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Trying to I.D. these bayonets

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    hey guys
    My girlfriend just purchased these bayonets for me and i am still pretty new to collecting and was wondering if i could get some help finding out where these are from date etc...any help would be appreciated
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    They are probably German export bayonets. One looks portuguese. Sorry I cannot help that much. My main area is America and regular German blades.

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    They look like Turkish M35 bayonets made in Germany by WKC as one is marked that way.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    thanks a lot for the info any and all is appreciated even the little bits of info help out a beginner

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    Hello-small shield on the blade of the first bayo is the Chilean national crest-bayo is for M1895 Mauser rifle for Chile made in Germany.

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    Nr.1 Chilean M1895, german export
    Nr.2 Turkish M1935

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    thx andy very much appreciated

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