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another 98/05 with rare wartime unit markings.

 

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a 98/05 bayonet with wartime unit marking

same and on scabbard

MGK.52

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9th Schleswing - Holsteinisches Fussartillery Regiment

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zuluwar2006
4 minutes ago, zuluwar2006 said:

98/05 bayonet

61th Infantry Regiment 

[von der Marwitz]

8th Pommersches

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zuluwar2006

two 84/98 unit marked bayonets

the one with MGK marking

the other with jager Bataillon marking????

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zuluwar2006

a 98/05 bayonet with a very rare Garde Regiment zu Fuss

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an extremely rare ersatz bayonet berthier french, with the marking DEUTSCH

This bayonet was not indended to use by 1st or second line troops in the front, but only weared by soldiers as a sidearm

especially in Belgium section.

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11 minutes ago, zuluwar2006 said:

another 98/05 with a very rare wartime unit marking 

Feld Luftschiffer Abteilung

 

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zuluwar2006

an ersatz very rare for 248 infantry regiment

another for 16th infantry regiment [appeared on Roy Williams book for ersatz bayonets].

and a rare bavarian marked

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aN EXTREMELY  rare 98/05 for saxon field artillery regiment, with prussian marking W 16

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zuluwar2006

a rare bavarian marked, converted from an aA bayonet to a nA bayonet [O 11 cypher].

 

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trajan
On 4/27/2018 at 21:10, zuluwar2006 said:

ERSATZ REHILTED CHASSEPOT BAYONETS, THE ONE WITH D.R.G.M.5ae3608c85878_IMG_40991.thumb.JPG.0dc1986b0a19fe0d8840cb2035cfdeef.JPG MARKING

 

Now that IS an interesting one! Never seen a DRGM mark there before!

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Just now, trajan said:

 

Now that IS an interesting one! Never seen a DRGM mark there before!

Thank you Trajan,

this is the one of 2 recorded examples, all over the world!!!!

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An extremely rare Bavarian Ersatz sawteeth bayonet [Bavarian Infanterie Sabel 38 - known as I.S. 38], 9 known examples in all the world have been recorded.

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1 hour ago, zuluwar2006 said:

Ersatz wartime unit markings5acc8931f24b3_IMG_38721.JPG.70aabdf9a0aa06537c8c428d5d033b87.JPG5acc891c30b5f_IMG_38711.JPG.3e3d6b47643bff7dee119b7076c8e3f0.JPG5acca7f9e120a_IMG_38741.thumb.JPG.1f4f4bf6c1849e75784c659a08de648c.JPG5ad1ed8421f58_IMG_39241.JPG.e96d04c4a2a6afa5c51dc27a50f62d2f.JPG5ad2e4b929f0b_IMG_39461.JPG.62e525a7fd5404964830663243e5e02b.JPG5ad2e4de1efde_IMG_39441.thumb.JPG.db2c5c1b5553afed9e8c4759b3d88271.JPG

 

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A VERY RARE ERSATZ BAYONET, WITH ANTLER MARK FOR WYTTEMBERG.

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ANOTHER RARE ERSATZ WITHWARTIME UNIT MARKING

13st LANDEWHR INFANTERIE REGIMENT

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a very rare naval HF M/71

MATROSEN DIVISION

VERY RARE MARKING

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my new item at collection

an ersatz for Husaren Regiment marked bayonet6950359_1357181722.jpg.c5d3f5816489e7c0507c4c3afd7c174e.jpg6950359_671261524.jpg.2859eaf4ab19a65a77a41e5a66a54d08.jpg6950359_906082597.jpg.d905321ca4086a7ea7e9c40c2ee49b96.jpg6950359_1387941069.jpg.19401146407e57acab1858247b65a361.jpg

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On 5/1/2018 at 18:32, zuluwar2006 said:

98/05 bayonet with rare war time marking

Landsturm Stuttgardt, II Bataillon

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I do like this one. A 1918 unit-marked WAFFENFABRIK. The documentary sources indicate that by 1917 they had producd more than enough for the Reichsheer, as do the large numbers of 1917-dated ones that are to be found in Turkey - and clearly enought by then to distribute to the Landsturm!. 1918 examples appear now and again over here, 1916 are uncommon to rare, and never seen a 1915 one here yet. This bayonet, by the way Dimitirios, seems to have been the standard Turkish army bayonet during the 19 19-1923 Turkish War of Independence, and is seen on rifles carried by the Turkish army into the 1930's - and there are shortened examples as well.

 

Just out of interest, how much does it weigh? I'd like to compare it with examples that I have recorded...

 

Julian

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3 minutes ago, trajan said:

 

I do like this one. A 1918 unit-marked WAFFENFABRIK. The documentary sources indicate that by 1917 they had producd more than enough for the Reichsheer, as do the large numbers of 1917-dated ones that are to be found in Turkey - and clearly enought by then to distribute to the Landsturm!. 1918 examples appear now and again over here, 1916 are uncommon to rare, and never seen a 1915 one here yet. This bayonet, by the way Dimitirios, seems to have been the standard Turkish army bayonet during the 19 19-1923 Turkish War of Independence, and is seen on rifles carried by the Turkish army into the 1930's - and there are shortened examples as well.

 

Just out of interest, how much does it weigh? I'd like to compare it with examples that I have recorded...

 

Julian

Julian,

on next Sunday i will weigh it and let you know.

I am happy you like it.

Rebards, D.

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4 ersatz bayonets from my collection.

1/ One brass handled ersatz socket bayonet, with remains of constructor for blade PJ [P.J. MALHERBE, LIEGE].

IV is stamped, mayebe a unit marking identification??? [Roy's book, number 662. ES9 110].

2/ a bavarian [from greek bayonet] with scabbard. Note the markings on scabbard, mayebe a unit marking?????

and 2 more ersatz socket bayonets.

3/ the one with an english 1853 blade and type B hilt [Roy's book, number 614. ES7 08 - Type B hilt].

4/ the other one, ersatz socket nayonet, but i cannot identify the blade [a faint D on the crossguard].

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22 hours ago, zuluwar2006 said:

4 ersatz bayonets from my collection. ... 2/ a bavarian [from greek bayonet] with scabbard. Note the markings on scabbard, mayebe a unit marking?????

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And that is another I would like to have... How are you doing for Y1903's? I have plenty if if you are driving this way!

 

Julian

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zuluwar2006

another ersatz plain 98/05 bayonet

with rare war time unit marking

22 Infantry Regiment

It is strucked by a bomb fragment on the handle mayebe????

The ersatz bayonets with unit markings, are 0,5%, 1 in 200, so a rare piece.

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more ersatz unit markings, very rare and interesting also.

Off course my latest item, a berthier french bayone [Mousqueton Modele 1892]t, with DEUTSCH marking and a very rare regimental marking.

The unit marking on this berthier bayonet, is the ONLY one of the 2 known until today [the other one is 6.1.158] and have NEVER seen before.

So, an extremely rare bayonet, in fair condition.

This kind of bayonets [Berthier], were never used as bayonets but always[solely]  as sidearms and they are unmodified by the germans.

On 1914, there was in service only the 1st model, so is logical why we have not seen the 2nd model used by germans. 

I hope you enjoy my photos, more phpotos will come soon.

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