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K98 Combat Bayonet, matching numbers 1863 "c", maker is Mundlos, which is marked on the blade and scabbard, and dated 1938 on the spine. Proof markings on the button, on the reverse side over the slide and the ball at the bottom of the scabbard. The blade still has a lot of its factory blueing. Dark Bakelight grips. Frog is still soft. Overall Very Nice.                        #BAY03/13-01            $250   SOLD
K98 Combat Bayonet, non matching, wood grip made in 1944, blade is marked 44asw and 801 m on the other side. Scabbard is marked 3728, the proof markes are on the backside of the slide and ball of the scabbard. Scabbard looks real good, the frog is the heavy duty 4 rivit type, and has a date that looks like 1943 with some other numbers below the date. Wood grips have no damage. Although this bayonet has seen use, the blade still has a lot of the factory blueing.  #BAY04/14-02       $165.00   SOLD
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Bayonet, with partial web, partial leather frog. The bayonet is very clean with matching numbers, the face of the bayonet is marked with the numbers 9665 c as is the scabbard. and the backside of the blade is marked "42ASW" the blade shows most of its original finish. It has waffen amts near the backside of the button. Overall I would rate both of these pieces very high. I am not real familar with the 2 piece frog, but it came from Tom Whittmann several years ago and is now stuck on this bayonet.             #BAY04/14-03                                                $375.00
K98 Bayonet, mix matched numbers with killer webbed frog. This set, I bought together. The bayonet and scabbard are very nice. But they are mixed matched numbers, the blade is marked "4940 C" while the scabbard is marked "8603" and the backside of the blade is marked "43CUL". I can not read the markings on the backside of the scabbard. But the frog is one of the nicest ones I have ever seen. It is the best of the best and it is also inseperatible, at least by me. Just on the off chance that it did come together. By the time this was made in 1943, I do not think the Germans cared so much about having matching numbers, I might be wrong, but I have noticed that the later years tend to have more genuine mis-matched pieces.
Let me know your opinion on this subject.          #BAY04/14                $375.00