German manufactured French issue Chassepot bayonet in its issue steel scabbard with Alex Coppel blade. The blade is in untouched never sharpened condition, just has some minor traces of use and ages. Scabbard shows wear but is still in good sound condition. Condition: Good. The bottom ball tip of the scabbard is also marked with a stamped waffen-amt. Bayonet: Blade: Weapon: Maker: US Bayonet, M1892: 11. At the cross guard marked COF44. Issued in blocks of 10000. Catalogue number 74, 1985, by Antony Carter. K98 bayonet for sale with leather frog. M14-M1A COLLECTORS CORNER. The roughest of my two bayonets is by far the "Classic Turkish" style bayonet. Description: German Export bayonet built by Weyersberg. Duff's permission. According to "Backbone of the Wehrmacht (The German K98k Rifle, 1934 - 1945) by Richard D Law" , for the year 1939, Oberndorf would have used WaA63 Waffenamt's on most components. Norway made a small number of these bayonets for the 1894 Krag Jorgensen rifle and the 1912 carbine. Books for Arms Collectors. Blue black anodised metal scabbard with black leather frog. This continues until Fiscal 1919 when suddenly the lowest observed serial number is higher than the cumulative total of bayonets made by about 40,000. German K98 bayonet (MEW1645) Description: German K98 Bayonet. - GWK-0004, WWII German Mauser rifle bayonet, scabbard and frog. Scabbard is marked with stamped serial number 8962) other side stamped DURKOPP 38. It differs from the Spanish version in that it is constructed conventionally as a useable bayonet as opposed the the Spanish cast hilt with a blade pinned in by a short tang under the grips. The history of the WWII German K98 Bayonet - The Karabiner 98 Kurz (often abbreviated Kar98k, K98, or K98k) was a bolt-action rifle adopted as the standard infantry rifle in 1935 by the German Wehrmacht, and was one of the final developments in the long line of Mauser military rifles. The blade retains much of its bluing with in and out loss on both sides near the tip. The bayonet is finished in blue/phosphate like German bayonets of the period. Maker marked from the Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf arsenals, this was produced under Military export contracts to several South and Central American Countries. The serial number of this bayonet is also partially visible. WWII Original E. Made on German Tooling set up in formerly occupied Serbia. 1" barrel, tangent-leaf rear sight, half-length handguard, and narrow upper barrel band. It rates Exc+ It shows heavy age grey, hits and the tip is dulled. The serial number started in 1907 through 1922. Make sure you check all numbers. The bayonet and scabbard have matching serial numbers (9767 h), E PACK & S maker marks, and Waa 255 Waffenampt inspection markings on the hilt and tip of the scabbard. Estimated production was only 3,000 for the original long M1894 bayonet with fullers running the full length of the blade but examples with matching numbers to M1916 bayonets exist. To the auction. The bayonet’s blade has the numbers “4838” on one side and “41 asw” on the other side. Receiver with old german eagle. This would have been paired with 8 mm. Blade stamped cvl 43 serial number 5282. Price £ SOLD Middle. Warning Markings such as misplaced serial numbers, signs of welding and machine cross-hatching, wrong country of manufacture indicate that a bayonet is fake. We cannot be sure which is correct. Pack and Son Matching Numbers Bayonet Item # BY-029. 1941 was the first full year they used the "asw" code. Some K98 bayonets are part of limited productions and thus marked with serial numbers. German captured M 1866 Chassepot rifle bayonet and altered to fit the German M 1871 and M 1871/84 rifle. The results of this research will be provided on the web site. Not sure about the squiggle below the s/n but assume it's a manufacturer logo. Almost always made by Waffenfabrik Mauser (who must have had a supply contract with Turkey) and dated 1917-1918. Bayonet has the wooden grips which show very little use or wear. Nice Belgian bayonet with scabbard. The number code marking was partially obliterated during rework and new serial numbers were applied to the crosspiece and frog stud. 70 - German SS Bayonet WW2 Vintage Nazi 15. The finger grooves on the handle of 6X5 Type 3 bayonet are less pronounced. Although not matching (serial number “7949m”), the scabbard is in excellent condition, with 90 – 95% of its original finish in tact, and barely a scratch to note. The German bayonets were influenced by the French when they adopted bayonets. Stamped matching serial numbers. The number typically matches the mouser rifle it was issued with. Unmarked except for two droop wing eagle WaA253 proofs on the left side of the pommel along with a serial number 873o. This example has serrated, brown plastic grips. It included the muzzle cover and bayonet. GERMAN 84/98 VARIATIONS. Hörster Waffenfabrik, Solingen S/172 - Carl Eickhorn Stahlwarenfabrik, Solingen S/173 - Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen S/174 - WKC/Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie, Solingen S/175 - F. Laminated stocks with flat buttplates. This piece would complete your historic rifle and/or collection perfectly. 1870 US Navy Remington bayonet w/s. POLBAY #43519C Municipal Police Bayonet with Rifle Slot - WKC. Serial number B 9716 matches on the blade and the scabbard. $400 (starting bid) SPAN-AM WAR US KRAG MODEL 1898 BAYONET BOWIE. To the auction. The basic rifle at the outbreak of the Great War 1914 was Mauser M1898. This is a 1937 military production Mauser 98K rifle, the top of the receiver is marked "S/42" which is the wartime code for the Mauser factory at Oberndorf and "1937" which signifies the year of manufacture. Serial #359XX. Holler Waffenfabrik, Solingen and bears their makers name “F. According to "Backbone of the Wehrmacht (The German K98k Rifle, 1934 - 1945) by Richard D Law" , for the year 1939, Oberndorf would have used WaA63 Waffenamt's on most components. Item # BY-019. The original M4 bayonet was similar to the M3 fighting knife with a wood grain leather grip, blackened steel blade, razor sharp blade, and sturdy crosspiece. Black Bayonet with matching numbers. 1892-98 Krag: Springfield: US Bayonet, M1905: 16 In. The back of the blade is marked: 39. Here's a 1884/98 German WWII bayonet found in an Estate. A genuine Mauser 98, the Model M48 is a strong, good example the original bolt-action Rifles. Mauser worked in an arms plant prior to entering the German Army in 1859. German inspector markings above and below 2 lines on German style frog stud. Bayonet: Blade: Weapon: Maker: US Bayonet, M1892: 11. The bayonet has black bakelite grips and secured by two screw head bolts. barrel band; 6053. WW2 GERMAN MAUSER K 98 Bayonet with frog - Matching numbers - $200. Bayonet blade is maker marked, "A. Bayonet is in very good condition with nice even patina and clean wooden grips. here is a wwi german bayonet by waffenfabrik neuhausen with scabbard & leather strap. Item # BY-003. Bayonet blade has good bluing with some scabbard wear and shows no sign of sharpening. 24 bayonet lug and cleaning rod. The other side has the serial number 0418, just below that is a cursive marking of "aq". The blade retains much of its bluing with in and out loss on both sides near the tip. sten mkii # 4 bayonet with scabbard. M3/M3A1 GREASE GUN. ) Navy Officer Dagger (Kriegsmarine) M1938 - WKC Solingen. Horster, Solingen) and serial-numbered 1871. In 1944 or 1945, the gun was captured by the Russians who rearsenaled it, giving it a coat of red shellac and bluing the metal surfaces to the point of non-reflective blackness. Bolo style, polished. Non-Firing, Mock-Up of FN for Training & Bayonet Practice, *NOT A FIREARM*, No Serial Number Lot#: 39511127 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-9 Revolver, 357 Good Condition, SN: CDC2948; A $10 Firearms Transfer Fee will be Applied. Bayonet also wears the serial number 6991. Blade is covered with storage grease. The beautiful, unsharpened blade is maker-marked S/155G (E. About the item. A rare opportunity to acquire a pair of identical bayonets with very close serial numbers. New condition 1968 dated. If you can find the earlier version of the Swedish bayonet with the Flat Stud or the 4 digit serial number it is worth more. The bottom ball tip of the scabbard is also marked with a stamped waffen-amt. Description of the M-1905 Bayonet. Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co. of Solingen. In its regulation issue steel scabbard serial numbered to the bayonet, stamped to the front cof 42 and to the rear above the frog stud 2356 W. The sling swivels are on the bottom of the stock just as on the m/1896 rifle. 24 bayonet lug and cleaning rod. These sold for 200 bucks several years ago. 75" overall length. Lower: Hilt of a M1905 Bayonet made by Utica Cutlery in 1943. The Air Force mounted an American belt hook on the original frog. Original Swiss Army Issue K31 Bayonet K-31. Some K98 bayonets are part of limited productions and thus marked with serial numbers. I would like to trade this bayonet since I have the other German made M-1893 bayonet [for Spain]. WW2 German army bayonet scabbard - beatiful replica; with manufacturer marking and serial number; suitable for K98 Mauser bayo; material: metal. Price firm. #N#French Gras M1874 bayonet and scabbard 1877 dated, matching serial numbers **SOLD** #N#French Lebel M1886 cruciform bayonet and scabbard. 47 bayonet It comes with a sheath and has the wire cutter. Herder & Son with a serial number of 6819a, the bayonet shows age related wear and tear. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. WW2 German K98 Bayonet With Scabbard Matching #s Made by cvl Dated 43. I now own a Bulgarian bayonet with serial number 4115 in the smaller font and it has the typical darker blue finish. good condition east german akm bayonet. (ohne Säge - without saw) and the saw back as the S98/05 S or m. Scabbard is dent free. Enfield 1951. The scabbard is MM'ed Elite Diamant, dated 38, and serial-numbered 8722C. 400 would be a good buy in today's market, even for a Russian Capture. ASTON', no visible serial number,circa 1857, with 24in. Both bayonet and scabbard wear German stamped eagle 63 acceptance proof marks. They were used by the home guard into the 1970's. #N#French Berthier carbine M1892 type 1 bayonet, matching s/numbers. Nice wooden grips with a few small chips. Type 56 carbines with serial numbers below 9,000,000 have the Russian-style blade-type folding bayonet, while those 9,000,000 and higher have a spike type folding bayonet. F Hörster WW2 German Combat Bayonet with brown leather frog. 000 Between the serials 240. I'll probably have more questions later. Very nice example retains almost all its Black finish. Shows signs of use, storage, wear, and some etchings. S&K on one Reference: Janzens Notebook 209-2 Made in Germany for a Liege made minie rifle intended for Brazil. This is a standard German nA (low ears model) butcher bayonet with the normal German markings and inspection stamps except has Turkish arabic numbers on the crossguard and has a full length blade. Mauser Kar 98k rifle of the Second World War. The number typically matches the mouser rifle it was issued with. This period did not last long as by 1943 all M1 Carbine rifles were being fitted with a bayonet lug. SERIAL NUMBER 4899. Bayonet ricasso is marked MUNDLOS ( Made by Mundlos AG of Magdeleburg Germany) and other side marked 4715 C. As for the bayonet lug it just may be a look alike. 5 inch barrel. u/37DrunkenPenguins. My particular bayonet is in a sub-type called the 1898 n/A (neu Art), which was a 1902 change when the wood grips went from a fragile one piece design to two pieces of wood on either side of a steel body. We now have 1689 serial numbers!. Nazi re-issue with E. Scabbard is marked W. E- US Marked M1 Garand 10 inches blade bayonet with M7 scabbard with re enforced metal tip. Typically the Mauser M-48 series rifles will be offered with a Yugo-made bayonet copied from the early pattern German K-98 wood-handled bayonet (a barrel support ring was added to the Yugo version). M14-M1A BOOKS AND MANUALS. Please let me know if there is any more information about the rifle which would be helpful to you. (1887) 71/84 IN 11MM MAUSER CAL. This was designed for the FN Mauser Model 98, FN Mauser Model 1924, FN Mauser Model 24/30 and FN Mauser model 1934. WWII NAZI GERMAN DRESS BAYONET W SCABBARD & FROG. Horster Solingen German Dress Bayonet + Metal Scabbard. Wooden grips are rough but no cracks or chips. Bayonet has serial number 3757 and the crossguard is marked '317'. WWII : A 1939 German K98 Mauser bayonet by Jos Corts Sn. WW1 & WW2 British & Commonwealth Bayonets. Condition: ORIGINAL, very good. The bayonet serial number is 2781 and the scabbard serial number is 4894. Mauser Oberndorf is a well-known manufacturer of the German “butcher” bayonet, which resembles a butchers knife, but few realize that Mauser Oberndorf was not the actual manufacturer of the bayonets. of Solingen. Fits my gp75 like a glove, and the knife and scabbard have matching serial numbers. 70 - German SS Bayonet WW2 Vintage Nazi 15. Turkish Mauser rifle serial number survey results. Like Like. Blade marked w/ W. British WWI Enfield SMLE P-1907 Bayonet and Scabbard. I acquired this from the veterans son. As the original paperwork states, this is a unique oppurtunity to obtain a one of a kind personalised SS bayonet with an ultra rare Panzer troop pommel. Sheath and bayonet serials do not match. Bayonet features a huge 11. Dreyse M62 Needle Rifle Bayonet Unit Marked. It was advertised as a ww1 german mauser bayonet at the auction but I was pretty sure it wasnt. Catalogue number 74, 1985, by Antony Carter. Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Co. com bayonet overview picture gallery Swisswaffen. This is a nice original matching numbers German Mauser bayonet for K98 rifles. Made in 1940 by E. WARNING: Please check your State, County and City laws for restrictions before ordering Bayonets or Knives. serial number range for 1936 production is from 1326 to 6392z with an estimated production run of 270,000 rifles. vg cond-numbers;43ffc receiver is a byf44,barrel is 44f3,bolt; 5758 with a k under it,safty; 6750,floorplate 6016 byf,milled, buttplate(not cupped)1498 with a d under it. This number would have originally matched the number of the rifle with which the bayonet and scabbard were originally issued although the Prussians ignored these pairings and usually mixed and matched captured bayonets and scabbards. here is a wwi german bayonet by waffenfabrik neuhausen with scabbard & leather strap. 14 M1948 ammunition pouches. A pre-war example that was captured and reworked in eastern Europe, probably Yugoslavia. $100-$250 (105) More than $250 (169) By Name By Item Nbr By Price Lo-Hi By Most Viewed. This was also the case with bayonets, called “Seitengewehr” in German, which means protection arm to be carried at the side of the body. Saber bayonet for a Belgian or German copy of the French 1842 rifle- no scabbard. The crossguard is stamped with the serial number "A1911". Pack & S, and WA259 on the hilt. The black leather frog is not original to this bayonet, but added to. This is not the CETME bayonet with the checkered grips, but the one with the smooth grips and fuller in the blade. These bayonets came with the M3 olive-drab fiberglass scabbard. The Mauser Oberndorf Sg98/05 Bayonet. These bayonets were made in Solingen, Germany, for multiple foreign military and police forces. And the military issue bayonets which are set them apart having of course the Waffenamts, serial. The receiver will typically have a serial number on it, and the the bolt, bayonet, and other major parts will have either the full number, or like the last four digits engraved on the part. Looks like the blade has an over-stamp on the last digit. 98 byf 45", butt plate marked &…. This is the 2nd Pattern with wood grips and with the quillon partially removed. Asked in Militaria What year was a Waffenfabrik Neuhausen bayonet serial number 378229 made and for what weapon ?. Just as the M4 bayonet was essentially a WWII M3 Trench Knife modified into an M1 Carbine bayonet, the M5 bayonet was an M3-style knife blade adapted to fit the Garand. Scabbard does not wear the bayonet serial number stamped which is the usual case for these German Occupation Czech bayonets. Vintage Lot Of 4 Schmidt Rubin K31 K11. Nambu World: Japanese Type 30 Bayonets for the Arisaka Rifle *****See the bottom of this page for a link to great new book on Japanese bayonets!!!!***** The most common Japanese bayonet by far was the Type 30, which was used on most of the Japanese rifles from 1897 to 1945. S codes used on bayonets between years 1934 - 1937 S/155 - E. good condition. The bayonet serial number is 2781 and the scabbard serial number is 4894. The serial number is 9529. the spine of the blade is dated 1938, shows serial number 5225h on the ricasso and 5119c on the scabbard, the hilt is stamped with the Weimar droopy winged eagle era proofmark WaA253. By serial number studies, less than 50,000 G43 rifles were produced at Gustloff before the raid, making BCD the scarcest of the four codes. Both bayonet and scabbard wear German stamped eagle 63 acceptance proof marks. The German bayonets were influenced by the French when they adopted bayonets. US WWI Model 1905 Rock Island Arsenal Bayonet No Serial Number Item # BY-107. Each federal state had its own preferences concerning equipment at the turn of the century. Waffen stamps on end of hilt. This is a fairly rare maker. Ending Today at 3:06PM PST. Stamped matching serial numbers. For Swiss bayonets you can use the SwissWaffen. 5782 is the serial number, and fze is the manufacturer stamp (although not sure who fze are) 08-29-2009, 11:54 PM #3. M14-M1A BOOKS AND MANUALS. The K98 bayonet with dark brown - black celluloid gip plates. Bakelite grips with about 70% of black paint finish remaining. Lower: Hilt of a M1905 Bayonet made by Utica Cutlery in 1943. German Machine Guns (2) in fine condition, looks unissued. Serial number on back of case. quill-tipped pipe-backed polished blade, signature and inspectors stamps together with a sold out of service mark at forte, brass hilt with muzzle-ring and drum quillion and composite chequered scales (worn smooth), complete with its brass-mounted. Add To the Turkish Mauser Serial Number Database. Sino-Soviet models also had the complete serial number along with acceptance stampings next to the side mounted sling swivel. stocks are difficult to find). the blade has been sharpened, has light pitting, clouding and the tip is slightly blunted. I would like to trade this bayonet since I have the other German made M-1893 bayonet [for Spain]. M14-M1A BAYONETS. What appears to be a rack number stamped into the pistol grip. 143 - K98 German Bayonet Carl. the numbers do not match), but the quality and condition is top of the line. Most pre 1915 bayonets exhibit Regimental ownership markings ( usually on scabbard too ) , but even these were not mated to rifles by waffen nummer - they had their own waffen nummer for the unit 'property book'. A very nice K98 parade bayonet with frog. German WWII Mauser Bayonet K98 Rifle Early 1937 Matching: $203. Our Price: $124. The other side has the serial number 0418, just below that is a cursive marking of "aq". Pre-WWII S/184 K98 Bayonet: GD-VG condition, has been lightly sharpened, light scabbard slide wear and on blade: Matching serial numbers, droop eagle WaA256 proofed, light patina on scabbard: Hard to find early bayo made by Remscheider Hobelmesser-Fabrik, Josua Corts Sohn, Solingen-Wald: Sold: Late WWII "44 sgx" K98 Matching Rivet Bayonet. GWK-0004, WWII German Mauser rifle bayonet, scabbard and frog. E- US Marked M1 Garand 10 inches blade bayonet with M7 scabbard with re enforced metal tip. The blade is marked "41 asw" which means it was made by E & F Horster in Solingen, Germany in 1941. stocks are difficult to find). Horster, Solingen) and serial-numbered 1871. 90% anodised blued finish to the. Same serial number on the scabbard and the blade. Blade is marked "Modelo Argentino 1891" and has a re-stamped serial number. We believe this to be a reproduction / fantasy item, please use your knowledge and bid accordingly. Added an interesting VZ-24 bayonet to the Czechoslovakia Page of the worldbayonets. Bayonet has serial number '1135 k'. Some K98 bayonets are part of limited productions and thus marked with serial numbers. German K98 bayonet (MEW1645) Description: German K98 Bayonet. HOLLER" on the ricasso. Dark brown plastic composite bakelite grips are very tight. We're happy to announce that /r/WW2 has joined the network of history-related subreddits curated by certain members of /r/AskHistorians. My particular bayonet is in a sub-type called the 1898 n/A (neu Art), which was a 1902 change when the wood grips went from a fragile one piece design to two pieces of wood on either side of a steel body. Wood grips, some minor scuffs and small din in wood. The K98 bayonet was officially named Seitengewehr 84/98 or SG 84/98. This is a nice original matching numbers German Mauser bayonet for K98 rifles. New condition 1968 dated. 1860 US brass handled sword bayonet n/s. Made in 1940 by E. [*A note to collectors: keep an eye out for the very few, late Tula rifles that were made with an original production laminated stock, 1955 or possibly the later Letter series - there just aren't. The first model of the M-1905 bayonet was manufactured between 1906 and 1922 by the Rock Island and Springfield Arsenals (marked SA or RI with the Ordnance Department symbol, along with year and serial number). No Scabbards Top. "over a flaming bomb & crossed cannon logo. Last updated: 29 May 2013. A lot of the 16 inch bayonets were cut down but still retained the serial number and dates. Top: Hilt of a Model of 1905 Bayonet made by Springfield Armory in 1906. RARE 1935 Dated K98 Bayonet & Scabbard S/173G Coded. The tang in front of the magazine floor plate is marked with the serial number. No scabbard. - GWK-0004, WWII German Mauser rifle bayonet, scabbard and frog. The Gewehr98 originally came with a bright finished (in the white) receiver, entire bolt, follower, butt plate, bayonet lug, recoil cross bolt, unit disk or dismounting washer-ferrule (take down ferrule), & cleaning rod. Foreign Bayonets **NEW ADDITION** 16383 DANISH MODEL 1867 BAYONET FOR M1867 REMINGTON ROLLING BLOCK -. Our Price: $99. $400 (starting bid) SPAN-AM WAR US KRAG MODEL 1898 BAYONET BOWIE. I bought this bayo as a German K98, it has several numbers stamped on both the bayo and the scabbard and I would like to know what these numbers and letters refer to. Excellent Bayonet is mismatched serial number to the well worn early sheath. It was important for the Military to have equal length of rifle including bayonet as the main enemy - the French. Combat issue this is a complete set. In most cases when they were cut down the company doing the work stamped the bayonet (ie AFH, UFH). Made by asw (E. The Doc AV survey results are still available. manufactured at Mutzig Marz 1868. US GI Vietnam Era M8A1 scabbards. Under New Management. It is is very nice condition and by a scarce maker. A lot of the 16 inch bayonets were cut down but still retained the serial number and dates. No forced matching serial numbers, no mismatched parts, no Russian. Issued with the Rolling block M1867/89 8mm caliber rifles. Please check out the 1934 Leather Frog that came with this bayonet. Bayonet: Blade: Weapon: Maker: US Bayonet, M1892: 11. To the auction. Inside the grip is the letter (N) or (Z), and on the ricasso proof mark - rectangle K5. barrel band; 6053. Ending Today at 3:06PM PST. The next bayonet to come along was the WWII era 98K bayonet. Bayonet features a huge 11. Hello! I just found this today at a yard sale and was wondering what the markings mean on the Ricasso. Bayonet also wears the serial number 6991. 5" Bolt Action Rifle, MFD 1886 Antique No FFL. 10 Bayonet frog. 15 Rear view of ammunition pouches. Bolo style, polished. early wwii japanese type 30 arisaka bayonet by kokura with kanji. Code on long Mauser Gew. Pairs like this are extremely rare and this should be a point of pride for the next owner. Scabbard does not wear the bayonet serial number stamped which is the usual case for these German Occupation Czech bayonets. Two methods were used to determine the distribution of production, 1) actual serial number submissions from collectors, and 2) serial number extensions based on the serial numbers found in those submissions. M1905 bayonets made by Rock Island or Springfield in 1906 did not have a serial number. Combat issue this is a complete set. A martial arms collector could limit his or her collection to just the many manufacturing variants and still have dozens of examples. I bought this bayo as a German K98, it has several numbers stamped on both the bayo and the scabbard and I would like to know what these numbers and letters refer to. E- US Marked M1 Garand 10 inches blade bayonet with M7 scabbard with re enforced metal tip. Country Pages —start here if you think you know the country of origin. One of the most common side arms issued to German solders during WWII. Not sure of the age. The beautiful, unsharpened blade is maker-marked S/155G (E. Scabbard is marked with stamped serial number 8962 ) other side stamped DURKOPP 38. 99 Add to cart; Japan WW2 era Type 10 Imperial Army Flare Gun; rare type, low serial; only 8300 made Sale! $ 799. and most probably they were mixed up during the cleaning or other maintenance in the German depot. The survey form is available to input your serial numbers. Appears unused. (^1) This is an overall nice late war mis-matched bayonet and scabbard. Asked in Militaria What year was a Waffenfabrik Neuhausen bayonet serial number 378229 made and for what weapon ?. As pictured. Blade Marked DURKOPP. Near the end of the Korean War, a new bayonet was designed for the Garand that was a complete departure from earlier bayonets. This is a 1937 military production Mauser 98K rifle, the top of the receiver is marked "S/42" which is the wartime code for the Mauser factory at Oberndorf and "1937" which signifies the year of manufacture. 98K K98 GERMAN Mauser Bayonet Frog - $23. Sadly, this bayonet and scabbard are mismatched. Inside, the trigger guard's magazine box has been lengthened to accommodate the. Combat issue this is a complete set. The 84/98 or K98 was the standard bayonet of the German army after WWI until the end of WWII. I would like to know a rough estimate on what it's worth. , WITH 32" BARREL. The bottom two are German ersatz bayonets produced with blades from obsolete British P53 socket married to an all steel ersatz hilt and grip. HOLLER on one side and 7963 e on the other side. Grip is in good condition. The number code marking was partially obliterated during rework and new serial numbers were applied to the crosspiece and frog stud. Unmarked except for two droop wing eagle WaA253 proofs on the left side of the pommel along with a serial number 873o. Overall length of the bayonet is 13" with an 8 1/4" single edged fullered blade. MAUSER C 96 BR00MHANDLE PISTOL. RARE 1935 Dated K98 Bayonet & Scabbard S/173G Coded. 98 byf 45", butt plate marked &…. My particular bayonet is in a sub-type called the 1898 n/A (neu Art), which was a 1902 change when the wood grips went from a fragile one piece design to two pieces of wood on either side of a steel body. The scabbard is also "ccf 44" but is serial numbered 5078. S/244 Mundlos German Combat Bayonet $ 325. These bayonets were made in Solingen, Germany, for multiple foreign military and police forces. Full-length stock. Argentine Model 1909 Bayonet. 22 Bolt stop, matches German serial numbers. Stamps on the Metal parts 'II. ? I have found one but the only serials they discuss do not look like mine. This third type has more serial numbers, in my case, than the second type. I can't find any serial numbers on the bayonet. Many German edge weapons are currently reproduced. Each federal state had its own preferences concerning equipment at the turn of the century. Typically it means factory original and matching serial numbers, as it was made. The knife-bayonet, which had been adopted in January 1884, was named M71/84. WW2 GERMAN MAUSER K 98 Bayonet with frog - Matching numbers - $200. Very nice example retains almost all its Black finish. Most pre 1915 bayonets exhibit Regimental ownership markings ( usually on scabbard too ) , but even these were not mated to rifles by waffen nummer - they had their own waffen nummer for the unit 'property book'. German seitengewehr bayonet, pattern 1884/1898, 1939, used during World War Two (1939-1945); blade stamped with maker's name Clemen and Jung; metal scabbard stamped with maker's name and date, 1939 and serial number 8551. The bayonet was designed as a close combat sidearm that could be placed on the. Scabbard and grip have some pitting. E- US Marked M1 Garand 10 inches blade bayonet with M7 scabbard with re enforced metal tip. , remains of a green felt plug in the bayonet slot. The bayonet, as typical of German blades, did not have more than a vestigial muzzle ring, relying on the length of the hilt mounting to fix the blade to its rifle. MAUSER C 96 BR00MHANDLE PISTOL. This blade is one of the best-conditioned blades that I have EVER seen on a bayonet!. 000 till 250. Norway made a small number of these bayonets for the 1894 Krag Jorgensen rifle and the 1912 carbine. Caliber markings on Gew 98. Blade Marked DURKOPP. Other Foreign Militaria. 15 Rear view of ammunition pouches. One side is marked "43 asw", where 43 is the year of production 1943 and "asw" is the maker code. Mauser worked in an arms plant prior to entering the German Army in 1859. A waffenfabrik neuhausen bayonet serial number 108861 is worth approximately 300 USD. A pre-war example that was captured and reworked in eastern Europe, probably Yugoslavia. The bayonet comes with its original metal scabbard and retains about 95% of its original finish. Stock Type:Semi Kriegsmodell (starting about serial 48,000 no suffix)- has takedown washer, bayonet lug deleted, screwed in bands- early guns with standard configuration stocks, i. It all started in 2004 when I bought these 11 bayonets from a guy at a Tucson gun show (He would become a friend over the years). Serial number on blade 719. Maker marked from the Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf arsenals, this was produced under Military export contracts to several South and Central American Countries. Ostsee and Nordsee property marked bayonets 98k. The bayonet is marked "ccf 44" with the serial number of 4670. The number typically matches the mouser rifle it was issued with. Serial numbers are non-matching. Made by Gebr. The bayonet factory refinished with sharpened blade. Reproduction German WWII k98 Mauser Bayonet- This is the absolute best reproduction available! Copied after an original by E. GERMANY WW1 era German Army Robert Herder Kampfmesser Combat Knife trench dagger, orig scabbard RARE $ 0. On the lower throat of bayonet, it bears a very pronounced first EJ-anchor-AB production stamp. The serial number listings by month presented below were developed by Scott Duff, a recognized authority on and author of a series of books on the M1 Garand. Bayonet Frog, Blue/Gray Canvas, Dated 1950's/1960's, Very Good to Exc Condition. German 1898/05 bayonet. Low serial number is 865. The number code marking was partially obliterated during rework and new serial numbers were applied to the crosspiece and frog stud. This is a good solid example of an early war German WWII K98 bayonet. It is becoming more difficult to be. HOWEVER - the 1884/98 bayonet was exported to many countries that used Mauser rifles, and some countries manufactured the same bayonet in their own countries. Pommel has serial number 18411B, S. Serial Number 361. Lower: Hilt of a M1905 Bayonet made by Utica Cutlery in 1943. K98 Bayonets. A new, shorter bayonet was designed to go along with the shortened rifle. Original WWII German K98 Bayonet w/ DAK Frog 1941 This type of bayonet is known as the K98 bayonet because it was used with the K98 Mauser. German 1898/05 bayonet. A martial arms collector could limit his or her collection to just the many manufacturing variants and still have dozens of examples. Bayonet also wears the serial number 6991. M14-M1A BAYONETS. (^1): This is an overall nice late war mis-matched bayonet and scabbard. The serial number in the 4th picture, between the sword and handle (sorry, don't know the technical name!) is. Inside the grip is the letter (N) or (Z), and on the ricasso proof mark - rectangle K5. Has steel scabbard, numbers of which are not matching the crossguard of the bayonet. 99 WW2 German Wehrmacht K98 Bayonet – 1944/1945 M42 BAYONET FROG #2 – LATE WAR!. 99 Add to cart; Japan WW2 era Type 10 Imperial Army Flare Gun; rare type, low serial; only 8300 made Sale! $ 799. Reasons for four stars: handle is a bit scuffed, which is not a big deal, BUT it doesn't have the loop like the one in the picture. leather frog included. German WWII K98 E. 12 Scabbard mouthpiece. WW2 GERMAN MAUSER K 98 Bayonet with frog - Matching numbers - $200. This example, made in 1940, bears the German Number Code 945, which was assigned to the Zbrojovka, Brno, Plant, under the Zahlencode System (Number Code System) used by Germany from 1925-1940 to hide the identities of firms manufacturing war materiel. The plain back version was identified as the S98/05 or S98/05 o. The blade is in untouched never sharpened condition, just has some minor traces of use and ages. The frog is made from leather and is marked "Oberndorf 1916". 000 till 250. Polish WZ-24 Bayonet. So - this may not be German used, or even German made. Markings on British and Commonwealth Bayonets. Wyss Front Tunnel W1 To Swiss Wf Schmidt Rubin Rifle Mod. German WWII Mauser Bayonet K98 Rifle Early 1937 Matching: $203. Blade is marked "Modelo Argentino 1891" and has a re-stamped serial number. Ending Today at 4:37PM PST. Select a sub-category… German Fire Official Bayonets German K/98 Combat Bayonets German Long Army KS/98 (Dress) Bayonets German Short Army Bayonets Luftwaffe Forestry "Waffen-Loesche" Bayonets Luftwaffe KS/98 (Dress) Bayonets Miscellaneous Bayonets Police Bayonets Post-WWII German. ; original metal scabbard and leather frog included. Numbers matching. Both bayonet and scabbard wear German stamped eagle 63 acceptance proof marks. At the cross guard marked COF44. It is desired by collectors that both bayonet and scabbard numbers match; otherwise they are considered mis-matched. The button on the handle is in working condition. 22 rifle which I have. I can't find any serial numbers on the bayonet. 16 Receiver markings and recoil crossbolt. A rare opportunity to acquire a pair of identical bayonets with very close serial numbers. Black Bayonet with matching numbers. A homepage for SG 84/98 Mod. The blade is in beautiful "unfinished" condition, as it was a later war manufactured blade it was not polished out and still has the. Original WW2 era German bayonet for " Karabiner 98K" Mauser bolt-action rifle. Norway made a small number of these bayonets for the 1894 Krag Jorgensen rifle and the 1912 carbine. It is Nazi waffen-ampt marked on handle pommel" The sheath does have black paint, and under it the metal looks more silver colored than blue. MAUSER C 96 BR00MHANDLE PISTOL. The serial number appears as S. Scabbard is marked W. The finger grooves on the handle of 6X5 Type 3 bayonet are less pronounced. Condition: Good. Scabbard and grip have some pitting. 65 shipping. This was also the case with bayonets, called "Seitengewehr" in German, which means protection arm to be carried at the side of the body. Bayonet has the wooden grips which show very little use or wear. Grip is in good condition. Serial numbers on the rifle receiver, barrel and stock are matching and the code shows it was manufactured at the Mauserwerk factory in Oberndorf. Bayonet ricasso is marked MUNDLOS ( Made by Mundlos AG of Magdeleburg Germany) and other side marked 4715 C. 5 inch cruciform blade retains most of the original blue finish. The underside of the sight ladder is marked with the last four digits of the serial number. They were diverted for CW use. German WWII 98 Mauser Bayonet. CONDITION 65%. 36 cal Heritage Series Pocket Colt Serial #59134 (W-5) Civil War. Very nice WW2 German Bayonet rig. Chambered for the 6. Top view on Gew. Initially, rifles make in Japanese arsenals were numbered consecutively within each Type designation. More Details » Rare Bayonet For City of Philadelphia A. Unit marked on crossguard with serial number on the opposite side. Top of receiver marked "Mod. $155 SOLD! This is a rare pre WWII German fire police saw back parade bayonet by WKC. Black Bayonet with matching numbers. 4/28/20 - This is a scarce 'dot 42' marked and matching German WWII bayonet with scabbard and frog. Is this common? It appears to be several years old. Serial Number 361. F Hörster) on one side of the blade, and the serial number, "6095c" on the. I bought this bayo as a German K98, it has several numbers stamped on both the bayo and the scabbard and I would like to know what these numbers and letters refer to. East German AKM/AK-74 bayonet and scabbard. Ammunition for Collectors. 36 cal Heritage Series Pocket Colt Serial #59134 (W-5) Civil War. So - this may not be German used, or even German made. Wyss Front Tunnel W1 To Swiss Wf Schmidt Rubin Rifle Mod. Bayonet History Timeline —read about key milestones in the bayonet's history, from the 1500s to the present day. Our work in /r/WWI is already moving ahead, but new features, community guidelines, and -- we hope -- contributors will be coming to /r/WW2 shortly as well. Just as the M4 bayonet was essentially a WWII M3 Trench Knife modified into an M1 Carbine bayonet, the M5 bayonet was an M3-style knife blade adapted to fit the Garand. Sch 1940 on the opposite side of serial number. It features a 29. Army Officer's Dove Head Saber - Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Cie, Solingen NSKK Dagger - RZM M7/42 (W. Please let me know if there is any more information about the rifle which would be helpful to you. To quick find code you looking for just use search function using "Ctrl+F" in your web browser. Condition will vary from good to VERY good or unissued. The beautiful, unsharpened blade is maker-marked S/155G (E. The wooden grip is an example of the early post war Carbine bayonet and it comes with a 1891 style painted leather scabbard that was obviously made for these bayonets. EMag81, 8 years ago Chrisnp,. Caliber 7,90mm. It was important for the Military to have equal length of rifle including bayonet as the main enemy - the French. 000 rifles was modified in 1954-1958 to 7,62mm Mauser M/98kF1. "WWII German K98 combat Bayonet, scarce 1944 (Navy Artillery issue). Country Pages —start here if you think you know the country of origin. Good overall condition. Vintage Lot Of 4 Schmidt Rubin K31 K11. Wooden grips are rough but no cracks or chips. Pommel has serial number 18411B, S. 75" overall length. $100-$250 (105) More than $250 (169) By Name By Item Nbr By Price Lo-Hi By Most Viewed. This bayonet was one of the very first adopted knife bayonets in the world. The serial number appears as S. with takedown washer, bayonet mount, and band spring arrangement, not drilled for cleanign rod in early 5 digit no suffix range, "dot" marked common until about serial 65,000. The blade and scabbard are not matching in this set (i. 22 Bolt stop, matches German serial numbers. 151 (R in italic) German makings on scabbard ? 607. Palm Beach, FL, US. A number of special bayonets and oddities were experimented with during the time the Krag-Jørgensen was a Norwegian service rifle, two of which are mentioned here. The blade serial number is 27662. 15 Rear view of ammunition pouches. Books on Military History. Original bright blue blade with walnut grips. k98 Mauser Stocks & Accessories German WWII K98 Rifle Sling, L&F Marked Buckle. SUB MACHINE GUNS. A conclusion can be made, that KM markings was realised mainly on Wehrmacht WaA accepted pieces of 98k bayonets, that comes in a bunches from various firms in period between 1927-1942 and KM numbers are stamped on this with no any dependence on serial numbers of bayonets and scabbards (with exception of older, reworked bayonets SG98/05 or later. good condition east german akm bayonet. During the M1 Garand’s long service life, a wide variety of bay-onets were issued. The blade is marked using the letter/number code used from 1934–1937 to keep the maker’s identities secret. German-service Chinese M1907 Mauser - 7. The alpha-character indicates the ten-thousand unit, presumed in order from A to Z. The other serial numbers do not match. For Swiss bayonets you can use the SwissWaffen. Issued with the Rolling block M1867/89 8mm caliber rifles. k98 Mauser Stocks & Accessories German WWII Hardwood K98 Mauser Stock, Luftwaffe Issue. serial numbers may not match. Made by asw (E. It is "hammered", rough, heavily worn, showing signs of heavy abuse. There are few different variants that you may see in photos below. The bayonet is marked "ccf 44" with the serial number of 4670. I've not run across either WWI or WWII M1905 bayonets in some time except in private collections, and those weren't for sale at any price. Horster1940 dated German Scabbard. 47 bayonets are the rarest and the best quality made with German Solingen quality steel. For sale is a Super Nice German Combat Bayonet for Mauser K98 rifle. Sep 20, 2006 Does any one know of a website that has a list of AK serial numbers or ranges in which you can find out about the build/type of build, the build date, etc. Still caked in cosmoline. Ending Today at 3:06PM PST. "fze" is the war-time code for this manufacturer. Pack and Son Matching Numbers Bayonet Item # BY-029. The black leather frog is not original to this bayonet, but added to. in good to very good condition. American military bayonets of the 20th century: A guide for collectors, including notes on makers, markings, finishes, variations, scabbards, and production data. 0-9999 b etc etc. 15 Rear view of ammunition pouches. Caliber 7,90mm. Original WW2 era German bayonet for " Karabiner 98K" Mauser bolt-action rifle. All three services received “S/42” rifles in 1937. Bayonet converted from US M1 made by PAL with Argentine serial number added to the ricasso. This is very good example of the saber (or sword) bayonet issued with the US Navy's Model 1861 rifle. Very nice example retains almost all its Black finish. Please Note - Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the condition of lots prior to bidding. of Solingen. Blade is marked "Modelo Argentino 1891" and has a re-stamped serial number. This example, made in 1940, bears the German Number Code 945, which was assigned to the Zbrojovka, Brno, Plant, under the Zahlencode System (Number Code System) used by Germany from 1925–1940 to hide the identities of firms manufacturing war materiel. Marked on the blade "PERKUN", "WP" and Polish Eagle. BROWNING HIGH POWER PISTOL. German seitengewehr bayonet, pattern 1884/1898, 1939, used during World War Two (1939-1945); blade stamped with maker's name Clemen and Jung; metal scabbard stamped with maker's name and date, 1939 and serial number 8551. Scabbard is completely unmarked. F Hörster) on one side of the blade, and the serial number, “6095c” on the. US GI Vietnam Era M8A1 scabbards. GERMAN WWII THIRD REICH DAGGER SELECTION | REGIMENTALS - Duration: American, British Empire and German Bayonets to be sold at auction - Duration: 14:04. Non-Firing, Mock-Up of FN for Training & Bayonet Practice, *NOT A FIREARM*, No Serial Number Lot#: 39511127 - Smith & Wesson Model 60-9 Revolver, 357 Good Condition, SN: CDC2948; A $10 Firearms Transfer Fee will be Applied. (^1): This is an overall nice late war mis-matched bayonet and scabbard. 71 - German WW2 Nazi SS Bayonet Unmarked Overall length, 16" overall. #N#French Gras M1874 bayonet and scabbard 1877 dated, matching serial numbers **SOLD** #N#French Lebel M1886 cruciform bayonet and scabbard. Table of Contents. Practically all parts of the M-48 are crafted from milled as opposed to stamped steel. Mauser Gewehr 98 rifle. 1161 and possibly a few more. WWII Germa K98 Carbine Dress Bayonet & Scabbard. The blade is marked "41 asw" which means it was made by E & F Horster in Solingen, Germany in 1941. A clean WWII S84/98 bayonet, mismatched, with the bayonet being marked 41 cul (E. German manufactured French issue Chassepot bayonet in its issue steel scabbard with Alex Coppel blade. Matching serial numbers. The number code marking was partially obliterated during rework and new serial numbers were applied to the crosspiece and frog stud.