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New inherited WW1 bayonets and other items.

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    Default New inherited WW1 bayonets and other items.

    Hello I would love to get some information on my newly inherited Great Grandfathers ww1 items. Any information would be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Adam
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    Last edited by Adam L; 11-16-2011 at 09:54 PM.

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    sorry to hear about your Granpa


    the bayos, from left -to-right
    Japanese Arisaka
    German Butcher
    Canadian Ross

    hard to tell anything about the socket bayonet shown above

    that scull crasher thingy would be Ausrto-Hungarian (I believe)

    wound be interested to see that brass eagle in details please

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    Great items! I like the trench club....very brutal weapons.

    Left to right-
    Japanese Arisaka (if you post the tang, I can tell you who made it).
    German 1898/05 Butcher bayonet
    Canadian Ross Rifle bayonet

    The folding knife in the case might be an Okapi ????

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    I dont have in front of me at the moment but the only marking on the arisaka was three overlapping circles. No other markings were visible.

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    I like the large starburst helmet badge, I believe it is saxon. Cheers, Robert

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    This is a nice collection of items.
    Was your grandfather in the canadian military?
    Chris

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    These are my great grandfathers ww1 items but my grandfather was in the canadian navy during WW2

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    I dont have in front of me at the moment but the only marking on the arisaka was three overlapping circles. No other markings were visible.

    check it in here for japa markings

    Markings on Japanese Arisaka Rifles and Bayonets of World War II

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    Adam..you should of just put the bayonets and knives on this sub section of the forum, as you have already shown the entire collection on this thread in "collections & displays" Newly inherited ww1 items. Would like some help idetifying. and most, if not all of your badge items have already been identified for you. Duplicating threads takes up valuable space. However, I see you have removed the ribbon and buttons, enabling me to identify the other two shoulder straps...both Imperial German M1915 straps, the one with "79" is from "Infanterie-Regt. von Voigts-Rhetz (3.Hannoversches) Nr.79" garriosoned at Hildesheim part of X Armee Korps, and the other with "73" is from "Füsilier-Regt. Feldmarshchall Prinz Albrecht von Preußen (1.Hannoversches) Nr.73" garrisoned at Hannover, also part of X Armee Korps. These two Regiments were entitled to wear the famous "Gibralter" cuff title. Prost ! Steve.
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