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WW1 Bayonet

Article about: G'day my Lovely Missus bought this for me at a local market and i wondered if any one can help me identify it, I first thought it was German but now i'm thinking Austrian. It is in excellent

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    G'day my Lovely Missus bought this for me at a local market and i wondered if any one can help me identify it, I first thought it was German but now i'm thinking Austrian.
    It is in excellent condition,the scabbard is like new and the blade is un sharpened.
    apart from the makers name the blade is also marked with a shield with a star in it and 3 inter linked circles with serial no- F 258 the scabbard has no numbers only a circle and cross stamped on the little pommel at the end and on the top where the blade enters.
    Thanks Phill.Click image for larger version. 

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    Moderators please feel free to move this if iv'e posted it wrong.

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    I have this info for ya from J.A Maddox's book "Collecting Bayonets" (he is a Very Very nice fella)
    Regards
    René

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    Thanks Rene' it looks similar but it's not quite the same, Cheers Mate

    Phill

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    ok it's a S71/84 Dress bayo deffo- with a mismatch scabbard
    Regards
    René

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    Certainly more like it Rene` but as you can see the blade on mine is extensively marked, P.S Kool book Mate

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    Quote by WOODSNAKE View Post
    Certainly more like it Rene` but as you can see the blade on mine is extensively marked, P.S Kool book Mate
    If you want this book (very short print run and no reprint) you can contact him here Collecting Bayonets
    Regards
    René

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    Cheers Mate i'll check it out

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    Hello
    chilean bayonet export
    the first stamp is the national mark
    the second is Krupp steel mark
    cordially
    Didier

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    Thanks Didier, I read that they sent a lot to Chile and Spain after the War, what year do you think it was made? and what would you pay for something like this?

    Regards Phill

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