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Article about: Here's a photo of the German Sawback Bayonet 98/05, maker-marked ANKER-WERKE (Bielefeld) that I recently purchased through Stewarts Military Antiques, thanks to a heads up from Oradour. An a

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    Thanks, Steve. It was a pleasure dealing with Stewarts Militaria. I'm very happy with it. Thanks again for telling me about them.
    The camo helmet looks a lot better in hand. The pics don't do it justice. It's just a shell. No liner. I've always had trouble reading the mm. Looks like.. W66 and on the top it's R496. It's also named. Fischer II 2/110.


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    Very nice dagger. I was tempted to get it myself Though other things cought my eye and then more things cought my eye. I still cant decide.

    Very nice display aswell. I love displays like that

    Cheers, Pat

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    Hey, Pat. I'm glad you didn't buy it. Haha! I know what you mean. Thanks.


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    Quote by rogge16 View Post
    Hey Helmetone,
    I know. My camera is junk! I did get some closeups but they looked bad. Sorry. A good camera is next on my list.

    I was just poking fun at ya, lol. I had much the same problem with a less than stellar camera, but it was all I had. My wife has a tendency to make off with the high end camera for taking pics of the kid, so I only get it when I can steal it back. Still, a great looking bayonet!

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    Luke, your helmet mark "W66" is the mm for " Hermann Weissenburger & Co" in Stuttgart-Canstatt, they only made size 66. I have the exact same M16 helmet in my collection from that same maker !
    The mark "R496", indicates that the batch of steel from which your helmet was made, is from the rolling mills at "Stahlwerk Röchling" in Volkingen.
    Prost ! Steve.
    "The German Army is the perfectly adapted, perfectly running Machine. The difference is that the Germans are organised with a view to War...with the cold, hard, practical and business-like purpose of winning victories."
    G.W. Steevens - The Daily Mail (1897)

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    Excellent blade! I have always wanted one myself, but just have a standard butcher bayo at the moment. Got to be happy to be the owner of this one.


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    WOW, Steve! Thanks for the information. Maybe we can get a look at your helmet one of these days. And again, thanks to all for your comments.


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    Great stuff! congratulations!


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