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Belgian model 1889 infantry bayonet


josh2345678

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Was looking to see if anyone knows what the (N) stands for in front of the 5676 on this bayonet. Thanks josh

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There exist some pages in web that pictured the belgian serial marking and their explanation. 

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When the serial is used on rifle and there are doubble serial, one on reciever and other on buttplate, in that case is N a denoting a 14. Linie Regiment.

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I don't do much on Belgian stuff, I admit, but if I recall correctly, the army versions had the letter before the number and the Burgerwacht after it. 

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