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K98 bayonet, matching numbers, in tropical web frog

Article about: Hi Guys, I thought you would enjoy seeing this one. Never been in a collection and untouched. Cheers, Ade.

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    Hi Guys, I thought you would enjoy seeing this one. Never been in a collection and untouched.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    I love this...

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    Impressive Ade ...I know ink and fabric sometimes do not mix well..and curious of the stamping on the reverse of the frog..it appears it may be a 1943 stamp..but not sure.

    Regards Larry
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    Hi Larry, even in hand it is hard to make out. But it is a lovely item.

    I showed it Reg yesterday in hand.

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    Adrian-how could it not have been in a prior collection?-War's been over for 70 years now...

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    Things are still coming direct from Vets and their family's. They are not collectors.

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    That's a real nice s84/98 tropical tail end of DAK campaign bayonet by fze (F.W. Holler & Co.) matching piece too! Thanks for showing Ade. timothy

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    Hi Guys, I left an absentee bid on this while I was away on holiday in Egypt and was most surprised to come home and discover I had one it for £100.

    I will collect it from work on Tuesday.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Looks like 1943 for sure, Wow, what a great piece!!! The scabbard #'s should be matching, you would think?

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    Indeed, they do match: 4139.

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