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98/05 RLM stampet butcher, what do you think ?

Article about: Thanks Richie The deal is done, and know I wait...................... Best Henrik

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    Thanks Richie
    The deal is done, and know I wait......................
    Best
    Henrik
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    It arrived today. It has got some rust but overall condition is OK, I'm very happy with it.
    The frog and scabbard has obviously been together forever. I can not move it at all !! It's a very tight fit. I'm sure that it's a K98's frog. You can see in my pictures that it has opened a bit at the bottom. Also the hole at the front, is made bigger for it to fit. On the back is a makers mark, that I can't figure out. Also a date is stamped on the back, I think it's 1937. How long where these bayonets in use ?
    The RLM-stamp looks genuine too.
    The ball at the end of the scabbard, has got "50" stamped on one side and "883." on the other, any thoughts on the stamps ?
    Best
    Henrik
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    Henrik

    Glad you got it !

    Not sure how long these were in service with the Luftwaffe but they were certainly still used in 1943.
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    Thanks Richie. Great picture

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    Thanks Richie. Great picture
    Do you have more pics of the Butcher in wear (WWII) ?

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    Quote by hbhansen View Post
    Thanks Richie. Great picture
    Do you have more pics of the Butcher in wear (WWII) ?
    That's the only one I've ever found but you might like this one - Berlin Police in 1923
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    Nice !
    Thanks !

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    RLM marked S98/05 are not for the Luftwaffe... (how has this create??? ) ... there were used by SHD and Wach- und Sicherungsdienst of the Luftschutz. The Luftschutz stands under the control of the RLM.

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    Quite an example!!..Thanks for sharing!
    It is not the size of a Collection in History that matters......Its the size of your Passion for it!! - Larry C

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    Nice early Luftwaffe 98/05 these are getting difficult to find never were that many. George Wheeler in Seitengewher has a lot on them as already mentioned. timothy

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