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Article about: Hi all Here's my K98 bayonet its mismatched the blade is Mundlos 40' No 8391 WaA 243 double stamped on pommel, flash gard and one to release catch!! the scabbard is 43 FNJ No 8465 WaA 8** on

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    Hi all
    Here's my K98 bayonet
    its mismatched the blade is Mundlos 40' No 8391 WaA 243 double stamped on pommel, flash gard, cross gard and one to the release catch!!
    the scabbard is 43 FNJ No 8465 WaA 8** on ball finial
    Frog is marked Josef Lechner, Hamburg 39, 1940
    thoughts please
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    A nice example of an 84/98 bayonet, even if mismatched. Always nice to have an original frog to complete the set. Is this your first 84/98 or just another one added to the collection?

    Jim

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    Hi Jim
    picked this one up for a very reasonable price from a local Gun dealer!! he had a job lot come in !! not his usual thing!!! and I also bought several more!!! ( a Swiss STG 57, Swiss R33, a Vz 24, a Mk 5 Ghurka khukri... and even a 1907 Enfield British Wilkinson bayo resto project (see my other thread)!!!!

    1907 WW I bayonet (well meaning owner restored!!!!)

    at the price I couldn't really resist!! I always used to say I wouldn't start collecting bayonets!!! hurumph!!! and they call cigarettes addictive!!!

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    Quote by austromunga View Post
    I always used to say I wouldn't start collecting bayonets!!! hurumph!!! and they call cigarettes addictive!!!
    Its candy for the eyes and candy for your collection. Sounds like you have a bit of a fever . Good to see that in this hobby Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

    “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” - Winston Churchill

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    From the blueing and special ended flashguard i would say its a postwar refurbished, looks too dark the blueing on pommel and crosguard. br.Andy
    PS ball finial should be WaA519

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    Hi Guys
    Thanks for the comments!!
    Andy,
    The ball finial could very well be a"5" and not an "8".... as you can see it is worn/miss-stamped... and the finish is very good so refinished is very real possibility!!!

    would I be right in saying FNJ is A. Coppel maker!????
    and blade Mundlos A.G. Magdeburg!???

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    43 fnj is Coppel GmbH and Mundlos is clear, You are correct by designation of makers.b.r.Andy

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