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    1907 Bayonet - Unit marked I.C. help identify

    Hi Guys
    I purchased a Sanderson made (July 1918 in Pattern 14 leather equipment bayonet frog) 1907 bayonet in its matching scabbard. Both are unit marked I.C. I was hoping the C might be a G and then it would have been Irish Guards but I don't think this is the case. Any thoughts as to what unit it is?
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    Irish Constabulary? Sorry...had to. Hope it's just a spotty stamp and it's actually Guards too. Very unusual to have it's accompanying scabbard at this time in centuries.
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    Clutching at straws Nigel, a badly struck L would give you Lancing College.
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    1855 CW bayonet I.C. marked Inspected and Condemned - EDGED WEAPONS - U.S. Militaria Forum

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    That's a US marking, doubt this applies.

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