SOLD Rare WWII Polish Army Bayonet PERKUN For a Mauser Rifle
SOLD Rare WWII Polish Army bayonet wz.M.1929 “PERKUN” (Towarzystwa Motorów PERKUN w Warszawie) for a Polish Mauser rifle with very rare marking, and muzzle ring.
CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS: Steel, wood.
MARKINGS: The bayonet has very clear maker and proof marks:
Right ricasso; Polish eagle over W.P, (Wojsko Polskie = Polish Army)
Left ricasso: “A” in a rectangular panel, PERKUN and “M” within a triangle. Inspector acceptance mark
The cross guard stamped with serial number.
Inner said of the pommel stamped with Polish eagle.
Mouth of the scabbard stamped on outer site within “M” in a triangle.
Overall length of the bayonet in the scabbard: 40 cm (15.75 inches)
Overall Length without the scabbard: 38 cm (14.96 inches)
Blade Length: 24.7 cm (9.72 inches)
CONDITION: in good condition considering its age. The release button works fine; scabbard and iron parts of the hilt slightly pitted.
We were fortunate to acquire this very rare hard to find bayonet, together with other Polish antiques, including antique Polish arms and armour from an old Canadian collection.