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    Lads I picked this up today , I believe it's a ww1 german bayonet it's stamped both sides , solligen on one and Erfurt on the other the diligent stamp is hard to see in the picture but it's there with other words and a prism/pyramid logo.
    Paid 50€ for it , what model is it and if it's real how much is it worth if anything!it originated in Italy and was recovered from the alps ,, apparently !

    Cheers lads
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    98/05 "butcher" bayonet and it certainly looks real to me, the blade is fairly rough so i'd pay 50 euros max!...
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Cheers lads, any idea why it would of been up the alps? Did they have troops up there in ww1!?

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    German troops were fighting the Italians in northern Italy in 1917!...
    Italian Front (World War I) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Cheers lads, there's more markings on it but very hard to read them a "4" and another stamp !
    Thanks for the info lads that's my first bayonet
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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    gunnys correct,teeth just been ground off.
    There never was a sawback on Fitzer´s bayonet !

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    I thought that myself when I seen the stamp/marks on the blade top reibert!
    Jasus maybe I'm learning something after all !

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    Hi, your bayonet is very nice and certainly saw a lot of action. I also post some of my Mauser 1898/05 bayonets to compare, they are not in best condition but comes direct from my town, near which German forces fight during World War I. Bayonet in the middle has removed saw, and it is visible.

    Regards peter
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    Great collection peter, just noticing the slight difference when they remove the saw section! The only problem is it won't fit in my display cabinet !😃
    Ye the blade has had a bit of action but that adds to it I think,
    €50 is ok I think for it is it?

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