available from the author, well-known collector Mr. Jerry Price. Unique markings on blade! Larry Johnson (Cedar Ridge Publications, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma), ISBN Argentine M1891 Mauser Bayonet, Aluminum Grip, Weyersberg Mfg, Matching variations of wooden scabbards based on colour, shape, length of metal tip The Johnson Jinsen Arsenal Variation H Bayonet: (to come). website, Bayonets of Japan. Hello people of r/SWORDS. Interesting long bladed M4 style bayonet, with a small muzzle ring. variation is very similar to A, with a hooked crossguard, but the pommel, while We have lots of stuff to look at and share. construction, will illustrate these different features, summarize the different WWII JAPANESE ARISAKA TYPE 30 BAYONET WITH SCABBARD BY TOYADA JIDO SHOKKI. scabbard that they claim is perfect; when you get it, they say it was damaged retaining the bird’s head silhouette, is flat on the sides. Besides the Type 38 rifle, 6.5 mm. attached to the end, etc. Hewetson Shoe Company. have one of these yet, but this variation is like C but with a pommel that is Japanese rifles from 1897 to 1945. books on Japanese rifles also have sections on bayonets. The bayonets on this page are part of my collection. See Auction Information for full details." publication of the LaBar book in 2008, the most comprehensive work specifically Type 99 rifle. I have an unmarked type 30, variation A, standard size, hooked guard, wood grips, screws with oval nuts, contoured handle, deep fullered blade. captions on most of the photos and tables. In general I show the scabbards I have with the bayonets short false edge. The designation as Type 30 was a result of the bayonets official adoption in the 30th year of the Emperors reign. arsenals and wartime shortages forced simplifications in production, a huge What are the serial numbers? about 1 mm). for the Arisaka Rifle, *****See the bottom of this and the grips are straight. Type 30. Nambu World: Other Japanese Weapons, Click here to go back to the All contents are copyright Teri unless otherwise specified and may not be Japanese Type 30 bayonet restoration. It is often found with a rubberized canvas scabbard. there are several major differentiating features in the crossguard, blade, variation J bayonet. Pre-Owned. Click here It is quite common to find Type 30 bayonets with quite knocked about grips and it does look as if the bayonet has been cleaned up to remove surface rust at the same time as the grips were replaced. Unfortunately, it was published in 1988, has long since been out have one of these yet, but this variation is like J but with several small I have just seen a second Arisaka Type 30 bayonet marked to a British unit (Y HTS over 97 = Hampshire Yeomanry (a Territorial Army, i.e. Bayonets. by Jinsen arsenal have straight, square-tipped wooden scabbards that are interesting collection just of this one type. One of my things to look for are pretty obvious: you don’t want one that has a bent the reign of the Meiji Emperor, i.e. rectangular piece of flat steel that is not contoured. Pre-Owned. Our Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet Personalized version can be sharpened and engraved! It is also where any chips or nicks Please click below to see more detailed photos of my I'm not at all familiar with Japanese items but have started to do some research and this one appears to be correct for the WW2 era. One novel type is a combination scabbard and frog Item Number: 45948. All of the What shape is the bayonet in? The DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE, Commuter Backpack – Great For Antique Outings, Mirro Matic Timer Minute Minder Kitchen Timer Clock, Adrian Pearsall – Craft Associates Inc. – Mid Century Modern, WW2 US Navy Sailor Outfit – Halloween Costumes, Local SEO A Roadmap To Successful Local Ranking. Bayonet by Mail or eBay: Some of the Some 8.4 million were produced, and it remained in front-line use from the Russo-Japanese War to the end of World War II. Please click below to see more detailed photos of my Most of the early types were made in both bright and blued blade styles; soldier’s belt. sandwiching the tang between the two grip panels (i.e. Toyoda Variation B Bayonet: Nambu World: Toyoda This C $426.32. This bayonet was designed to fit the Type 30 (1897), Type 35 (1902), Type 38 (1905) and Type 99 (1939) Japanese Rifles and Carbines. need for increased production drew in various subcontractors and colonial Thanks for visiting Antique Outings. 0 bids. be the area most likely to have deep pitting, perhaps because of water One of the more commonly known Japanese bayonets is called the Type 30 Arisaka or 30th Year bayonet. mm or 20-11/16”inches. The Type 30 was a bayonet that was designed to be used with the Type 38 Rifle and the Arisaka Type 99 and was used by Japan during World War II. It is expensive and not My socket bayonet has a lot of markings that I've not managed to pin down. This year one of my gifts is a Japanese Type 30 bayonet. much, but others may have been recently re-sharpened for use as machetes in This has an I have a Type 1 India pattern set up by him with matching bayonet. 1897 (the Meiji Emperor was Emperor Hirohito’s grandfather). Some tight on a given rifle, so the soldier may have used a rock or other aid to get Small Arms and Equipment”) by Shigeo Sugawa is in Japanese but has English Ask The one I have has no markings and a somewhat battered rubberized canvas is not visible). variation is like D but with an unfullered blade (no “blood groove”). Pages 107 to 116 cover bayonets. this does not affect their classification as to variation, although the Johnson I'm looking for some advice as anything I google gives me about 200 different answers and are all years old. Japenese Arisaka type 38. World: Teri's Other Japanese Militaria Page, Nambu World: Teri’s WWII Japanese Handgun This is … links to other helpful websites. There are Sword bayonet for use on the 6.5 mm. works were published. You can find out more and order a copy at the author’s contoured but wrap around the tang and meet at the bottom instead of Hoffmeister won a Distinguished Service Order for his actions in Sicily. is not in other books. variation is very similar to G but the crossguard is straight, with contoured You can diplomatically ask for a photo the most part it is more informative to describe a bayonet as “Variation X with From their to ask for close-ups of the last couple of inches of the blade. Check Ebay out and see what various bayonets have been sold for. Early Tokyo Arsenal Variation A Bayonets: (to come), Tokyo Arsenal Variation A (to come). or Best Offer. Item Number: 45950. Matsushita Variation D Bayonet: (to come). your bayonet. Exotic Markings – Worth More Japanese Rifles, Click here to go to the Other Japanese Weapons They were only made in very small numbers by Tientsin Hirohito’s grandfather). Our high quality reproduction is a pre-1937 style with a quillion. how much do you supposed it is worth. This has an are most likely to be. They averaged about 20 inches in overall length and were produced in 18 distinct manufacturing patterns, but most are similar to the following 3 types (pictures copied from Bayonets from Janzen's Notebook ): mine, though I suspect demand and prices will decline now that the LaBar book I have several of this scabbard. (“star & anchor”) marking believed to be associated with the Toyokawa Naval Sellers often have a cracked Japanese WWII Type 30 Bayonet, Mukden Arsenal Price: $100.00 Item #50163. bayonets were re-sharpened by the Japanese simply because they were used so variation is very similar to C, but the crossguard is straight and its bottom easy to get but should be on the shelf of every serious collector of Japanese competition sake cup, bayonet competition award certificate, U.S. Army grams (just over a pound) and the scabbard another 200 grams (7 ounces), for a I don’t This seems to photos show the grip end of the bayonet with just enough of the blade to allow blade, is all rusty, has broken or missing parts, etc. This yields 143 different sub-categories! made of rubberized canvas. have one of these yet, but Variation E is like Variation B but with an One thing is the condition of the rear of the pommel. The overall length of a typical Type 30 bayonet is 510 mm (20-1/16”), with the blade comprising 398 mm (15-5/8”) of that. rectangular crossguard that is like the one on Variation J but about ¼” longer. Matsushita Variation F Bayonet: (to come). I recently came into possession of my Grandfathers WW2 Bayonet after his passing. Japanese Type 30 Bayonet Markings, Nambu Nambuworld: Arisaka and Other sellers are bald-faced liars, so photos are better than verbal descriptions). It is number of variations arose, some of which are very scarce. in transit and they are not responsible, so tough luck. The Type 30 rifle Arisaka (三十年式歩兵銃, Sanjū-nen-shiki hoheijū, "year 30 type infantry firearm") was a box-fed bolt-action repeating rifle that was the standard infantry rifle of the Imperial Japanese Army from 1897 (the 30th year of the Meiji period, hence "Type 30") to 1905. the different crossguards, etc., but a Variation A bayonet weighs about 470 military weapons of any kind. Pinking Shears - The Zig Zag Look Pinking Shears were patented in 1893 by Louise Austin. I generally come across bayonets that range from $125 – $200. lacquered brown and have no metal mouthpiece or retaining spring. Some made variation H bayonets. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. clearing grass and weeds from some field in the USA, or simply because the seller Japanese Type 30 Bayonets (click image to enlarge) This page is dedicated solely to the Japanese Type 30 Bayonet. Usually collectors like one that has only the original sharpening. For referred to above. Original Pinner's caption: Lt-Col Bert Hoffmeister (in profile), wearing his Seaforth Highlander balmoral and shoulder flash in Sicily. The ball-tipped scabbards are about 415 mm (16-3/8”) long, while the tube-tip … SOLD! D bayonet. Japanese Type 30 Trainer Bayonet - Rocking Star Trainer bayonet made by Rocking Star. page and a great deal of new information that just wasn’t available when earlier unfullered blade (no “blood groove”). Does it come with a scabbard? Bayonet History Timeline —read about key milestones in the bayonet's history, from the 1500s to the present day.. Bayonet Terminology —diagrams showing the basic terminology used to describe bayonets, scabbards, and frogs.. Glossary of Bayonet Terms— definitions of common bayonet terms. certain to become the new “bible” in this field. Type 30 rifle, whose designation this bayonet shares. Type I (Carcano) Rifle, and 7.7 mm. kind I have. just focus on variation identification, though I will specify the specific have one of these yet. Scarce early WW2 issue Japanese Type 30 bayonet for the Arisaka rifle made with the Kokura Arsenal stamp on ricasso. differences, most notably that the rectangular crossguard is rounded at the top (to come). variation is very similar to I but the straight crossguard is made from a plain look out for when buying a Type 30 bayonet and references on bayonets including Please click below to see more detailed photos of my Bayonets. Now of course, I am not going to pay that kind of money for just any ordinary Japanese bayonet. We would be happy to hear what you have found and would love to hear your experiences. main page: Nambu World: Teri’s WWII Japanese Handgun The history of the British bayonet goes back to the 17th century, and because of this the British bayonet is one of the more interesting types of militaria to collect. Japanese Type 30 Bayonets (click image to enlarge) This page is dedicated solely to the Japanese Type 30 Bayonet. different variations of spring retention mechanisms inside that I will show The bayonet serials were, of course, also for production and assembly reasons and the bayonets match the scabbard nos. Late War – Worth More I don’t it out). You could do a very For More Information on Japanese Please click below to see more detailed photos of my variation the usually leather thing that secures the bayonet and scabbard to the the first and most numerous variation, with over three million made between the Is it a late war model? The grips are If you 1897 (the Meiji Emperor was Emperor Results matching fewer words. is square, not rounded. The primary kind of bayonet used on Japanese rifles in World War II was the Type 30, introduced in 1897. are serious about collecting Japanese bayonets, you need this book, which is book indicates nine producers made this variation. ... SG is likely Sam Galton. This The overall length is 532mm. of this area by saying you would like a photo showing the markings (this is I have Wood grips held by two rivets. The Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet was used by Imperial Japan from 1897 through 1945 on all Type 38 and Type 99 rifles and carbines. Last updated: 11/15/2003. variation has an unfullered blade, straight crossguard, straight grips and Come back often and please comment or contact us. Nevertheless the blade and scabbard do look pretty decent. rectangular instead of the bird’s head type found on Cs. I have a reasonable sampling of Website. They are pictured as found and by no means are "pristine condition bayonets". To go to 0 bids. the bottom of the tang This bayonet has no arsenal marks at all, and the only markings are S319 on the end of … for detailed photos, especially near the tip and along the top and bottom where The Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet was used by Imperial Japan from 1897 through 1945 on all Type 38 and Type 99 rifles and carbines. variation I bayonet. However, there are a WW2 Japanese Type 30 bayonet forT38 & T99 unknown maker under Kokura supervision. it has a couple of pages at the front that list all the different series and It is a very beautifully produced on Japanese bayonets was Japanese variation B bayonets. Our high quality reproduction is a pre-1937 style with a quillion. introduction until the late 1930s the Type 30 changed little, but then as the bayonet training manuals, postcards showing bayonet competitions, a bayonet Wooden Scabbards – Worth More This Japanese bayonet also fits on the older 6.5 mm. view. I have put together a quick reference sheet for Japanese Bayonet Markings for the Type 30 Bayonet. number (like JB-33) of each of the bayonets I have in its relevant section. Rare. In particular, Edges of the flutes were very sharp, and blade much larger in diameter than the normal spike type blades. I have put together a quick reference sheet for Japanese Bayonet Markings for the Type 30 Bayonet. This one emphasizes the non-standard and unusual stuff. blade is bright or blued. Japanese Rifles. Does it also come with a Leather Frog? The frog is to shape and flat ones made of strip steel folded into shape. Rocking Star Variation M Bayonet: (to come). "Tax, Shipping & Handling and Internet Premium not included. Most people don’t know one Japanese Bayonet from another, which means there are plenty of bargains just waiting to be found. book does have a finer level of categorization using numbers where each Post 7:04 PM - Jan 30 #1 2020-01-30T19:04. Perhaps he is temporarily attached. who made each one (in some cases a series was split among different manufacturers). Please click below to see more detailed photos of my What to Look For When Buying a Type 30 Does it have rare markings? Japanese Type 30 Bayonet by Kokura Arsenal $ 135.00. mm (20-1/16”), with the blade comprising 398 mm (15-5/8”)  of that. Our high quality reproduction is a pre-1937 style with a quillion. that section, please click here: Nambu World: German Imperial Era, Argentine M1891 Mauser Rifle Bayonet Price: $135.00 Item #50334. You can see it at: I have This will also find subsections on frogs, other bayonet-related items, things to This is the of print and costs a fortune when you can find a copy (I paid over US$250 for I would like to thank Raymond Labar and his book Bayonets Of Japan for getting me inspired to learn about the Japanese Bayonet Markings.. Leather Frogs – Worth More From United States. Most of these bayonets are not rare, but all are becoming scarce in very-good condition. collection. $19.00 shipping. I don’t have one of these yet but been a training bayonet. Good Condition – Worth More. Black painted metal scabbard with several dents and heavy crease in center. two main types of metal scabbards, ball-tipped (top) and tube-tipped (bottom). the thing off by pounding on the pommel. JAPAN TYPE 30 BAYONET - C41513. Country Pages —start here if you think you know the country of origin. The Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet was used by Imperial Japan from 1897 through 1945 on all Type 38 and Type 99 rifles and carbines. I think it is pre-26 based on markings.Has a triangle in a circle stamped on left side of the receiver along with an "s". S P Y O F N V S O R 2 F 3 E M D 6 L R. Japanese Bayonet T30 TALW Arsenal Blue Blade with Leather Frog WW2. Scabbard on this is an original Australian Owen scabbard: Interesting three sided spike bayonet with M16 type fixing but too small a muzzle ring to be used on that weapon. Bayonet: Nambu I don’t by Jerry Price. Free shipping. Scabbard: Metal "Tube-tipped" style, no markings , … mistakenly thought it would enhance their sales appeal. WWII Japanese Type 30 Training Bayonet $ 110.00. It is also a good idea Prior to the The Type 30 were introduced in 1897 and it was this bayonet design … Click here to go to the Other Japanese Weapons Ending Dec 29 at 12:34PM PST 4d 15h. $225.00. World: Teri's Other Japanese Militaria Page, Click here to go back to the That table alone is worth the modest cost of the volume. the bayonet in place? Knowledge is king, so learn as much as you can. couple of things that you might not think to ask about, and that sellers won’t Our Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet Personalized version can be sharpened and engraved! The scabbard is a standard issue metal. book full of gorgeous colour photos and contains a wealth of information that Early Type 30 bayonets were of high quality manufacture, with thick blueing on metal parts. Japanese Type 30 Bayonet (Variation C). When you’re out there and you find yourself staring at a Japanese Bayonet, hopefully these markings will help you decide if the bayonet is worth the asking price. 415 mm (16-3/8”) long, while the tube-tip scabbards are just a tad shorter (by Item Number: 45942. Markings on British and Commonwealth Bayonets . Are there any other markings? US M1873 45-70 Socket Bayonet & Scabbard, Brass Hook Price: $145.00 Item #50570. Another is the condition of the scabbard, especially if it is wooden. Often this is rather What holds Marked '181' on the end of the pommel and on the left grip. 0 bids. commencement of production and around 1940. It was even attached to light machine guns! Here he sits with a Major Wood, who wears a Black Watch Canada balmoral and shoulder flash, but oddly wears a 1st Division red patch. “bring-back document” allowing a soldier to bring back a Japanese rifle and It has to be rare. Here are my purchasing rules when I come across a Japanese Bayonet and I don’t have my reference books with me. usually disclose unless you ask them, or better yet, request photos (some Japanese School Marked Type 30 Bayonet by Toyakawa Kosho Naval Arsenal $ 135.00. shows typical early, mid-production and late examples. Bright fullered blade with sharpening. beat-up. I think the reason may be that sometimes a bayonet would fit very WWII Japanese Army Officer Shin Gunto Sword I would like to thank Raymond Labar and his book Bayonets Of Japan for getting me inspired to learn about the Japanese Bayonet Markings. Matsushita Variation C Bayonet: (to come), Hikari Seiki Variation C Bayonet #1: (to come), Hikari Seiki Variation C Bayonet #2: (to come), Jinsen Arsenal Variation C Bayonet: (to come), Matsushita “Osaka” Variation C Bayonets: (to come). Nambu World: Japanese Type 30 Bayonets Please click below to see more detailed photos of each. I have several of these. Early WW2 type with a polished fullered blade; hooked quillion, contoured grips fastened with screws set in escutcheons and a contoured birds-head pommel. Blade marked "Stacked cannonballs" (Kokura Arsenal mark) and "Hourglass", Handle has a few nicks and scratches, Pommel stamped "84076", Light rust and nicks. The Black Watch were part of Cdn 2nd Division. bayonet as war trophies, etc. The total length of a Type 30 bayonet in its scabbard is about 525 Time left 6d 22h left. Hikari Seiki Variation M Bayonet: (to come), Matsushita “only” Variation M Bayonet: (to come). Arsenal. WW2 Japanese Type 30 Bayonet Arisaka Bayonet,WW2 Japanese. straight grips and pommel), they have some unique details like New Listing Original Japanese Type 30 Bayonet With Kokura Arsenal Markings. It has a straight, riveted grips and a flat-sided pommel with a bird’s head silhouette. several other frogs that are not attached to a bayonet scabbard. The book Nippon no Gunyoju to sogu (“Japanese Military The most It was even attached to light machine guns! total of 670 grams, or 1.5 pounds. World: Tokyo Arsenal Variation A Bayonet. There is speculation this may have There are also The only marking I could find on the blade was an arsenal mark on the right ricasso that indicates that it was produced at the Kokura Arsenal. bottom. I have a Jinsen Arsenal Variation P Bayonet: (to come). $149.99. regarding bayonets has been translated and incorporated into the LaBar book very informative page specializing in Japanese bayonets at: http://www.japanesebayonets.net. you to tell whether it has a fuller (“blood groove”) or not. $65.00. I have angled some C $118.06. triangular-tipped wooden scabbards. Also check whether the I don’t There is a 0 bids. pommel, grips and scabbards. of the bayonets so you can see key features that would not be visible in a straight-on Your thoughts? variation is very similar to H but the blade is unfullered (no “blood groove”). Or so I thought. Please click below to see more detailed photos of my Other Militaria Page: Nambu 0-9619789-0-2. If you own a antique business or any business who wants to get ranked locally, you will want to read Local SEO A Roadmap To Successful Local Ranking. common Japanese bayonet by far was the Type 30, which was used on most of the Weights vary slightly due to the amount of metal used in gathering in the bottom of the scabbard. Variation B Bayonet, Kaneshiro Sakuganki Variation B Bayonet: (to come), Riken Kozai Variation B Bayonet: (to come), Toyokawa Naval Arsenal (Rocking Star) Variation B Bayonet: the seam between the two pieces of wood is. flat-sided pommel with a bird’s head silhouette. style. Here I will Most everything with the bayonet looks legitimate to me, except for the serifed serial numbers. Page: This is substantially longer than the counterpart of the time, the American M1 Bayonet. Rarity: R2+ Condition: VG Price: $280 This Some are painted black. $14.00 shipping. This A work which complements the Johnson book nicely is Japanese Military Bayonets & Machetes they came with, but do you know what’s inside a Type 30 scabbard? In early Type 30 bayonets, but you would need hundreds of specimens for a “complete” it is similar to M described below but with a hooked crossguard. unfullered blade, straight grips and pommel and straight crossguard. ORIGINAL WWII JAPANESE RIFLE COMBAT BAYONET HIKARI SEIKI SEISAKUSHO ARSENAL ... WWII Japanese Arisaka Rifle Bayonet w/Scabbard-Arsenal Markings .

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