i can remmber that his boots were shiney, and he would sit in frot of the window of the lunge room peeling a apple with a knife. and i think i cryed when he took his false teeth out. ha ha
Thanks for sharing the Family story and for posting the items. Always interesting, when there are stories behind the bayo and other relics. IMO a priceless family artifact and one I hope will be handed down and treasured for ever. Not just another anonymous bayonet.
thanks scout i i will hold this bayonet. and hope to pass it down. i offerd it to my older brother and the medals, as he is serving in the army. and has been been for 15 years. but said no you hold on them.