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CIVIL WAR BAYONETS AND OTHER

13-01-21 - Saber Bayonet for Colt Revolving Rifle: Actually this is the S&K (Schnitzler & Kirschbaum Solingen) saber bayonet which fits a number of Civil War era rifles. But its’ claim to fame is that it usually fits the military style Colt revolving rifle. Overall VG condition. $235.00

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13-01-22 - Saber Bayonet for Colt Alteration of Mississippi Rifle: A very good to fine example of the brass handle saber bayonet for the M1841 US Rifle … aka … Mississippi Rifle with the Colt factory alteration of adding rear sights and bayonet lugs. Good solid example… $325.00

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BAY1008 - Danish Pattern 1854 Socket Bayonet with Kyhls locking Spring. Excellent condition dated 1855 and bearing numerous regimental markings on the socket. Muzzle ring dia. 23mm. This bayonet was for use with the Dornbuchse M1849 Rifle and reissued as the Model 1854. The locking spring was designed by Johan Christian Wilken Kyhl and first used in 1794. It continued in use until at least 1860. More than a few were imported by North and South during the Civil War when Europe was invaded by purchasing agents buying anything that could shoot, stab, or cut. Priced well below other web pages at $165.00

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BAY1007 - Another Danish Pattern 1854 Socket Bayonet: This one lacks the Kyhls locking Spring. Otherwise excellent condition dated 1855 and bearing numerous regimental markings on the socket. Muzzle ring dia. 23mm. This bayonet was for use with the Dornbuchse M1849 Rifle and reissued as the Model 1854. More than a few were imported by North and South during the Civil War when Europe was invaded by purchasing agents buying anything that could shoot, stab, or cut. Priced well below other web pages at $75.00

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BAY1009 - Replica Civil War .58 Caliber M1861 Socket Bayonet: A darn near perfect copy of the original. Ideal for living history or reenacting. Priced at half of what the repro sutlers charge. $25.00

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BAY1001 - Rare and Early 1795-1812 US Bayonet: Here is a darn scarce bayonet. It is for a 1795 US or 1798 Contract musket from the War of 1812 era. It has a 14.5” blade deeply stamped with a large “US” stamped sideways as well as two other letters struck so deeply that I can not read them. There is a narrow fuller in the face of the blade running 7” back from the tip. Socket is short at 2.75” inches long with large crude mortise. Overall length is a hair more than 18 inches. There is a “bridge” covering the mortise at the base of the socket like on an 1816 bayonet. Attic untouched condition. Grey steel with areas of moderate pitting. Very honest, very nice, and very, very scarce Far rarer than the Sharps and Spencer Bayonets which command nearly twice this amount. $395.00

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BAY1002 - Rare and Early 1795 US Bayonet: Here is another darn scarce bayonet. It is for a 1795 US or 1798 Contract musket. It has a 14.5” blade deeply stamped with a large “US”. There is a narrow fuller running 6.5” back from the tip. Socket is 3.25” inches long with large crude mortise. Overall all length is a hair more than 18 inches. Attic untouched condition. Grey steel with some areas of light pitting. Very honest, very nice, and very, very scarce Far rarer than the Sharps and Spencer Bayonets which command nearly twice this amount. $395.00

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BAY1003 - English 18th Bayonet for Carbine or Fusil: Classic English bayonet of the last quarter of the 18th century. Virtually identical to the Brown Bess bayonet but shorter and with mortise cut out for use with a bottom mounted bayonet lug. Blade is 14.5” long. 3.6” socket length, overall length 18.5”. Very fine condition, overall rust brown patina. I wish I could tell you which specific gun this fits, but at this price I don’t think you will worry about it. No markings that I can see. $350.00

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BAY1005 - Another Extra Fine Condition Round Shoulder M-1842 Socket Bayonet: This is the rare ’42 pattern produced in the 1860s with the rounded shoulders on the blade like on the 1855-1861 examples. Rates a “fine” condition grade. Overall shiny steel, with no rust, no pitting, no stains. Has a clear US stamp. This is a very strong condition bayonet. Clean, shiny, solid… will compliment a musket in the $2000 to $2500 value range. zafjx $295.00

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A Pile of Scarce Civil War Production M-1842 Bayonets ... These .69 caliber M42 US socket bayonets with rounded shoulders were produced during the Civil War.   Those we see with squared shoulders are the ones made during the 1840s and 1850s.  All patterns of this bayonet will fit all patterns of the M1835-40 and M1842 muskets. They are totally interchangeable. These Civil War production examples are by far the rarest pattern.   Available here are six very nice examples. All have visible US stampings on the blade.  All are complete and functional.  Choose from…

13-06-17A and 13-06-17B... NRA very good + condition. Light wear. (qty2) ... $265.00
13-06-17C (SOLD) ... 13-06-17D and 13-06-17E... NRA fine condition. Sharp edges.  (qty3) ... $295.00
13-06-17F ... NRA fine condition - blade shortened to 14”  ... $100.00

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PREVIOUSLY SOLD CIVIL WAR BAYONETS AND OTHER

BAY1004 - Extra Fine Condition Round Shoulder M-1842 Socket Bayonet: This is the rare ’42 pattern produced in the 1860s with the rounded shoulders on the blade like on the 1855-1861 examples. Rates a “fine” condition grade. Overall gun metal grey steel with lots of dried grease and areas of old surface rust that looks like it will clean off easily. There are a couple light patches of pitting on the socket but very fine. Has a crisp US stamp. This is a very strong condition bayonet that just needs a few minutes of careful cleaning with 0000-steel wool. This is crisp, solid, and just a little dirty. ZACE $250.00

BAY1006 - Attic Brown Fine Condition 58 caliber Socket Bayonet: The standard Civil War infantry bayonet. This was used from 1855 when the national armories first introduced the 58 caliber muskets... to the end of the Civil War. This one is attic fine condition with rich, undisturbed attic brown patina, sharp edges, and clear US stamp over smaller S inspector’s initial. Appropriate for display with a gun worth $1200 to $1600 range with a brown patina. Aj??? $165.00