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    i have the attached bayonet for sale,huw much i can take for it?
    best regards
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    While I am not a free appraisal service, I will tell you that you have a fairly uncommon model 1915 "Gottscho" bayonet. While they usually have a fair value, this one has lost most of it due to a heavy handed cleaning effort. The grips have been either stripped, sanded heavily or replaced entirely. If I were to come across it in a shop, I would offer $50 for it.

    Jim

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    I'm afraid Jim is right, it seems to suffer from a disgracefully over zealous cleaning. Too bad, it is a hard to find bayonet.

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