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Article about: I would like your opinions on this sawback dress bayonet the scabbard is not the original as it has a serial number and there are no markings on the bayonet. Thanks z4

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    I would like your opinions on this sawback dress bayonet the scabbard is not the original as it has a serial number and there are no markings on the bayonet.

    Thanks z4
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    From the pommel shape and the 3 rivets configuration i would say is a KS98 WW1 period piece, when the sawback is real there, the scabbard is most real combat S84/98 piece in a dress frog?

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    I agree with Andy. Looks like a nice Imperial sawback with combat scabbard and dress frog. It is hard to tell from the pictures, but as long as the teeth look clean cut (machine made) and uniform, I would say you're all right.

    Jim

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    Thanks for the input, the teeth look clean and uniform.

    z4

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    Nice original Imperial era three rivet handle as stated unmarked KS98 original ok one. The rest my forum partners have already replied too. I like the red felt in the slot usually that is long gone. timothy

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