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Article about: Hi I have this German bayonet, probably from ww1, can anyone tell me what it is? pioneer? manufactor is Deutsche Mashinenfabrik A-G Duisburg. Regards Yab.

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    Hi I have this German bayonet, probably from ww1, can anyone tell me what it is? pioneer? manufactor is Deutsche Mashinenfabrik A-G Duisburg.
    Regards Yab.
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    Default Re: Unknown German bayonet.

    Dates from the First World War - there might be a date on the back of the blade.

    It is a S84/98 made by Deutsche Mashinenfabrik A-G or Demag for short.

    Fitted the Mauser K98 rifle.

    The design (without the sawback) was the standard design used by German forces in WW2.

    The saw was designed as a tool - not as a means of inflicting additional injury.

    Looks to be in good condition.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Default Re: Unknown German bayonet.

    Hi, thanks, there is no numbers stamped in it, but some small marks who seems to be a kings crown and a letter under?
    but they are very small.
    Regards Yab.

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    Hi, thanks, there is no numbers stamped in it, but some small marks who seems to be a kings crown and a letter under?
    but they are very small.
    Regards Yab.
    They are inspection stamps.

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    Quote by Richie B View Post
    They are inspection stamps.
    This is on a sword pommel, but the same idea, which also indicated government property. FP
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    Default Re: Unknown German bayonet.

    Hi, yes it could be the same stamp, thanks.
    Regards Yab.

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    As this is not a pioneer bayonet sawback in this case was destined for NCO.

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