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German WWI M1898/05 ‘Butcher Bayonet’ and Scabbard. BAYO 767. - BAYO 767
The Bayonet M1898/05 should succeed the M1898 long bayonet. It had a much stronger design but was still very long. In the beginning of the Great War it came with high ears and without flash guard. The M1898 ‘New Pattern’ was missing the ‘ears’ and is characterised by the addition of a thin sheet of steel as muzzle fire protection on top of the grip. The original German First World War butcher blade bayonet was used with the Mauser Gewehr 98 (GEW 98) the standard issue service rifle of Imperial Germany. This example was manufactured by ‘V.C.Shilling – SUHL’ as stamped on one side of the ricasso. The undersid of the spine has a number ‘3’ stamped and the top of the spine is stamped with a date code ‘W 15’ (1915) and inspection stamps. The top of the pommel has two further inspection stamps. The wooden grips are held with two studs, one of which has an inspection stamp. The correct steel scabbard is showing signs of age related wear. See ‘White & Watts’ The bayonet Book, pages 114 & 123, No 267. The price includes UK postage and packing. BAYO 767.

Original 1943 Nazi German K98 Bayonet By byf (Mauser-Werke) With Later Etched Blade ‘Deutsches Kriegsmarine 1940 Srhlarhtsrhiff Prinz Eugen’, & 1941 Dated Scabbard By ‘agv’ (Berg & Co, Solingen). BAYO 751 - BAYO 751
An original WW2 dated Nazi K98 rifle bayonet with later beautiful etching that makes this a collector’s piece in its own right. The 10" single edged fullered blade is marked by the Nazi wartime manufacturer code marked at the ricasso ‘byf’ (Mauser-Werke). The spine is dated ‘43’ (1943). The blade is numbered ‘71830 above 360’ and is beautifully etched on both sides with panels ‘Deutsches Kriegsmarine 1940’ & 'Srhlarhtsrhiff Prinz Eugen’ (Translation: German Kriegsmarine 1940 Srhlarhtsrhiff Prinz Eugen’ (Prinz Eugen was an Admiral Hipper-class heavy cruiser, the third of a class of five vessels. She served with Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine during World War II. Prinz Eugen saw action during Operation Rheinübung, an attempted breakout into the Atlantic Ocean with the battleship Bismarck in May 1941. The two ships destroyed the British battlecruiser Hood and moderately damaged the battleship Prince of Wales in the Battle of the Denmark Strait. Prinz Eugen was detached from Bismarck during the operation to raid Allied merchant shipping, but this was cut short due to engine troubles. After putting into occupied France and undergoing repairs, the ship participated in Operation Cerberus, a daring daylight dash through the English Channel back to Germany. In February 1942, Prinz Eugen was deployed to Norway, although her time stationed there was curtailed when she was torpedoed by the British submarine Trident days after arriving in Norwegian waters. The torpedo severely damaged the ship's stern, which necessitated repairs in Germany. Upon returning to active service, the ship spent several months training officer cadets in the Baltic before serving as artillery support for the retreating German Army on the Eastern Front. After the German collapse in May 1945, she was surrendered to the British Royal Navy before being transferred to the US Navy as a war prize. After examining the ship in the United States, the US Navy assigned the cruiser to the Operation Crossroads nuclear tests at Bikini Atoll. Having survived the atomic blasts, Prinz Eugen was towed to Kwajalein Atoll, where she ultimately capsized and sank in December 1946. The wreck remains partially visible above the water approximately two miles northwest of Bucholz Army Airfield, on the edge of Enubuj. One of her screw propellers was salvaged and is on display at the Laboe Naval Memorial in Germany). The pommel has an etched panel on one side ‘ Kriegsmarine anchor device & Swastika within panel’. The pommel is Waffenamt and has original red felt in the mortise slot. The bayonet has undamaged wood grips. Its steel scabbard is dated ‘41’ (1941) together with manufacturer detail ‘agv’ (Nazi manufacturer code for Berg & Co, Solingen). The ball end of the scabbard is Waffenamt. The price for this desirable collector’s piece includes UK delivery. BAYO 751

German M1898 Bayonet, Scabbard, Frog and ‘Troddel’ (Knot). 19062. - 19062
This is a very nice ‘M1898’ Sawback bayonet which was introduced in around 1900 for the ‘M98’ rifle. This bayonet differed from the original long slim bladed bayonet, as it was much shorter with a 9 ¾ “ blade, and was only made with a saw backed blade. It had a distinctive Eagle beak pommel, black leather grips and was issued to independent machine gun detachments. Its official term was ‘Kurzes seitengewehr’ (short blade) is marked with a crown over ‘Erfurt’ and the spine carries a crown over ‘W’ and ‘02’ (1902 manufacture). The scabbard is black steel, with a standard German black leather frog and comes complete with an excellent regimental ‘Troddel’ or knot. It retains the green felt in the mortise slot. See ‘White & Watts- The Bayonet Book’ pages 114 & 120, item No258 for the identical bayonet. This is a scarce bayonet, and as complete as you can get, and an excellent addition to any collection. The price includes UK postage. 19062.

*WWI German ‘M1884/98’ 2nd Type Bayonet with Sawback Blade, Scabbard and Frog. 19065. - 19065
It is presumed that the 2nd ‘M1884/98’ was introduced when the supply of parts used in the manufacture of the 1st model had been expended. The 2nd model, an entirely newly-made bayonet, had the same dimensions as the 1st model, but the pommel shape had been altered. This item was made by ‘Erfurt’ The spine of the blade is marked with crown over ‘W’ and ‘15’ (1915). The regimental number of 107 is on the crossguard. See ‘White & Watts- The Bayonet Book’ pages 115 & 129, item No286. The wooden grips are unmarked, as is the blade. The Frog and stud are in excellent condition for their age, as is the scabbard. This is a very scarce bayonet, an excellent addition to any collection. The price includes UK postage. 19065.

*WWII German ‘M84/98’ 3rd Model ‘K98’ Bayonet and Scabbard and Frog. BAYO 740. - BAYO 740
This is a nice clean early ‘WWII K98’ bayonet. It has lovely undamaged light wooden grips, and two ‘Waffenampt’ stamps to the pommel. The blade retains most of its bluing and is stamped with ‘3536 over c’. The scabbard is the standard steel version, and this is carried in a black leather frog. The other side carries ’44 cof’ which is the wartime code for ‘Carl Eikhorn’. A really nice ‘K98’ bayonet in good condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 740.

*WWII German ‘M84/98’ 3rd Model ‘K98’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 739. - BAYO 739
This is a nice clean early ‘WWII K98’ bayonet. It has lovely undamaged dark brown Bakelite grips, and two crisp ‘Waffenampt’ stamps to the pommel. The blade retains most of its bluing, is stamped with ‘Coppel G.M.G.H’ to one side with ‘2426 over h’ to the other. The spine carries ‘40’ denoting manufacture in ‘1940’. The scabbard is the standard steel version and this carries ‘3479’ above the frog stud, whilst the other side carries ’42 cof’ which is the wartime code for ‘Carl Eikhorn’. A really nice ‘K98’ bayonet in good condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 739.

*German ‘G3’ Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 738. - BAYO 738
This is a ‘G3’ bayonet to fit the German ‘G3’ rifle. Based on the Spanish ‘CETME’ rifle and introduced in ‘1959’. It has undamaged ribbed plastic grips and a blade similar to the American ‘M3’ knife blade. The bayonet fixed to the rifle in an inverted position above the barrel and was secured by a plug which fitted into the gas port of the rifle. The original German issue scabbards also followed the American pattern of ‘M8 & M8A1’ types. As the popularity of the ‘G3’ rifle grew it was exported to over 60 countries, and our example is one of these export versions being in a black plastic scabbard with a fixed belt frog. This is a nice example that has seen some use. See ‘Martin. J.Brayley- An Illustrated History of Bayonets’ pages 87 – 101

**WWII Nazi German Municipal Police Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 730. - BAYO 730
This is an exquisite German Police Bayonet and Scabbard by ‘Weyers berg Kirschbaum & Co’. It is marked to the 13” blade with their trademark of ‘Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. Solingen’ on one side and their Knights head trademark on the other. The spine carries a small inspection mark. The grips are Stag Antler with one grip carrying the Police Eagle badge. The crossguard carries the unit number ‘S.B. 14173’ and the Eagles head pommel has lovely feathering. It is the version without the rifle slot and working mortice button. It is contained in its black steel mounted leather scabbard and a later frog. A very nice collectable Nazi Police bayonet. The price includes U.K. delivery. BAYO 730.

Nazi German Weyersberg Kirshbaum & Co Solingen Municipal Police Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. BAYO 716 - BAYO 716
This is a lovely Nazi Police bayonet by Weyersberg Kirshbaum & Co Solingen. The blade 12 ½” long blade is marked with their name on one side and their Knight’s head trademark on the reverse. It has its original leather hilt washer. There is a small inspection mark to the spine. The grips are Stag antler and one grip is mounted with the Police Eagle with Swastika badged. The pommel has nice feathering to the eagle’s head & has the seldom seen rifle slot & working mortise button. The scabbard is black leather with long chape. The frog is a later addition. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 716

**VERY RARE & DESIRABLE**MATCHING NUMBERS**WW1 Imperial German S14 Gott Scho Machine Gunners Bayonet & Scabbard With Leather Frog. Sn 18779 - 18799
This is a rare WW1 German Machine gunners bayonet. The blade is marked ‘K.S’ & ‘G within a lightbulb shape’. The spine has an Imperial inspection mark. The cross guard is numbered 4082. The fullered blade is 14 ½” long. The wrap around wood grip is secured by 2 screw bolts. The underside of the grip has 9 grooves cut into it. The scabbard is steel & although it has lost most of its finish & has a couple of dents it is in very good condition. The throat has matching number ‘4082’. The frog is the standard German leather example in good condition. A very rare bayonet, one of the scarcest & most desirable of WW1 German Bayonets. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18799
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