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    Wwi imperial german frog buТcher bajonett 98/05 - original or not?
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    Looks good to me. Can you read the name on the back?

    Jim

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    Unfortunately I can not read completely
    Something like ..

    C(G)AROLD ADAM(N-R)
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    Can we see the rest of the Knife?
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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    There is a maker listing for Reinhold Adam,Sattlerwarenfabrik,Oberursel/Taunus.....maybe ?
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Quote by Larry C View Post
    Can we see the rest of the Knife?
    Yes of course
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    Now there is a nice bayo By a very rare maker! It is a 98/05 aAsMT, which in laymans terms means it is a 1st model (alter Art) with sawback (mit Sage) transitional (T), 1st model sawback with high ears and flashguard. Undated, but this only happened in 1915. The last line under Schulte & Co. is Gevelsberg. Are there any other markings on it, such as a fraktur "B" on the pommel or an "RK" on the underside of the crossguard?

    Also looks like someone put a layer of varnish or shellac on it. I have had several items over the years that this has been done to. The story goes that a lot of old time collectors did this to preserve it. I've seen it on everything from medals to helmets and of course, bayonets.

    Again a very nice butcher from a rare maker.

    Jim

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    At Butcher has only marking "Z".
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    This maker is sometimes found with the markings I mentioned, so I was curious if yours had them. It is unknown, to me at least, what they signify. Ferdinand Schleutermann is the supplier of the blade, so maybe the other marks are for some other subcontractor?

    Again, great bayo!

    Jim

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    My collection has the same manufacturer. Here we see the marking "S".
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