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wulfrik-the-wanderer
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hello everyone,

this bayonet is most likely off topic as I'd assume it's probably 1830's period so I apologise, however I cannot find a match for it anywhere so would like some help identifying it! It's like a Brunswick rifle bayonet but noticeably different. Anyone seen one before for sale?

cheers in advance.

regards,

Haydn

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Could it be a French or Russian copy of the Brunswick? or Italian M-1844 Piedmont variation?

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Could it be a French or Russian copy of the Brunswick? or Italian M-1844 Piedmont variation?

got it in one with the M-1844 Piedmont bayonet! cheers!

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And quite probably still hanging around in service use with some unit of carabineri in GW period...!!!

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And quite probably still hanging around in service use with some unit of carabineri in GW period...!!!

very very second line troops by that point?

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