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Weyersberg Kirschbaum made bayonet marked & numbered

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    it is numbered and marked Weyersberg Wirschbaum Solingen, is it real and why would they number the bayonets as this one?

    Thank you
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    it is numbered and marked Weyersberg Wirschbaum Solingen, is it real and why would they number the bayonets as this one?

    Thank you
    looks like a contract bayonet sold to another country. a lot of German bayonets were contracted to South American counties, etc.

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    Default Re: WW2 Bayonet marked & numbered

    This is a German made bayonet for export.

    Possibly for use on the Turkish Mauser rifle,
    or some other European country..........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    It's real, being an export Model of 1895 to Chile. But the frog looks like it's Yugoslavian, and sometimes the bayonets were numbered to the rifles. FP

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    Thanks all on you comments
    FP, frog has the same number as on the bayonet?

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    Quote by ado View Post
    Thanks all on you comments
    FP, frog has the same number as on the bayonet?
    Not really, what I was referring to were rifles and bayonets with the same serial number shipped from the factory together. With, depending on the customer, maker, model, and the contract sometimes the bayonets and scabbards having the same number. If the Yugoslavian bayonet frog has the same number, it just means to me that somebody is trying to create a fake "extra added value item" presumably to try and sell for more money. Regards, FP

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