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Article about: Hi All, I have just received this dress bayonet, I bought it as I thought it was the same as a semi-relic one I already have. Is it from the TR period and a genuine item? The release button

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    Hi All,
    I have just received this dress bayonet, I bought it as I thought it was the same as a semi-relic one I already have. Is it from the
    TR period and a genuine item? The release button is false unlike my other one, but I am no expert at all. Your help would be
    greatly appreciated on any information regarding this bayonet. Thanks

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    It doesn't get any better than this one for sure. It's a dress bayonet made by WKC for Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co. The "clip" is only there for show, and a private purchase dress bayonet with stag horn handles, nice. There would have been a coloured piece of felt in the slide, to denote branch of service.........Coupled with a brown leather scabbard, and Luftwaffe knot AND LBA marked...................very desirable!
    Is the scabbard an early date BTW .

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    Hi John, That's great news Thanks mate. The scabbard appears undated Thanks for your help as always

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    Agree with John's post all the way. Don't think there is any question about this item. Very nice!

    Steve

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    Nice ks98! Most likely manufactured around WWI and still being used into WWII.

    Jim

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    Luftwaffe,very nice.

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    A good example and nice to see.
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    Nice early KS 98 in Luftwaffe frog and knot. timothy

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