British Pattern 1853 socket bayonet when bushed for the Martini-Henry rifle is sometimes referred to as the Pattern 1853/72 bayonet as it was approved as a pattern in 1872. The conversion merely was a bushing to the socket to reduce the internal diameter of the socket. This conversion was undertaken on mostly contract bayonets and not those made at Enfield. This bayonet has no maker or ordnance markings bearing this fact. No scabbard (Reference BCB B184).