It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C
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Sorry to everybody because not all the information at time - I posted here all photos sent me by dealer and I got all info only when I was handed over the blades...
The one made by Simson is probably a spanish contract M1882/93,reworked by them with new grips, the other one should be romanian M1893 unfortunally captured by Turkey and reworked there for M1935 rifle.
Many thanks to AndyB - respect
Sorry to reserrect an old post but..... the Austro-Hungarian bayonet may very well be a German S71/84 made for and sold with the German Commission Rifle - the Gew88 - made by Steyr on contract for the Imperial German government. See if it fits a Gew88. The Spanish Mauser bayonet resembles the German S71/84 but will not fit the German rifles.