Here we have a beautiful Brown Bess of the India Pattern, dated to 1798 with clear East India Company Marks.
Here we have one of the defining sword bayonets of the British armed forces, the Brunswick bayonet that emerged in
~ 1853 Martini Socket Bayonet with leather scabbard ~ This bayonet was the common socket bayonet used by nearly every
This type of bayonet saw action at the beginning of the American Civil War, being exported by Britain along with
This is an excellent example of a Lancaster rifle and its bayonet and scabbard. In 1846 Lancaster constructed a model
~ 1856 Pattern Named Presentation Scottish Dancing Bayonet ~ This is a Scottish dancing bayonet named to a G. E.
Here we have an Enfield 1860c naval bayonet. The rifle looks to be an 1858 pattern breach loading Enfield rifle.
~ 1907 Pattern Bayonet & Scabbard By Sanderson ~ This is a superb 1917 example. The ricasso is stamped for
This a first world war piece made by Remington on 17/4/1913, as it can be seen stamped on one side
This rare pattern 1856/58 British sword bayonet was made for the Model 1853, .577 calibre Enfield (2-band) rifled infantry short-musket.