November 3, 2016, 9:00 AM CST
Rock Island, IL, USALive Auction
Lot 431: One Socket Bayonet with Six Knives(43 views)
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Description: One Socket Bayonet with Six Knives 1) Unmarked socket bayonet. OAL:20 1/2" with 17 1/2" blade. 2) Unmarked knife. OAL:17" with 12 1/4" blade. 3) Reproduction Knife with "1st REGIMENT" and "VIRGINIA. VOL" marked handle. OAL:16 3/4" with 11 1/2" blade. 4) "WS" marked dagger. OAL:17 1/4" with 13" blade. 5) I. Wilson marked knife. Blade is marked "I. WILSON/SYCAMORE/SHEFFIELD ENGLAND". OAL:10" with 5 1/2 inch blade. 6) Unmarked dagger. OAL:10" with 5 1/4" blade. Confederate style side knife. 7) Unmarked knife with sheath. OAL:9 3/4" with 5 1/2" blade. Manufacturer: None Model: None BBL: Stock: Gauge: Finish: Grips: Serial Number: Class: Other Condition:
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