P1856 Lee Enfield Yataghan Bayonet
P1856 Lee Enfield yataghan bayonet. Solingen made by Kirschbaum and bearing Solingen inspection marks. It is also marked FP on the pommel. Muzzle ring is 22.
Really nice bayonet in a really nice scabbard which we often see missing from these pieces. read more
Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) Swagger Stick
WW2 era Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) Swagger Stick, measures 25” read more
C.1796-1819 Board of Ordnance India Pattern Bayonet
C.1796-1819 Board of Ordnance India Pattern Bayonet.
There are some that consider these as an East India Company bayonet, certainly the maker is within timeline. The Board of Ordnance stamp is 19.
Socket length is 101mm. read more
c.1813-1815 India Pattern Brown Bess with Large Collar
c.1813-1815 ( Battle of Waterloo )India Pattern Brown Bess with Large Collar
Socket length 103mm identifies this pattern Brown Bess bayonet. Board of Ordnance stamp is visible. read more
First Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife
A good honest example of a been there done that First Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife. This knife shows a more curved guard than normal.
Field repair to the scabbard, reinforcing with copper nickel coated wire.
Near full length blade that shows some very well executed sharpening.
From a deceased estate with attribution.
POA read more
Volunteer Aid Detatchment, Kent Territorial Force Titles
A rare complete set of Kent Territorial Force Volunteer Aid Detachment shoulder titles of WW1, nice to see the backing plates with these. The Territorial Force was set up in 1908 to augment British land forces. The Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) was a voluntary unit of civilians providing nursing care for military personnel in the United Kingdom and various other countries in the British Empire. read more