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  • Subject: Bayonets
  • Bayonet from an Officer’s Fusil Musket
        This bayonet is of an officer’s fusil musket design. It has a triangular blade and is date circa 1812. A bayonet is a steel blade that is designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been ...
      This bayonet is of an officer’s fusil musket design. It has a ...
  • 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.
  • Bayonet Sheath c. 1800
        A metal bayonet sheath, measuring 23 ¼ x 1 1/2 . This item can currently be found at the Willoughby Museum.
      A metal bayonet sheath, measuring 23 ¼ x 1 1/2 . This ...
  • Bayonet- c. 1812-1814
        This triangular bladed bayonet was designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been on arguably every soldier’s firearm during the War of 1812-1814. Further research in 2010 shows it is a Snider bayonet with no ...
      This triangular bladed bayonet was designed to fit on the muzzle of ...
  • Harvey 50 Bayonet
        This bayonet, with a broken tip, would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. There are markings on the bayonet which include: “Harvey” with an outline of a heart on the base of the blade and ...
      This bayonet, with a broken tip, would have been designed to fit ...
  • Bayonet Blade
        This steel bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. There are no visible identifying marks but it is the proper size and shape of an early 19th century British bayonet. A bayonet would have ...
      This steel bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle ...
  • Bayonet
        This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. There is a marking on the blade that has a triangular-like symbol with a “3” below. A bayonet would have arguably been on every soldier’s firearm ...
      This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of ...
  • 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 ...
  • Bayonet Socket
        This is a bayonet socket with a small portion of the blade attached that was discovered in the Niagara River. A bayonet is a steel blade that is designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have ...
      This is a bayonet socket with a small portion of the blade ...
  • Bayonet
        This bayonet, dated 1812-1814, has triangular blade. It was recovered from the Niagara River in 1980.
      This bayonet, dated 1812-1814, has triangular blade. It was recovered from the ...
  • Bayonet
        This triangular bayonet is dated circa 1812 and has the distinctive markings “S. Chambers” and “46 (Crown)” on the blade. A bayonet was designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been on arguably every soldier’s ...
      This triangular bayonet is dated circa 1812 and has the distinctive markings ...
  • United States Army Bayonet
        This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. There is an inscription near the socket that reads “US, F.B.” A bayonet would have arguably been on every soldier’s firearm during the War of 1812-1814.
      This bayonet would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of ...
  • Bayonet (Bent)
        This is a portion of a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. The socket is complete and the blade has been bent. A bayonet would have been on arguably every soldier’s firearm ...
      This is a portion of a bayonet that would have been designed ...
  • Brown Bess Bayonet
        This is a portion of a bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. The socket is complete. However, approximately 2/3 of the blade is missing. A bayonet would have been on arguably every ...
      This is a portion of a bayonet that would have been designed ...
  • Bayonet Blade
        This is a portion of a triangular bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been on arguably every soldier’s firearm during the War of 1812-1814.
      This is a portion of a triangular bayonet that would have been ...
  • Bayonet Tip
        This is the tip of a triangular bayonet that would have been designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been on arguably every soldier’s firearm during the War of 1812-1814.
      This is the tip of a triangular bayonet that would have been ...
  • Scabbard and Belt Belonging to John Whitmore
        This scabbard and belt, belonging to John Whitmore, features a buckle and was fashioned to hold a bayonet around the waist of a soldier. According to Niagara Historical Society Publication #8 "Mr. Whitmore served in the Militia during the war, was at the taking of Fort Niagara and was one ...
      This scabbard and belt, belonging to John Whitmore, features a buckle and ...
  • J. Hill Bayonet
        This triangular bayonet is dated circa 1810-1820 and has the distinctive markings “J. Hill, (Crown) 19” on the actual blade and “110 1 G DS” on the base. A bayonet is a steel blade that is designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it ...
      This triangular bayonet is dated circa 1810-1820 and has the distinctive markings ...
  • Bayonet
        This triangular bayonet is made of iron and would have been used on a musket. A bayonet is a blade that is designed to fit on the muzzle of a rifle or musket barrel, making it into a close range weapon. This would have been on arguably every soldier’s firearm ...
      This triangular bayonet is made of iron and would have been used ...
  • 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 ...
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