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British bayonets had a brass finial on the end of the pommel. In Britain, the No. Add correct London or Birmingham Proofs $40.00 We draw file off the Italian markings and serial number from the barrel and re-stamp the serial number out-of-sight. Ricasso: broad arrow proofmark and "1 00" and Enfield inspector and bending test proof marks. 4 Mk. The 3.625 in. This example would have been produced in the 1980s. The other ricasso marking may be an incomplete CHAVASSE. This orientation is generally associated with South African scabbards, however, this scabbard is not South African. Various reissue dates "02, 03, and 03" and inspector's stamps. The blade is single edged with a shallow fuller on both sides. These British and German made sword bayonets were made for the British Model 1853 Enfield Rifle and were carried by British volunteer units and also exported in quantities to both sides in the American Civil War. The No. The blade was originally, perhaps, an inch or two longer than it is today. Socket bayonet for use with a .65 caliber flintlock musket. The socket also bears a partial Broad Arrow acceptance mark. It is stamped ”30” on the mortise side of the socket, and ”G6” on the underside of the socket. This example has no … The SA80 rifles borrowed much of their mechanical design from the Armalite AR–18, which the Irish Republican Army had used very effectively against UK forces. 196,200 were produced, all by Joseph Lucas Ltd., Chester Street, Birmingham. The blade has a serrated edge and wire-cutter feature. This example is parkerized, with black paint over the parkerizing on the socket only. 4 Mk. This auction is for a British Pattern 1853 bayonet that I am selling out of my personal collection.This is a beautiful bayonet in great condition. More info on the STEN Mk. However, Finland, Germany, and Austria manufactured scabbards for use with bayonets captured from the Russians. The blade width is 1.125 in. South Africa also produced a variant of the No. The socket length is 3.00 in. 4 Mk. The long shank Dutch/Liege socket bayonet was among the earliest socket bayonet patterns, dating from ca. II: Singer in Scotland, the Savage Stevens Co. in the USA, and Long Branch in Canada. However, the latter part of the 17th Century is the most likely period of manufacture, circa 1688–1700. 7 Mk. "B" marks originate at RSAF Birmingham, "E" from Enfield "S" from Solingen (pre 1885) or Sheffield (Post 1885), "L" from Liege etc. Most had a third step added during their service life to create a L–mortise, however, this example remains unmodified. 4 Mk. Spikes marked with the lowercase ”L” are believed to be made by Laspee Engineering Co. of Isleworth. 4 Mk. £75 Strip blue and polish to Armory Bright. The India Pattern musket and bayonet were introduced in 1795, making the India Pattern Brown Bess Britain's primary infantry arm during the Napoleonic Wars. Socket: "B & J. S. Ltd" and "S41" and partial Broad Arrow, The No. A filled portion of the original P1876 mortise is visible under bright light. Blade (Left):  "184" in Arabic lined through and British inspector mark. The frog is constructed of brown leather, with a brass buckle and copper rivets. The throatpiece is positioned so the socket faces outward. & J. Sippel Ltd. produced the sheet steel parts. 1710. The other makers were much less prolific. In any case, the markings are not Russian nor are they British. 7 Mk. It is great that you have a bayonet to go with it. The socket is blackened and the blade is in the white. —The throatpiece is oriented so that the socket faces inwards when carried. Two models of spring catch were used on the FAL Type C bayonet, Society of American Bayonet Collectors (SABC), Pattern 1876 bayonets modified at the Citadel Arsenal in Cairo, Return to Bayonet Identification Guide Index. Production occurred during the latter half of 1941 and into the early months of 1942. The firearm action was invented by the American Jacob Snider, and the Snider-Enfield was one of the most widely used of the Snider varieties. The scabbard has a plastic body, with an integral nylon web belt frog. The socket is fabricated by welding together seven sheet steel stampings, eliminating the socket forging process altogether. Eberle S.A. is a Brazilian firm that manufactures, among other things, textile fasteners. Socket bayonet for use with the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle-Musket. (92 mm.) M1867 Albini-Braendlin rifle. Represents the mark of a factory inspector at critical points during the production process. 4 Mk. Alterations include compressing the socket to the smaller diameter, filling the original mortise, and cutting a new mortise 90 degrees from the original to allow the bayonet to hang underneath the barrel when fixed. The socket bears a rack number, commonly seen on bayonets of this period. Scabbard has a black leather covered wood body made to fit the quadrangle socket bayonet. The Pattern 1853 Enfield rifle-musket (P’53) was then the standard arm of the British Army and was a percussion ignition, .577-cal. I purchased this as an accessory to my 1853 Enfield rifle musket, because my musket was Indian manufactured and this bayonet had been marked with Hindi script at the base of the blade along the side. I/L would mount to the Lee Enfield No. 9 Mk. The socket bears Grundy’s dispersal code, “S41”. 4 Mk. The history of the British bayonet goes back to the 17th century, and because of this the British bayonet is one of the more interesting types of militaria to collect. Click here to read my article on Bayonets for the Short, Magazine, Lee-Enfield Rifles. The scabbard slips into an over-scabbard (full-length belt frog) and is secured to the frog by a Fastex connector. 4 scabbard. The blade is of a flattened hexagonal cross-section, with long shank and a square shoulder with no guard. II* socket bayonet. However, the markings are not typical of British military plug bayonets, so it is unclear who made and used this particular bayonet. The blade bears the Ishevsk Arsenal bow-and-arrow trademark, indicating that it was manufactured prior to 1928. Socket bayonet for use with a .75–.80 caliber flintlock musket. The M1963 with serrations and the M1965 with 'wings.". 7 Mk. The socket has no mortise, instead using a notched, eccentric basal collar to engage a spring catch protruding from the front of the musket stock. This example saw service in the Middle East, probably Egypt. Osborn's name was stamped in a distinctive copperplate script. It has the original Enfield marking on the ricasso facing the socket. Lots of nice markings (see photo). The grip is either walnut or blackened oak. see the commercial example shown on the Afghanistan page, .303 caliber Short, Magazine, Lee-Enfield No. The Enfield 1853 Rifle-Musket was also used by both the North and the South in the American Civil War, and was the second most widely used infantry weapon in the war, surpassed only by the Springfield Model I markings were reminiscent of how Pattern 1907 bayonets were marked, with the royal cypher, type, and maker. Auto Engineering produced approx. Both the copper-plated glove fastener and rivets used on the belt hanger are marked "Eberle.". IMBEL is an abbreviation for Industry Material Bélico do Brasil (Military Material Industry of Brasil), the State arms factory formerly known as Fabrica de Itajuba. BAYO 324 - BAYO 324 This is a pattern 1876 Martini Henry rifle socket bayonet with good markings on the blade. (75 mm.). The blade is 1.2 in. The sight is the only difference. Markings on British and Commonwealth Bayonets . It is very sturdily constructed, with faithful attention to detail. New member from italy enfield artillery carbine 1853? REPLACEMENT PARTS FOR THE 1853 ENFIELD RIFLED MUSKET. Two-piece construction gives the No. The scabbard is plastic, with an integral cotton web belt hanger. (81 mm.). Martini Henry MK I Barrel. Mass production was carried out by four manufacturers from 1945–1948: BSA, Elkington & Co., ROF Poole, and ROF Newport. PATTERN 1854 AUSTRIAN LORENZ BAYONET WITH SCABBARD. Chavasse has been documented as also having marked and exported P1856 sword bayonets. This example was converted at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock (RSAF Enfield) in January 1900. This example saw service in the Middle East, probably Egypt. There was a retailer, Horace Chavasse & Co., at Alma street, Aston Newton (near Birmingham, England) 1860–1868. The hilt is painted black, while the blade is in the white. 4 spike bayonet. Overall … The bridge has a cutout shaped to go over a front sight. Comes with Enfield sword bayonet. Blade (Left):  "184" in Arabic lined through and British inspector mark. The blade width is 1.125 in. As a consequence, the India Pattern bayonet was manufactured in huge numbers, some 3 million having been produced by 1815. This example was made in February 1899 at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield Lock (RSAF Enfield). However, this could have been a repair, after the finial was broken or damaged. B-14 P. 1853/72 SOCKET BAYONET FOR THE MARTINI-HENRY MK 1: The socket has been bushed to accommodate the .450 Cal. Ricasso: "E" over "1/75" over "8" over "M" and "7" (sideways), Ricasso: "0" over "Osborn" over "X" and Crown-24. 4 rifle. I love it when the markings on the weapon tell the story. Ricasso: "0" over "Osborn" over "X" and Crown-24. I/L was designed by the Wilkinson Sword Co., who produced 1,000 bayonets in 1944. socket is cut for a top stud. The socket length is 2.9375 in. II was otherwise identical to the Mk. This design was not widely used, so these don't turn up all that often. Some of these weapons were sent to North America, seeing service during the French and Indian War (Seven Years’ War) of 1754-63. The bayonet is probably made of iron, which may account for its acquiring a slight bend near the point. These bayonets also saw service in North America during the Revolutionary War, supplied to Hessian mercenaries hired by the British to fight the Continental Army. I represented the ultimate in Second World War bayonet simplicity. Even more crude than the later No. wide. Because of this, I will probably never be able to precisely identify or date this piece. Although the STEN rod was of a larger diameter, this enabled the STEN Mk. The SAR–48 bayonet is unusual in being of late manufacture, but having the M1963 serrated spring catch. This example is identical to bayonet B58 documented in Skennerton's book. This example has a two-step I–mortise, indicating that it is among the earlier of its type. The scabbard body is plastic, with an integral web belt hanger. The blade is of a flattened hexagonal cross-section. This example has no British government markings, indicating that it was likely imported to the USA during the American Civil War. £80 3 inch socket and 12 inch blade. 4 Mk. This construction method was subsequently used by the German firm, A. Eickhorn GmbH of Solingen (AES). The Union imported over 225,000 and the Confederacy perhaps as many as 100,000, making the Lorenz second only to the .577 caliber Enfield rifle-musket, as the most common imported firearm. Socket (rear edge): 2 punch marks and 7 notches. Many earlier P1888 bayonets were also rehilted with the P1903 pommel. Socket bayonet for use with the 13.9 mm. The bayonet is a one-piece forging. Ricasso (R. Side): broad arrow proofmark over "EFD" Enfield inspector's mark (crown over 58 over E) and "X" bending test mark. I have seen an unfinished casting that has a FN mold mark, so know that FN used this construction method. I Mk. 350,000 were produced by the time production ceased in 1994. Socket bayonet for use with the 9 mm. The 1853 Sepoy is a three band Enfield much the same as the British but they are often slightly differently marked. The scabbard pictured is a No. I/L (pronounced: number seven, mark one, land service) was a very innovative and complex design, with a unique swiveling pommel. long by 3.00 in. II* its characteristic stepped join between blade and socket. II* bayonets were produced, over a million of which were produced by Prince-Smith. The No. Too dangerous to be a toy. These scabbards were also also used with export production by the Liege firms, such as the Uruguayan M1871 Mauser socket bayonet. Socket Bayonet (aka Pattern 1853 Enfield Infantry "Long-Rifle" Bayonet) This is a socket bayonet manufactured from the period of 1853 to about 1870. wide. The horizontal blade orientation positions the blade edge down when fixed. They were in service - in some form or fashion - until about 1875. I Mk. Although the Austrian M1798 musket was closely patterned after the French M1777 Charleville musket, the M1799 bayonet is uniquely Austrian. In 1715, at the end of the War of Spanish Succession (Queen Anne's War), Britain purchased 20,000 Dutch muskets and flat-bladed bayonets to replenish depleted Army stores until British production could make up for wartime losses. All one needs to do is remember them, or list the particular codes, when looking through Kar98k Mauser bayonet blades and the like, in collections, or for sale by dealers. The horizontal blade orientation positions the blade edge down when fixed. The rifle is an Afghanistan being back, but it isn't a Khyber Pass copy. This was the first bayonet issued for the Martini Henry and used exclusively on the MK I. The Citadel modifications include bushing the socket to reduce diameter and cutting away the bridge to clear the Martini-Enfield’s tall front sight. A rare British 1856 Pattern Unmarked Yataghan Sword Bayonet. Socket bayonet for use with an unknown rifle, most likely Afghan-made “Khyber Pass” Martini-Henry pattern rifles. Double-edged blade. (92 mm.) Commercial production for colonial use may have continued beyond this period (see the commercial example shown on the Afghanistan page). This Enfield is a beauty I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. The bayonet and socket were one solid forging. A frog is required to affix the Enfield bayonet scabbard to your belt. Most had a third step added during their service life to create a L–mortise, however, this example remains unmodified. Anchor S Marked Confederate P 1853 Enfield Untouched. These bayonets also saw service in North America during the Revolutionary War, supplied to Hessian mercenaries hired by the British to fight the Continental Army. Blade is 1.25 in (32 mm.) 9, with a different blade profile. The M1854 bayonet is easily identified by the helical mortise and flattened cruciform blade profile. According to Skennerton, Pattern 1895 bayonet conversions were only done at Enfield, with 86,234 conversions done between 1895–1902. II scabbard with the teardrop frog stud. 1853 ENFIELD BAYONET FROG # 39 $11.95 BUY NOW! This example is a conversion of the earlier M1841 socket bayonet, as is evidenced by the off-center bridge and brazing lines on the socket. more info Quick view Add to Cart. Chavasse has been documented as also having marked and exported P1856 sword bayonets. 1853 Enfield pattern socket bayonet without scabbard. Part Number: 1365. I bayonet was fabricated out of sheet steel and utilized a rod-style blade copied from the No. This example is an approximately half-scale copy of the British Pattern 1853 socket bayonet. Armisport, Euroarms, Pedersoli Enfield Remove visible Italian Markings and relocate the Serial number to the bottom of the barrel. The SA80 was adopted by the British Army in 1985 to replace the venerable L1A1 (FN–FAL). This example has a two-step I–mortise, indicating that it is the earliest of its type. Socket bayonet for use with the .75 caliber India Pattern Brown Bess flintlock musket. The socket bayonet first appeared in the 1690s and continues in use today. In Pakistan, Metal Industries Ltd. produced a small run in 1951 and the Pakistan Ordnance Factory produced much larger quantities during the 1950s and 1960s. The identification of this bayonet as having been made by IMBEL is based on the identification of the belt hanger's fasteners. With a triangular blade and complete with the early scabbard that features a separate locket and belt hook. This example and one other have absolutely identical ricasso markings (same combination of letters/numbers, same placement, same font), suggesting that the marking may be spurious. The following pages barely scratch the surface, but provide a type-specific approach to the socket bayonets included on this site. Collar: "2" "X" and two sets of two parallel hash marks. NATO caliber FN–FAL assault rifle. The socket length is 2.25 in. Bayonet total length is 21-3/4″, blade is 17-1/8″ and the fuller is 16-1/4″. 4 Mk. This example is painted black overall and has an unusual scabbard. The blade is offset to allow the hilt to encircle the rifle's muzzle. Socket bayonet introduced in the 1960s for the FN–FAL assault rifles that incorporated the 22 mm. II was a simplified version, eliminating the milling cuts required to create the cruciform blade flutes. 7 and No. The frog measures 9.25 in. (76 mm.) (57 mm.). The most iconic of the imported arms to see service with the Confederacy during the American Civil War is the British P-1853 Enfield Rifle Musket, marked with the Confederate JS / (ANCHOR) viewer’s mark of John Southgate, combined with an engraved Confederate inventory control number on the tang of the brass buttplate. The Citadel modifications include bushing the socket to reduce diameter and cutting away the bridge to clear the Martini-Enfield’s tall front sight. These bayonets are scarce and little is known of their origin. The blade is that of a Russian M1891, mated to a socket that is dimensionally identical to those used with the British Martini-Henry rifle. This example is identical to bayonet B58 documented in Skennerton's book, British and Commonwealth Bayonets. 75,280 bayonets were believed produced during 1943–1944, 55,800 by Grundy Ltd. and 19,480 by N.J. Edmonds Ltd. Nearly all of the bayonets were believed scrapped, making period examples, such as this one, quite rare today. The blade has its original shiny finish and has never been sharpened. The variations in inspection stamps contains enough material for a book in itself. The socket bears a rack number, commonly seen on bayonets of this period. Surviving military plug bayonets for use by ordinary soldiers are very scarce. (76 mm.). II submachine gun. Other than these slight differences, this example is very similar to the short blade Board of Ordnance bayonet used with a dragoon (short musket). (235 mm.) This example was made in October 1903 by the Wilkinson Sword Co. of London and appears to have underwent repair at the RSAF Enfield in 1916. 4 Mk. These will have earlier dates. During the course of the American Civil War, the Confederacy imported hundreds of thousands of British Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle Muskets, with some estimates placing the total Confederate purchases between 300,000 and 400,000 guns.Each of these rifle muskets was ordered as a “stand of arms” and as such a socket bayonet was included with each musket. This example has an odd shape to the inside of the bridge, as if the rifle's front sight was off-center, while the outside of the bridge is symmetrical (so is not merely damaged or bent). II was, by far, the most numerous variant, with over 3.3 million units produced. The No. Scabbard:  British inspector's mark on chape. Socket bayonet for use with a .75–.80 caliber flintlock musket. As a consequence, the India Pattern bayonet was manufactured in huge numbers, some 3 million having been produced by 1815. This. The No. The first number on the scabbard body is a regimental roll number and the second the year of issue. Like other Lee Enfield carbines it used a shortened 6 shot magazine and a flattened and turned-down bolt handle. The rod of this example is marked S7, indicating manufacture by subcontractor Auto Engineering Ltd. of Croydon. This example is an approximately half-scale copy of the British Pattern 1853 socket bayonet. socket is cut for a top stud. $450. III (SMLE) rifle, Return to Bayonet Identification Guide Index, Bryan Brown’s Old Military Markings Web site. These blades were all UK manufactured by Enfield : 1853 Artillery, later models had the pressed leather grips more typical of … One influence in the selection of Singer was that Scotland was felt to be safer from German bombers, than England. The large forward projection on the stamped spring steel catch serves as a fingerguard, so the bayonet can also be used as a hand weapon. At 18.2 mm., the socket bore is too large for a Berdan II Dragoon rifle. Socket bayonet for use with the Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifle-Musket. The only maker was the Singer Manufacturing Co. (the famous sewing machine people), at their Clydebank, Scotland plant. In his book, The Socket Bayonet in the British Army 1687–1783, author-researcher Erik Goldstein, illustrates a nearly identical bayonet, marked in the same way as this example, as the type believed purchased by Britain in 1715. 9 socket bayonets. The P1903 was produced for British use from 1903–1907, at which time the P1907 was adopted. socket is cut for a top stud. The Enfield Pattern 1853 rifle-musket (also known as the Pattern 1853 Enfield, P53 Enfield, and Enfield rifle-musket) was a .577 calibre Minié-type muzzle-loading rifled musket, used by the British Empire from 1853 to 1867; after which many were replaced in service by the cartridge-loaded Snider–Enfield rifle. It features a shorter, stronger shank and conspicuous oval guard at the blade shoulder. The socket length is 2.9375 in. Alterations include compressing the socket to the smaller diameter, filling the original mortise, and cutting a new mortise 90 degrees from the original to allow the bayonet to hang underneath the barrel when fixed. This example is parkerized, with black paint applied over the parkerizing on the socket. The Lorenz was imported in quantity by both sides during the U.S. Civil War. 4 Mk. Blade is 1.25 in (32 mm.) The No. Only 75,000 of this type were made. It seems to also have some sort of marking at the base of the blade where I’d expect to find British markings, but they are too faint to be certain. This design was not widely used, so these don't turn up all that often. 7 Mk. 1853 ARMI ENFIELD BAYONET & SCABBARD #060-A $49.95 BUY NOW! A few examples have been excavated at North American sites associated with the French and Indian War (Seven Years’ War) of 1754–63. Too dangerous to be a toy. Socket bayonet for use with the 5.56 mm. The No. III bayonet, the STEN Mk. Condition: to appraise similar items instantly without sending photos or descriptions. Crosspiece (front): cross and "3" (period marks), Crosspiece (back): cross or sword and "V" (period marks). This. This example has no British government markings, indicating that it was likely imported to the USA during the American Civil War. The socket is blued and has no rust or damage. This bayonet was also used with the M1854/67 Wanzl breech loading conversions. 411. The belt frog has the U.S. M1910-style wire belt hanger. I wonder if the butt tang markings might be from there? The Albini-Braendlin rifle was a breechloading conversion of earlier M1841 and M1853 muskets. The 1858 model had the mortise modified as the carbine rifles lost a short bar forward of the bayonet lug. These were made outside of the British Ordnance System for private sale. Two models of spring catch were used on the FAL Type C bayonet. Lucas marked the bayonets with M158 on the top pf the socket. Socket bayonet for use on the .303 caliber M1895 Martini-Enfield rifle.  The Pattern 1895 bayonets were altered Pattern 1876 bayonets, originally made for the caliber .577–450 Martini-Henry rifle. This example was made by Henry Osborn, who produced India Pattern bayonets from 1796–1808, when he entered into partnership with John Gunby. Brown leather belt frog for use with the Pattern 1907 bayonet. (29 mm.). More info on No. The bayonet is unmarked, with a black paint finish overall. (30 mm.) This example has no British government markings, indicating that it was likely imported to the USA during the American Civil War. Some scabbard producers adopted a round frog stud, which was approved in 1915. This was later copied by Prussia, who used it on their M1809 socket bayonet. III was declared obsolete in 1946. Link to the original post on the rifle from a few years back. Pattern 1853 Enfield Rifles for Sale. Dated October 1873. NATO-spec flash hider. In 1715, at the end of the War of Spanish Succession (Queen Anne's War), Britain purchased 20,000 Dutch muskets and flat-bladed bayonets to replenish depleted Army stores until British production could make up for wartime losses. According to Skennerton, these date from 1775–1800. socket is cut for a top stud. The long shank Dutch/Liege socket bayonet was among the earliest socket bayonet patterns, dating from ca. The No. The markings on this example are on the crosspiece, rather than the blade, as is typically encountered on regulation British military plug bayonets. The STEN Mk. The original bayonet is in nice matured condition, with some regimental markings stamped onto the socket. Ricasso (L. Side): Crown over 2 99". There was a retailer, Horace Chavasse & Co., at Alma street, Aston Newton (near Birmingham, England) 1860–1868. enfield artillery carbine 1853? This bayonet fits the Enfield muzzle loader, some Snyder rifles and some Martini-Henry rifles. The scabbard is unusual in a couple of respects: This is believed to be the final FN production type (ca. The other ricasso marking may be an incomplete CHAVASSE. According to British socket bayonet authority Graham Priest, the “J•R” marking indicates that the bayonet was likely made in Liege, Belgium. wide. It was used by Britain and likely other countries. Millions of P1907 bayonets were produced in Britain, Australia, India, and the USA. wide. Ricasso: broad arrow proofmark and "1 00" and Enfield inspector and bending test proof marks. Far from comprehensive, these pages illustrate over 100 examples from 26 countries, dating from ca. (57 mm.). This is typical of most FAL Type C scabbards. 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