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This 1907 pattern bayonet has very nice slab wooden grips secured by two screw bolts. The grips are stamped with the 'Crown'. The pommel release button operates as it should. The ricasso is stamped on one side with the Crown above 'GR' (George Rex) 1907 and with a partially visible year "8" (possibly 1918) and "Wilkinson Pall Mall". The reverse is stamped with inspection marks and War Department 'Broad Arrow'. The pommel, crossguard & slab wood grips are undamaged and secure. The bayonet is complete with an original brown leather No 1 MK2 scabbard with steel locket and chape. All leather and stitching are undamaged and intact. Along the reverse it is stamped "HGR 17" (1917). The frog is the webbing 1908 pattern with the addition of the webbing strap with brass tip to engage the webbing entrenching tool helve carrier. Many of these straps were later cut off and so finding complete frogs is now quite rare. (see 'Bayonet Belt Frogs Part 1' book by Anthony Carter, item 117 page 30 & information under item 122). This is a very nice WW1 combination with rare frog. The price includes UK delivery.