26 - 27 September 2007
ROALD ENGELBREGT GRAVNING AMUNDSEN (1872-1928)
Amundsen's bayonet carried on the Lincoln-Ellsworth expedition, 1925-26, numbered on the hilt and sheath, the blade marked at the hilt, wood and steel, 13 5/8in. (34.5cm.) long
Roald Amundsen and thence by descent to the present owner.
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Used by Amundsen to build the 500 metre long and 12 metre wide runway on the ice for the N25 in June 1925.
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