Hi Dragunov, i'm sure someone on here can help you. Have you tried researching these pieces yourself? What did you find? Do you know what they are?
Hi Eedelweiss123, i dont have much information about them, i just found that is a rare ww2 Vz sniper scope, and the short bayonet is hungarian made in limited series.
I know i can find some opinion here and what would be the prices.
The french bayonet is likely a lebel is it marked that one would be good for between 60 - 100 dollars!! The other is hungarian i believe as you said i dont remeber then name but i think that may be a good bayonet as in worth over 100 dollars at least !!
The French bayonet is not a Lebel it is a Mle 1874 Gras.
What is interesting about it is the muzzle ring which is a later addition. The back of the pommel appears to have been ground down.
I wonder if it could be a German modification ?
Hungarian bayonet - loads of information about the rifles and bayonets on this site
Manowar's Hungarian Weapons
Just a shot in the dark, i believe it is a bayonet for the Hungarian Mannlicher M1943 Infantry Rifle. Take a look at this link: Hungarian Weapons Mannlicher Infantry Rifle Hungary
The webiste states that as it has a front site it was designed for cavalry use as the infantry issued bayonets did not have the front sight.
I cant vouch for the reliability of this information but just thought id share it.
Thank you gentlemens,the long bayonet have no modification, there is a mark on blade '' Alex Coppel Solingen'' but what can you say about the sniper scope ?
I'm going to revise my view on the bayonet which I previously thought was French. The fact that it is made by Alex Coppel makes me think that it is a Romanian Model 1879. The addition to the muzzle ring is still of great interest - Anthony Carter describes one in his book on German Ersatz bayonets.