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WW1 Era DEMAG, Imperial German Army, Aufpflanzbarer Grabendolch Or Fixable Trench Knife Bayonet & Scabbard With Integral Belt Loop. Sn 17950. - 17950
An original World War I Imperial German Army, Aufpflanzbarer Grabendolch or Fixable Trench Knife Bayonet, often referred to by collectors as the DEMAG. These knife Bayonets were popular private purchase weapons for German infantry men fighting in the trenches of the Western Front, as they provided a much handier and more useful multipurpose tool than that standard Mauser M-1898 bayonet. They were produced by Deutsche Maschinefabrik A-G of Duisburg, and the collector nickname originates from the circular DEMAG – DUISBURG makers mark on the ricasso. The combination knife bayonet has a unique “crank” shaped steel handle and steel crossguard, which is instantly identifiable with bayonet lug slot and button which works as it should. The undamaged lightly stained double edged blade with medial ridge is 6" long (10 ½” overall). It's square shank ricasso is crisply stamped with the Demag roundel and the reverse 'Gesetzlich Geschutzt'. The steel crank handle retains its original olive green paint. Its original black painted steel scabbard has a riveted integral leather belt loop (its retaining strap with press stud fastener is absent). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17950

Imperial German Seitengewehr Model 1898 Pipe Back Bayonet By Weyersberg Kirschbaum, SolingenFor G98 Rifles. BAYO 574 - BAYO 574
This is a nice Seitengewehr M1898 pipeback bayonet for the Mauser M98 rifle which was the principal arm of the German army in W.W.1. The Model 1898 Bayonet was the Imperial German response to the French 1886 Lebel narrow bladed bayonet. The blade is stamped W.K &CIE SOLINGEN (Weyersberg Kirschbaum, Solingen) and carries their trademark. The spine of the blade carries a crow n over RC instead of the usual crown over the date. Anthony Carter in his book German Bayonets states that this is thought to be a repair mark similar to the British crowned BR (Birmingham Repair). The RC stands for ‘Revisions Controlle’ . There is no evidence of any repairs to this bayonet and Carter states that it was probably used when grips were replaced or muzzle rings which had been damaged and were re-sharpened, these being the commonest reasons for bayonets to be re-furbished. The bayonet has a 20 ½” pipeback blade with swell point tip and a central fuller, a steel crossguard with upswept quillon and grooved slab wood grips. The steel pommel release button functions correctly. The scabbard is a steel mounted black leather version with minor dents but no damage. This is a scarce M1898 bayonet with the crown over RC This is the first of these bayonets we have seen. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 574

German M98 Dress Bayonet, Scabbard And Knot by Robert Klass, Solingen. BAYO 572 - BAYO 572
This is a nice complete set comprising a German M98 dress bayonet with the longer 9 ¾ inch blade carried by enlisted min and the blade is marked with the maker Robert Klass, Solingen below their trademark of 2 kissing cranes. The blade is virtually mint and has a fuller on each side. The black chequered plastic grips are undamaged and are retained by two rivets. The pommel has a mortice slot and a working button. This bayonet also retains its original leather hilt washer. The scabbard is the standard black gloss painted version with some wear to the paint but no damage. The frog is the standard small black leather version and comes with a red and silver dress knot that has been with the frog all of its life. The s is a nice complete and genuine pre-war German dress bayonet set. . See German Clamshells by Gary L. Walker and R.J.Weinand, pages 15 and 16. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 572

WW1 Imperial German Ersatz Bayonet. BAYO 571 - BAYO 571
This is a scarce model of a German Ersatz bayonet with an extended muzzle ring. Ersatz bayonets usually have no muzzle ring or just a rudimentary ‘ears’ type configuration. This bayonet is similar to item 311 in The Bayonet Book by Watts &Watts and will only fit the Belgian Mauser M1889 rifle. The grip also appears to be the same shape as the Belgian model. This is a scarce variation that justifies further research. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 571

German Nazi Era M98 Fireman’s Dress Bayonet & Scabbard. BAYO 569 - BAYO 569
This is the standard long model bayonet with the 9 ¾ inch blade as carried by enlisted men. The blade carries the retailers name of Carl Henkel, Bielfekd who were suppliers of fire department equipment and who are still in existence today. There are no manufacturers name on the blade which still retains most of its original polish. The crossguard is the standard fireman’s style or re-curving a S shape. The grips are made of black chequered plastic and the pommel is blank with no press stud or mortice slot. The scabbard is made of black painted steel. See German Clamshells and other Bayonets by Gary L. Walker and R. J. Weinand, page 126. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 569

WW2 Era German Army M98 NCO’s Short Dress Bayonet By Puma Solingen, Scabbard & Leather Frog. Sn 17875 - 17875
This is a very good, M98 dress bayonet and scabbard. Short 7 ¾” blades were carried by NCO’s while longer blades (9 ¾”) were carried by enlisted personnel (see the book 'German Clamshells' page 15 by Gary L. Walker & R.J. Weinand). The dress sidearm for military and civilian uniformed formations was designated the M98 Dress Bayonet. This bayonet represented a stylised form of the S. 84/98 bayonet purchased by the individual for wear with the walkout dress uniform. This example has a rifle mortise and push button release (not designed to be fitted to a rifle, the stud button is functional but mortise often too small for rifle attachment. Other examples have false stud buttons or no button). It has a clean 7 ¾” blade (12 ½” overall). It has the maker’s name and at the ricasso and is fitted with original leather washer. The cross guard and pommel are nickel plated. The black Bakelite or Plastic grips are chequered and secured with two rivets. It has its original black military issue scabbard with lozenge shaped frog stud. The scabbard is fitted with an original period leather frog. There are no date or manufacturer marks on the frog and all leather and stitching are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17875

German WW2 M84/98 2nd Model Bayonet, Matching Numbers By Bere & Company, Solingen-Ohligs, Scabbard & Frog. BAYO 563 - BAYO 563
This is a WW2, German M84/98 2nd pattern matching numbers K98 bayonet by Bere & Company, Solingen-Ohligs E.u.V.Horster. The blade is stamped with their wartime code of S/242G denoting their manufacture. The other side of the blade is marked with the number 6748 which is also repeated on the mouth of the scabbard. The blade retains most of its original blued finish. the grips are of wood and there anr 2 waffenampt stamps on the pommel. The scabbard retains much of its original blued finish. The bayonet is fitted with a leather frog. See White & Watts No 283 on pages 115 & 128. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 563

SOLD SOLD (20/12) German WW2 1943 Dated M84/98 2nd Model Bayonet, Matching Numbers By E.u.V Horster, Scabbard And Frog. BAYO 562 - BAYO 652
This is a WW2, 1943 dated German M84/98 2nd pattern K98 bayonet by E.u.V.Horster. The blade is stamped with their wartime code of ASW 43 denoting their manufacture in 1943. The other side of the blade is marked with the number 1968 which is also repeated on the mouth of the scabbard. The grips of the wood and the pommel show slight damage as per photograph. The pommel damage suggests a bullet deflection. The scabbard also has a dent on the front and is fitted with a leather cavalry frog. This is a nice wartime example that has obviously seen action. See White & Watts No 283 on pages 115 & 128. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 562

WW1 1916 Dated Imperial German Durkopp Werke Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser Butcher Bayonet And Steel Scabbard. BAYO 556 - BAYO 556
Durkopp Werke A.G were well established makers of sewing machines, Bicycles, cars & lorries before WW1. The Company’s distinctive trademark includes their company name & large ‘D’ enclosing a factory. They were producing bayonets in 1916 & 1917 some of which are dated & others as with our example are without date. Durkopp Werke made their own bayonets and finished blades by other manufacturers, notably Rich.A.Herder and F Koeller and Co. there is a feint Solingen mark on the left side of the blade which would suggest this was a blade made else where and finished by Durkopp Werke. This is a nice WW1 era Imperial German Model 1898/05 G98 Mauser Butcher bayonet by Durkopp. The back edge of the 14 ½” butcher blade has indistinct inspection marks and a 1916 date. The blade has just light staining consistent with age and is crisply marked with the Durkopp manufacturer name and trademark. The grooved wood grips are original and un-damaged. The steel scabbard is also original and in good order with just a couple of very minor dents to be expected. The price for this bayonet and scabbard includes UK delivery. BAYO 556

German M98 Dress Bayonet And Scabbard By Alex Coppel. BAYO 555 - BAYO 555
This is a German M98 dress bayonet with a short 7 ¾ inch blade made for N.C.O.s. This bayonet is made by Alex Coppel and Sons and has an early trade mark on the blade. The bayonet is contained in its black steel scabbard which is contained in a black leather cavalry type frog. See German clamshells by Gary L. Walker and R.J.Weinand, pages 15-16. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 555
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