GERMAN EDGED WEAPONS & ACCESSORIES

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#G2384 1939 W.K.C. K98k Matching Bayonet and Scabbard
Original WWII German Wehrmacht K98k combat bayonet and matching scabbard. Early 1939 production by the firm Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie, of Solingen (W.K.C.). The numbers on the blade and scabbard are both "8241". Excellent condition with original blued finished and nice blade that has never been sharpened. Great early bayonet. $500

#G2368 Early Production S/155K K98k Matching Bayonet and Scabbard
Original WWII German Wehrmacht K98k combat bayonet and matching scabbard. Very early 1934 production by the firm E.u.F. Hörster (S/155K). The numbers on the blade and scabbard are both "1467" over "i". Excellent condition with original blued finished and nice blade that has never been sharpened. Great super early bayonet. $675

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#RG112 K98k Dress Bayonet Frog
Original WWII German Wehrmacht K98k dress bayonet frog. Overall very good condition, factory green felt on the revers where the frog would press against the parade uniform. You can see where a dress bayonet grips left an imprint in the leather. Nice frog. $100

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Matching fnj44 Bayonet and Scabbard
Original WWII German fnj44 bayonet with matching numbers. Excellent condition without flaw. Never sharpened and probably never even issued. Excellent bluing. *Sold*

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#RG40 Matching 1938 K98k Bayonet with Tropical Frog
Original WWII German K98k bayonet with tropical / canvas frog.  Manufactured in 1938 by "E. PACKS & S". The bayonet and scabbard are both original factory numbered '5682' 'C'. Overall good condition, the blade has strong bluing and has not been sharpened. Scabbard is mounted in a rare canvas frog, this type of frog was used in Africa and other tropical regions and saw more widespread use later in the war due to leather shortages. *Sold*

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#RG94 Personalized K98k Bayonet
Original WWII German K98k personalized bayonet with photo of a German soldier under custom acrylic canopy glass made from downed aircraft. The practice of making clear grips from canopy glass was most commonly done by US soldiers who started out by making sweetheart grips for their pistols. The base bayonet for this set is a mid-war example maker marked "42.cul" (year and maker's code) and the scabbard is non-matching with only the number "17" on it. The bayonet's blade is in excellent condition, never sharpened, and all metal parts retain their original factory bluing. This is an interesting and unique conversation piece that will display well in any bayonet or field gear collection. *Sold*

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#EC31 Heer Officer’s Sabre
Original WWII German Heer (Army) officer’s sabre manufactured by WKC in Wrangel form. The blade is maker marked “WKC” (Weyersberg, Kirschbaum & Cie, of Solingen) with knight’s helmet motif above the initials, etched onto the ricasso of the blade under the rain guard. Overall, this sword is in excellent condition with great blade. Never cleaned, showing a nice patina on brass fittings. The blade is extremely clean without any notable damage, there are no major flaws anywhere on this sabre and it shows just light use. Background: Swords / Sabre are an age old military tradition that evolved from a functional weapon into a ceremonial ornament. This tradition carried on into the Third Reich era as a symbol of strength and power. After Hitler’s rise to power, a variety of new sabre’s were introduced to outfit the Wehrmacht. Top example. *Sold*

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#EC35 Heer Dove Head Sabre - E&F Hörster
Original WWII German Heer (Army) dove head sabre manufactured by E.u.F. Hörster of Solingen. This sword is in excellent overall condition with great blade. Never cleaned, showing a nice patina on brass fittings. The blade is extremely clean without any notable damage, there are no notable flaws anywhere on this sabre and it shows just light use. The blade is maker marked “E.u.F. Hörster” “Solingen” inside of the manufacturers motif, this is located on the ricasso of the blade protected under the rain guard. Background: Swords / Sabre are an age old military tradition that evolved from a functional weapon into a ceremonial ornament. This tradition carried on into the Third Reich era as a symbol of strength and power. After Hitler’s rise to power, a variety of new sabre’s were introduced to outfit the Wehrmacht. Top example. *Sold*

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#G2191 1st Company Bayonet Troddle
Original WWII German Heer (Army) 1st Company bayonet knot Troddle for the K98k bayonet or other dress bayonets. Pre-war quality, constructed of wool. The band, slide, stem, crown and tassel are all complete in good condition. Nice example to complete any bayonet or frog. *Sold*
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#G2289 Matching K98k Code 44pyy Bayonet
Original WWII German K98k bayonet manufactured by Berg & Co. in late 1944. Berg & Co. used the maker code “agv” from 1941 to 1944. In 1944 the production blocks no letter, A, B, C, are coded 44agv, and most of the D, E, F blocks are coded “44pyy”. 44pyy is the least produced and rarest 1944 bayonet code. Berg and Co kept up with high quality blue and polish making them harder to find in nice condition. This example is factory matching numbers with original bluing and unsharpened blade, in good field used condition showing some spots of combat wear and corrosion to the fragile early quality bluing. Very rare code that is almost never offered for sale on dealer sites. *Sold*

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#G2290 Matching K98k Code 43-44asw "Split Code" Bayonet
Original WWII German K98k bayonet manufactured by E.u.F Hörster in early 1944. This is an uncommon “split” bayonet because the bayonet is “43asw” and scabbard is “44asw”. The split code isn’t from switching years, but a random anomaly likely from a broken die that occurs for approximately 70,000 pieces. The bayonet and scabbard are factory matching numbers, and they have been together forever. Original bluing and unsharpened blade, in excellent just lightly used condition. Scarce. *Sold*

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#G2370 Matching 1937 Clemen & Jung K98k Bayonet
Original WWII German 1937 Clemen & Jung matching numbers K98k bayonet. Great lightly used condition with original bluing and never-sharpened blade. Includes a nice early K98k bayonet frog that appears to have always been with the bayonet, with matching wear and patina and never removed. Excellent set. *Sold*

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#G2353 Matching 1944 "CVL" K98k Bayonet
Original WWII German 1944 "CVL" (Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. of Solingen) matching numbers K98k bayonet. Excellent very lightly used condition with original bluing and never-sharpened blade. Excellent set. *Sold*