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Oppinions on etched k98 bayonet.

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    Hello what do you guys think abouth this Bayonet?Oppinions on etched k98 bayonet.Oppinions on etched k98 bayonet.Oppinions on etched k98 bayonet.Oppinions on etched k98 bayonet.

    Best Regards Tobias.

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    The scabbard is incorrect - it belongs to a S84/98 issue bayonet. I won't comment on the etching as I know nothing about the subject.

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    Thank you Richie! for information!

    Regards Tobias

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    1934 dated Wehrmacht service/issue scabbard. The postwar etching a more recent addition IMO maybe from CZ, or perhaps somewhere else. Best Regards, Fred

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    It looks odd the etching looks in better condition than the rest of the blade. I agree with Fred on recent application.
    John

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    Same opinion, the etch is correct for Klaas, anyway it looks too crisp and new. scabbard is S84/98 in worser codition.b.r.Andy

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    Just saw this thread today, so a week late. But agree with all comments. It is a copy of a Klass remembrance etching, but the quality is not as good as a real Klass etching. Most noticeable is the poorly defined lettering in the remembrance motto, also the swirling end crosses lack fineness of definition. It would fool a novice collector and highlights the dangers of etched type. Get advice before you buy.

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    Just saw this thread today, so a week late. But agree with all comments. It is a copy of a Klass remembrance etching, but the quality is not as good as a real Klass etching. Most noticeable is the poorly defined lettering in the remembrance motto, also the swirling end crosses lack fineness of definition. It would fool a novice collector and highlights the dangers of etched type. Get advice before you buy.
    a small correction my friend.

    ITS KLAAS not KLASS

    Ger

    I dont know why numerous people spell this name incorrect, but fact is they do LOL

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    Blame it on dyslexia, all those "A"s and "S"ss, Klaass got it.

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    R U ssjuur?

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