H087670 EM'S BAYONET TRODDEL. spine date and the twin makers mark show this is one of the original trials the only markings are the makers mark and the RP serial, pommel etc is clear of all military acceptance marks. A trend can be observed. It's been cleaned and the factory blue is gone. Bayonets Listed by Overall Length—this may be helpful if you are unsure of the type or country of origin. the construction style and materials employed in the manufacturing of this item. BAYONET DESIGN Heavy duty White cotton stitching secure all pieces. One of the markings consisted of a series of lines that mimic the shape of the German wooden handles (as featured on this page) or metal handles for the late war production I have assumed that blade is 44 and uses a 43 stamp with the 3 removed, 42 cvl marked WWII model with frog (WKC made), jwh 42 marked 84/98, shows French manufacture, 84/98 CLC44 very crudely made compared to normal/earlier manufacture, with very evident grinding marks on the blade and no blueing (R. Herder), CLC44 with clearly visible grinding marks, By 1944 press studs were not being inspector stamped so this is probably a reused item. Scabbard is not a standard 84/98 as it has rivets on both sides and not a single one on the side. In the mid 80's another batch was made using less high quality starting stock, and I've heard that new made ones are now coming out of eastern Europe. to the preservation of military history and to providing quality military antiques and Reichwar issued bayonets, these will be found with 1920 crossguard markings, and were all reworks of WWI bayonets, A 1918 made 84/98 nA re issued in 1920 to the Weimar republic (the 1920 stamp was on all officially issued pieces. The K98 bayonet was a standard issue item and was accompanied by a bayonet frog to be worn on the reverse left side of the load carrying waist belt. Visit our Shopping Site pages and buy from us direct or visit our Books for Sale pages and buy research materials from one of our affiliates. There are several overlaps where one companies continued to use the older coding after others had started using the new ones. eagle. MilitaryItems.com, A limited number of bayonets in 1941 were fitted with Horster made scabbards at manufacture as they have matching numbers. S84/98 aA mS converted from an 1888 71/84 bayonet by the addition of a new Again you will find these in both saw backed and non sawback version as well as the versions with the sawback removed. Several exceptions exist, but one of note is the case of maker ab who has a relatively high production as compared to pieces found in collections. both Carter's and Roy's books on Imperial German bayonets. matching German and Norwegian numbers, M1949 converted from a German 98k bayonet, 1949 German 84/98 Clone made from locally sourced materials, Israel also used German issue 84/98's with added muzzle rings Ricasso markings in Hebrew show 49 model/date. Table Two-Rarity Determined by Serial Number Extension of Collector Submissions. One of the most commonly asked questions is "How much is my German bayonet worth?". Price 75 euro. The 98K bayonet was designed to be mounted on the 98K Mauser rifle. It saw action in every theatre of war involving German forces, including stich line runs through the center. After WWI some of the early blades were used by the Turks, and after WWI the Czechs and the Yugoslavians both reworked examples for sale and/or use by their own troops. guard to not catch the flags. includes various frogs including rubber an AK variations, Distinctive hump backed grips, also seen on the Rumanian 1893/1904, marks on frog. Frog is marked as 1940 made 4th INTENDENTURA which translates as something like supply department (thank you Adam Lubas). Herder Sohne, Solingen 41-44, fnj Alexander Coppel Gmbh, Solingen 41-44, jwh Staatliche Waffenfabrik, Chatellerault, France 41-44. Reason for hilt conversion unknown but would not make a usable knife in this condition as the new handle is not solid to blade. It is nicely maker marked! Four rivets, two in the mid section during World War II. in the long line of Mauser military rifles. The blade was apparently taken from the saddle bags of a BMW motorcycle sidecar combo left in a French barn since WWII, There are no markings on the blade or other exposed area of the blade. A very nice antique Czech Bayonet VZ 24 for Mauser, length 43 cm, in very good condition. H049779 K98 BAYONET FROG. The collector must become familiarized with This part could be dented because of its exposure to hard surfaces. A sample of an original leather scabbard is shown in the photos below. I have tried my best to track the changes and when double codes were used in a single year using info from the BCN site and the very good site on the 84/98 by pyy44 if you have any corrections or additions I would be pleased to receive them, For other interesting 84/98 pieces click here, Matching Horster 1939 marks and unit markings N10205k. Some makers had two different codes changing late in 1944. but still show the original makers marks. The same featured The purpose of the next table is to illustrate the various manufacturers that were producing bayonets at the end of the war, their codes, production, and rarity. Commercial 84/98 as used by Police units and as a private purchase piece by officers, this is a late war model judging by quality, Crude scabbard welding shows late war period manufacture, Unmarked 84/98 with very rough finish. there is a total lack of acceptance marks etc. 84/98 mS early version without flash guard, Herder made example has no acceptance marks on spine or pommel, Erfurt made ones have a W over 15 spine mark and pommel acceptance marks. coil spring. GERMAN 84/98 VARIATIONS.. Bayonet History Timeline—read about key milestones in the bayonet's history, from the 1500s to the present day. markings but it is WuK made so actually dates from early 30's. Blade shows service use, and the grips show some handling marks and scuffs., Middle - Makers Names. 1943 model, based on the German 84/98 however the blade is narrower than the German manufactured blades, German 84/98 second pattern used by Portuguese Legion prior to WWII, bayonet has original German unit markings still in place, M1937 or M1939 Contract German 84/98, the difference between the two contracts is in the quality of the manufacture. The Karabiner 98 Kurz My collection is to try to gain one of each of what i consider the main … Its blade has a length of 252 millimeters. serial is from post war use. the quality of the reproductions is improving. The scabbard shows a O.7007.k serial which is taken to be Ostesea Kiel markings, the blade however is marked O.70P, is P another port (Peenumunde for example ) or something else? Original Unit marks are scored out on scabbard, WUK made bayonets. The scabbard is in nice shape! hilt. Country Pages—start here if you think you know the country of origin. At different intervals, this table will be updated to provide the reader an accurate and up to date information. The blade is stamped "ASW 44" indicating the year of construction (1944) and the manufacturer. omc 40. or visit his website here. Sneak bayonet made to circumvent the Versailles treaty restrictions on The guide is a work in progress.Â It currently includes over 520 bayonets; plus more than 110 frogs and related items from 67 countries. Please contact him direct if you can provide information on markings adn serials on your KN marked blades. Another modification of the S84/98 bayonet, designated as the K98 bayonet, began production in 1934. Alcoso made commercial bayonet used by the police. I will continue adding additional examples as I acquire new pieces and find time to photograph them and do the required programming. H029583 K98 BAYONET FROG. The following is a summary of the main variations that can be found, it does not cover all of the different makers marks nor dates, although you will find serious WWII collectors of the type who try for complete sets of makers and dates. Blade is marked 39 Clemen and Yung made whilst the scabbard is a37 WKC issue. Two methods were used to determine the distribution of production, 1) actual serial number submissions from collectors, and 2) serial number extensions based on the serial numbers found in those submissions. The real name of the K98 bayonet is the SS84/98 III bayonet but it is often called "K98 bayonet" because this SS84/98 III bayonet was given to German soldiers with their K98 carbine (K meaning Karabiner in German). The list of known frog manufacturers is too numerous. S184K (1934 manufacture by Joshua Corts) this blade has had a badge of some sort fixed onto one of the grips which was removed some time ago from the aging of the damage. The 98K bayonet has usually has markings in multiple areas. Herder und Sohn, Solingen, fnj- Alexander Coppel GmbH (aka Alcoso), Solingen, i-Elite Diamantwerk, Siegmar-Schonau bei Chemnitz, jwh- Manufacture Nationale (Staatliche Waffenfabrik) Chatellerault, France. These were made between 1927 and 1930, the bayonet shows both type 2 and type 3 features, "Sneak", these bayonets are also known as the export model. deteriorated with heavy visible grinding marks etc.. ab (Mundlos) made bayonet in an aws (Horster) made scabbard. Second pattern 84/98 with hilt replaced with two sections of leather screwed together. The following is a summary of the main variations that can be found, it does not cover all of the different makers marks nor dates, although you will find serious WWII collectors of the type who try for complete sets of makers and dates. The bayonet has several markings on the throat section of the blade. All pictures are of bayonets in my collection, I shall be redoing many of these to more clearly show the makers name with a more consistent quality. Bayonet has no military acceptance marks but carries a 4 digit serial on the cross guard. This is a mis matched example although the scabbard is another 44 pyy. Blade is made from recycled rail track and is crudely made, shape is not the same as the German 84/98 although grips etc. There are also some bayonets with no obvious markings on them/. No part of this information may be extracted, reproduced, or reprinted without the express written permission of either John Jacobi or Roger Adkins of the BCN. bayonets which would have had an external leaf spring not the later internal It is becoming more difficult to be able to tell the fake ones from the real ones because H008783 EM'S BAYONET TRODDEL. 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