In an almost mint condition a No4 MKII Spike Bayonet (Singer, N67)
Marked on the side No4 MKII and the dispersal code N67, also on the Pressing stud N67. N67 stands for the company Singer and places the bayonet in 1943 because of the N67 marking. These bayonets were used for the Lee Enfield No. 4 MK I Rifle.
The scabbard is a standard No4 MKI variant.
Spike length +/- 20.3 cm
Total length +/- 25.2 cm