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    Bolt Stamp T E

    Have just bought a new, unissued 1917 bolt on ebay still in arsenal wrap. After cleaning it up I can make out two small letters, T and E. Wondering if this an Eddystone bolt of WW I manufacture, or WW II manufacture by one of numerous suppliers.
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    Looks like an X E to me. The upper left leg of the X seems lightly struck but is better visible in a picture than in person.
    A possible Eddystone reject?

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    The top side of the bolt handle bears the ordnance flaming bomb acceptance mark.


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