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Identifying markings on a bayonet

Article about: Hi All, I have just bought a bayonet for a friend f mine as a birthday present and would llove to give him a bit more information on the markings, if anyone knows? It is marked WEYERSBERG KI

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    JohnBD
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    Hi All,

    I have just bought a bayonet for a friend f mine as a birthday present and would llove to give him a bit more information on the markings, if anyone knows?

    It is marked WEYERSBERG KIRSCHBAUM & Co SOLINGEN. The guard is stamped L8188 and the button on the scabbard is stamped what looks like A6392.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    could you post some pictures of it? it would help a lot

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    Hope this helps!

    These are the best I have so far. Can get some close-ups in a couple of days if needed...
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    Turkish Mauser............?
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    The person I bought it from believes it is made for a Serbian Mauser, around WW1. They seemed quite sketchy so I didn't place much faith in it - maybe they were on the money?...they had no clue what the stamps meant though.

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    This bayonet looks like similar to serbian, but it could be Chile M1895 bayonet. When there is no other stamp.

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    Definitely Chilean.Serbian scabbard attachment is different (see picture).Identifying markings on a bayonet

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    Quote by Bili Piton View Post
    Definitely Chilean.Serbian scabbard attachment is different (see picture).Identifying markings on a bayonet
    A bit late, don't you think?

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