WWI 1907 British Bayonet Crown Blade Australian Kinson

Description: This appears to be a WWI 1907 British bayonet. The blade is marked on both sides of the ricasso. One side is marked with a crown and a "GR" under it, under that it is marked, "1907/IL Kinson." The other side is marked with a arrow symbol above a large "X". Around the large X are three other smaller symbols with letters such as, "X/E/F/W." The handle is marked with a "15/E" on both sides. The butt of the handle is marked, "2/N/927." The blade measures about 17 inches long. The entire bayonet measures about 22 inches.
Condition: Overall this item is in about very good condition. The blade may have been sharpened at one point but it has no major chips/losses. The wood grip looks to be original and has only one major chip in it. The grips have multiple dents and scratches in them that go along with their age. The metal on the handle has a few small chips as well as a nice patina. This is a wonderful item that would be a great addition to multiple collections.

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