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    Hello
    I"m no expert on etched bayonet. So please help. Original or not?
    Regards

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    A very nice original Luftwaffe!
    Any markings on the frog?
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    Hi Dok....the Bayo itself is authentic...one of the greatest problems with collecting bayonets is the etch that has plagued the hobby in recent mass production.

    I would say the etch was never there during the period....and only a handful of Bayo guys here have sharp enough eyes to see the difference. I would wait for their opinions on the etch itself.

    The Frog is authentic..but not sure if it belongs to this bayo. Wait for Sleepwalker or Fred to chime in also.

    Regards Larry
    Last edited by Larry C; 09-27-2016 at 10:33 AM.
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    Quote by Larry C View Post
    Hi Dok....the Bayo itself is authentic...one of the greatest problems with collecting bayonets is the etch that has plagued the hobby in recent mass production.

    I would say the etch was never there during the period....and only a handful of Bayo guys here have sharp enough eyes to see the difference. I would wait for their opinions on the etch itself.

    The Frog is authentic..but not sure if it belongs to this bayo. Wait for Sleepwalker or Fred to chime in also.

    Regards Larry
    I agree. We look forward to the conclusion by then etched blade.
    Information on the markings of the frog I do not have.
    Last edited by Larry C; 09-27-2016 at 10:33 AM.

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