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    Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me find some information on these. Im playing around with the idea of selling them too so if anyone has a price I would really appreciate it. What I was told is that I can get $200 - $300 a piece. Is that far off?

    Thanks in advance.
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    That is a good price. Maybe 200 for each, maybe a little less. They both have the frogs, which is good. Nice pieces.

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    Yes ,very nice!

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    The first one is for the Army ( or Heer in German) and is a private purchase bayonet worn for walking out. Made by WKC.

    The second one is a Fireman's dress bayonet.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thanks everyone for the info and the help. I really appreciate it!!!

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    The first one is for the Army ( or Heer in German) and is a private purchase bayonet worn for walking out. Made by WKC.
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    The frog depends to a Dienst-Seitengewehr, ("Duty"-bayonet), 84/98 III, of the Wehrmacht, not to the Extra-Seitengewehr, or: "Ausgeh-Bajonett", ("dress"-bayonet) !

    BTW, the "Walking-out"-bayonet show´s the, (so called), "Karabiner-Klinge", ("carbine-blade").

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    nice bayonets & in really good shape, thanks for showing them, I traded the only one I had to a member on here, now they cost too much for me to get another one, oh well, very nice blades.

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    Does anyone have any advice on where to post these for sale? Besides ebay of course.

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    We have our own German items sales forum here. Free to use!

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Yes, it is real.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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