If it is "one or the other" I would say the Eichorn as well, but for the condition they are in, and the fact that they have been for sale awhile, I would definitely shoot him a lower price. Can't hurt to try, right?
For me none - both are hevy cleaned.
Save your money and invest it in a bayonet who is in better shape.
With such a bayonet you will be satisfied a longer time.
Bayonet frog is most likely cut-down Austro-Hungarian type. (I m not 100% shure.)
No means to disrespect you Rancid,but I would really like to hear Lance's opinion as well , is it or is it not worth buying this bayo.
P.S. It's really difficult for me tho find good bayos here in Bulgaria,most of them are sharpened or in terrible condition,this two are some of the best I've seen up for sale here.