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Mickjam

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Mickjam

Hi 

Does anybody know what the following markings are on a 1914 Lithgow bayonet crossguard.     

A1C   342        

Thanks in advance.

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Nutting

A1C or AIC?

 

Nigel

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trajan

This one sounds right up SS's street so I'll leave it to him before attempting a guess!

 

Trajan

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Mickjam

It looks like A1C

 

 

Mick

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trajan

No chance of a photograph?

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shippingsteel

The marking is possibly ... A^C  with the A.C. standing for Australian Commonwealth.

The arrow was commonly used with the early markings but I have never seen used in conjunction with the A.C.?

A photo would help to show what the layout looks like. Without a photo to illustrate context we are just guessing.?

 

Cheers, SS

 

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Mickjam

Thanks  lads

This is only photo available at moment.

croped lithgow.jpg

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trajan

Odd... And whatever it is there were another 341 serialled this way... Perhaps a Cadet force issue? 

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