Welcome to WW2Buyer.com
David Mattey of WW2Buyer.com
is a conscientious dealer with over 40 years experience in the purchase and sale of Medals ,Decorations , Arms and Militaria.
David who has worked from his high street premises for the last twenty years acts as buyer to city investment groups ,Advanced collectors and the premier specialist websites.
David believes that investors are happy to pay a premium for expertise, research and unconditionally guaranteed exhibits.
WW2Buyer.com are engaged in the purchase of Allied And Axis Uniforms ,Daggers,Medals, Awards, Orders, Decorations and associated “Militaria.
If you believe you have already obtained a fair offer David welcomes the opportunity of offering a confidential second opinion.
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Before consigning militaria for sale by auction please be aware that 35%-44% of the total paid by the buyer will be lost to the auctioneer. If you have obtained suggested reserve figures from auctioneers
WW2Buyer.comwill pay 100% of these immediately.
Contact: David Mattey
Tel: 01903-884602 Mobile 07860747027
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The 1907 pattern bayonet first active saw service at the start of the First world war or the Great War as it was known at the time .
The Pattern 1907 bayonet was developed for British Army use after the introduction of the Short, Magazine Lee Enfield Rifle.
It was decided to introduce a long ‘sword’ bayonet, as the existing Pattern 1888 and 1903 bayonets were not considered to offer sufficient ‘reach’ in combination with the new ‘short’ rifle.
Experiments were made with bayonets based on Japanese, US and French models, with the former eventually being selected. Initially the Pattern 1907 featured a hooked quillon, but this was removed from October 1913.
The Pattern 1907 remained in front-line service until 1945 (even later in the hands of Australian and Indian forces). The only further changes made in its manufacture was the addition of a cleaning hole in the pommel from 1916 onwards and shaped frog stud replacing the original round domed button style.
WW1 Bayonet prices have remained steady in the case of the WW1 Bayonet prices .