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K98 Registry data and & Rbnr

Article about: Here are 3 useful links in determining all those markings and stampings and makers one sees on their K98 bayonet and Frog. Also included is a useful site on German Ordnance codes. The K98 co

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    Hello
    Here is a table of the makers of K98 ( S code and others)
    Regards
    Alain
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    Hi ..
    Your S/Code list is out of date .. Here is an update of S/Codes
    S/codes used on bayonets between the years 1934 - 1937 ..

    S / 155 - E.u.F. Hörster, Solingen
    S / 172 - Carl Eickhorn, Solingen
    S / 173 - Coppel GmbH, Solingen
    S / 174 - Weyersberg, Kirschbaum und Cie. (aka WKC) Waffenfabrik GmbH, Solingen-Wald
    S / 175 - F.W.Höller, Solingen
    S / 176 - P.Weyersberg, Solingen
    S / 177 - Ernst Pack und Söhne, Solingen
    S.178 - Gebr.Heller, Marienthal bei Schweina, Thueringen
    S / 184 - Remscheider Hobelmesserfabrik Josua Corts und Sohn, Remscheid
    S / 185 - Elite-Diamantwerk, Siegmar-Schönau bei Chemnitz
    S.238 - Dürkopp Werke, Bielefeld
    S / 239 - Rich.A.Herder, Solingen
    S / 240 - Friedrich A. Herder und Sohn, Solingen
    S / 241 - Clemen & Jung, Solingen
    S / 242 - Berg & Co, Solingen-Ohligs
    S / 244 - Mundlos AG, Magdeburg Nord
    S / 245 - J.Sch. - Jetter und Scherrer, Tuttlingen

    I even use this S/Code for my collections of SG 84/98 III bayonets (also called the K98 bayonet) ..

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    The Community thanks you JT and I updated the list with your information

    Regards Larry
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

    One never knows what tree roots push to the surface of what laid buried before the tree was planted - Larry C

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