Antique French M1874 Gras bayonet, St Etienne 1879, a clean example with a brass pommel and sound wooden grips. T shaped polished steel blade , rare matching numbers on scabbard and hilt P 21287, approx 66 cm long
A World War I Greek Gras Rifle Bayonet 1874 Patern The Gras rifle, introduced in 1874, was a conversion of the Chassepot rifle in order to allow it to take a metallic cartridge. Introduced at the same time, the Gras bayonet was a departure from the design
A World War II German Mauser rifle Bayonet German K98 bayonet with Scabbard and Frog, bayonet fully waffen marked with Bakelite grips, not matching numbers on the blade and scabbard, comes with leather frog
A Serbian World War I Bayonet Bayonet for the M95 Rifle, there were two main variants of the bayonet; the first one was the standard bayonet, the second one was the NCO variant that featured a hooked quillon and a golden lanyard. The overall length was 360
A French World War I Gras Bayonet The Gras rifle, introduced in 1874, was a conversion of the Chassepot rifle in order to allow it to take a metallic cartridge. Introduced at the same time, the Gras bayonet was a departure from the design of the earlier Ch
A French World War I Lebel Bayonet France adopted the Lebel repeating rifle in 1886, an epee bayonet designed by Colonel Capdeveille being adopted for the rifle at the same time. The bayonet is an unusual design, for its epee spike (knife bayonets predomin
A World War I British Bayonet, 1907 pattern hooked quillion, for use with the Lee-Enfield rifle no 1 mk3 or 3*, better known as the SMLE. The stamped details on the ricasso show a date of '18 under the Royal Cypher, 1907 for the pattern, and Wilkinson as t
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