Here we have a well used example of the Scarce MK III 1888 Pattern Lee Metford Bayonet.
This is the last variation of this model to be made. It was made in 1902 by Wilkinson Sword, London, and bears the correct kings crown for Edward VII.
It is housed in an unusual scabbard, of a type I have not encountered previously.
Staining and pitting to the exterior of bayonet and scabbard, but a bright, well marked blade, with signs of sharpening and use.
A good untouched bayonet, straight out of the woodwork.
Strictly over 18's only. Photo ID will be required before this item can be dispatched.
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