Although well-preserved, this bayonet has seen heavy use, something also consistent with Spanish service.
Title 18, U.S. Code, Section 921(a)(16) defines antique firearms as all guns manufactured prior to 1899. The right side of the blade also shows some surface erosion. This was followed by two German-made variants. As the Afrika Korps only existed for two years, these frogs are very scarce. Italian M91 Carcano Cavalry Carbine - 17.5" Barrel 6.5 Carcano 6 Round Capacity - Italian Carabinieri Rifles - NRA Surplus Good to Very Good Condition - C&R Eligible. Illegible waffenamt on ball tip. The M1884/98 first pattern bayonet was an older M1871/84 bayonet altered, ca. Gewehr 98, Kar 98a, and Kar 98k rifles.
"Yataghan" is derived from the Turkish word for "one who lays down" to describe the downard-sweeping double-curve blade profile.
Second were Commercial Trademarks used, unofficially, from 1937–1940/41 (e.g., E u F. Horster) . However, the Germans would return to the M1884/98 design in 1915, as a way to use their limited steel supply more efficiently. The regimental marking "100.R.3.97" signifies:Â KÃ¶nigliches SÃ¤chisches (Leib) Grenadier Regiment Nr. This regiment was formed in 1860 at Oppeln (known, today, as Opole in Poland, near its border with the Czech Republic). I have been told that this also fits on the, Crosspiece (Left): "R26090" and French proofmarks. Finding this example that bears German markings is most unusual. Has 4 steel rivets and is of sewn construction, without a hilt strap. All orders are subject to acceptance by IMA Inc, which reserves the right to refuse any order.
First pattern example of the M1898, known as the a/A (alter Art = older model), with the scarce one-piece wood grip. Georg Rieder of Munich was the retailer who sold the piece. Frog (Reverse): "B11R" over "149" and "BD III" over "1916" inside a rectangle. The Israeli K98 sling buckle is marked with a “circled Hebrew character”. The M1888 was typically issued with the longer M1871 sword bayonet. It has the early leather scabbard with steel mounts. high.
The blade ricasso bears the maker marking: Simson & Compagnie was the largest manufacturer of edged weapons and firearms in Suhl, Thuringia, during the second half of the 19th century. Paul Mauser developed his bolt-action rifle from 1867 to 1871.
However, the bayonet was … The M1871 bayonet has an unusual brass grip with diagonal serrations on the right grip, while the left grip is smooth. Most of these bayonets were later altered into M1884/98 knife bayonets for the Gewehr 98 rifle, so finding one intact is extremely rare. Il se peut que les données sur le nombre d'enchères et le montant ne soient pas à jour.
The Second World War German S 109(j) modifications were to blue the metal and delete the muzzle ring. Modifications include: Make Offer - German Ww2 K98 Late War 1944 Mauser Bayonet All Matching Rare Blued Blade. Modifications included removal of the muzzle-ring and fitting of a longer pommel with the T–O mortise to accommodate the Gewehr 98's cleaning rod. The LOP measures 13 inches from the front of the trigger to the back of the buttplate. (225 mm.)
This example was made in 1917 by Gebruder Heller of Marienthal. The basic rifle at the outbreak of the Great War 1914 was Mauser M1898. R.E. Original bayonets designed for the Mauser K98 rifle, comes with sheath. The markings are deep. All metal parts are nickel plated. This mark indicates that the frog was issued by the Bekleidungs-Depot des III, Bayerischen Armee-Korps (Clothing Depot of the III Bavarian Army Corps), based near Nuremburg. This is the only example that we have had. Scabbard: "44 ASW" and "2424" over "dd" and illegible waffenamt on ball tip.
Has 4 aluminum rivets and is of sewn construction.
(235 mm.) The bottom of the bolt handle is marked with 2 “eagle / 63” inspection stamps. This example was made by Gebruder Klinge of Dresden in 1937. The left sling well is marked “8” and with a faded stamping. The join between the original tang and new pommel is evident in the 6th picture at left. Similarly, the VZ–24 bayonet was designated Seitengewehr 24(t) [Sidearm 24 Czechoslovakia].
137,000 bayonets were manufactured at Waffenfabrik BrÃ¼nn Werke during this period. Sword bayonet used with the 8 mm. Scabbard: "42 cvl" and "9578" over âNâ.
The result was a long slender bayonet M1898. Both the bayonet and scabbard have regimental markings. This pairing suggests that it may have been issued to local Belgian "police" who helped maintain order during the German occupation. The M1871/84 was the first knife bayonet to become general issue in a major army, setting a trend that continues to the present day. [In English, 63rd Infantry Regiment, Emperor Karl of Austria and King of Hungary (4th Upper Silesia), 12th Company, Weapon No. However, Carter recorded production dates from 1939–43. Overall, the sling is in about Very Good Plus condition. signifies: Infanterie-Regiment von LÃ¼tzow (1. A pre-war example that was captured and reworked in eastern Europe, probably Yugoslavia.
Both Wilhelm I and Wilhelm II reigned during 1888, so there is no way to attribute the cypher to a specific monarch (Friedrich III also reigned for 3 months during 1888, although no bayonets have been documented with his cypher).
4. This example was made for Prussia, in 1917, by Mauser at their Oberndorf plant.
Action Type: Bolt Action, Internal Magazine. The belt frog shows heavy discoloration, scrapes, and surface cracks. Bystrica Werke production shifted to the Kar 98k rifle in 1942 and continued until cessation of hostilities in 1945.
This example was made for Prussia in 1887 by Alexander Coppel of Solingen. BRITISH LEE METFORD 1899 DATED BAYONET *** RESERVED *** British Lee Metford bayonet with … Lauterjung is better known for its other Solingen factory, Puma-Werke. The bayonet & scabbard have matching numbers and the scabbard & frog are each dated “1940”. It carries the Royal Cypher of Kaiser Wilhelm II of Prussia, who reigned 1888–1918. The bayonet was made in 1941 and the scabbard in 1943. Visitez eBay pour une grande sélection de mauser bayonet. You will now receive updates on this item; Email Address.
The blade was manufactured by Gebruder Simson in Suhl.
It's the first bayonet I've ever recorded marked to this regiment, so it was good to hear about it.". Schultz is believed to have produced approximately 300,000 scabbards from 1924–1929.
This example was made in 1935 by Mundlow & Company of Magdeburg (Mundlos AG), as indicated by the Number Code of 244 and Year Code G. Mundlos was a peacetime manufacturer of sewing machines.
Black leather belt frog (Carter #293) and Fire/Police troddel (knot). It was good fortune that my bayonet had the upper half of the marking and the other bayonet the lower half. long by 2.00 in. Vintage WW1 WW2 German CSZ P Czechoslovakia Mauser Bayonet Knife with Scabbard.
The left side of the barrel shank is marked with a Nazi “eagle / swastika” and the serial number. This regiment was formed in 1621 at Darmstadt. 97]. The nosecap, barrel band, front sight, rear sight assembly, and bolt release lever are each marked with the last 2 digits of the serial number.
As shown in the images at left, there is some damage; and both the frog and the outward-facing wooden bayonet grip show evidence of charring.
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