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MessageSujet: marquages britanniques   Dim 3 Nov - 17:36

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Il y avait un lien très intéressant sur les marquages britanniques mais ce lien n'est plus valide et je n'ai pas sauvegardé son contenu!
Je lance un appel aux bonnes âmes charitables du forum qui pourraient me communiquer son contenu ou l'équivalent en français si possible.
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MessageSujet: Re: marquages britanniques   Dim 3 Nov - 17:59

Salut,

Celui-ci fonctionne http://oldmilitarymarkings.com/brit_bayo.html

sinon voilà

Markings on British and Commonwealth Bayonets

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Last updated: 11/15/2003
The history of the British bayonet goes back to the 17th century, and because of this the British bayonet is one of the more interesting types of militaria to collect. The definitive work on the subject is undoubtedly British & Commonwealth Bayonets, by Skennerton and Richardson (ISBN 0-949749-04-4, copyright 1986, published by Ian D. Skennerton, distributed in Australia by Arms & Militaria Press, PO Box 80, Labrador 4215, Australia, and in North America by Arms & Militaria Press, PO Box 5659 Grants Pass, OR 97527 USA, and by I.D.S.A. Books, P.O. Box 1457, Piqua, OH 45356 USA), from which most of the information presented here has been gratefully pilfered. Information about the cyphers has been lifted from British Enfield Rifles, Volume 1, SMLE (No. 1) Rifles Mk I and Mk III, by Charles R. Stratton (ISBN 1-882391-16-0, published by North Cape Publications, P.O. Box 1027, Tustin, CA 92781 USA).

The information on British Regimental markings is extracted from British Military Bayonets from 1700 to 1945 , by R.J. Wilkinson Latham, 1967, Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) LTD., 178-202 Great Portland Street, London W.1.

Manufacturers and armorers stamped information on each bayonet about when and by whom it was manufactured, when and where reworked (if ever), and the like. Being able to read and interpret these markings enables the collector to ascertain some information about the weapon and possibly deduce some of its history, all of which adds to the collectibility of the piece. The following tables and diagrams illustrate the more common markings found on British and Commonwealth bayonets, organized by country.

Items in italics are updates based on personal communications.



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Contents


Terminology - names of bayonet parts
Cypher - Great Britain
Cypher - India
Markings - Great Britain
Markings - Australia
Markings - Canada
Markings - India
Markings - New Zealand
Markings - South Africa
Markings - Miscellaneous
British Regimental Markings
Examples

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Terminology - Names of Bayonet Parts

The names of the various parts of the bayonets and associated scabbards are listed in the following table and illustrated in the following diagrams.


Glossary - Names of bayonet parts Number Name Number Name
1 False edge 17 Shoulder
2 True edge 18 Locking ring
3 Fuller or blood groove 19 Elbow
4 Muzzle ring 20 Zig-zag slot
5 Crosspiece or crossguard 21 Chape
6 Bolt 22 Rivet
7 Grip 23 Locket
8 Pommel 24 Pipe back
9 Locking bolt 25 Ricasso
10 Press stud 26 Finial
11 Mortise slot 27 Quillon
12 Drain hole 28 Locking bolt spring
13 Frog stud 29 Knuckle guard
14 Mouthpiece 30 Hilt
15 Tip or point 31 Wire lace
16 Socket



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Socket Bayonet




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Knife Bayonet





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Sword Bayonet - 1





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Sword Bayonet - 2





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Sword Bayonet - 3




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Cypher - Great Britain

On British manufactured weapons the cypher consists of a stylized crown (the style of which changed over time) above the initials of the reigning monarch. The initials, monarch, and dates of reign are indicated in the following table.


Initials on British manufactured weapons Initials Monarch Dates
V.R. Victoria Regina (Queen Victoria) 1837-1901
E.R. Edwardius Rex (King Edward VII) 1901-1910
G.R. Georgius Rex (King George V) 1911-1936
E.R. Edwardius Rex (King Edward VIII) 1936
G.R. Georgius Rex (King George VI) 1937-1952

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Cypher - India

On Indian manufactured weapons produced prior to about 1952, the cypher also consists of a stylized crown above the initials of the reigning monarch, but the letter "I" (for Imperator) is added to the initials. In approximately 1952 (a few years after Indian independence) the crown was changed to an Ashoka (four crouched lions) and the initials were changed to R.F.I, for Rifle Factory Ishapore. The corresponding initials under the cypher are indicated in the following table.

(The cyphers on weapons produced in India are somewhat different. I cannot be certain that the following information applies to Indian-produced bayonets (since I don't own any), but it does apply to rifles and so the information is provided here for the sake of completeness.)


Initials on Indian manufactured weapons Initials Dates
E.R.I., G.R.I 1907-1943
G.R.I. 1944-1951
R.F.I. 1905-1970

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Markings - Great Britain

The following table lists the main markings found on British-manufactured bayonets. During (and after?) World War II Great Britain stamped manufacturing codes (much like Germany did) instead of manufacturer names on weapons parts. The table below does not contain all the codes, but rather just the ones used on bayonets, as identified in Skennerton's book.

Note: World War II codes consisted of a letter ("N", "M", or "S") followed by a number. "N" stands for "North", "M" for "Midlands", and "S" for "South".


Markings on British bayonets Marking Meaning
or Government acceptance mark
Sale or sold out of service mark
'89 Manufacture date (1889)
11 17 Manufacture date (November 1917)
CHAPMAN J. Chapman; maker
EFD, D, or ENFIELD Royal Arms Factory, Enfield; maker or repairer (D - post 1925)
J A C J. Chapman; maker
MOLE R. Mole; maker
RE Remington; maker
SANDERSON Sanderson Bros. & Neubold; maker
S & N Sanderson & Neubold; maker
W Winchester; maker
WILKINSON Wilkinson Sword Company; maker
W.S.C. Wilkinson Sword Company; maker
Hopkinson; maker
Royal Ordnance Factory, Poole
B. & J. S. Ltd B. & J. Sippel Ltd.
Vickers, Crayford; maker
F.F. & S. Ltd F. Fisher & Sons, Ltd.
F 191 France-British Electrical
H.G. Barrow, Hepburn & Gale Ltd.
J.W.(S) Ld J. Wilson Ltd.
S. M. Hopkinson contract (L1A4 bayonet)
S.M.C. or S.M. Singer Manufacturing Co.; maker
Scottish Motor Traction Co.
Cinque Port Artillery
V.N.S. Viners Ltd.
M 1 Accles & Pollack
M 44 J.B. Brooks & Co. Ltd.
M 47 A Birmingham Small Arms (B.S.A.), Small Heath; maker
M 53 Camelinat Ltd.
M 58 Jabez, Cliff & Co. Ltd.
M 78 Elkington; maker
M 121 W.J. Hill Ltd.
M 158 J. Lucas Ltd.
M 166 M.C.L. & Repetition Co. Ltd.
M 198 Morris Springs
N 26 F. Fisher & Sons, Ltd.
N 30 Howard & Bullough; maker
N 56 Prince-Smith & Stells; maker
N 64 Sheffield Steel Products
N 67 Singer Manufacturing Co.; maker
N 69 London Sand Blast & Decorative Glass Works
N 76 Temporal Spring Co. Ltd.
N 79 Viners, Ltd.; maker
N 96 Baird Engineering; maker
N 152 B. & J. Sippel Ltd.
N 165 Restwell Spring Co.
N 187 Radcliffe; maker
S 7 Auto Engineering
S 9 Barrow, Hepburn & Gale Ltd.
S 41 Grundy, Ltd.; maker
S 67 London Sand Blast
S 68 Lines Bros. Ltd.
S 128 Wembley Tool Co.
S 158 Bramlands Engineering
S 169 Chiswell Wire Co.
S 191 France-British Electrical
S 195 H.E. Gibbs
S 200 Gramophone Co.
S 201 Grant & West Ltd.
S 229 McLoughlin Machinery Ltd.
S 268 Shalston Engineering
S 286 Vanden Plas (Eng) 1923 Ltd.
S 294 Wilkinson Sword Company; maker
S 356 N.J. Edmunds Ltd.
S 361 S.E. Norris & Co.
S 376 Lewisham Engineering; maker
S 377 Joe Thompson
E-M Enfield-Martini
R.A.M.C. Medical Corps
U.M.P. Ulster Mounted Police
ONTEX Retailer's name (commercial bayonet)
Board of Ordnance acceptance mark
War Department acceptance mark (discontinued in 1895, although it's been reported on examples dated 1897 as well)
Enfield Royal Small Arms Factory (R.S.A.F.) inspection mark
Birmingham R.S.A.F. inspection mark
B.S.A. inspection mark
Wilkinson inspection mark
Birmingham R.S.A.F. repair mark
Solingen mark, British inspector
Liege (Belgium) mark, British inspector
French mark, British inspector
Cancellation mark
* Corrosion or rust mark
N Naval service
L Land (Army) service
D.P. Drill purpose
Downgraded, usually to drill purpose
Bending mark, proof of blade


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Markings - Australia


Markings on Australian bayonets Marking Meaning
Department of Defense
Department of Defense
A.M.C. Army Medical Corps (New South Wales)
LITHGOW Manufactured at Lithgow
LYSAGHT Manufacturer
MA Manufactured at Lithgow
MANGROVITE MANGROVITE Belting Pty. Ltd.
N.S.W. New South Wales
N.S.W.G. New South Wales Government
OA Manufactured at Orange
P.P.M.S.G. Victorian marking (Port Phillip)
Q.N.C. Queensland Naval Cadets
S.A. South Australia
SLAZ Slazenger (wood only)
V.A. Volunteer Artillery (New South Wales)
V.V. Victorian Volunteers
W Waxed finish, scabbard
W.T. William Tranter
Colt (US manufacture) (but possibly not; additional research underway)
Queensland Government
Queensland Police
1 M.D. 1st Military District (Queensland)
2 M.D. 2nd Military District (N.S.W.)
3 M.D. 3rd Military District (Victoria)
4 M.D. 4th Military District (South Australia)
5 M.D. 5th Military District (Western Australia)
6 M.D. 6th Military District (Tasmania)
Australian Forces, or Royal Australian Air Force (not certain)
Early Lithgow inspection mark
Lithgow inspection mark
Orange inspection mark
Government acceptance mark
Lithgow manufacture mark
Early Lithgow proof mark
Early Lithgow manufacture mark, with pattern acknowledgement (1907)
Australian manufacture mark with pattern acknowledgement, as seen on Pattern 1907 and Owen bayonets
Scabbard marking
Bend test mark, proof
9/47/R Refurbished, with month & year
10 '44 Month and year of manufacture
Sale mark


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Markings - Canada


Markings on Canadian bayonets Marking Meaning
Canadian Government ownership mark
Canadian Government ownership mark (post-WWII)
B C B G A British Columbia Brigade fo Garrison Artillery
B C P R British Columbia Provisional Regiment of Garrison Artillery
C R I Canadian Regiment of Infantry
D C Dominion of Canada
H L I Hochelaga Highland Light Infantry (reserve unit from Galt, Ontario)
L C Lower Canada
L C M Lower Canada Militia
M D Militia & Defense
M & D Militia & Defense
NELLA Nella Cutlery, maker of C7 bayonet
O R Oxford Rifles
P E I Prince Edward Island Regiment
P E I G A Prince Edward Island Garrison Artillery
P W R Prince of Wales Regiment
Q C B I Queens County Battalion of Infantry
R C A F Royal Canadian Air Force
R C N Royal Canadian Navy
R C R Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment
R R C I Royal Canadian Regiment of Infantry
s for Spencer rifle (found on elbow)
U C Upper Canada
U C M Upper Canada Militia
V M I Volunteer Militia Infantry
V M R Volunteer Militia Rifles
V R Victoria Rifles
Ross Factory inspection mark
Quebec Arsenal inspection mark
Long Branch
Canadian Arsenals Ltd.
Canadian Arsenals Ltd.
10/15 Acceptance date (into service)
Cancellation mark
Stevens-Savage (United States)
Stevens-Savage (United States)
Victory Plastics (U.S.-made Scabbards)


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Markings - India


Markings on Indian bayonets Marking Meaning
East India Co. ownership marking, Quartered Heart
(script) Various Indian script letters for issue marks and numbers
R.F.I. Rifle Factory Ishapore
F R 55 Factory Repair, 1955
J.U. (unknown) Jhelum Arsenal
M.I.L. Metal Industries, Lahore
N.W.R. North West Railways
S & R Swinburn & Son (?)
Bend test mark, proof
1 41 Date of manufacture, January 1941
Indian Government ownership marking, later version of E.I.G. mark
East India Government ownership mark, pre-Great War
Inspection mark, for East India Co.
Inspection mark, for East India Co.
Ishapore inspection mark
Indian inspection mark
12 / 14 Conversion date, December 1914


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Markings - New Zealand


Markings on New Zealand bayonets Marking Meaning
Ownership marking
Ownership marking


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Markings - South Africa


Markings on South African bayonets Marking Meaning
S.A. South Africa
S.A.P. South African Police
MAKERS S.A.R. & H South African Railways and Harbors Dept.
A E Co Manufacturer's initials
Cape Government, South Africa
Union of South Africa
South Africa Defense Corps (current)


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Markings - Miscellaneous


Miscellaneous Markings on British and Commonwealth bayonets Marking Meaning
G.S. George Salter; maker
P.O.F. Pakistan Ordnance Factory


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British Regimental Markings

Some British bayonets have regimental markings stamped on the pommel (and possibly elsewhere). These identify the regiment of the British Army to which the bayonet was issued; when a bayonet was re-issued to a different regiment, the original regimental markings were normally lined out like this, and the new regimental markings were stamped near the original ones.

To properly decode the regimental markings one needs to know what the abbreviations and letters stand for. The following list summarizes the regimental abbreviations as of 1881. Pre-1881 numbers are difficult to establish as to the date of change. Some regiments have the same number pre- and post-1881 but the majority have changed, i.e., pre-1881 20th Foot were East Devons; post-1881 20th Foot are Lancashire Fusiliers.


Regiments of the British Army issued with bayonets Pre-1881 Mark Regiment Post-1881 Abbreviation
(none) The Royal Garrison Artillery R.G.A.
S. & M. The Corps of Royal Engineers (Sappers & Miners) R.E.
1st Foot Gds. The Grenadier Guards (The First Regiment of Guards) G.G.
2nd Foot Gds. The Coldstream Guards (The Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards) C.G.
3rd Foot Gds. The Scot Guards (The Scots Fusilier Guards) S.G.
(none) The Irish Guards I.G.
(none) The Welch Guards W.G.
1st Foot The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) R.S.
2nd Foot The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) W.SR.
3rd Foot The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) E.K.
4th Foot The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) LAN.
5th Foot The Northumberland Fusiliers N.F.
6th Foot The Royal Warwickshire Regiment WK.
7th Foot The Royal Fusiliers (The City of London Regiment) R.F.
8th Foot The King's (Liverpool Regiment) LI.
9th Foot The Norfolk Regiment NK.
10th Foot The Lincolnshire Regiment LIN.
11th Foot The Devonshire Regiment DVN.
12th Foot The Suffolk Regiment SK.
13th Foot Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry) ST.
14th Foot The Prince of Wales's Own (West Yorkshire Regiment) W.Y.
15th Foot The East Yorkshire Regiment E.Y.
16th Foot The Bedfordshire Regiment BD.
17th Foot The Leicestershire Regiment LEIC.
18th Foot The Royal Irish Regiment R.I.
19th Foot Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own (Yorkshire Regiment) YK.
20th Foot The Lancashire Fusiliers L.F.
21st Foot The Royal Scots Fusiliers S.F.
22nd Foot The Cheshire Regiment CH.
23rd Foot The Royal Welsh Fusiliers W.F.
24th Foot The South Wales Borderers S.W.B.
25th Foot The King's Own Scottish Borderers K.O.S.B.
26th Foot The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) S.R.
27th Foot The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers IN.F.
28th Foot The Gloucestershire Regiment G.R.
29th Foot The Worcestershire Regiment W.R.
30th Foot The East Lancashire Regiment E.L.
31st Foot The East Surrey Regiment E.SR.
32nd Foot The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry CLL.
33rd Foot The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) W.RID.
34th Foot The Border Regiment B.R.
35th Foot The Royal Sussex Regiment SX.
36th Foot The Worcestershire Regiment (2nd Battalion) W.R.
37th Foot The Hampshire Regiment HTS.
38th Foot The South Staffordshire Regiment S.STF.
39th Foot The Dorsetshire Regiment DT.
40th Foot The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) S.L.
41st Foot The Welch Regiment WEL.
42nd Foot The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) R.H.
43rd Foot The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry OX.
44th Foot The Essex Regiment EX.
45th Foot The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) DY.
46th Foot The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) CLL.
47th Foot The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment N.L.
48th Foot The Northamptonshire Regiment NN.
49th Foot Princess Charlotte of Wales's (Royal Berkshire Regiment) BRK.
50th Foot The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) W.KT.
51st Foot The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) Y.L.I.
52nd Foot The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) OX.
53rd Foot The King's Shropshire Light Infantry SH.
54th Foot The Dorsetshire Regiment (2nd Battalion) DT.
55th Foot The Border Regiment (2nd Battalion) BR.
56th Foot The Essex Regiment (2nd Battalion) EX.
57th Foot The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) MX.
58th Foot The Northamptonshire Regiment (2nd Battalion) NN.
59th Foot The East Lancashire Regiment (2nd Battalion) E.L.
60th Foot The King's Royal Rifle Corps K.R.R.
61st Foot The Gloucestershire Regiment (2nd Battalion) G.R.
62nd Foot The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) WTS.
63rd Foot The Manchester Regiment MAN.
64th Foot The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment) N.STF.
65th Foot The York and Lancaster Regiment Y.&L.
66th Foot The Royal Berkshire Regiment (2nd Battalion) BRK.
67th Foot The Hampshire Regiment (2nd Battalion) HTS.
68th Foot The Durham Light Infantry DM.
69th Foot The Welch Regiment (2nd Battalion) WEL.
70th Foot The East Surrey Regiment (2nd Battalion) E.SR.
71st Foot The Highland Light Infantry H.L.I.
72nd Foot The Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany) SEA.
73rd Foot The Black Watch (The Royal Highlanders, 2nd Battalion) R.H.
74th Foot The Highland Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) H.L.I.
75th Foot The Gordon Highlanders GOR.
76th Foot The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) (2nd Battalion) W.RID.
77th Foot The Middlesex Regiment (2nd Battalion) MX.
78th Foot The Seaforth Highlanders (2nd Battalion) SEA.
79th Foot The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders CAM.
80th Foot The South Staffordshire Regiment (2nd Battalion) S.STF.
81st Foot The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (2nd Battalion) N.L.
82nd Foot The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire Regiment) (2nd Battalion) S.L.
83rd Foot The Royal Irish Rifles (1st Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles) R.I.R.
84th Foot The York and Lancaster Regiment (2nd Battalion) Y.&L.
85th Foot The King's Shropshire Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) S.H.
86th Foot The Royal Irish Rifles (2nd Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles) R.I.R.
87th Foot Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) R.I.F.
88th Foot The Connaught Rangers CT.
89th Foot Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) (2nd Battalion) R.I.F.
90th Foot The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) (2nd Battalion) S.R.
91st Foot Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders) A.&S.H.
92nd Foot The Gordon Highlanders (2nd Battalion) GOR.
93rd Foot Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders) (2nd Battalion) A.&S.H.
94th Foot The Connaught Rangers (2nd Battalion) CT.
95th Foot The Sherwood Foresters (2nd Battalion) DY.
96th Foot The Manchester Regiment (2nd Battalion) MAN.
97th Foot The Queen's Own (Royal West Kent) (2nd Battalion) W.KT.
98th Foot The Prince of Wales's (North Staffordshire Regiment) (2nd Battalion) N.STF.
99th Foot The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment) (2nd Battalion) WTS.
100th Foot The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) LEIN.
101st Foot The Royal Munster Fusiliers (Royal Bengal Fusiliers) M.F.
102nd Foot The Royal Dublin Fusiliers (Royal Madras Fusiliers) D.F.
103rd Foot The Royal Dublin Fusiliers (The Royal Bombay Fusiliers) D.F.
104th Foot The Royal Munster Fusiliers (Bengal Fusiliers) M.F.
105th Foot The King's Own (Yorkshire Light Infantry) (2nd Battalion) (The Madras Light Infantry) Y.L.I.
106th Foot The Durham Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) (Bombay Light Infantry) DM.
107th Foot The Royal Sussex Regiment (2nd Battalion) (Bengal Infantry) SX.
108th Foot The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (2nd Battalion) (Madras Infantry) IN.F.
109th Foot The Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadians) (2nd Battalion) (Bombay Infantry) LEIN.
(none) 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Battalion The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own) R.B.
L.T.C. The Royal Army Service Corps (Land Transport Corps) R.A.S.C. or A.S.C.
A.M.D. The Royal Army Medical Corps (Army Medical Dept.) R.A.M.C. or A.M.C.
A.C.D. The Royal Army Ordnance Corps (Army Commisariat Dept.) R.A.O.C. or A.O.C.

Abbreviations M.M.P. Military Mounted Police
M.F.T. Military Foot Police
R.M.C. Royal Military College
R.M.A. Royal Military Academy
S.M. School of Musketry


The regimental markings are normally (but not always) expressed in the following form:


(battalion)
(regiment)
(company)
(weapon number)
For example,

1
LEIN
3
42
decodes to the 42nd bayonet of the 3rd Company 1st Battalion of the Leinster Regiment.

Volunteer / Militia / Reserve markings are different, and are normally (but not always) in the following format:


(type)
(regiment)
(company)
For example,


V
3 MXR
3
decodes to the 3rd Company, 3rd Middlesex Rifle Volunteers. In this type of marking,

V = Volunteer
Y = Yeomanry
M = Militia
R = Reserve

The placement of these markings is indicated in the following table.


Location of Regimental Markings Item Location
triangular or socket bayonets across the blade, close to the shoulder
sword bayonets pommel, on the side away from the body when worn
scabbards frog stud or top of the mouthpiece

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Examples

By way of illustration, below are the markings on 2 British bayonets in my collection, and my (probably partially incorrect) decoding of them:


Example 1 Location Markings Interpretation
left ricasso Pattern 1903, manufactured December 1902
top of spine Enfield inspection mark
right ricasso Enfield manufacturer, Enfield inspection mark, Indian inspection mark, bending proof mark



Summary: Pattern 1903, manufactured in December 1902 at Enfield, used post-1952 in India

Example 2 Location Markings Interpretation
left ricasso Pattern 1907, manufactured August 1918 by Sanderson
right ricasso Enfield inspection marks, bending proof mark
left pommel Canadian government ownership mark



Summary: Pattern 1907, manufactured in August 1918 by Sanderson, inspected at Enfield, ended service life in Canada
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MessageSujet: Recherche marquages britanniques!!!!   Dim 3 Nov - 18:46

merci à toi Grobinew mais je n'ai pas trouvé ce que je cherchai, je recherche des infos sur le "24.LD":Quel est ce régiment et ou a t'il été basé et quel est son parcours pendant la grande guerre? si toutefois il y a participé?
merci à tous,

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MessageSujet: Re: marquages britanniques   Dim 3 Nov - 18:59

braco1959 a écrit:
merci à toi Grobinew mais je n'ai pas trouvé ce que je cherchai, je recherche des infos sur le "24.LD":Quel est ce régiment et ou a t'il été basé et quel est son parcours pendant la grande guerre? si toutefois il y a participé?
merci à tous,

braco
Re,

Tout n'est pas dans cette liste, sinon savoir sur quel type d'équipement c'est inscrit aiderait à trouver une piste study 
En LD y'a les canadiens du  ""Lord Strathcona's Horse"" (Royal Canadians) LdSH mais je doute /reflechi/ 

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MessageSujet: Re: marquages britanniques   Dim 3 Nov - 19:26

Voici une liste plus complète mais je n'identifie pas de "LD"
sinon 24L > 24th Lancers Regiment....mais c'est WW2

1Cav 1st Duke of York's Own Cavalry (Skinner's Horse) Regiment
2Cav 2nd Royal Lancers (Gardner's Horse) Regiment
2/10 D 2nd/10th Dragoons Regiment
3Cav 3rd Cavalry Regiment
3CLY 3rd County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) Regiment
3DG 3rd Carabiniers (Prince of Wales's Dragoon Guards) Regiment
3H 3rd The King's Own Hussars Regiment
4Cav 4th Duke of Cambridges Own Lancers (Hodson's Horse) Regiment
4CLY 4th County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) Regiment
4H 4th The Queen's Own Hussars Regiment
4/7DG 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards Regiment
5Cav 5th King Edwardd VII's Own Lancers (Probyn's Horse) Regiment
5DG (5Innis) 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards Regiment
6Cav 6th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers (Watson's Horse) Regiment
6H 6th Duke of Connaught’s Royal Canadian Hussars Regiment
7Cav 7th Light Cavalry Regiment
7/11H 7th/11th Hussars Regiment
7H 7th The Queen's Own Hussars Regiment
8Cav 8th King George V's Own Light Cavalry Regiment
8H 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars Regiment
8NLH 8th Princess Louise’s New Brunswick Hussars Regiment
9Cav The Royal Deccan Horse (9th Horse) Regiment
9L 9th Queen's Royal Lancers Regiment
10Cav 10h Queen Victoria's Own Frontier Force (Guides Cavalry) Regiment
10H 10th Royal Hussars (Prince of Wales's Own) Regiment
11Cav 11th Prince Albert Victor's Own Cavalry (Frontier Force) Regiment
11H 11th Hussars (Prince Albert's Own) Regiment
12Cav 12th Sam Browne's Cavalry (Depot Regiment)
12D 12th Manitoba Dragoons
12L 12th Royal Lancers (Prince of Wales's) Regiment
13Cav 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers Regiment
13/18H 13th/18th Hussars (Queen Mary's Own) Regiment
14Cav 14th Prince of Wales#s Own Cavalry (Scinde Horse) Regiment
14/20H 14th/20th Hussars Regiment
14H 14th Canadian Light Horse regiment
15Cav 15th Lancers (Depot Regiment)
15H 15th Alberta Light Horse Regiment
15/19H 15th/19th The King's Royal Hussars Regiment
16Cav 16th Light Cavalry Regiment
16/22H 16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse Regiment
16/5L 16th/5th Lancers Regiment
17Cav 17th Queen Victoria's Own Cavalry (Poona Horse) Regiment
17CH 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars (7th Reconnaissance Regiment)
17H 17th Duke of York’s Royal Canadian Hussars Regiment
17/21L 17th/21st Lancers Regiment
18Cav 18th King Edward VII's Own Cavalry Regiment
19Cav 19th King George V's Own Lancers
19D 19th Alberta Dragoons Regiment
20Cav 20th Lancers (Depot Regiment)
21Cav 21st King George V's Own Horse (Central India Horse)
22D 22nd Dragoons Regiment
23H 23rd Hussars Regiment
24L 24th Lancers Regiment
25D 25th Dragoons
26H 26th Hussars Regiment
27L 27th Lancers Regiment
AA Antiaircraft
AAD Army Air Defense
AAMC Australian Army Medical Corps
AAMG Antiaircraft Machine Gun
AANS Australian Army Nursing Service
AAOC Australian Army Ordnance Corps
AAOR Antiaircraft Operations Room
AASF Advanced Air Striking Force
A&SH (ASH) The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regiment (Princess Louise's) (91)
A&SHofC Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Regiment of Canada (Princess Louise’s)
ACC Army Catering Corps
ACV Armoured Command Vehicle
ADC Army Dental Corps
Admin Administration
AEC Army Educational Corps
AFD Air Fields Defense
Afr Afridi Battalion
AIC Australian Intelligence Corps
AIF Australian Imperial Force
AGRA Army Group RA (an artillery brigade)
Aloquins The Algonquin Regiment
Amb Ambulance
Ammo Ammunition
AMPC Auxiliary Military Pioneer Corps
AMTB Anti Motor Torpedo Boat
AOP Armoured Observation Post
Argyl LI The Argyll Light Infantry Regiment
Armd, Amd Armoured
Art(y) Artillery
ARV Armoured Recovery Vehicle
Assam Rif The Assam Rifle Regiment
ASSU Air Support Signal Unit
AT Antitank
ATC Australian Tank Corps
ATG Antitank Gun
ATR Antitank Rifle
ATS Auxiliary Territorial Service (women's branch of the British Army)
Aus Australian
AVRE Armoured* Vehicle Royal Engineers (*also seen as Assault)
AY The Ayrshire Yeomanry Regiment (Earl of Carrick's Own)
Baluch (Bal) The Baluch Regiment
BAF Burma Armed Forces
Bays The Queen's Bays Regiment (2nd Dragoon Guards)
B.C. British Columbia (Canada)
(BD) Base Defence
BCD The British Columbia Dragoons Regiment
BCR The British Columbia Regiment
B/L Bridgelayer
Brecknock (Bcn) The Brecknock Battalion
BEF British Expeditionary Force
Bedfs Herts (BedH) The Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (16)
BFF The Burma Frontier Rifles Regiment
Black Watch (BW) The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) (42)
BMRA Brigade Major RA
Bn Battalion
Bom The Bombay Grenadiers Regiment
Border (Bord) The Border Regiment (34)
Botha The Regiment Botha
BR The Burma Rifles Regiment
Bren light machine gun (also called the Bren Gun)
Brig Brigade (also seen for Brigadier)
Brock Rif The Brockville Rifles Regiment
BTF Burma Territorial Force
Bty Battery
Buffs The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) (3)
Buk The Buckinghamshire Battalion
CAC Canadian Armoured Corps
Calg Highrs The Calgary Highlanders Regiment
Camerons of C The Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada Regiment
CAGRA Commander Army Group RA (brigadier)
CADR Canadian Armoured Delivery Regiment
Calg R The Calgary Regiment
Camb The Cambridgeshire Regiment
Cameronians (Cam) The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Regiment (26)
Camerons (CamH) The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders Regiment (79)
Carl & York The Carleton and York Regiment
CBO Counter Bombardment Officer & Staff
CCS Casualty Clearing Station
CCRA Commander, Corps Royal Artillery (brigadier)
CCRE Commander, Corps Royal Engineers (lieutenant-colonel)
CD Coast Defence
CDL Canal Defence Light
Cdr Commander
CGG The Canadian Grenadier Guards Regiment
Cheshire (Ches) The Cheshire Regiment (22)
CGA Ceylon Garrison Artillery
CGS Chief of the General Staff
CH of O The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa Regiment
CIGS Chief of the Imperial General Staff at the War Office
C-in-C (CiC) Commander-in-Chief
CIRD Canadian Indestructible Roller Device (mine clearer)
CMP Corps of Military Police
Co Company
COD Coast Observer Detachment
Coldm Gds (CG) The Coldstream Guards (The Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards)
COTC Canadian 0fficers Training Corps
CRA Commander, Royal Artillery
CRAMC Commander, RAMC
CRAOC Commander, RAOC
CRASC Commander, RASC
CRE Commander, Royal Engineers
CS Close Support
CSO Chief Signals Officer
C Scot R The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's)
cwt (weight) hundredweight
CTH The Cape Town Highlanders (The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn's Own)
CY The Cheshire Yeomanry (Earl of Chester's) Regiment
DADOS Deputy Assistant Director of Ordnance Services (battalion echelon headquarters for divisions)
DCE Deputy Chief Engineer
DCLI The Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Regiment (32)
DD Duplex Drive. Amphibious tanks with flotation screens
Devon (Dev) The Devonshire Regiment (11)
DHR The Dufferin and Haldimand Rifles Regiment of Canada
Div Division
DLI The Durham Light Infantry Regiment (68)
DMR Die Middellandse Regiment
Dog The Dogra Regiment
DOL Yeo The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Regiment
DORE District Office, Royal Engineers
Dorset (Dors) The Dorsetshire Regiment (39)
DWR The Duke of Wellington's Regiment (West Riding) (33)
DY The Derbyshire Yeaomanry Regiment
Dukes The Duke of Edinburgh's Own Rifles Regiment
E&M Electrical and Mechanical
EA East Africa
EAASC East Africa Army Service Corps
Edmn Fus The Edmonton Fusiliers Regiment
Edmn R The Edmonton Regiment
EFERCCS Eastern Fortress Establishment, Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
EFR The Eastern Frontier Rifles Regiment
EL & W Electric Light and Works
Elgins The Elgin Regiment Regiment
E Lan R (ELnc) The East Lancashire Regiment (30)
Enrg Engineer
ESR The Essex Scottish Regiment
ESusx The East Sussex Regiment
E Yorks (Eyks) The East Yorkshire Regiment (The Duke of York's Own) (15)
ERY The East Riding Yeomanry Regiment
Essex (Esx) The Essex Regiment (44)
FBE Folding Bridge Equipment
FC The First City Regiment
FDS Field Dressing Station
FDS RAC Forward Delivery Squadron, Royal Armoured Corps
FFReg The Frontier Force Regiment
FFRif The Frontier Force Rifles Regiment
FFY The Fife and Forfar Yeomanry Regiment
Fld Field
Fmn Formation
FMSVF Federated Malay States Volunteer Force
Foresters (For) The Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment) (45)
Fort Garry The Fort Garry Horse Regiment
FSS Fixed signal service
FSU Field Surgical Unit
Fus de MR Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal Regiment
Fus de Sher Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke Regiment
Fus de StL Les Fusiliers du St. Laurent Regiment
CB Highrs The Cape Breton Highlanders Regiment
GCC Group Control Centre
GGFG The Governor General’s Foot Guards Regiment
GGHG The Governor General’s Horse Guards Regiment
GHld The Glasgow Highlanders Regiment
GHQ General Headquarters
Glosters (Glos) The Gloucestershire Regiment (28)
GOC General Officer Commanding
Gordons (Gdn) The Gordon Highlanders Regiment (75)
CRA Commander Royal Artillery (Divisional or corps HQ: brigadier)
Green Howards (GrnH) The Green Howards (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment) (19)
Gren Gds (GG) The Grenadier Guards Regiment (The First or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards)
GRif The Royal Garhwal Rifles Regiment
Greys The Royal Scots Greys Regiment (2nd Dragoons)
GSF The Grey and Simcoe Foresters Regiment
GS General Service
GSO General Staff Officer
Gurk The Gurkha Rifles Regiment
HAA Heavy Antiaircraft
HAC Honourable Artillery Company
Hallams (Halm) The Hallamshire Battalion (Y & L)
Hal Rif The Halifax Rifles
Hamps (Hamp) The Hampshire Regiment (37)
Hast & PER The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment
HCR The Household Cavalry Regiment
Hert The Herfortshire Regiment
HKSRA Hong Kong and Singapore Royal Artillery
HKVDC Hong Kong Volunteer Defense Corps
HLI The Highland Light Infantry Regiment (City of Glasgow Regiment) (71)
HLIofC The Highland Light Infantry Regiment of Canada
Hon. The Honourable
how howitzer
HQ, Hqs Headquarters
HQRA Headquarters RA (the CRA/CCRA's staff)(headed by Brigade Major RA (BMRA))
Hrfd The Herefordshire Regiment
HRH His (Her) Royal Highness
Hull Le Regiment de Hull
Hvy Heavy
Hybad The Hyderabad Regiment
IA Indian Army
ICR (IC) The Inns of Court Regiment
IE Corps of Royal Indian Engineers
IG The Irish Guards (The Irish Regiment of Foot Guards)
IHC Indian Hospital Corps
ILH The Imperial Light Horse Regiment
IMS Indian Medical Service
Ind Indian
Int Corps Intelligence Corps
Innisks (Inskn) The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Regiment (27)
Irish The Royal Irish Regiment (20)
Irish Fus The Irish Fusiliers of Canada (The Vancouver Regiment)
Irish RofC The Irish Regiment of Canada
ISF Indian State Forces
ITF Indian Territorial Force
IWT Inland Water Transport

Jat The Jat Regiment
J&K The Jammu and Kashmir Regiment
KAR The King's African Rifles Regiment
KDF Kenya Defence Force
KDG The 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards
Kent The Kent Regiment
Ken The Kensington Regiment
KGO The King George V's Own Regiment
King's (Kgs) The King's Regiment (Liverpool) (8)
King's Own (KO) The King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) (4)
KOMR The King's Own Malta Regiment
KOR of C The King’s Own Rifles of Canada Regiment
KOSB The King's Own Scottish Borderers Regiment (25)
KOYLI The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Regiment (51)
KR The Kaffrarian Rifles Regiment (South Africa)
KR The Kenya Regiment (European Territorial Force)
KRRC The King's Royal Rifle Corps Regiment (60)
KSLI The King's Shropshire Light Infantry Regiment (53)
Kum The Kumaon Rifles Regiment
L&R Scott R The Lanark and Renfrew Scottish Regiment
L&W The Lincoln and Welland Regiment
LAA Light Antiaircraft
LAD Light Aid Detachment
Lake Sup R The Lake Superior Regiment
Lan Yeo The Lanarkshire Yeomanry Regiment
lb / lbs (weight) pounds
LBH The Lothian and Border Horse Regiment
LCOCU Landing Craft Obstacle* Clearance Unit (*also seen as Obstruction Clearing)
LCV Lorry Command Vehicle
Leicesters (Leic) The Leicestershire Regiment (17)
LdSH The Lord Strathcona's Horse Regiment (Royal Canadians)
LF The Lancashire Fusiliers Regiment (20)
LG The Life Guards Regiment
LH Light Horse
Lincolns (Linc) The Lincolnshire Regiment
LIR The London Irish Rifles Regiment
LMG Light Machine Gun
L.O.C. Line-of-Communication
Lov The Lovat Scouts Regiment
Loyals (Loy) The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (47)
LRB The London Rifle Brigade
LSc The London Scottish Regiment
Lt Light
lorry cargo motor vehicle
(Synonym for truck, generally applied to the larger variety.)
Livpl Scot (LvS) The Liverpool Scottish Regiment
Lorn Scots The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment)
LY The Leicestershire Yeomanry (Prince Albert's Own) Regiment
Mad The Madras Regiment
Manch (Man) The Manchester Regiment (63)
ME Mechanical Equipment
Med Medium
MEO Mechanical Equipment Operating
MG Machine Gun
Midland The Midland Regiment (Northumberland and Durham)
Mk Mark (Model / Version)
MLI The Mahratta Light Infantry Regiment
MMG Medium Machine Gun
MMR The Manitoba Mounted Rifles Regiment
MNBDO Mobile Naval Base Defense Organization
Mon The Monmouthshire Regiment
MPSC Military Provost Staff Corps
MT Mechanical Transport
MTF Mauritius Territorial Force
Mx (Midx) The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) (57)
Mx&H The Middlesex and Huron Regiment
N Shore R The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment
N Staffs (NStfs) The North Staffordshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's) (64)
N Yeo (NY) The Northhamptonshire Yeomanry Regiment
N.B. New Brunswick (Canada)
NB Rang The New Brunswick Rangers Regiment
NBR The New Brunswick Regiment
NCO Non-Commissioned Officer (includes all serjeants)
Newf The Newfoundland Regiment
NF The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers Regiment (5)
NFA Natal Field Artillery
NH The Northumberland Hussars Regiment
NIH The North Irish Horse Regiment
NMR The Natal Mounted Rifles Regiment
NNS Highrs The North Nova Scotia Highlanders Regiment
Norfolk (Norf) The Royal Norfolk Regiment (9)
Northamptons (Nthp) The Northamptonshire Regiment (48)
NR Northern Rhodesia
NRR The Northern Rhodesia Regiment
N.S. Nova Scotia (Canada)
NS Highrs The North Nova Scotia Highlanders Regiment
NSR The Nottinghamshire (Sherwood Rangers) Yeomanry Regiment
NSW New South Wales (Australian state)
NSY The North Somerset Yeomanry Regiment
NT Northern Territory (Australian federal territory)
NZ New Zealand
NZA The Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery
NZAOC New Zealand Army Ordnance Corps
NZE Royal Corps of New Zealand Engineers
NZSC New Zealand Staff Corps
NZMC New Zealand Medical Corps
NZVC New Zealand Veterinary Corps
OME Ordnance, Munitions, and Explosives
OME Ordnance Mechanical Engineer
Ontario The Ontario Regiment
OP Observation Post
Ops Operations, Operating
OR Other Ranks (includes lance-serjeants, all corporals, and soldiers)
OVSVA Oranje-Vrystaat Veldartillerie
Oxf Bucks (OxB) The Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry Regiment (43)
OxR The Oxford Rifle Regiment
PA&B Vols The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers Regiment
PAG The Prince Alfred's Guard Regiment
PAOCFA The Prince Alfred's Own, Cape Field Artillery
Para The Parachute Regiment
PAVO The Prince Albert Victor's Own Cavalry Regiment (11th Frontier Force)
PEI Prince Edward Island
PEI Highrs The Prince Edward Island Highlanders Regiment
PEILH The Prince Edward Island Light Horse Regiment
Perth The Perth Regimentr
PIAT Projector, infantry, anti-tank
Pictou Highrs The Pictou Highlanders Regiment
PLDG The Princess Louise’s Dragoon Guards Regiment
PL Fus The Princess Louise Fusiliers Regiment
POW Rang The Prince of Wales Rangers (Peterborough Regiment)
PPCLI (Patricias) Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
PR(PAO) The Pretoria Regiment (Princess Alice's Own)
Punjab The Punjab Regiment
PWOR The Princess of Wales Own Regiment
PWV (SLnc) The Prince of Wales's Volunteers (The South Lancashire Regiment) (40)
QAIMNS Queen Alexandria's Imperial Military Nursing Service
Qld Queensland (Australian state)
QOCH The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders Regiment
QOR of C (QOR) The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Regiment
Qr.-Mr. Quartermaster
Qr.-Mr.-Gen. Quartermaster General
Queen's (Qns) The Queen's Royal Regiment (West Surrey) (2)
QVO Queen Victoria's Own [Sappers and Miners]
QVR The Queen Victorias Rifles Regiment
QW The Queens Westminster Regiment
Qy Rang Queen’s York Rangers (1st American Regiment)
R 22e R The Royal 22nd Regiment / Royal 22e Régiment
R Berks (Berk) The Royal Berkshire Regiment (Priness Charlotte of Wales's) (49)
R de Chaud Le Régiment de la Chaudière
R Ir F (RIF) The Royal Irish Fusiliers (Princess Victoria's) (87)
R Sussex (Sussex) The Royal Sussex Regiment (35)
RA Royal Regiment of Artillery
RAA Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery
RAC Royal Armoured Corps
RAChD Royal Army Chaplains Department
RAE Corps of Royal Australian Engineers
RAF Royal Air Force
RAMC Royal Army Medical Corps
Ran The Rangers Regiment
RAOC Royal Army Ordnance Corps
RAPC Royal Army Pay Corps
RASC Royal Army Service Corps
RAVC Royal Army Veterinary Corps
RB The Rifle Brigade
RCAPC Royal Canadian Army Pay Corps
RCA Royal Canadian Artillery
RCASC Royal Canadian Army Service Corps
RCE Royal Canadian Engineers
RCHA The Royal Canadian Horse Artillery Regiment
RCOC Royal Canadian Ordnance Corps
RCC of S Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
RCD The Royal Canadian Dragoons Regiment
RCR The Royal Canadian Regiment
RCS Royal Corps of Signals
R de Chat Le Regiment de Chateuaguay
R de Chaud Le Regiment de la Chaudiere
R de Jol Le Regiment de Joliette
RDLI The Royal Durban Light Infantry Regiment
R de Leviss Le Regiment de Levis
RDLR Regiment de la Rey
R de Mais Le Regiment de Maisonneuve
R de Monty Le Regiment de Montmagny
R de Q Le Regiment de Quebec
R de StH Le Regiment de St. Hyacinthe
R du Sag Le Regiment de Saquenay
RDW Regiment De Wet
RE Corps of Royal Engineers
Recce Reconnaissance
Regina Rif The Regina Rifle Regiment
Res Reserve
Rev. Reverend
REME Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
RF The Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)(7)
RGRif The Royal Garwal Rifle Regiment
RGH The Royal Gloucestershire Hussars
Rgt Regiment
RHA Royal Horse Artillery
RHC The Black Watch Royal Highland Regiment of Canada
RHG Royal Horse Guards Regiment (The Blues)
RHLI The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment)
RIASC Royal Indian Army Service Corps
RLI The Rand Light Infantry Regiment
RLW Regiment Louw Wepner
RM Royal Marines
RMR The Royal Montreal Regiment
RMA Royal Malta Artillery
RM Rang The Rocky Mountain Rangers Regiment
RN Royal Navy
RNC The Royal Natal Carabineer Regiment
RNZA Royal New Zealand Artillery
Royals 1st The Royal Dragoon Regiment
RPS Regiment President Steyn
RR The Rhodesia Regiment
RReg (Raj Reg) The Rajput Regiment
R Reg C The Royal Regiment of Canada
RRif (Raj Rif) The Rajput Rifle Regiment
RRR The Royal Regina Rifle Regiment
RS The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment)(1)
RSF The Royal Scots Fusilier Regiment (21)
RSWD Regiment Suid Westelike Distrikte
RTR Royal Tank Regiment, RAC
RUR The Royal Ulster Rifle Regiment (83)
RWF The Royal Welch Fusilier Regiment (23)
R Wpg Rif The Royal Winnipeg Rifles Regiment
RWP Regiment Westelike Provincie
RWK The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment (50)
RWR The Royal Winnipeg Rifles
RWY The Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)
S Staffs (SStfs) The South Staffordshire Regiment (38)
S & M Sappers and Miners
SA Supplementary Reserve (former Militia)
SA South Australia (Australian state)
S Alta R The South Alberta Regiment
SAS South African Artillery
Sask LI The Saskatoon Light Infantry regiment
SAEC South African Engineer Corps
SAPGA South African Permanent Garrison Artillery
SBG Small Box Girder (bridge)
Scottish The Scottish Horse Regiment
SDF Sudan Defense Force
SD&G The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlander Regiment
Seaforths (Sea) The Seaforth Highlander Regiment (Ross-shire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's) (72)
Seaforth of C The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada Regiment
SFC The Scots Fusilier Regiment of Canada Regiment
SG Scots Guards (The Scots Regiment of Foot Guards)
SherR The Sherbrooke Regiment
Shrop Yeo The Shropshire Yeomanry Regiment
Sikh The Sikh Regiment
SLancs (PWV) The South Lancashire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Volunteers) (40)
S/L Searchlight
SOE Special Operations Executive
Som LI (Somt) The Somerset Light Infantry Regiment (Prince Albert's) (13)
SP self-propelled
S Sask R The South Saskatchewan Regiment
SSB Special Service Battalion
SS Brigade Special Service Brigade
SSR The Shan States Regiment
SSteM&S The Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury Regiment
SSVF Straits Settlements Volunteer Force
StJohn Fus The Saint John Fusiliers Regiment
Suffolk (Suf) The Suffolk Regiment (12)
Surreys (Sury) The East Surrey Regiment (31)
SWB The South Wales Borderers Regiment (24)
SY The Staffordshire Yeomanry (Queens Own Royal Regiment)
TA Territorial Army (Reserves)
Tas Tasmania (Australian state)
TCP carrier, tracked, charging, personnel; known as the Slave Battery Carrier
Responsible for batteries and electrical systems.
TCV Troop Carring Vehicle.
(modified 3-ton truck with canvas sides and bench seating, carrying 30 men)
TEV Terminal Equipment Vehicle. Contained switchboards and teleprinters
THA The Transvaal Horse Artillery
THB The Tower Hamlets Rifle Regiment
Tor Scot R The Toronto Scottish Regiment
TS The Transvaal Scottish Regiment
TyS The Tynside Scottish Regiment
USA United States Army
VCO Viceroy's Commissioned Officer
VES Veterinary Evacuating Station
Vic Victoria (Australian state)
Vol de Q Les Voltiguers de Quebec Regiment
VR of C The Victoria Rifles of Canada Regiment
W Yorks (WYks) The West Yorkshire Regiment (The Prince of Wales's Own) (14)
WA Western Australia (Australian state)
WAMI The Western Australian Mounted Infantry Regiment
Warwicks (War) The Royal Warwickshire Regiment (6)
Water Buffalo LVT (Landing Vehicle Tracked)
WD 2nd County of London Yeomanry Regiment (Westminster Dragoons)
WE War Establishment (table of organization and equipment)
Welch (Wch) The Welch Regiment (41)
Westm R The Westminster Regiment
West NSR The West Nova Scotia Regiment
WFERCCS Western Fortress Establishment, Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
WG Welsh Guards (The Welsh Regiment of Foot Guards)
Wilts (Wilt) The Wiltshire Regiment (Duke of Edinburgh's) (62)
Wits (WR) The Witwatersrand Rifles Regiment
Wksp Workshop(s)
WLI The Winnipeg Light Infantry Regiment
Worc R (Worc) The Worcestershire Regiment (29)
Wpg Gren The Winnipeg Grenadiers Regiment
W/T radio (lit.: wireless telegraphy)
WY The Worwickshire Yeomanry Regiment
YD The Yorkshire Dragoons Regiment (Queens Own)
YH The Yorkshire Hussars Regiment (Alexandra, Princess of Wales's Own)
Y & L (YL) The York and Lancaster Regiment (65)
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MessageSujet: Re: marquages britanniques   Dim 3 Nov - 19:31

Il s'agit d'une baïo MK 2 ,Sanderson.Sheffield de 11/1901 marquée ER sur la lame,24.LD et IOOI en dessous sur le pommeau coté droit (marquages dans le sens de la longueur).

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MessageSujet: marquages britanniques!   Lun 4 Nov - 10:35

Bonjour,

De nouveaux marquages sur le contre-tranchant de la lame près de la chape!
Dans la position de marquage:
th
5
42 

B
A8

Quel régiment serait ce?

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