Scabbard:  "E u F. Horster" over "1939" and "8531" overstamped with "0000" and "2061" beneath. However, Carter recorded production dates from 1939–43. Diamant bicycles won world road race championships in the late 1950s. (225 mm.) I suspect that the tiny "3" and "6" flanking the Imperial proofmark on the scabbard's ball finial may indicate the year (1936) the bayonet was taken into Luftwaffe service. Scabbard:  "38.R.11.21." Life guard regiments were typically the most prestigious regiments in the army of a German State, tasked with protecting the monarch. Post-War, the Works fell into Russian hands and became part of the East German State. These long, slender blades are often called “quillback” or "pipeback" blades, due to the round spine that runs through the blade like the quill of a feather. The flat upon which the marking is stamped measures only 5 mm. The first is believed to be a shortened French M1936 bayonet. The bayonet's marking is partially gone, so the regiment number cannot be discerned. (235 mm.) Cette page a été mise à jour le : 05-Nov 11:32. Measures 8.875 in. We have a small shipment of original bayonets designed for the Mauser K98 rifle, comes with sheath. Overall the bayonet, scabbard and belt frog are in about Good condition. This bayonet was also used extensively with the 8 mm. Original Item: Only One Available. R. 8. Although these have no provision for mounting to a rifle, they are still classified as bayonets. Hilt strap is missing. The M1871/84 was the first knife bayonet to become general issue in a major army, setting a trend that continues to the present day. 115, Kompagnie 15, Waffen Nr. WKC used a special German Sutterlin font which is difficult to decipher. GERMAN MAUSER 1871/84 SHORT BAYONET BY SIMSON & CO. SUHL ** NEW ** German Mauser 1871/84 short bayonet with blade ... £225.00. Has 4  steel rivets and is of sewn construction, without a hilt strap. 1078." Plastic grips are encountered about as often as are wood grips. The back-to-back squirrels over "C. E." was the first Eickhorn trademark, used from 1906 into the 1920s. The bayonet was subsequently captured by the Germans during the Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71. The Gewehr 98 is possibly THE most copied design in firearms history. The top front of the matching scabbard is marked “9954” and the top rear is marked “E.u.F Horster / 1940”. The bayonet is an early example, made in 1935. This example was made in 1917 by Gebruder Heller of Marienthal. This frog came on the 1939 Elite-Diamant bayonet shown above. You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. The blade is marked using the letter/number code used from 1934–1937 to keep the maker’s identities secret. A serial number has been applied to the ricasso; The King of Prussia served as the Imperial head of state and was given the title Kaiser (Emperor). Gewehr 293 Jugoslawien [G 293(j)] was the official German nomenclature for the Yugoslavian Puska 98. The belt frog shows heavy discoloration, scrapes, and surface cracks. The scabbard also has regimental markings, with an older Bavarian mark struck through, and B. The bayonet is an early example, made in 1935. "Yataghan" is derived from the Turkish word for "one who lays down" to describe the downard-sweeping double-curve blade profile. The company continued producing bicycles and developed alloy bicycle components, including the first alloy bicycles. The rivet securing the scabbard throat has been deleted, the throat reversed and secured at the side by a screw; and, It also has an Israeli K98 sling attached. However, the Germans would return to the M1884/98 design in 1915, as a way to use their limited steel supply more efficiently. ILS 589.54. Original bayonets designed for the Mauser K98 rifle, comes with sheath. Ethiopian FN Mauser, 8mm Mauser, Bolt Action Rifle - Original Surplus Turn In Condition, Bulgarian Makarov Pistol, Semi-Auto, 9x18 Caliber by Arsenal - VG/EX - Various Grip Choices, Mas 49/56, 7.5MM French, Semi-Auto Rifle W / 10 Round Removable Box Mag , Surplus Turn In Condition - C & R Eligible, Spanish M43 La Coruna Mauser, Bolt Action Rifle, 8mm Mauser - Surplus Turn In Condition - C & R Eligible, You will now receive updates on this item. Original Item: Only One Available. FEUERBAC / 1940”. This example has serrated, reddish-brown plastic grips. Illegible waffenamt on ball tip. This example was made in 1916 by Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co., of Solingen. This example is of the second German-made variant, which is slightly shorter than the first two types and lacks the knurled grip section. The result was a long slender bayonet M1898. wide. The "P.W. Overall Condition: This rifle retains about 85% of its metal finish. In 1939 243 was the wartime Nazi code for Mauser Werke AG, Borsigwalde. After the Second World War, the firm's property was seized by the East German State and the firm disappeared. This would have allowed only a few months during which Simson produced bayonets with the one-piece grip. The bayonet has an unusual unit marking, indicating it was issued to a machinegun company.  The unit marking "25.R.M.G.79." Although the date is no longer visible on the blade, BCN data proves that the bayonet was made in 1940. It carries the Royal Cypher of Kaiser (Emperor) Wilhelm II of Prussia, who reigned 1888–1918. At the beginning of the First World War, it was the second oldest regiment in the German Army. ", located on: pommel (2x), stud nut, backstrap, under grips, underside of both grips, and scabbard ball. Box, Paperwork& Accessories: The rifle comes with a bayonet, scabbard, and belt frog. Markings: There is no visible import mark. The M1871/84 was the first knife bayonet to become general issue in a major army, setting a trend that continues to the present day. Although the M1871/84 bayonet mounts to the M1888 Commission Rifle, this combination was felt to have insufficient reach. Anthony wrote the following, " . Unlike earlier S 24(t) bayonets, this example has no Czech markings. The bayonet and scabbard were made by F.W. 93]. The bayonet shows no evidence of ever having been blued, suggesting that it may have failed German government quality control prior to bluing and been diverted for use in fulfilling export contracts. We assume no liability associated with misuse of our products. For more information on these items see the Wolrd of Bayonets web page at worldbayonets.com/Bayonet_Identification_Guide/Germany__Post_WW_I_/Germany_1933_1945.html. This example was made in 1906 by Simson & Co. in Suhl. This is the only example that we have had. We have not fired this rifle. The M1888 was typically issued with the longer M1871 sword bayonet. It comes with a  period correct bayonet, scabbard, & belt frog. 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). The regimental marking "100.R.3.97" signifies:  Königliches Sächisches (Leib) Grenadier Regiment Nr. The troddel has a red striped ball, black strap with silver/red thread. The left side of the barrel shank is marked with a Nazi “eagle / swastika” and the serial number. The Second World War German S 109(j) modifications were to blue the metal and delete the muzzle ring. The dimpled metal end cap is missing on this example, although the four staking marks are visible. Read the full story on this well-traveled bayonet. It carries the Royal Cypher of Kaiser (Emperor) Wilhelm II of Prussia, who reigned 1888–1918. Measures 8.25 in. Approximately 20,000 rifles and bayonets are believed to have been converted before the Germans overran Yugoslavia in 1941. The period correct M1884/98 bayonet is marked “E.u.F Horster” on the left side of the blades base, “9954” on the right side, and “40” on the top of the base. R.E. The rifle looks good and has lots of other deep markings that add to its history. Here is a quick reference on the codes used by the manufacturers of the S84/98 III field bayonet before and during WWII. This represents the final S 24(t) variant. The Mauser Model 1871 adopted as the Gewehr 71 or Infanterie-Gewehr 71, or "Infantry Rifle 71" ("I.G.Mod.71" was stamped on the rifles themselves) was the first rifle model in a distinguished line designed and manufactured by Paul Mauser and Wilhelm Mauser of the Mauser company and later mass-produced at Spandau arsenal. 79 [25th Infantry Regiment von Lützow (1st Rhineland), Machinegun Company, Weapon No. Scabbard:  "43 asw" and "2564gg" and illegible waffenamt on ball tip. Il se peut que les données sur le nombre d'enchères et le montant ne soient pas à jour. No Czech government markings are present. At the beginning of the First World War, it was the oldest regiment in the German Army. According to M1884/98 III researcher Andrej 'Andy' Blazicek, the serial number suffix is an "N". MPN: K98 Bayonet . They produced daggers 1935–1945, but were not known to have produced comparable material in earlier years. All Images and Text Copyright © 2003-2020 International Military Antiques Inc. All Rights Reserved. The scabbard is painted with high-gloss black lacquer. (213 mm.) 97 [100th Royal Saxon (Life Guard) Grenadier Regiment, 3rd Company, Weapon No. Most of these bayonets were later altered into M1884/98 knife bayonets for the Gewehr 98 rifle, so finding one intact is extremely rare. Make Offer - M98K Mauser Bayonet - Rich A Herder. The markings are deep. Achetez en toute sécurité et au meilleur prix sur eBay, la livraison est rapide. Un problème est survenu. The scabbard also has a waffenamt acceptance mark. The stock rates in about Very Good Plus overall condition as refurbished.

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