Early Singer Made No4 MKII Spike Bayonet
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A Very Good and Scarce Early Singer Made No4 MKII Spike Bayonet
This example marked to the socket with G 'crown' R, No4MkII and SM for the Singer Manufacturing Company. This is the early marking before dispersal codes were introduced, Singer using code N67. It is the same as stamped on the MkI cruciform spike bayonet, and many have been converted to appear as MKI examples, making good condition unaltered examples such as this fairly scarce.
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One of a small collection of Spike bayonets uncovered recently, after around 15 years in storage. Expect rust, dust, old grease, grime etc, but all good untouched pieces, from one mans collection.
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