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  • Rare British soldiers naval 1907 pattern hooked quillon Lee Enfield bayonet nice solid relic, bent blade recovered near the village of Flers on the Somme battlefield 1916-1918. Flers was the first village captured using tanks in September 1916

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    This is a Rare British soldiers naval 1907 pattern hooked quillon Lee Enfield bayonet which is near complete missing wooden handle grips and guard. The bayonet is relic but not rusty at all as it has been very well cleaned it is still very solid the blade is full length but is bent from a impact hit it is also pitted as is the handle it is a nice condition relic it is perfect to display or any collection and a rare one for the collection. This bayonet was recovered in woods near the village of Flers on the Somme battlefield 1916-1918. Flers was the first village captured using tanks in September 1916 during the battle of the Somme.

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