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My 45 CRS

Article about: Hello gentlemen, My CRS 45. It comes from the family of an old French veteran of the 2DB. She's with a late frog manufactured with leather parts. Unfortunately, the numbers are close but not

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    Hello gentlemen,

    My CRS 45. It comes from the family of a French veteran of the 2DB. She's with a late frog manufactured with leather parts. Unfortunately, the numbers are close but not identical. I like it !!

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    Aws
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    A nice LATE war Paul Weyersberg, At least you have a matching 45 CRS scabbard to go with it even if the serial numbers don't match. So what is the serial number range on that?

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    2 matching numbers ..a match made in heaven . Having both scabbard and bayonet of the same number is a whole artifact. Nice Find..and has witnessed many battles. Regards Larry
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    Nice piece!

    thanks for sharing

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    Outstanding and an extremely rare piece!! Would you be willing to share the serial numbers for those of us who keep databases? Many thanks for your consideration.

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    Hello,
    Thank you for your comments. The scabbard is stamped 6388 and 6362 on the blade.
    Regards
    Last edited by Aws; 09-28-2015 at 09:35 PM.

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    Quote by Aws View Post
    Hello, Thank you for your comments. The scabbard is stamped 6388 and 6362 on the blade. Regards
    Thank you very much for this information!

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    Hello,

    this kinds of frogs were used since 1942 as pictures shown.

    Regards
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    Any 45 dated s84/98 hard to come by nice piece! timothy

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    Quote by Sleepwalker View Post
    Hello,

    this kinds of frogs were used since 1942 as pictures shown.

    Regards
    Looks to be an old belt was used. These are the first I've seen and as a bayonet collector I find very intriguing. Thanks
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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