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3 Kurland battlefield k98 bayonets

Article about: You might have seen these in my digging thread,but I`ll post them here as well. All 3 found on Battlefields in Kurland,latvia.

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    You might have seen these in my digging thread,but I`ll post them here as well. All 3 found on Battlefields in Kurland,latvia.

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    Interesting relics.

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    what could they tell us ?.

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    not more than rust eat metal I Guess
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    Inka you will be suprised a light clean could reveal a lot of info just under the crossguard on both sides will be makers marks and serial numbers also maybe the blade spine

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    Here is one found in the river where I live.
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    Hi Inka, I like too much bayonets, which comes from battlefield - and Kurland is very lucrative location. I also have some K98 bayonets, which comes direct from battlefield where I live. They are in good condition, because my grandfather pick up them from trenches and bunkers only few years after war... I have to post them too

    Regard Peter

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    Hi Inka..welcome to the forum....wow I think you have topped the list of the crustys....with salt added. Battle field finds are great..as long as it is done with respect. Great bayos!! Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    Nice battlefield 84/98's S marked one is a early production one I am amazed at the condition of a couple of them. timothy

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