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Could anyone identify this bayonet?

Article about: total length 21". Scabbard is made of leather and steel (top and bottom). Tarnish on the body. Could anyone tell me the year and country of origin of the bayonet? How much it is worth?

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    total length 21". Scabbard is made of leather and steel (top and bottom).
    Tarnish on the body. Could anyone tell me the year and country of origin of the bayonet? How much it is worth?

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    Looks like a Spanish model 1893, no Idea of value, sorry.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Chech out the M1913. Says it is the only checkered grip model.
    Google that name and I'm sure you can get an idea of the value.

    Spain

    The word Spain above is the link.

    Have fun,
    Rudy

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    Quote by Rudolf Karl View Post
    Chech out the M1913. Says it is the only checkered grip model.
    Google that name and I'm sure you can get an idea of the value.

    Spain

    The word Spain above is the link.

    Have fun,
    Rudy
    You are right, but it also fits the 1893 rifle, and was wrongly ID`d as such on another website.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Cool. I have no idea which site is correct, just the first thing that came up on google.

    Rudy

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    Hello-for that matter it will fit on the Spanish M1943 Mauser with the adaptor in place-the M1941 bolo blade bayo also has chequered wood grips-fairly common for bayos to fit on earlier/later rifle models-armies and their govts don't like to spend money on new equipment if they can avoid it!

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