic checquered grips it is marked 'USM5A1' & 'MILPAR COL' to the underside of the crossguard . An issued bayonet with sharpened edges it comes in its original scabbard marked 'USM8A1 PWH' .
WW2 British No.4 Spike Bayonet
In clean condition & maker marked for the firm Crown Corporation Small Arms Ltd, LongBranch ,Ontario, Canada.
Code: 50283Price: 25.00 GBP
WW2 German Army Officers Dagger , Hanger & Knot
A recently surfaced German officers dagger complete with its original hanger & knot as brought back from WW2.
A nice untouched example it has an undamaged orange celluloid grip with much of the original crisp detailing remaining to metal parts. I have left this as uncleaned so a nice silver patina remains overall. Scabbard is good with no dents. The name 'Abe' ( Former owner ) has been engraved to the rear of the crossguard. The non maker marked blade is clean & bright & in near perfect condition. The green velvet backed dagger hangers are well D.R.G.M marked with both dagger clips undamaged & in working order. Some fraying to underside where it has rubbed on the uniform during wear. The knot also has fraying & some heavy wear overall.
A good untouched example.
Code: 50276Price: 525.00 GBP
WW2 German Early War SA/NSKK Black Gripped Marine Dagger
A scarce example of an 'erased Rohm' early war marine SA/NSKK dagger with black grip & black painted scabbard.
I acquired this example recently with some other 'bringback' daggers & as such it remains totally as it came. The black grip retains much of its deep black staining with some wear & loss of the surface blackening in places. A couple of cracks can be seen upon close inspection. The nickel fittings of the top & lower crossguard are apparently nicotine stained however the Gau mark 'Mi' for Mitte, Nuremberg appears on the lower crossguard. The SA button & eagle/swastika are firmly mounted with looseness to any of the daggers fittings. Blade is maker marked to 'Gebruder Heller , Schmalkalden 'with the accepted anchor motif trademark. Rohm signature has been professionally removed from the blade with the 'Alles Fur Deutschland' inscription still crisp.
Scabbard retains a good proportion of its black paint with original leather hanger still present.
An interesting hard to come by dagger.
Code: 50279Price: 775.00 GBP
British No.36M Mills Bomb Hand Grenade A superb early No.36 British Mills bomb still with its original finish & traces of its original green painted band around middle ( Baratol filling ) & three red crosses to neck denoting it is suitable for a humid climate.
A recently discovered example this British hand grenade has 1918 date & J.P & S mark to screw plug . Maker & 1918 date also visible to lever.
Now very hard to find good untouched examples.
THIS ITEM IS INERT & CAN BE PROVED AS SUCH BY THE REMOVAL OF ALL COMPONENTS & VISUAL INSPECTION.
***** Uk Sales only ****
Code: 50269Price: 225.00 GBP
WW1 British '07 Pattern Hooked Quillon Bayonet 1909
A 1909 dated Wilkinson made '07 pattern hooked quillon bayonet with scarce Mk1 brown leather scabbard.
A very nice early example the ricasso has only one issue mark of '10 09' for October 1909. Most likely a souvenir kept piece those that stayed in service had their hooked quillons removed a few years after this date. Profusely inspection marked to opposite side ricasso the walnut grips are excellent with no unsightly bruising or dents to the wood. Blade is mostly bright & clean with some rubbed areas in places. Pommel catch in working order.
Scabbard is of the Mark one pattern , 1909 was their last year of issue & so this is totally correct for this bayonet. The broad arrow mark & initials 'AC' are visible for the firm 'Chapman , the date '09' for 1909 can also be seen.
With some light service use overall this is a true WW1 souvenir from the early battles of the British army such as Mons, Loos & Gallipoli.
Code: 50271Price: 695.00 GBP
WW2 German M24 Stick Grenade 1943
A very nice example of the now very rare WW2 German stick grenade.
Of the high explosive M24 model this piece has some green paint remaining to metal parts & has no woodworm to its 'gzo 1943 ' dated handle. The imprinted date of '43' can just about be discerned on the top of its HE head . The detonator housing has been removed to facilitate deactivation & thus this piece is totally inert & free from explosives as can be seen upon visual inspection.
Screw cap housing still present .
UK sales only.
Code: 50262Price: 425.00 GBP
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
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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