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F.W.Holler,P.Weyersberg,asw,ffc,fnj,cvl,s/244g

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    F.W.Holler - 8228j (1938)
    ffc - 6360d (1942)
    Paul Weyersberg - 18522 (1937)
    S/244G - 5232b (1935)
    asw - 7624h (1942)
    fnj - 5858i (1943)
    cvl - 527 (1943)
    P.Weyersberg - 9046d (1937)


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    nice, varied collection! Looks like 3 Yugo and one Austrian or Czech frogs.

    Jim

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    These bayonets are not cool...THEY ARE AWESOME I love K98 bayonets, especially ones with wood grips.

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    Quote by Jim P View Post
    nice, varied collection! Looks like 3 Yugo and one Austrian or Czech frogs.

    Jim
    Definetly on the frogs totally agree Jim nice selection of s84/98 though. timothy

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    Bayonets are probably partly yugoslavia reworks, the frog on second picture nr.4 from left is most real greek or turkish rework, the other 2 next to right are yugoslavian M24 and the last one on the piece with light wood replacement grips is yugoslavian M48. Minimum S/244G should be with wood grips.

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    Great eye, as always, Andy!

    Jim

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    TNX and all bayonets are german K98,frogs are yugoslavian and wood on one is new (because the excavated and the wood is rotted).s/244 may have changed after the war by the Yugoslav Army.

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    TNX and all bayonets are german K98,frogs are yugoslavian and wood on one is new (because the excavated and the wood is rotted).s/244 may have changed after the war by the Yugoslav Army.
    Yes, all original 84/98's, but the ones with numbers stamped on the cross guards and frog studs were reissued/reworked by Yugoslavia after WWII. I didn't see the numbers until I expanded the picture.

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    Some have numbers typed after the war, but the couple were not used in the Yugoslav army and no have subsequently typed numbers. (excavated or preserved after the war)

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