British 1887 MKIII Sword Bayonet. Wilkinson.
A good example with the blade having a certain amount of pitting, one area near the tip where the blade would be held near the scabbard chape fixing pins, the other a third way up. One side of the blade has the Wilkinson name with a date with Vicky crown above, the second number to the date has not been stamped strongly so cannot be made out, perhaps 88. The other side has a clear WD and acceptance stamp. The cross guard and pommel again with some staining with the pommel having some pitting, spring works. The grips are tight with one knock and sharp detail. The leather scabbard has tight stitching and one area of weakness to the bottom area but no splits or cracking, Both metal ends again have staining and a certain amount of pitting. IMO the bayonet has received a clean at some point .