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15055 M5A1 bayonet with scabbard. EICKHORN HAITIAN CONTRACT. Hilt and scabbard throat have rusty and pitted areas. Blade is OK. Oddly the frog on the scabbard is a US military frog as opposed to the German made type.
15056 M5A1 bayonet with scabbard. EICKHORN HAITIAN CONTRACT
15119 M5A1 bayonet with scabbard. EICKHORN HAITIAN CONTRACT
15121 M6 bayonet with scabbard for M14 rifle. EICKHORN HAITIAN CONTRACT Blade marked 1223-FAD'H
HUNGARY (ALSO SEE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE)
14355 RG1886 bayonet with scabbard. FGGY on ricasso with Hungarian crest on the other side of the ricasso. Genuine RG1886 with 17.5mm MRID.
14960 M1935 Cavalry bayonet with scabbard and frog. There are some hairline cracks in the grip that I can't get any useful pictures of. The grip itself remains tight and solid.
15127 M1935 Cavalry bayonet with scabbard. Hairline cracks in wooden grip but it remains tight and solid.
INDIA (ALSO SEE GREAT BRITAIN and NEPAL)
14433 P1907 bayonet SCABBARD ONLY. Indian made full length for the uncut early WWII RFI made P1907 bayonets. Roughed out black leather body is marked JBB 1942 and the Round stud top fitting is marked "EB" in a circle on its face. There is a small cut in the edge of the body 1/3 of the way down from the throat that is visible in the pics. The internal throatpiece is retained by being staked in like the more common M/44 marked examples. Note this is NOT an M/44 marked scabbard.
14906 MkIII* bayonet with scabbard. RFI 8/45. Nomenclature on ricasso is actually MkIII (Purpose stamped, not updated) but lacks the *
14907 MkIII* bayonet with scabbard. RFI 5/44. Nomenclature on ricasso is actually MkII and was never updated.
15015 P1907 bayonet with scabbard. RFI 9/40. Blade has the earlier bead blasted finish with blued hilt. Bayonet has a mild peppering of rust specks scattered about with a few pitts here and there. Scabbard is a re-used WWI example with almond frogstud dated 1916. The fittings were pained green. The tip of the scabbard is badly damaged. (see picture).
15116 MkII bayonet. RFI 8/41 NO FALSE EDGE
15176 P1903 bayonet. WILKINSON LONDON 8/00 on ricasso so this was a former P88 bayonet converted to a P1903. Right ricasso has the Indian IS over 21 marks with characteristically blockish bending proof. Well worn bayonet was heavily blued by the Indians.
15329 MkIII* bayonet. RFI 2/44 Typical mismarked as MkII with a crude star
added later after the false edge was added.
15330 MkIII* bayonet. JU 3/44 Mismarked as MkII. I don't know how typical that
is for the JU manufacturer. This is actaully the first JU made MkIII* bayonet I
have ever seen
15384 L3A3 long blade bayonet. RFI 68
14825 SP-2&3 bayonet with scabbard and frog. 3 screw hilt with checkered composite black grips. Rare long hilted version of the SP-1 bayonet for the Indonesian made copy of the BM59 rifle. The SP-2 and SP-3 had different muzzle brakes grenade launchers that required the longer hilt. The leather frog is marked on the front with an Indonesian star above "AD".
15403 Indonesian modified Japanese T30 bayonet with scabbard for M1 Garand. Rare Nagoya Triangle blade is a bonus. This bayonet came from Jerry Janzen's collection and is the actual bayonet shown in Larry Johnson's book "Japanese Bayonets" on page 100. The ID# is JB-230 and you can clearly see the distinct rack number "24" painted on the grip in the picture along with Larry's credit to Jerry Janzen's collection. I got the bayonet directly from Larry Johnson and have preserved his tag on it along with Jerry Janzen's original inventory label on the scabbard. A great collectable bayonet with actual provenance to the two famous collectors who have owned it. As an aside- I have had other examples in the past that did NOT for the M1 rifle so there is more to learn about these. This one does fit the M1.
IRAN (See also PERSIA)
15282 Iranian G3 bayonet. Pakistani style hilt with a 230mm double edged
blade. Blade remains unsharpened and has a few mildly pitted spots. There is
also a ding in the bottom edge near the tip which should be visible in the pics.
It looks like the bayonet was hit against a steel pipe.
IRELAND (SEE ALSO EIRE)
14415 M1871/84 bayonet STEYR OEWG with sn 8??7 on right side of crossguard. SEE LISTING UNDER AUSTRIA
14810 UZI bayonet with scabbard. Plastic scabbard, steel grips.
15464 Israeli issued FN1924 long bayonet with scabbard. Blade is roughly
sharpened but not ground up. The scabbard has a scraped area on the left side of
it's edge near the tip. Pommel has a nice clear Israeli "zahal" in a circle
12702 M1938 fixed folding bayonet with belt loop scabbard.
13787 M1938 FIXED BLADE bayonet with scabbard. Purpose made as a fixed blade, not a conversion. FRANCHI marked on the backstrap. Scabbard is belt loop type that had the alloy throat but the exposed part of the throat is broken off and missing.
13984 M1938 folding bayonet with belt loop scabbard. 2nd model bayonet. Pot metal throat scabbard. Blade is crusty looking with some rust and pitts and almost no finish left. Scabbard and hilt are in much better condition so I believe the blade was swapped out with another bayonet at some point.
14048 M1891/97 TS bayonet with brass bound leather scabbard and green leather frog. No visible maker mark. Ricasso and tip of blade are pitted.
14345 M1891 or M1938 Moschetto folding triform spike bayonet. Marked PS at the base. Completely brown from old rust but not pitted.
14362 M1870 Vetterli bayonet with rare 1st pattern scabbard. Uncut full length bayonet has long spring and stablizer notch. Scabbard has original square tip and oval frogstud. Leather is cracking at the tip but the tip remains attached and is not overly fragile. (see pics) Blade was sharpened long ago and there is a picture of the worst of it below.
14373 M1891 or M1938 Moschetto folding triform spike bayonet. Comes with part of the original mount that was cut off of the barrel and has a home made locking catch assembly.
14387 SCABBARD ONLY for Italian made No.1 MkIII Enfield bayonet. The bayonets were made Post WWII using M1891 bayonet blades with a different pommel and crossguard to fit the British No.1 Enfield. The scabbard has a black leather body like the British P1907 scabbard using an identical steel tip to the British scabbard but made in the appropriate length for the M1891 blade and using a steel throatpiece patterned from the Italian M1891 scabbard throat. The scabbard was newly purpose made in Italy and the throat fitting is marked with Italian markings.
14427 M1938 bayonet Belt Loop scabbard only with pot metal throatpiece. Throatpiece is chipped. No finish left on scabbard.
14505 M1870 Vetterli Moschetto reversing cruciform socket bayonet. Missing locking ring.
14871 M1870 Vetterli Full Length bayonet with rare first pattern scabbard. "REGULATION TYPE" bayonet with long spring and stablizer notch in the muzzle ring. The early scabbard has a completely different tip and frogstud that the more common later type that the Carcano scabbard was based on.
14974 Italian produced M4 bayonet with scabbard. SMOOTH WOODEN GRIPS. AET 1955. Very early production run of the Italian M4 bayonet that we are more familiar with having plastic grips. The scabbard is the steel bound green leather Italian model based on earlier Italian scabbards for the Carcano and Vetterli bayonets. Most of these were reworked with plastic grips and the scabbards were replaced with an Italian made copy of the US M8 scabbard.
14993 M1938 FIXED BLADE bayonet with scabbard. Purpose made as a fixed blade, not a conversion. L.FRANCHI marked on the backstrap. Scabbard is the frogstud type with steel throatpiece. Blade remains unsharpened.
15027 M4 bayonet with scabbard and integral frog. AET 1957. Arsenal rework retrofitted with later plastic grips retained with screws in split nuts. The scabbard is the later Italian copy of a US M8 scabbard.
15045 M1891 or M1938 Moschetto folding triform spike bayonet. Entire bayonet has been polished bright.
15048 M1891 or M1938 Moschetto folding triform spike bayonet. Marked PS next to "AG" in a box on it's base. Original plumb bluing is 90% intact.
15076 M1938 folding bayonet with belt loop scabbard. 2nd model bayonet with unsharpened blade. Scabbard has the steel throatpiece as opposed to pot metal.
15128 M1844 Piedmont bayonet. Has some badly pitted spots on the blade shown in close up pics.
15168 M1938 belt loop scabbard only. Steel throatpiece.
15206 Sciabola Baionetta Modello 1870-87-91-15 with brass bound leather scabbard and brown colonial frog. This is the M1891 bayonet made with a different crossguard and pommel for use on the M1870/87/15 Vetterli-Carcano rifle during WWI. Poor condition with lots of pitting.
15357 M1891 bayonet with scabbard and frog. No maker marks at all. Has 4UT
control mark on the backstrap opf the tang. Late rounded fuller blade deeply
blued. There are a few small flaws in the bluing on the right side of the blade,
otherwise the bayonet it is excellent condition. Brass bound leather scabbard
shows honest wear but remains solid and serviceable. It was produced by A.R.E.T.
in 1931 and is so marked. Green leather frog has wear consistent with the
15378 M1938 Carcano folding bayonet with belt loop scabbard. RARE 3RD MODEL. If you are not familiar with this rare variation please see the article I have posted here https://ebayonet.com/ARTICLES/M38C/M1938Carcano.htm
12123 T18 Murata bayonet scabbard throatpiece fitting only. Complete with all pins, springs and faceplate. Mostly dark with rust staining and there is pitting on the frogstud. If you have the scabbard leather and tip here is your chance to complete it.
12627 T99 Naval Special Rifle bayonet with scabbard. Scabbard is steel and looks like it's actually a trainer scabbard that was added to this bayonet. It's dented up and has been improperly painted black but is serviceable.
13193 T30 training bayonet with scabbard. ROCKING STAR Variation T-F, LBT-216
13251 T99 Naval Special Rifle bayonet.
13599 T99 Naval Special Rifle bayonet with rubberized scabbard with integral frog. Scabbard and frog are typically hardened and crazed with a bit of the coating flaked off of the frog where the belt loops bend but otherwise this is a nice solid set with the bayonet itself being in overall VERY GOOD condition.
13630 Mexican Contract T30 bayonet with scabbard. Siamese issue. SEE LISTING UNDER SIAM
14145 T44 Cavalry carbine folding spike bayonet First Model (complete assembly except for the 2 mounting screws)
14146 T44 Cavalry carbine folding spike bayonet First Model (complete assembly except for the 2 mounting screws) Has a few spots of rust on blade.
14410 PROTOTYPE/TRIALS T30 bayonet with scabbard. LB-71 with no maker mark on the ricasso. Has serial number 6030 on the right side of the crossguard and an M on the butt of the pommel.
14623 T30 bayonet with scabbard. Rare NAGOYA TRIANGLE maker mark. Variation A hilt with bright blade.
14625 Chinese reworked T30 bayonet. Flat sided hilt with hooked quillon made by Kokura-Hourglass with wraparound contoured grips installed by the Chinese using screws in elyptical escutcheons for grip fasteners. SEE LISTING UNDER CHINA
14718 7/8ths Child's trainer bayonet with scabbard. LB-206 with squared pommel base. Blade sharpened and has sharpening striations all over. Scabbard is missing the ball tip. Butt of pommel has been "fitted" to a rifle at some point (see pics). Crossguard is a thinner variant not catalogued in LaBar
14851 T44 Cavalry carbine folding pike bayonet with mount. 1st Model.
14963 T30 bayonet with scabbard. Rare NAGOYA TRIANGLE maker mark. Variation A hilt with bright blade. Hilt and scabbard are rusted with pitting. There is a large chip in the right grip. The blade has some minor stains but is in good condition otherwise.
15061 7/8 Child's Training bayonet with scabbard. LB-206 THICK crossguard.
15270 T22 Murata bayonet with scabbard. Nicks in blade and some rust on hilt
and scabbard. Mum intact.
15290 Last Ditch T30 bayonet with wood scabbard and RECTANGULAR CROSSGUARD.
TALW. Grips have a few dings, tip of blade has some pitting (pictured).
Scabbard has one short hairline crack near the throatpiece (pictured) otherwise
in good condition.
15403 T30 bayonet with scabbard. Indonesian Crossguard conversion for M1 Garand.. Nagoya Triangle. SEE LISTING UNDER INDONESIA
15467 Japanese T30 bayonet with scabbard converted to M1935 by Turkey. SEE LISTING UNDER TURKEY
JORDAN (see also TRANSJORDAN)
KOREA, NORTH (Communist)
KOREA (ROK) SOUTH
15296 M24L bayonet with scabbard. FN made copy of the long Czech VZ23 bayonet but the scabbard differs from the Czech style being closer to the FN1924 with a different throat arrangement more like an Imperial German S84/98 or Polish WZ24 scabbard. GOOD CONDITION with unsharpened blade and marked with the Lithuanian "gate" stamp on the finial ball of the scabbard. The scabbard is slightly warped (pictured) but function is not affected. The bayonet inserts and withdraws completely and smoothly. Very rare bayonet. Only 30,000 made. They were captured by the Soviets when they annexed the Baltic Republics then the Germans captured them from the Soviets and reissued many in WWII but they often cut the muzzle rings off. Very few are left at all much less with the ring intact.
MANCHUKUO (Japanese puppet state in occupied Manchuria 1932-1945)
15349 Mukden Mauser bayonet with scabbard. Several references call this a T13. Well marked and in very good condition. Blade remains unsharpened.
15372 T13 Mukden Mauser bayonet SCABBARD ONLY. Has rust and medium pitting on 2/3 where it was not protected by the frog. Otherwise it is completely serviceable and free of dents or other damage.
15450 Mukden Mauser bayonet. Super rare bayonet TRAJICALLY BUBBAFIED by
sharpening the blade (at least it's not ground) and filling in the mortise slot
and catch aperture in the pommel. Grips are also Bubba's work. At least the
unique crossguard remains intact. For someone with the necessary shop skills
this can be restored if you are willing to sacrifice a Brazilian M1908 bayonet.
The M1908 is identical in every way except the crossguard. The pommel and grips
can be exchanged to bring this rare bayonet back to its original configuration.
Yes, it would still be a restoration but you wouldn't have $500 or more wrapped
up in it either;-)
13155 M1910 bayonet PARTIALLY CONVERTED TO FAL. These pop up from time to time with the original muzzle ring removed and a cupped replacement welded on. The catch is removed from the pommel. The conversion was not completed by completely changing the catch mechanism, adding a rear muzzle ring and shortening the blade. The original grips are usually gone as is the case here but Bubba has added some home made grips to this one.
13630 Mexican Contract T30 bayonet with scabbard. Siamese issue. SEE LISTING UNDER SIAM
13894 M1912 Austrian export bayonet with scabbard. RM on left ricasso. OEWG on right ricasso. Grips are retained with German style unslotted screwbolts with split nuts. SN 14813 stamped in the butt of the pommel. Blade remains unsharpened and scabbard bears no markings.
14017 M1912 bayonet with scabbard. SWISS CONTRACT and marked with Swiss rifle over N on ricasso and another unusual marking on the other side. Mexican ID is SPECULATIVE and I base it on the model being known in Mexican use as well as Swiss maker having had contracts with Mexico for the Mondragon bayonets.
14388 M1910 bayonet with scabbard. Odd variation with uniquely Mexican grip fasteners and slightly different scabbard. Poor condition and missing the locking catch. Blade has grinding and nocks. Hilt and scabbard brown with surface rust but not pitted except on the left side of the crossguard. Crossguard marked "REPUBLICA MEXICANA" and finial ball of scabbard marked "RM" in a box. There is a small "R" in a box on the spine of the blade. I can find no indicator of who produced this bayonet.
14421 M1910 bayonet with scabbard. Circled Z maker mark. Unsharpened Blade. SNs on pommel and frogstud do not match.
15008 M1936 bayonet with MATCHING scabbard. Circle Z ricasso mark is weak but present. Blade remains unsharpened and bluing is 99% intact.
15473 Mexican FAL conversion bayonet from M1910 bayonet. Mexico made a few of
these to fit FAL Type C (apple correr bayonet) rifles but ended up generating a
ton of scrap pieces (You'll find some listed above as "partial" conversions that
were rejected and scrapped along the way for various reasons.) This is one of
only 2 that I have ever seen that were completed into functioning FAL bayonets.
The righ grip has a big chip out of it's backstrap edge, otherwise it's just
plain crude but functional.
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