Estimate: $400 – $600
#1) Rare Pre-WWI US Springfield Armory long bayonet and scabbard. Blade marked “S A” over logo, “1906” on the ricasso, the reverse “US” over “172/59”. Fullered blade 16″ with double edge at top. Not abused, no rust, scratches, bends or chips, bright finish. Wood hilt, no cracks/splits. Scabbard locking button works fine. Scabbard consists of canvas and leather removable field jacket with belt hook, leather marked “H.B.” over “R” over “1915”, below that are three illegible letters. No splits, tears or wear. The scabbard consists of wood with stitched over sinew covering and soft metal (brass) throat with lock-hooks. For mod 1903 Springfield rifle.
#2) Rare, clearly marked British Victoria Regina 1892 Sanderson, Sheffield Bayonet and scabbard with 12″ blade. Potentially for the 1888 303 Enfield. Ricasso also shows War Department and inspection marks. Very light rust and no splits to wood hilt or damage to blade. Scabbard is nickel plated steel, probably dress with metal belt clip, no dents, light rust can be cleaned up. This bayonet was utilized in the 2nd Boer War in South Africa but also in WWI (Priscilla Archibald Estate, Duxbury, MA).