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    Default Engraved Dress bayonet

    I have a person wanting to sell this to me...rough in some ways. Is it real or fantasy...if real what value should it be at before I make an offer?
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    Opps forgot one
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    to me the engraving has got depth so ok imo.

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    no idea on price.

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    Seems a good etched bayo Spitzer production.a scarce etch..it s.a Pity the poor condition...i m not able to give a right price for it too

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    Not a pattern I am familiar with. Looks good, but you would really want to compare it carefully to other originals, especially the fine details. That being said, I am always leery of poor conditioned etched bayo's.

    Jim

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    I,m with Jim on this one, i,m very wary of etched bayonets and you really need to compare a known original etched one with this inscription, what worries me is there appears to be no wear on the raised centre of the fuller on either side , baring in mind the overall condition it appears that the blade may have been re-polished at some time and then the inscription added, but the lettering , images and depth look to be of the right configuration, apart from the lack of wear over the etching it could be a goodun

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    I agree I usually avoid etched ones unless I can now the source too much of a minefield but that is a couple of original KS98 Frank I can say that for sure. I guess that etching boils down to the maker and other factors. Nice to see your post you usually have some pretty good Veteran acquired stuff. timothy

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    me too ,but as I said its got depth so ok.imo

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    Even if the bayonet is 100% original it would need to be very cheap to overlook the condition problems. Most dagger and bayonet collectors want their items in VG-Mint condition.

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