Bayonets

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  • Model 1917 Trench Knife L.F.&C.
    Model 1917 Trench Knife L.F.&C. Made by Landers, Frary & Clark Marked U.S over L.F.&C. over 1917 on guard Original finish Original green leather scabbard All stitching and metal is tight Stamped M.S. on tip Stamped M.S. on upper metal Stamped W.C.B. on throat Brass belt hanger ..
    Model 1917 Trench Knife L.F.&C. Made by Landers, Frary & C...
    $795.00
  • OSS Smatchet by Case with Scabbard
    This is a great example of a scarce WWII Issue OSS Smatchet made by Case. Measures 16.5 inches overall length, with a heavy 11 inch blade. It was designed by William E. Fairbairn during World War II, who also helped design the Sykes-Fairbairn commando dagger. According to Fairbairn, the Smatchet was..
    This is a great example of a scarce WWII Issue OSS Smatchet made by...
    $1,295.00
  • U.S. 1880 Entrenching Tool with Scabbard
    U.S. 1880 Entrenching Tool 8 inch long and 3 1/2 inch wide blade with turned spine, ribbed wood grip Blade has small nicks along the edge in a few places Grip marked US Leather covered "U.S." marked sheath with brass throat and hanging ring Stitching and metal on scabbard is tight Remnant..
    U.S. 1880 Entrenching Tool 8 inch long and 3 1/2 inch wide blade w...
    $550.00
  • U.S.N. Model 1861 Dalhgren Bowie Bayonet
    This is the first true US adopted knife bayonet and was designed by Admiral John Dahlgren as a replacement for the sword pattern bayonets then used on the 1861 Plymouth Rifle. Measuring 16 5/8 inches overall, with a 12 inch asymmetrical clip point blade, marked "USN/D.R/1863" on the right ricas..
    This is the first true US adopted knife bayonet and was designed by...
    $1,995.00