Canadian WW2 No.4 Mk II bayonet made at Long Branch in Ontario. Long Branch produced 910,000 of the No.4 Mk II spike bayonets between 1941 and 1945. This bayonet is identical to the British No.4 Mk II spike bayonet. Only the markings are different.
The socket block is stamped with the pattern designation and a partially struck Long Branch maker’s mark. The socket also bears a Canadian Government ownership mark, an arrow within a capital C. The opposite side of the block bears a stamp that I believe corresponds to the rifle it was issued with. The bayonet and scabbard are in great condition and retain their original black finish.
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