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    Posted: May 24 2013 at 8:43pm
Gentlemen... I'm off back to sunnier locations, and to be reunited with my family. USA.. here I come!!! [<:o)]   

The downside is, its going to cost me the earth to move all of my collections over with me. So, something has to go. Sadly, my '07' collection is one of those casualties. The following is a listing of the first twenty from my collection. I appreciate that the lighting is not the best, so if there is interest in a certain item, I will produce specific photographs... with hopefully better lighting conditions.

Each item will be wrapped in 'bubble wrap', then encased in a postal cardboard tube, the ends of which will be secured by cable-ties (as illustrated below). For added security, the tube caps will be padded out, then taped over.
 
The postage will be inline to where the item has to be sent. I will try and acquire the following postal options:- Standard, Tracked-Signed for, Surface.

I'm asking £100 each + Postage.
As of today's date: 28th July 2013, all remaining '07's are reduced to £60 + Postage!
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          The Royal Mail no longer accepts knives of any kind for postage abroad. This means a very expensive move to couries like 'DHL' or 'UPS' for international posting. An estimated cost by 'DHL' for posting an '07' international is £20.

Here we go...

First:-



Chapman - 7-18 (July 1918)
Sanderson - 3-15 (March 1915) SOLD!
Wilkinson Pall Mall - 11-17 (November 1917) SOLD!
Wilkinson Pall mall - 9-17 (September 1917)
Chapman - 7-18 (July 1918)

Second:-



Sanderson - 6-18 (June 1918) SOLD!
Wilkinson - 1-17 (January 1917) SOLD!

Sanderson - 3-18 (March 1918)
Chapman - 10-18 (October 1918) SOLD!
Wilkinson - 11-18 (November 1918)

Third:-



Wilkinson Pall Mall - 5-18 (May 1918)
Sanderson - 11-17 (November 1917) SOLD!
Wilkinson - 4-15 (April 1915)
Wilkinson - 8-18 (August 1918)
Sanderson - 9-17 (September 1917) SOLD! (pending payment)

Fourth:-



Sanderson - 10-18 (October 1918) SOLD!
Chapman - 5-17 (May 1917) SOLD!
Sanderson - 3-15 (March 1915)
EFD - 6-15 (June 1915)
EFD - 6-10 (June 1910)
Thank you gentlemen!

NOTE TO MEDERATORS!
I'm not certain where this thread should go. So if you feel it should be moved... I'm more than happy for that to happen.
This is MY rifle, there are many like, but this one... is MINE!
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WOW!Thats some mighty fine cutlery,mate!
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Thanks Hoadie. Unfortunately... needs must. I've got to list 300 books, 500 Silk Embroidered Postcards, several pieces of ordnance, and numerous cap badges, as well as 500 assorted DVD's...
This is MY rifle, there are many like, but this one... is MINE!
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Cap Badges?
Do tell...
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I've got those in storage at present. Need to get them out along with books and things. Is there anything in particular that your searching for, or interested in?

Mine are all British WW1.
This is MY rifle, there are many like, but this one... is MINE!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote yoeri Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 24 2013 at 11:30pm
gues transport to belgium isn't that simple..

there are some beauties under them :)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sarge Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: May 25 2013 at 2:02am
yoeri...

Are you referring to the postage for the bayonets?
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naw..any brit stuff is desired by me
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Sarge,

Might you have a copy of the book:"India's Enfields."   written by Edwards?

Thanks,

Ed


Originally posted by Sarge Sarge wrote:

I've got those  in storage at present. Need to get them out along with books and things. Is there anything in particular that your searching for, or interested in?

Mine are all British WW1.
Always looking for military manuals, Dodge M37 items,books on Berlin Germany, old atlases ( before 1946) , military maps of Scotland. English and Canadian gun parts.
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can you post a list of the books?

i meant , is it anyway possible to send a bayo from uk to belgium by mail...
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Yoeri...

I don't see why not. Does your postal service allow bayonets through the post? I'll certainly enquire, but that won't be until Tuesday, as we have a bank-holiday here on Monday.

paddyofurniture...

Yes I do, but not here. Its in the USA with the other half of my library and collections. If it were not so costly, I would not need to sell what I am. Its heart breaking having to do this, especially as these collections have been built up over several years. They have also entailed quite a lot of hard work. Still.. its all to the good.

I am actually keeping a few bayonets. Between here and the USA, I have one a complete collection of Remington made '07's = March to December 1915. I also have 3/4 of the production dates for Vickers, which were August 1917 to December 1918.

I'll be letting my Remington M-17 go soon. But am having great difficulty deciding whether or not to let a Remington-1918 go or not?
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Hi Sarge,
Nice collection pity your looking to sell, what is the postal charge in the UK.
 
 
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Bloody expensive...

For within the UK, I'm looking at a few quid. Obviously the cost is inline with the packaging used. Are you interested in anything?
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Hi Sarge,
Oh yes but which one, either a Wilkinson Pall Mall 11-17 or Wilkinson 4-15 or a Sanderson 9-17
Are you North or South in the UK ? I have a dealer friend that maybe interested in bulk buy will pass details on after the Bank Holiday, Bisley tomorrow will spread the word for you if thats ok.
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Spread the word... Thanks... Yes! I'd love to see these all go to good homes.
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what a fantastic array of blades , where were you ten years ago when i was seking out these ? i think i now know why they were so hard to find decent ones
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