New Hampshire-marked French Model 1771 Locking Ring Socket Bayonet
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New Hampshire-marked French Model 1771 Locking Ring Socket Bayonet, c. 1771, bayonet with retaining ring, marked on the socket "No. 64," with crisp French maker's stamps on the base of the blade, overall lg. 17 1/2 in.
Provenance: The George C. Neumann collection.
Literature: Illustrated and described in George C. Neumann, Battle Weapons of the American Revolution (Scurlock; Texarkana, TX, 1998), p. 289, fig. 33.BB.
In very good condition with no rust or pitting, marking is very crisp.
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