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WW1 bayonet regimental markings help

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    Anyone know if these are regimental marks on the scabbard and if so what unit?Click image for larger version. 

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    Bavarian 16th Infantry Regiment. Company 7. Weapon 181.

    Kgl. Bayerisches 16. Infanterie-Regiment Großherzog Ferdinand von Toskana

    Part of Bavarian 1st Division.

    Some history here

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1st_Ro...arian_Division

    The scabbard pre-dates the bayonet. By 1917 they were issued with all steel versions.

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    Hello Richie,can you please help me with these unit markings,many thanks Carlo.
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    Very nice! Henckels, same as many of my kitchen knives

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    Quote by Carlo3 View Post
    Hello Richie,can you please help me with these unit markings,many thanks Carlo.
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    8th Royal Bavarian Chevau-légers (Königlich Bayerisches Chevaulegers-Regiment Nr. 8) Squadron/Eskadron No 2. The last number, which I can't read, is the individual weapon number.

    A light cavalry regiment of the Royal Bavarian Army. The regiment was formed in 1905 and fought in World War I. The regiment was disbanded in 1919.

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