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Article about: Found me this 98/05 with double maker on the blade Schubert & Salzer, Machinenfabrik, Chemnitz on one side and Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche on the other side. I'm very proud

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    Found me this 98/05 with double maker on the blade
    Schubert & Salzer, Machinenfabrik, Chemnitz on one side and Gottlieb Hammesfahr, Solingen-Foche on the other side.
    I'm very proud
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    Nice, it has character. It looks like it's been through a war.

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    What for acceptance is on backspine of blade? best regards,Andy

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    W
    17

    Jean

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    Thanks, looks like normal prussian,

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    Andy

    Yes i know, but (and I'm no expert) i've never seen one before with this makers.
    I looked it up in Franz: Preußisch-deutsche Seitengewehre 1807-1945 Band I and found both makers but not together.
    The bayonet is not in the best condition, but I bought it just for the rare (Chemnitz) maker.
    Hammesfahr bayonets you can find by the dozen

    Jean

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    The Schubert is declared by Ron Riede as a scarce but not rare version. Is certainly a good hit. They made only SG98/05nA plain.best regards,Andy

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    Quote by Redgemak View Post
    ... Yes i know, but (and I'm no expert) i've never seen one before with this makers. ...
    Hi, Jean !

    This is a "coproduction" of two different companies.

    One of both manufactured the blade, the other, (I guess, Hammesfahr), put together, ("mounted"), all the parts of the bayonet.

    I don´t really think, that this is a "scarce combination" ...

    I own a "Butcher" with similar maker´s-mark´s, (also in a bad condition ...).

    Rgds.,

    R.
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    Hallo reibert

    thank you for the intel.
    I know I havn't the most rare bayonet in the world, but it is a scarce one.
    Yours is the second I saw in real life as well as in books.
    Hammesfahr made other baynets with pre produced blades, notably the bayard made blades for the 84/98.
    I see that yours is also a 1917, there should also be 1916 ayonets.

    Jean

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