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    hello can anyone help me with identification of this bayo?marked with two squirrels sitting ''back to back'' and the letters C.E.
    leather scabbard and strange looking ''high horns''what is this model?
    best wishes
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    The two squirrels and the C.E may be the marking of Carl Eickhorn, Solingen.Can you take a photo of the mark?

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    Quote by sorecat View Post
    The two squirrels and the C.E may be the marking of Carl Eickhorn, Solingen.Can you take a photo of the mark?
    Definitely, the mark of Carl Eickhorn.
    Ralph.
    Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)

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    actually i don't have an option in a few hours maybe
    thanks! the Carl eickhorn sounds propably .anyone knows the model?
    good luck

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    um i know what that squirell emblem is but i have never seen it on bayos before only daggers and swords and such fancy things, never a battle bayo but it could be a parade bayo perhaps? this pic is of a similar parade bayonet for the german police but the bayonet is way to crude to be a parade bayonet atleast in my opinion but lets wait for the experts to step in

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    i cannot make the photo but i found it its the same two sqirrels
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    marvellous....discovered the productor.How much is long the bayonet?

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    i dont have option to mere it,but on other forum someone wrote me that this is
    an walking out version of 71/84 bayonet without muzzle ring
    it may be true,the handle of mine is covered with nickel
    thanks for helping!

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    i have found in the web a several 71/84 bayos (one of them is dress bayonet)
    and all of them have a profiled handle except of mine (last photo)the handle is traight
    anyone know why?
    does the low serial number on press stud mean anything? it have number 546
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    Last edited by michal19; 04-29-2015 at 04:57 PM.

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