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    Cant comment on the others, but the FZE (FW HOLLER) is a beautiful and hard to find Bayonet. Here is a 43 FZE example, a littler later war. Would love to have the 41 example tho. I forget if I traded this or not. Beautiful pick ups on the bayos

    Your S/177 is a coppel probably dates prewar
    And same wuth the S155 Horster - dates about 1937 id say
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    Real nice s84/98 bayonets ! Agree on the fze 41 don't find them often. timothy

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    Billy the S/177G was made by E.Pack in 1935

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    Quote by stingray View Post
    Billy the S/177G was made by E.Pack in 1935

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    Thank you my friend,been out of the Bayo game for a while

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    Nice bayo's! Interesting that the Horster (S/155) has the serial number on the pommel, I can't recall seeing that before. Like what has been said, the FZE (holler) is a nice code to find, not real common. I also like the 3 digit serial numbers. I wouldn"t mind seeing some better pictures of the Horster (S/155)

    Jim

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    Quote by Jim P View Post
    Nice bayo's! Interesting that the Horster (S/155) has the serial number on the pommel, I can't recall seeing that before. Jim

    The 522 stamped to the pommel is a post war addition indicative of reissue.

    Nice bayonets, thanks for posting .....

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    Quote by kriegsmodell View Post
    The 522 stamped to the pommel is a post war addition indicative of reissue.

    Nice bayonets, thanks for posting .....
    That is what I would normally have thought, I just found it strange that it matched the original serial number.

    Jim

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    Those are nice. So do the scabbards match the bayonets?
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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