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  • United States Army Bayonet c. 1812
        This item can currently be found at the Willoughby Museum.
      This item can currently be found at the Willoughby Museum.
  • Bayonets- c.1812-1814
        These are a few examples of steel bayonets from the War of 1812-1814. The largest bayonet’s base (most likely British) measures 10cm long, 2.5cm in diameter and the blade is 41.5cm long and 2.5 cm wide at the base tapering to a sword point. It was found at the corner ...
      These are a few examples of steel bayonets from the War of ...
  • Remnant of the Tip of a Bayonet Sheath
        This is a remnant of the tip of a bayonet sheath which can be found at the Battleground Hotel Museum.
      This is a remnant of the tip of a bayonet sheath which ...
  • Brown Bess Bayonet c.1812-1814
        This is a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a Brown Bess musket. There is an inscription on the base of the stock that looks to be an underlined “A” with “33” below.
      This is a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on ...
  • Homemade Bayonet c.1812-1814
        A homemade bayonet that was designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket. It is of the styling favored most by the militia units during the War of 1812. Its unique length and lack of a rear reinforcing ring confirms this weapon was not manufactured by an ...
      A homemade bayonet that was designed to fit on the muzzle of ...
  • British Bayonet c.1812-1814
        This is a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket. Unique markings include a crown with the inscriptions “40”, “WHEELER”, “O”, and a “V” on the front of the blade. On the socket there are also inscriptions which are “QLI” (underlined) ...
      This is a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on ...
  • Brown Bess Bayonet
        This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a Brown Bess musket. It is slightly bent at the tip and unique markings on the blade include: a crown with “31”, “I. Salter” and what looks to be a carved “I”. The bayonet blade is 42cm long ...
      This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of ...
  • British Bayonet Sheath
        This is a black leather bayonet sheath that measures 37.5cm in length. There is also a frog clip that was used to mount it on a belt. Stamped into the sheath near the frog clip are the markings: “E”, an arrow, “D” and a crown just above. These markings tell ...
      This is a black leather bayonet sheath that measures 37.5cm in length. ...
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