Need help with a bayonet

pa plateau hiker

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I bought this bayonet years ago at a gun show and now thanks to TreasureNet, maybe I can get some info on it. It is 22" long.
 

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It's actuallty a "Sanderson" 1907 Pattern; made in England for WWI to fit the SMLE rifle. They had unit markings, so some are rarer and worth more than others. That part I can't help you with. I'm guessing yours was made in April of 1918 (4 18)
 
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Thanks for the help. I don't think I paid more then $5 for it. But like I said, that was years ago.
 
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