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13391 M1895 Infantry NCO bayonet with scabbard and frog. OEWG. Hooked quillon. Blade remains unsharpened but tip has been repointed. Scabbard is an Artillery carbine bayonet scabbard that was cut shorter for this bayonet and was left open with no tip added.
13871 M1895 KNIL ENGINEERS CARBINE bayonet with scabbard and frog. HEMBRUG ricasso mark and K.A.R. marked on both the pommel and crossguard. Contrary to the name this bayonet fits the full length M95 rifle and NOT the series of carbines. I do not have the specific carbine cited in the name to test fit but all the other Dutch carbines/bayonets are not interchangeable with the rifles/bayonets.
14025 M1895 No.1 NM Carbine bayonet with scabbard and frog. HEMBRUG
13149 No. 4 MkII spike bayonet with scabbard. Savage. Electro-pencilled N/|\Z marked with NZ serial number actually stamped in.
14319 Leather and Brass retaining tab for No4 scabbards in P37 frogs. Brass rivet buckle closure.
14638 New Zealand issued No.4 MkII bayonet with scabbard and frog. LONG BRANCH. Electro-pencilled N/|\Z marked with sn 27366 also electro-pencilled. Scabbard is a somewhat rare type with unmarked steel throatpiece and a visible welded seam running from top to bottom.
11866 M1916 bayonet with full length blade. Janzen originally identified it as "M1894/14" and corrected it in his end notes. Blade sharpened with some grinding marks.
12638 M1916 Long bayonet with scabbard. Janzen originally identified it as "M1894/14" and corrected it in his end notes. Unsharpened blade remains full length.
13341 M1884 Jarmann Cruciform bayonet. Serial number 9.
13592 M1944 Krag bayonet with scabbard. EXCELLENT PLUS CONDITION. Only 4,600 were made in Sweden for the Norwegian Government In Exile. Ricasso marked E.A.B. over sn 2910 and finial ball on the scabbard marked 154.
13771 M1916 bayonet with full length blade. Janzen originally identified it as "M1894/14" and corrected it in his end notes. Blade sharpened but not ground at all.
13784 M1894/12 LONG LEATHER scabbard and frog only. Estimated production was only 3,000 for the original long M1894 bayonet with fullers running the full length of the blade. Will also fit on the M1916 bayonet. Low serial number is 865. Has a tear near the tip but the leather is not separating at all. Stitching remains tight and leather is still supple.
14014 M1916 bayonet with scabbard. FULL LENGTH. Janzen originally identified it as "M1894/14" and corrected it in his end notes. Blade partially sharpened near the tip but not ground.
14151 M1916 bayonet with scabbard. FULL LENGTH blade. Janzen originally identified it as "M1894/14" and corrected it in his end notes.
ORANGE FREE STATE (see also TRANSVAAL)
13953 G3 bayonet with cast crossguard. POF70
14727 G3 bayonet with scabbard. POF70 Forged or machine cut crossguard and almost never seen steel scabbard.
14230 T65 bayonet with scabbard and integral frog WITH leg tie. For M16 rifle. Very much like US M7 bayonet but with a longer and more narrow blade.
14554 T65 bayonet with scabbard and integral frog. For M16 rifle. Very much like US M7 bayonet but with a longer and more narrow blade.
PAPAL STATES (VATICAN)
12344 M1868 Rolling Block Cruciform socket bayonet for Militia (also noted as Gendarmarie). Overall length is 598mm. Blade length is 525mm. Socket length is 67mm. . Bore diameter of socket is 18.5mm which is what differentiates this example from the near identical Cuban contract version. Blade width is 14.75mm at the base. The blade "height" thickness is 20.85mm at the base. The shank measures 25mm from bore to blade. Z-mortise slot is configured so blade will be situated below the barrel when mounted.
14344 Argentine M1891 bayonet with scabbard with blade SHORTENED to 233mm. Scabbard shortened correspondingly and painted white. Made by WKC. Argentine Crest remains intact. SN 0147 has been added to the crossguard and butt of the pommel. Blade remains unsharpened. Peruvian identification is speculative but generally accepted. I can be persuaded either way but the white painted scabbard on this on is something I've also seen on Peruvian conversions of the M1891 bayonet to fit the US M1 Carbine so that helps the Peruvian argument in my book.
14435 Peruvian M1935 bayonet. FN made bayonet usually misidentified as a Czech product due to the shape of the blade emulating the VZ24 but downturned and having exposed crossguard pins. Grips are fastened with slotless scewbolts in split nuts. Minore pitting on hilt. Hairline crack in right grip running between the grip screws. Blade remains unsharpened.
14630 Argentine M1891 bayonet with scabbard with blade SHORTENED to 233mm. Made by WKC. Argentine Crest remains intact. SN 0244 has been added to the crossguard and butt of the pommel. Blade remains unsharpened. Peruvian identification is speculative but generally accepted.
14631 M1909 Quillback bayonet. P.D. LUNESCHLOSS SOLINGEN SEE LISTING IN THE UNIDENTIFIED SECTION AT THE END OF THE LAST PAGE OF BAYONETS
12762 WZ28 bayonet with scabbard. FB RADOM. See listing under SPAIN
13908 WZ28 bayonet with scabbard. FB RADOM 1939 EMERGENCY PRODUCTION. No flashguard. German captured and blued (The original Polish finish was phosphate), forward half of blade was arsenal sharpened before the bayonet was blued. The scabbard is also blued and has the German throatscrew modification. Otherwise the bayonet has not been tampered with and the muzzle ring remains intact. Hilt and scabbard have a few specks of rust, pitts and dings here and there but overall condition is solidly GOOD. I believe the German nomenclature for this is S28p.
14424 Polish frog. Most of the stitching in the belt loop is popped, the retaining strap is broken off and missing all but the 20mm or so that is riveted to the edge seam. Buckle end of the strap is intact.
14759 WZ98 bayonet. Former German S98/05nA bayonet with smooth Polish grips installed, quillon bent down a bit and "WZ98" added to the ricasso as well a Polish Boxed P mark on the tip of the quillon. The Poles also sharpened the blade and added "707" to the left side of the crossguard and "3" to the right ricasso. The original German markings are GOTTLIEB HAMMESFAHR over a pyramid over SOLINGEN, FOCHE on the left ricasso and a crown over ERFURT on the right ricasso. The spine is marked W15 with unreadable Fraktur inspectors' marks. Grips screws remain unslotted and the finsih remains in the white. Staining to steel is visible in the pictures. The dark area on the tip of the blade is actually pitted but there is no other pitting on the bayonet.
13015 M1937 bayonet with scabbard. Unsharpened blade.
13016 M1937 bayonet. Unsharpened blade.
13358 M1904 Mauser-Verguero bayonet. VCS (VC SCHILLING) ricasso mark. Unsharpened blade. Remains finished bright with rivet retained grips and not rehabbed and blued like the vast majority are. Rare maker and even more rare to find in original finish and configuration.
13569 M1937 bayonet. Unsharpened blade.
13734 PM35 bayonet with scabbard SIMSON & CO. SUHL.
13874 PM35 bayonet with scabbard SIMSON & CO. SUHL
14215 PM35 bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & CO. SUHL
14335 M1904 bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & Co. SUHL. NOT REHABBED. Original bright finish with serial number on crossguard instead of the pommel. Grips retained with original domed rivets in washer. Scabbard dented and painted black. Blade sharpened. Grips badly worn with significant wood loss.
14527 M1904 bayonet. SIMSON & Co. SUHL. WWII rehab. Blued and grips retained with screws. Blade remains unsharpened.
14740 M1904 bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & Co. SUHL. WWII rehab. Blued and grips retained with screws. Blade remains unsharpened.
14741 M1904 bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & Co. SUHL. WWII rehab. Blued and grips retained with screws. Blade remains unsharpened.
12101 M1893 bayonet with scabbard OEWG. PLATED but most of the plating has flaked off and exposed areas of hilt are rusty with moderate pitting. Blade sharpened at the tip but not all the way. Has a "crossed pennants" stamp on the side of the pommel and the Romanian Phoenix on the other side. I've only seen one other marked this way before.
12523 VZ24 bayonet with scabbard and frog. "945" ricasso marking and Romanian CM on tang as well as Romanian pommel markings.
13227 M1893 bayonet. OEWG. Pitted pommel and crossguard. Blade ground.
14043 M1893 bayonet with scabbard and frog. Frog may or may not be correct, I have no idea. Blade slightly warped to the right but scabbard insertion is not affected. Blade has been sharpened and there are some light grinding striations as well as some pitting in the fullers.
14693 VZ24 bayonet with scabbard. Circled Z export mark on ricasso. CM on tang.
14733 Romanian contract VZ 24 bayonet. Circle Z ricasso mark and CM tang mark.
RUSSIA and SOVIET UNION
11913 Ob. 91/28 PANSHIN cruciform socket bayonet. Sight hood and screw removed but mount remains intact. Rusted and has significant pitting but still serviceable.
12756 Ob. 91/28 PANSHIN cruciform socket bayonet with integral sight hood. TULA star. Sight hood is loose due to being cracked through the mounting screw hole but it is not in danger of falling off or cracking/spreading more.
13478 Ob. 1891 cruciform socket bayonet. Socket battered up and has been bubba fitted. Locking ring very loose and sloppy. Bayonet mounts and dismounts easily as a result. Blade has a slight bend to the left near the socket but it would not show up in the pictures. Tip has a ding or chip in it. Elbow of socket also has a burr.
13998 M1891 Mosin-Nagant Cruciform Socket bayonet. US ISSUE with Ordnance Bomb (See listing under USA)
14220 M1869 Berdan I triform socket bayonet.
14337 SVT40 bayonet with scabbard and frog. Blade sharpened.
14363 SVT40 bayonet with scabbard and frog. Scabbard is later flat tipped type. Bayonet itself has never been refinished and the blade retains its original bright luster.
14412 SVT40 bayonet with scabbard and frog. UPTURNED BLADE. Post WWII arsenal blued with electro pencilled SN on the crossguard. Original first pattern scabbard with ball tip and web belt loop.
SERBIA (See also YUGOSLAVIA)
12699 M1899 bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & CO. SUHL Original version with single edged fullered blade. These are sometimes misidentified as a variant of the Spanish M1893 bayonet. Blade sharpened but not ground. Both grips have several gouges. Back side of pommel nicked up. Mild pitting on pommel and scabbard.
13254 Turkish reissued Serbian M1899 bayonet with scabbard. See listing under Turkey.
14008 M1899C (M1915) double edged bayonet with matching scabbard. (See listing under Yugoslavia)
14066 M1899C (M1915) double edged bayonet. Plumb ricasso marking scrubbed but otherwise unaltered with exposed crossguard pins and domed grip rivets in washers. Blade shows no signs of post-factory sharpening.
14096 M1899C (M1915) double edged bayonet. PLUMB 1916
14097 M1899C (M1915) double edged bayonet with scabbard. PLUMB 1915 with correct flat tipped scabbard. Frogstud is missing.
14206 M1899C (M1915) Double edged bayonet. Maker mark removed from ricasso and bayonet blued. Grips retained with domed rivets and crossguard retaining pins extend in the Austro/Czech fashion.
14250 M1899 bayonet. SIMSON & CO. SUHL This is the single edged fullered blade type that is often mistaken for a Spanish M1893 bayonet. Blade remains completely unsharpened. Hilt pitted but serviceable.
14310 Serbian issued M1895 bayonet with scabbard. WKC. "C" spine mark.
14403 M1899 bayonet with scabbard OEWG. This is the single edged fullered blade type that is often mistaken for a Spanish M1893 bayonet. Scabbard was pitted and has been painted black over it. Entire bayonet shows signs of have been rusted with medium pitting to the blade and lighter pitting to the hilt. The rust was completely removed and and the pitting mostly buffed off leaving the edge of the blade out of it's original profile. I am 95% certain the grips are replacements but whoever made them did a fine job and used the correct type of retaining rivets that appear very professionally installed. Not a bad restoration job but restored nonetheless.
14557 Bulgarian re-issued Serbian M1880 Mauser-Milanovic bayonet with fascinating conversion scabbard. SEE LISTING UNDER BULGARIA
14707 Turkish reissued Serbian M1899 bayonet with scabbard. See listing
13263 M1920 "Pussycat" bayonet with scabbard. Former British P1907 sold to Siam and marked with the Tiger's head on the ricasso with a Siamese serial number. Round button scabbard has not been converted to all steel as most were. The leather bears no readable markings. There is a sewn repair in the scabbard leather near the tip. The grips are badly worn with substantial wood loss. Blade sharpened but not ground.
13339 M1907? Double edged bayonet with scabbard for GEW1888 Commission Rifle. See listing under CHINA
13630 Siamese T30 bayonet with scabbard. Bayonet seems to be a reworked Japanese piece as opposed to the Siamese produced version but there is no evidence of a Japanese arsenal mark having ever been on the ricasso and no indication that one has been removed. The blued blade is completely unsharpened like the Japanese produced Mexican contract bayonets and I believe this is one that was not delivered to Mexico and subsequently sold to Siam. Siamese SN on the butt of the pommel and what may be a very faint small Charka on the left ricasso. Scabbard is the Siamese model with no loop in the throat retaining band and a German style frogstud on the front of the scabbard. The grips are definitely replaced and are fastened with simple pins. The new grips are of the same wood found on regripped T45 bayonets and appear to be mass produced as opposed to hand made.
14045 T51 bayonet with scabbard. T30 style hilt with M1 style blade. Grips retained with German style slotless screwbolts in spanner nuts. Blade remains unsharpened. Dents in scabbard. Gouges in left grip. Cracks in right grip but grip remains tight and solid. For T47 Short Rifle so I suspect the T51 nomenclature is not correct.
14239 T51 bayonet with scabbard. For T47 short rifle. T30 style hilt with M1 style blade. Grips retained with Japanese style screws in elyptical escutcheons. Blade remains unsharpened. For T47 Short Rifle so I suspect the T51 nomenclature is not correct.
14240 T51 bayonet with scabbard. T30 style hilt with M1 style blade. Grips retained with German style slotless screwbolts in spanner nuts. Blade remains unsharpened. For T47 Short Rifle so I suspect the T51 nomenclature is not correct.
14397 M1888 double edged bayonet with scabbard for the Mauser GEW71, GEW71/84 and GEW1888 Commission rifle. The Charka remains intact on the right side of the crossguard but any other marking were polished away. Bubba really did a number on this one by polishing the daylights out of it then bluing it and making oak replacement grips held by crude rivets in washers. The blade is canted 3 degrees to the left. The scabbard is a complete abortion as well. If you don't have one of these it would only be a starter piece or would be good for someone with the rifle that wants a bayonet without breaking the bank.
14635 SLOVAK VZ24 bayonet with scabbard. CSZ P Mountains and double cross on tang and frogstud.
14732 SLOVAK VZ24 scabbard ONLY. Mountains and double cross on frogstud.
13719 P1907 bayonet with almond stud scabbard. SANDERSON 3/18? South African "Broad Arrow inside letter U" on the left side of the pommel. Front of scabbard throatpiece lip marked "X27"
12063 Spanish M1943/Argentine M1909 bayonet lug adapters.
$7 each or 3 for $20
I have a scant few of these with the original locking pin $10 each
12498 M1941 Bolo bayonet with scabbard AND FROG. FN TOLEDO.
12573 M1941 Bolo bayonet with MATCHING scabbard and rare PLASTIC grips. FN TOLEDO
12762 Spanish reissued Polish WZ28 bayonet with Blank German made S84/98 scabbard. FB RADOM. Spain regripped these after removing the flashguards. They arsenal buffed the entire bayonet and scabbard and heavily blued the scabbard. Blade remains unsharpened. The scabbard is completely devoid of any markings. The Spanish also added a leather washer at the base of the blade.
12971 M1893 straightback bayonet. ARTILLERIA FCA DE TOLEDO 1899. Unsharpened blade and grip retained with original smooth rivets. Very good condition.
13079 M1892/93 Humpback bayonet with scabbard. Ricasso marked "ARTILLERIA 1899" denoting this is one of the actual bayonets repatriated from Cuba after the Spanish American War. This model was never produced in Spain and the markings were added during arsenal rehab of the repatriated bayonets. All markings are faint but readable. Well worn and showing its age but not a relic by any means. Blade sharpened.
13525 M1983 Straightback bayonet. VERY EARLY with ricasso marked ARTILLERIA FCA DE TOLEDO 1894. Original grips retained by flush rivets intact. Rough condition with worn and chipped grips, blade sharpened but not ground and has a couple of pitted spots.
13878 M1892/93 Humpback bayonet with scabbard. ARTILLERIA FcA TOLEDO 1899 Spanish American War used bayonet from Cuba that was repatriated to Spain and re-arsenalled. The Toledo arsenal did not produce this model bayonet. Grips retained with screws in escutcheons. Blade remains unsharpened.
13879 Leather frog for a hunting plug bayonet. Fragile, cracking and in generally poor condition but not disintegrating.
13966 M1893 Straightback bayonet with scabbard. RARE WEYERSBERG KIRSCHBAUM & CO. SOLINGEN manufacturer ricasso marking. Has original domed rivet grip retainers and shows signs of stone sharpening having been done long ago. Grips have some rough spots shown in the pictures. Pommel has slight hammering with light mushrooming on the edges but function is not affected. This is only the second one of these I have seen in the past 40 years. I have spent the past 15 years searching for these intensely after the first one went missing in the mail.
14098 Spanish issued Czech VZ24 bayonet with scabbard. Bayonet has been typically buffed bright and the scabbard buffed then heavily blued. This is unmistakably a Spanish arsenal rework.
14611 M1892/93 Humpback bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & CO SUHL with unsharpened blade and all original grips retained with dome headed rivets. Very early piece with Spanish cross property mark on the crossguard and spine marking on the blade. Scabbard is correct early version with shaped mouthpiece that only allows the blade to be inserted in one direction. Body is the German style hard leather. Very few of these original bayonets are found today that have never been back through the Spanish arsenal system and reworked.
14616 M1892/93 Humpback bayonet with scabbard. SIMSON & CO SUHL with unsharpened blade and all original grips retained with dome headed rivets. Very early piece with Spanish cross property mark on the crossguard and spine marking on the blade. Scabbard is correct early version with shaped mouthpiece that only allows the blade to be inserted in one direction. Body is the German style hard leather. Very few of these original bayonets are found today that have never been back through the Spanish arsenal system and reworked.
14745 M1943 bayonet with scabbard. WITH MUZZLE RING. FN TOLEDO. These are misidentified in most books as an "M1936" bayonet which is not a real thing at all. Scabbard is not the exact correct one purpose made specifically for this bayonet but rather one made for one of Spain's other M1943 bayonet variants of which there are many. Blade fits perfectly.
14761 M1891 "Philippine" bayonet with scabbard. WKC made M1891 Argentine type bayonet with wooden grips for Spanish contract arms destined for their troops in the Philippines prior to the Spanish-American War. Blade remains unsharpened and in good condition. Expose hilt steel and scabbard are very rusty and have significant pitting.
12524 M1896 bayonet frog only.
12765 M1867/89 Cruciform Socket bayonet
13223 M1914 bayonet with scabbard.
13941 M1896 bayonet frog only.
14163 M1914 bayonet with scabbard.
14529 M1914 bayonet SCABBARD ONLY.
14563 M1914 bayonet with scabbard and frog.
12766 M1918 bayonet with scabbard and frog. WAFFENFABRIK NUEHAUSEN For K31 and M1911 carbine. Plated. SN 145168
12767 M1918 bayonet with scabbard. ELSENER SCHWYZ. Armorer's replacement bayonet with NO SERIAL NUMBER For K31 and M1911 carbine.
12769 M1918 bayonet with scabbard ELSENER SCHWYZ VICTORIA. Armorer's replacement bayonet with NO SERIAL NUMBER For K31 and M1911 carbine. UNISSUED
13130 M1918 bayonet with scabbard WAFFENFABRIK NEUHAUSEN
13541 M1918 double edged bayonet with scabbard ELSENER SCHWYZ VICTORIA. Armorer's replacement bayonet with NO SN. Unissued condition. For K31 and M1911 carbine.
13542 M1918 double edged bayonet with scabbard ELSENER SCHWYZ VICTORIA. Armorer's replacement bayonet with NO SN. Unissued condition. For K31 and M1911 carbine.
13821 STG 57 leather frog. M.DARBELLAY FULLY 68
13822 STG 57 leather frog. P.ULLI 88 ALLMENDINGEN
13988 M1878 Vetterli sawback bayonet with scabbard. SJC NUEHAUSEN. 4 rivet grip retention. Sawback blade has the original factory edge and no subsequent sharpening.
14001 M1914 Sawback pioneer bayonet with early brown leather scabbard. WAFFENFABRIK NEUHAUSEN. Hilt and rear 1/3 of the blade are plated and the hilt plating is beginning to bubble and flake. Early brown leather scabbard is solid and the steel fittings remain tight. Leather has numerous scuffs, back stitching is tight and the leather frog retaining strap is intact.
14036 M1889/96 bayonet with scabbard. Large Steel Rivet in fuller. NEUHAUSEN S.I.G. ricasso marking. sn 34034 on crossguard. Leather tab on scabbard remains intact.
14037 Brown leather M1889 bayonet FROG ONLY converted to PE57 frog. Original buckle and tab were removed and the later style flip tab with aluminum button were added. Dated 1950 but the rest of the markings are too faint to read.
14372 M1906 sawback bayonet with scabbard and frog. Rare bayonet made with a recycled Vetterli sawback blade marked SJG NUEHAUSEN with new hilt for the Schmidt-Rubin series of rifles. This one has the small MRID for use with K11 Carbines and K31 Short rifles but they may also be found with larger MRID for use with full length rifles. Scabbard is brown leather with bright steel fittings and is a later production type for these and M1914 bayonets as opposed to a recycled Vetterli scabbard. I can't make out the manufacturer's name or cantonal marks on the frog but it is clearly dated 1927. Hilt is plated. This was an authorized modification that could be done at the expense of the individual soldier so he could avoid having to constantly polish the hilt for inspection.