MINTY, EXTREMELY RARE MAKER-MARKED SOCKET BAYONET FOR THE GREENE BREECH-LOADING RIFLE

$850.00 SOLD
Originally $950.00

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Item Code: E2193

The A. H. Waters Armory of Millbury, MA made a total of only 1,500 Greene rifles from 1859 to the early 1860s. Actual quantity of Greene bayonets produced are unknown but this handsome, brightly finished specimen is 20¾" long total, ¾" wide with a socket 3" long. Its mint blade bears an absolutely stunning, shiny bright, original finish and exhibits the maker's initials of "J. D. G." clearly stamped with 1/8" high letters into the blade near the neck. No pitting or nicks.

Original socket bayonets for the Greene Rifles are just not out there in the collecting community today. This Greene bayonet specimen, in simply fabulous original condition, would surely enhance any military edged weapon collection.

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