Edged weapons for sale by Colin MacGregor Stevens. These may include knives, bayonets, swords etc.
German pocket knife. Single blade, synthetic grips, rounded blade tip - for fruit? marked with trident and ROSTFREI (i.e. rust free or stainless steel) other side "ED. WUASTHOF / trident/ SOLINGEN. Used. Good condition. $15
British pocket /desk knife. Advertising. Fixed letter opener blade and one folding blade. Marked on side "AE SUPER NICKEL CONDENSER TUBES" and "ALLEN EVERITT & SONS LTD. / BIRMINHAM" $10
No. 4 MK. II* bayonet and scabbard, both CHROMED for parade use. CMS2620A&B. Canadian scabbard C/|\ and British made bayonet. $60
No. 4 MK. III British made bayonet with scarce plastic scabbard. $50
Scabbard for the No. 5 bayonet as used on the No. 5 Mk. I (aka "Jungle Carbine". The early scabbards had the brass throat as is the case with this one. Very hard to find separate from the bayoent as the scabbard could be used with other bayonets such as the No. 7, No. 9 and FN. $150
Rare Canadian Trials FN bayonet for the EX1 and EX2. Only 1,509 EX1 and 500 EX2 (with optical sight) were ordered, and thus only about 2,000 of these bayonets. I will provide a scan of the Canadian Army EME instruction for marking these bayonets. The pommel shape differs slightly from the British X2E1 version that was produced in much higher numbers (over 14,500) for trials.
From Wikipedia "Canada adopted the FAL in 1954, the first country in the world to actually ante up and order enough rifles for meaningful troop trials. Up to this point FN had been making these rifles in small test lots of ones and twos, each embodying changes and improvements over its predecessor. The Canadian order for 2,000 rifles "cast the FAL in concrete" for the first time, and at FN, from 1954 to 1958 the standard model of the FAL rifle was called the FAL "Canada" . With matching scabbard. Bayonet is serial numbered "590". $350
Extremely rare Canadian issue "Killing Knife" of 1 Canadian Parachute Battalion in WWII. This is the ultra rare all-black and unmarked version. With original well used (combat presumably) and intact scabbard with belt hook and snap. Hilt is intact with no damage. Blade is full length but sadly a previous owner (the soldier?) had sharpened it on a grindstone. The Parkerized finish is gone and what looks like a temporary brown finish is on the blade. If one reparkerized the blade it would look quite nice. Sadly there is no soldier's name connected with it. Selling only because I was able to acquire a slightly better example for my collection. $1,600
Scabbard, UNIDENTIFIED. AUSTRALIAN TRIALS? Made by cutting down an Australian made P1907 scabbard. "OA" (Orange Arsenal) maker's mark. Round stud. Similar to Trials No. 6 bayonet but that scabbard was 8.8 inches long (ref. p. 287 Brit & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton & Richardson) but this one is 9-3/8" long. From the Ron Reeves Collection in Canada. Conversion is well done. I do not know what it would fit. $25
Scabbard, UNIDENTIFIED. TRENCH KNIFE?
Made by cutting down an M1917 scabbard. NO stud. Scabbard painted green. Similar to Trials No. 6 bayonet but that scabbard was 8.8 inches long (ref. p. 287 Brit & Commonwealth Bayonets by Skennerton & Richardson) but this one is 9-3/8" long. From the Ron Reeves Collection in Canada. Conversion is well done. I do not know what it would fit. $20
Clasp knife, large. WWI and WWII pattern for Canada and UK. Maker marked "M.S.LTD XX" Marlin spike, blade, "V" can opener. Well used. My # CMS1353 $40
US OSS CROSSBOW BOLT - CONE POINT, SHORTER BOLT (arrow). - Very rare Office of Strategic Services (WWII predecessor of the CIA) . World War II. For silent killing. My # CMS2574 $300
US OSS CROSSBOW BOLT - LARGER BROADHEAD BOLT (arrow) VERSION - Very rare Office of Strategic Services (WWII predecessor of the CIA) . World War II. For silent killing using "Big Joe" crossbow. My # CMS2573 $300
U.S. Air Force parachute knife. Marked: "AERIAL M&T LICNY 1960" with securing cord. Fixed hooked blade. Chunk missing out of scale on one side next to the pommel. Viet Nam War era and Cold War. Ex-Dr. Bill Windrum Collection. $20
Bayonet, No. 4 MK. II* WWII British. No markings found. Good condition except tip has some damage. Red painted 13 on side of socket and electro-pencilled R13 on top of blade. from Ron Reeves Bayonet Collection. No scabbard. $15
Bayonet, No. 4 MK. III WWII British. No markings found. Good condition. Red painted 137 on side of socket and electro-pencilled on top of the blade. from Ron Reeves Bayonet Collection. No scabbard. $20
No. 4 scabbard tube. Doe NOT contain throat assembly which holds the bayonet in. Useful for restoring a dented or broken scabbard. Well used, several available. $5 each,
Bayonet, P-13 & M1917 (for P-14 rifle) overstamped with "U.S." and British marks cancelled. Thus issued with M1917 rifle bu U.S. Army. Dated "9 17" (September 1917) Marked REMINGTON in circle. It is one that the Americans took over as production shifted from Patt'14 rifle to Model of 1917 rifle in 1917, but it is still a P-13 bayonet with P-13 markings and no clearance hole. $280
Bayonet M1917 with correct U.S. scabbard. Excellent condition. $200