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This is a very nice MkI 2nd type ‘P1888’ bayonet with the two brass rivets and an oil hole through the grip. The blade is marked with a Broad Arrow above WD, a crown over B 35 over bend test mark to one side and the other side carries ‘MOLE’ (R. Mole; maker Birmingham - (Mole being the producer of the lowest number of bayonets produced) 9 /92 (manufacture September 1892) and a number of inspection marks *see images. The pommel carries the number 58. The wooden slab grips with two brass rivets and oil hole are in very nice condition. The scabbard is a standard MkI with steel mounts and leather body. The leather, stitching and metalwork are all in very good order. See The Bayonet Book by Watts & White pages 321 & 387 No 802. The price for this rare manufacturer bayonet includes UK delivery. 20821:9.