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K98 Bayonet Collection

Article about: What, no Diamant ? Seriously though, nice group of bayonets. Like anything we collect, these are Very addictive.........!

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    What, no Diamant ? Seriously though, nice group of bayonets.
    Like anything we collect, these are Very addictive.........!
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Reibert, sorry for the long delay in replying to your question. No,that particular frog is date stamped with 1941.

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    Roger

    Very nice collection! Any shots of the blades, if handy? Would love to see them

    Mark

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    These bayonets have a certain beauty to them. I find when they are in a group, with many different color handles it really makes them each pop out.

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    Quote by mpw View Post
    Very good collection. Were there any produced in 1945?

    Mark.
    I was thinking the same?

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    Outstanding collection.

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    Bit of luck AndyB will chime in? He is Very Sharp on the 45 question
    Regards
    René

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    K98 bayonets were produced in 1945, but the number is small
    and so are difficult to find - A rough estimate of only
    24,893 were made that year.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    I believe real estimate from last number would be under 20000 numbers.

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    Quote by AndyB View Post
    I believe real estimate from last number would be under 20000 numbers.

    Sorry to again bring back another old thread but in agreement with Andrej on this issue wholeheartedly. The number of confirmed 1945 dated S84/98 is VERY small. From the serial numbers recorded the total production appears to be less than 20,000 pieces. The only confirmed completed examples were produced by E & F Hörster (45sgx) and Paul Weyersberg (45crs). There are also a few relic condition blade blanks only by Maschinenhaus, Ferlac (bym - 5 on spine) confirmed pieces. These comments come from researching and collecting serial number data for 1944 & 45 dated S84/98 for over 15 years. My thoughts only - Lance O. Adams .....

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