Hi, Buckeye !
Welcome to the Forum !
It is a typical WWII K98 bayonet and frog.
It looks to be in very good condition. There should be maker stamps
on the scabbard, and a 2 digit date on the blade spine.
If the scabbard and blade data are matching, it is more desireable.
It's a German Mauser k98 bayonet.
Elite Diamant, 40 on the blade spine, 3567
The date & serial number on the blade match the scabbard
A very nice bayonet to own, and a great war souvenir.............!