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Luftwaffe Dress Bayonet (Extra-Seitengewehr) ?

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    Hello
    Do these markings represent a Luftwaffe dress bayonet? I will really appreciate any help.
    Thank You
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    LBA is on the first equipments before the war, so why dress?

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    Does it represent Luftwaffe?

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    Default re: Luftwaffe Dress Bayonet (Extra-Seitengewehr) ?

    LBA = Luftwaffe Bekleidungsamt. So definitely Luftwaffe related.

    A picture of the complete frog would aid further identification.

    Regards

    Richie

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    Early LW frog, for combat bayonet.

    Regards
    Vedran

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    Luftwaffenbekleidungsamt "S" was located at Sonneberg.

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    Default Re: Luftwaffe Dress Bayonet (Extra-Seitengewehr) ?

    The scabbard's frog stud here looks remarkably like that from an Austrian or Czech combat bayonet. Believing it to be a later pairing of the two, not period. FP

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