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Identifying marks on Bayonets


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Guest Raindancer

Greetings All

I am wondering if anyone can help me understand identifying marks on a bayonet?

I have seen a 1907 pattern bayonet with the following and wondered if it is an identifying mark of a bayonet issued to a regiment?

T 9GOR 95 on the handle and 95W on the scabbard.

Thanks

Rog

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T on the hilt ususally means a territorial unit, 9GOR is the 9th bn Gordon Highlanders and 95 is the rack number or weapon number. There should be lots of other markings on the ricasso of the blade. If you want to know what they are just post them here.

Tom

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