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    Just got this bayonet online. I know it has some issues, but I'm sure we all have seen worse.
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    Hi warbuff...salty but origianl..is there any markings that can be seen beneath the dirt and rust? Regards Larry
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    Just got here today the only thing I can make out on the blade is 41 d

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    If you clean it a bit it should read 41ddl...made in 1941 by Jos. Corts.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Thanks what should I clean it with

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    My advice is do not clean your bayo from rust, will lose its value.
    Now it looks really good, it has that old look, that's always nice to see.
    Just put a little oil on it, to save bayo from further deterioration.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    What kind of oil? That may be a dumb question

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    Not at all, actually a very clever question, I know that some people have made ​​a mistake and used an aggressive oil.
    Try it with some non-aggressive light oil for precision devices, just to get the rust "bluish patina."
    Let the oil sit for a few days, and her very gently wipe, with a cotton cloth.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    Thanks for the advice

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