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Lot 510: French bayonet by the Manufacture d'armes de Saint-EtiennePlatinum House
September 10, 2011
West Columbia, SC, USALive Auction
French bayonet by the Manufacture d'armes de Saint-Etienne Model 1874 Gras sword bayonet with scabbard from a Fusil Gras Modele 1874 M80 rifle, marked on crossguard and blade, crossguard and scabbard numbered P 24306, blade inscribed: Mre d'armes de St Etienne Mars 1879.
Provenance: Aspen, Colorado collection.
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