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1940 K98 dress bayonet?

Article about: Hey guys, I could use some thoughts to help ID this bayonet. It was made by Emil Voos Solingen. Just typing that name is I found info that it is a K98 dress bayo due to its high shine nickel

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    There is I think some good news, and I'm sorry to have to say some bad news. The good news is that the frog looks to be a good example of a German combat (98K) frog. With the bad news being that it IMO really belongs on another type of bayonet. And the scabbard with the ovoid(?) frog stud is from a foreign (possibly South American?) contract bayonet. FP

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    Yea, I didnt notice that. Thanx FP. My grandfather had a bunch of argentinen mausers so Im guessing that scabbard must be for one of the weyersberg kirschbaum &co solingen bayonets that he has... So should the scabbard also be nickel plated? Would the frog look different from a combat frog? Kinda cool the frog is a combat type, I would really love to pick up a K98 combat bayonet soon....

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