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The hilt is steel with a 83mm long leather chequered grip and steel pommel. On the obverse is a steel spring, 64mm long, secured by a screw. This weapon is probably an example of the sword bayonet design originally for the 1855 Enfield rifle. It was later used with the Snider-Enfield of 1866 and then bushed to fit the 1873 Martini-Henry, being re-converted in 1891 for the Lee-Metford. This copy is not bushed. Generally speaking, it is probably of the type called the 'Snider bayonet'.
- Image reference: E1409
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London