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  1. BA1622 Czech VZ58 bayonet

    Czech VZ58 bayonet
    Made for the Czech VZ58 assault rifle which is very similar to the AK47 action but a unique Czech design. Also a very unique and well made bayonet. Excellent condition. Interesting European Cold War collectable.
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    $75.00
  2. BA1599 Danish M/62 (M/1962) Garand bayonet

    Danish M/62 (M/1962) Garand bayonet
    This bayonet is a copy of the US M5A1 adopted by Denmark in 1962 and is known as the Danish M/1962 or just M/62. Very good condition. Scabbard is the M8 type woodgrain with clips on integral web frog to attach to Danish P37 style web belt, marked Crown over HTK on locket.
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    $195.00
  3. BA1361 Danish Model 1867 Yataghan bayonet Second Model

    Danish Model 1867 Yataghan bayonet Second Model
    Danish use on the Remington Rolling Block rifle. Second model bayonet German made by Alex Coppel, Solingen. Lovely Yataghan blade is 21 3/4 inches long, clean without dings or corrosion, only a few small speckles. Unit marked on crossguard with serial number on the opposite side. Grips are in very good condition. No scabbard. The second model has a coil spring, button activated locking lug.
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    $295.00
  4. BA1340 Dutch 1895 Mannlicher bayonet

    Dutch 1895 Mannlicher bayonet
    Dutch 1895, blade length is 13 7/8 inches. Inspector’s mark, Crown over L is for Wiersma, active throughout WWI. No scabbard.
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    $175.00
  5. BA579 Dutch M1895 Rifle Bayonet

    Dutch M1895 Rifle Bayonet
    Dutch Model 1895 bayonet shortened to a blade length of 250mm (9 7/8 inch). Scabbard shortened also. This may be a Seitengewehr 102 rifle bayonet shorted by order after Germany occupied The Netherlands in 1940. Specifications called for the blade and scabbard to be shortened to 280mm and called the M1895 rifle bayonet for the Mannlicher rifle. The Germans called it the Seitengewehr 102 (h). Although the blade length is not exactly 280mm it is carefully repointed and the scabbard shortened and modified to refit the bayonet.
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    $295.00
  6. BA1355 Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife 2nd Pattern Chromed

    Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife 2nd Pattern Chromed
    Uncommon 2nd pattern Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife. Brass knurled grip, chrome plated, with correct pommel nut. Crossguard is stamped steel and unmarked. Blade is drop forged, hand ground. Blade is 6 3/4 inches long. No etching on blade. Original leather scabbard. The steel chape is fastened to the leather scabbard body with a single rivet and is slightly loose. Very good condition original knife.
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    $695.00
  7. BA472 Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife, 2nd Pattern

    Fairbairn Sykes Commando Knife, 2nd Pattern
    Uncommon 2nd pattern Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife. Brass knurled grip with correct pommel nut. Crossguard is stamped steel with war time British broad arrow military acceptance mark. Blade is drop forged, hand ground. Blade has been sharpened to 6 1/8 inch length. The blade is loose in the grip mounting with some movement. Absolutely no etching remaining. No scabbard. Good example of an original working knife that has clearly been to war.
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    $495.00
  8. BA1276 Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife 3rd Pattern

    Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife 3rd Pattern
    Original WWII fighting knife, Third Pattern, ENGLAND marked on crossguard, no broad arrow. Domed brass pommel nut. Taper ground drop forged blade has original bluing and has been sharpened in service. Clearly used in the field as the tip has been broken off and reground so that overall blade length is 5 ½ inches. Scabbard chape is attached with brass staple and frog sewn on and reinforced with wire. Frog does not have elastic retaining strap.
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    $395.00
  9. BA1411 FN FAL Type C bayonet Made in Germany

    FN FAL Type C bayonet Made in Germany
    Socket bayonet for the FN-FAL selective fire rifles that uses the 22mm NATO spec. flash hider. This bayonet will not fit the FN G1 rifle. Manufactured by A.Eickhorn GmbH, Solingen (AES) after German re-unification, both bayonet and scabbard marked Solingen Germany. Scabbard body is plastic with unique web belt hanger and bayonet retaining strap.
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    $125.00
  10. BA1717 French Chassepot Model 1866 Bayonet Tulle 1872

    French Chassepot Model 1866 Bayonet Tulle 1872
    Original, very good condition with classic Yataghan blade and brass handle, steel crossguard with quillon. Maker marked on spine of bayonet Tulle Juillet (July) 1872. Very good condition blade with original steel scabbard in GOOD PLUS condition, some surface corrosion but no dents. Numbers on bayonet and scabbard do not match.
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    $295.00
  11. BA1106 French Chassepot Model 1866 bayonet, not French made

    French Chassepot Model 1866 bayonet, not French made
    Beautiful condition Yataghan blade bayonet, unmarked on the back spine, probably a contract copy of the Model 1866. Ricasso marked with CC in a circle of dots and what appears to be an “L” between. Very researchable. Comes with steel scabbard in VG condition. Number on scabbard does not match bayonet. Overall condition very good plus.
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    $295.00
  12. BA992 French Model 1842 Yataghan Sword Bayonet

    French Model 1842 Yataghan Sword Bayonet
    This heavy bladed yataghan sword bayonet was first developed as the French Model 1840 and is longer and heavier in the blade with the crosspiece made of steel instead of brass. The Model 1842 was replaced by the Model 1866, the common Chassepot Model 1866 bayonet, which itself is a beautiful yataghan bayonet with a lighter blade. This specimen has grip painted black. Steel crossguard with quillon and cock’s comb above muzzle ring. There is a cursive “E” on the crossguard. Another “E” and a number located inside the mounting mortise on the back of the hilt. Date 1854 is stamped on the ricasso but no other markings on the back of the blade or elsewhere. Good condition, double fullered yataghan blade shows grey patina. No scabbard. Some of these bayonets were used in the US Civil war.
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    $295.00
  13. BA1117 French Model 1842 Yataghan sword bayonet for Artillery Carbine

    French Model 1842 Yataghan sword bayonet for Artillery Carbine
    This heavy bladed yataghan sword bayonet was first developed as the French Model 1840 and is longer and heavier in the blade with the crosspiece made of steel instead of brass. The Model 1842 was replaced by the Model 1866, the common Chassepot Model 1866 bayonet, which itself is a beautiful yataghan bayonet with a lighter blade. This specimen is an original condition, very interesting 18th Century bayonet. Back of blade marked to Chatellerault arsenal, dated but year is not entirely legible. No scabbard.
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    $295.00
  14. BA1285 French Model 1842/59 Yataghan bayonet

    French Model 1842/59 Yataghan bayonet
    Yataghan sword bayonet for use with the .71 caliber M1829/46 Artillery Carbine and others. This bayonet developed from the French Model 1840 and has a longer, heavier blade and steel crossguard instead of brass. The Model 1842 was replaced by the more common Chassepot 1866 bayonet. The Model 1842 resembles a much heavier version of that bayonet. A refinement of the world's first yataghan sword bayonet, the M1840, the M1842 had a longer, heavier blade and replaced the M1840's brass crosspiece with steel. This model is the M1842/59 which uses an internal bayonet latch spring instead of the external leaf spring of the earlier versions. Original good condition, blade is very good with no nicks on edge. Scabbard is rusted with minor dents near the tip. Made at Chatellerault Armoury in 1856.
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    $395.00
  15. BA1178 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet
    Nice example of French Gras bayonet with scabbard. VG condition, no dents in scabbard. Blade is very good condition and marked St. Etienne manufacture 1882. The Gras was the last of the French sword type bayonets, being manufactured from 1874 until about 1885. It replaced the 1866 Chassepot bayonet and was replaced itself by the 1886 Lebel bayonet. The unique and well made “T” backed epee style blade was a departure from the previous Yataghan blades and was only suitable for thrusting.
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    $295.00
  16. BA196 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet
    Nice example of French Gras bayonet with scabbard. VG condition, no dents in scabbard. The number on the scabbard does not match the number on the crossguard of the bayonet. Blade is marked Tulle manufacture. Grip stamped BELGIUM, indicating it was probabaly an export bayonet. The Gras was the last of the French sword type bayonets, being manufactured from 1874 until about 1885. It replaced the 1866 Chassepot bayonet and was replaced itself by the 1886 Lebel bayonet. The unique and well made “T” backed epee style blade was a departure from the previous Yataghan blades and was only suitable for thrusting.
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    $295.00
  17. BA1474 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet
    St. Etienne 1875 marked. Blade VG. No dents in scabbard. The Gras was the last of the French sword type bayonets, being manufactured from 1874 until about 1885. It replaced the 1866 Chassepot bayonet and was replaced itself by the 1886 Lebel bayonet. The unique and well made “T” backed epee style blade was a departure from the previous Yataghan blades and was only suitable for thrusting.
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    $295.00
  18. BA1338 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet
    St. Etienne 1879 marked, Blade VG+ condition, no scabbard. The Gras was the last of the French sword type bayonets, being manufactured from 1874 until about 1885. It replaced the 1866 Chassepot bayonet and was replaced itself by the 1886 Lebel bayonet. The unique and well made “T” backed epee style blade was a departure from the previous Yataghan blades and was only suitable for thrusting.
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    $195.00
  19. BA1656 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet
    St. Etienne 1876 marked. Blade VG. No dents in scabbard. The Gras was the last of the French sword type bayonets, being manufactured from 1874 until about 1885. It replaced the 1866 Chassepot bayonet and was replaced itself by the 1886 Lebel bayonet. The unique and well made “T” backed epee style blade was a departure from the previous Yataghan blades and was only suitable for thrusting.
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    $295.00
  20. BA1527 French Model 1874 Gras bayonet Paris-Oudry

    French Model 1874 Gras bayonet Paris-Oudry
    Uncommon, perhaps even rare maker Paris-Oudry 1880. Unfortunately this specimen is in only GOOD condition with pitting evident on the crossguard and missing catch button and spring. Comes with scabbard in similar condition to the bayonet with some surface pitting.
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    $195.00

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