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k98 bayonet, matching numbers

Article about: On the plus side, at least in my part of the U.S., the German Police frogs are harder to find than the Luftwaffe ones. And the frog does seem to be in nice condition. Regards, Fred

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    Nice original bayonet with a original Luftwaffe frog, looks like the blade has been reblued imo.

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    Hi SnowMonster ...you have the best of 3 worlds...great condition...matching numbers..and a frog..which makes this bayo complete! Nice find!! Regards Larry

    41 fnj is identified as Alexander Coppel..aka Alcoso seen here in our K98 date registry k98 bayonets data and registry

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    Nice 84/98 by fnj (Alcoso) I think dated 41 nice set they don't get any better. timothy

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    Can you read what is stamped on the frog? It looks like Otto Graf...1939.....Leipzig,is that right?.....Pete.
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    It's a nice looking rig , and offhand I don't get the sense of a reblued blade as there are some same period OEM types such as Coppel with a high polish finish. With the grips looking unblemished in the images posted which is usually a good sign. But Luftwaffe? Maybe, but there should be an "LBA" marking on the back, and absent that it might be a Police frog(?). Regards, Fred

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    v/nice set.

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    Quote by Frogprince View Post
    It's a nice looking rig , and offhand I don't get the sense of a reblued blade as there are some same period OEM types such as Coppel with a high polish finish. With the grips looking unblemished in the images posted which is usually a good sign. But Luftwaffe? Maybe, but there should be an "LBA" marking on the back, and absent that it might be a Police frog(?). Regards, Fred
    That was what I was thinking Frogprience more fits a rural police than luft and absent LBA mark couldn't say for sure even some early pre war Heer equipment was brown but that frog looks like a lot of police I have seen. timothy

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    Hello,

    the color of the frog belongs to the police... so frog and bayonet don´t belongs together.


    Regards

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ID:	603407 hmph what a disappointment, I would have liked it to be Luftwaffe frog..

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