They are original, but condition is not great and the lack of scabbards would kill it for me.
They are real alright, cost, one is missing a part, no scabards, rough enought blades, depends on makers, 35 euro each at a stretch..one of the bayo guys will put you straight...
Just copped the picture of your id(Obergefreiter Joseph Porta) very good..
I am pretty new at collecting so bare with me =) I see everything from the war as priceless, maybe it will get better soon so I can leave the not so fine stuff alone haha.
I was also able to buy one complete bajo matching number and he said Nummerrens tysk K-98 bajonet - cof 43 which I dont know what it means..It says 43 FNJ on the blade and scabbard.
But this one was rather expensive, dont really know what price is for a bajo this condition with matching numbers,
Haha nice, Love him in Sven hassels books
Dude this is the one you should go for depending on price, when you start collecting, you get inpatient and want to buy, buy, buy...take it easy and buy stuff that you will still enjoy looking at, 5 or 6 years into collection...i can tell you from my limited experience of collection, i look at some of the stuff i bought early on and i say, why the hell did i buy this for...this bayo looks well, nice clean blade, matching numbers.....it would just depend on the asking price, i guess 140 euro??
The last "matching" bayonet you mention in Post #5- it is not matching just because it has the same manufacturer - the bayonet and scabbard serial numbers must also match.
I am slightly confused because you mention two different manufacturers codes "cof" (Carl Eickhorn) and "fnj" (Coppel).
The first five bayonets are IMO worthless except perhaps for some spare parts.
Have a look at this site - lots of bayonets !
k98 bayonets data and registry