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I have put this one elsewhere on account of its oddly-located clearance hole - see: http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=219269#entry2188908 - this new thread is concerned with the marking on the grip and the pommel.

The bayonet is an 11/15, with an added clearance hole, which was done after 5 January 1916, and then a pommel marking of 'D / 386' was added, this damaging the edge of the clearance hole, the same 'serial number' being impressed on the reverse grip.

Anyone have any ideas as to the meaning of this mark? It is a mystery one to me...


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Possible, khaki, but I cannot recall ever seeing anything like this one...

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