The rivet securing the scabbard throat has been deleted, the throat reversed and secured at the side by a screw; and, Markings: There is no visible import mark. The bottom of the bolt handle is marked with 2 “eagle / 63” inspection stamps. 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. Scabbard: "E u F. Horster" over "1939" and "8531" overstamped with "0000" and "2061" beneath. The top rear of the belt frog is marked “CARL HEPTING & CO STGT. Screw slots have been cut in the grip-securing nuts and in the nut securing the press-stud; Oberschlesisches) Nr.63, Kompagnie 12, Waffen Nr. Finding this example that bears German markings is most unusual. wide. Sign up to be the first to know when this item is back in stock. The muzzle ring is ground away, leaving protruding "ears"; 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. The top front of the matching scabbard is marked “9954” and the top rear is marked “E.u.F Horster / 1940”. This example was made in 1888 by Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. of Solingen. Be the first to know about sales, surplus items, and new products. Mechanics: The action functions correctly. 4. German K98 Mauser Nazi 243 8mm Bolt Action Rifle, Bayonet & Scabbard, MFD 1939 C&R, Lock, Stock & Barrel Investments A note regarding German Royalty: The German Empire was a confederation of semi-independent states. They manufactured a lot of bayonets under contract to various kingdoms in the German Empire, and also had numerous international contracts. Most were crudely marked “M24Ð” in Cyrillic (M24B) on the crosspiece. This example is of the second German-made variant, which is slightly shorter than the first two types and lacks the knurled grip section. This example was made by Gebruder Klinge of Dresden in 1937. Even the United States and England used G98 based rifles. At that time, the official King was Otto, however he was judged mentally unfit to rule, and his uncle Prince Luitpold of Bavaria was appointed regent, so the royal monogram of an L was left in place. Gun magazine laws, concealed weapons laws, laws governing new made display guns, airsoft guns, blank fire guns, and other items vary greatly by nation, state and locality. Hörster Waffenfabrik, Solingen S/172 - Carl Eickhorn Stahlwarenfabrik, Solingen S/173 – Alexander Coppel GmbH (Alcoso), Solingen S/174 – WKC/Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie, Solingen S/175 - … This was a privately purchased item. The scabbard on this example has had its original serial number struck through and a new number applied, indicating that it was reworked in wartime Germany, before falling into allied hands (and being reworked a second time). Sword bayonet used with the 8 mm. Superimposing images of the two revealed that the letters were "gcy". 167.] Before the Second World War, the Elite Diamant Werks (Elite Diamond Works) produced bicycles. Although these have no provision for mounting to a rifle, they are still classified as bayonets. wide. This bayonet came in the Afrika Corps web frog shown below. The bayonet is in very good condition, with lots of clear markings. Scabbard: "44 ASW" and "2424" over "dd" and illegible waffenamt on ball tip. The thinned areas of the finish show varying degrees of discoloration from oxidation. M1871 Mauser rifle. 79]. 115, Kompagnie 15, Waffen Nr. The back-to-back squirrels over "C. E." was the first Eickhorn trademark, used from 1906 into the 1920s. Bore Condition: The grooves are grey and the rifling is deep. I corresponded with Anthony Carter on this piece, because of the regimental markings it carried. Life guard regiments were typically the most prestigious regiments in the army of a German State, tasked with protecting the monarch. Brown leather belt frog for carrying the M1898/05 sword bayonet. The rifle looks good and has lots of other deep markings that add to its history. We have not fired this rifle. M1888 Commission Rifle. 11 [11th Royal Bavarian Infantry Regiment, Von der Tann], which formed part of the III Bavarian Army Corps. Pour en savoir plus, affichez le panier. During the Spanish Civil War of 1936–39, Spain was an export customer for both German rifles and bayonets. YUGOSLAVIAN MAUSER 98K BAYONET LEATHER FROG. Brown leather belt frog for carrying the M1884/98 III knife bayonet. The metal on the bayonet shows scrapes and oxidation on the metal. L. O. Dietrich produced M1898/05 bayonets during the First World War and machine guns during the Second World War. Illegible waffenamt on ball tip. GroÃherzoglich Hessisches) Nr. Make Offer - M98K Mauser Bayonet - Rich A Herder. Simi Valley, CA 93065. This frog came on the 1939 Elite-Diamant bayonet shown above. The slender leather scabbard was prone to damage due to its extreme length. These most likely indicate issue to the 4th Royal Bavarian Infantry "King William of Württemberg" Regiment. Both bayonets were identically marked, with "2" on one rocker and three illegible letters on the other. Read my article on the M1884/98 III bayonet. At the beginning of the First World War, it was the second oldest regiment in the German Army. 1937 Richard A. Herder trademarked bayonets are uncommon. This was followed by two German-made variants. This example has wood grips. Scabbard: "43 asw" and "2564gg" and illegible waffenamt on ball tip. Paul Mauser developed his bolt-action rifle from 1867 to 1871. This regiment was formed in 1805 at Regensburg. French M1866 Chassepot needle-fire rifle. Unlike earlier S 24(t) bayonets, this example has no Czech markings. The join between the original tang and new pommel is evident in the 6th picture at left. The right side of the receiver is marked with three German inspection stamps “eagle / 26”. The replacement bottom metal screws are refinished. German/Turkish Mauser Bayonet. Another wartime example that was captured and reworked in eastern Europe, probably Yugoslavia, where new serial numbers were applied to the crosspiece and frog stud. Legal Notice - International Military Antiques, Inc observes all Federal, State and local laws. Il se peut que les données sur le nombre d'enchères et le montant ne soient pas à jour. Make Offer - German Ww2 K98 Late War 1944 Mauser Bayonet All Matching Rare Blued Blade. The bayonet and scabbard were made by F.W. According to M1884/98 III researcher Andrej 'Andy' Blazicek, the serial number suffix is an "N". 1905, for use on the Gewehr 98 Rifle, as shown in this comparison image. GermanK98Mauser Bayonet&scabbard #’sMatch S.178G Gebruder Heller 1935 ?NOTCHED? Pour un taux de change plus à jour, veuillez utiliser le. The interior shows a small area of heavy soiling. Sign up to be the first to know when this item is back in stock. The bayonet has a functional press stud, however, the muzzle-ring diameter is too small to mount to a M1871/84 rifle.
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