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Unknown Portapee (?) Need Help with ID

Article about: Here is a Dagger or Sword Knot that I bought from my Picker yesterday, I have no idea what branch it is for, can anyone help out? Thank you Dean Canada

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    Default Unknown Portapee (?) Need Help with ID

    Here is a Dagger or Sword Knot that I bought from my Picker yesterday, I have no idea what branch it is for, can anyone help out?

    Thank you
    Dean
    Canada

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    Hang tight Dean..someone will be along shortly Best Larry
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    Thank you, I was thinking that it might be fire dept or something like that, however I really do not know or collect German WW2 aside from safe ordnance.

    Take Care
    Dean

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    Hi Dean, here you go:

    Alcoso Feuerschutz Poliezi Sabel?

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks again Ade!!! The bit in the end is a "pink" colour, so I was thinking it might be fire as I mentioned.

    Dean O
    Canada

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    agree with Ade.

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    Looks like a very nice example of a Feuerwehr bayonet knot, the tarnish just adds some character to it. I suspect it's for a bayonet because from the pics, the bulb looks like the small size. The säbel knot would have a larger bulb.

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