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1st world war

World War 1 bayonet M 84/98 according to Art. .

Cleaned blade, manufacturer "Rich. Herder Solingen", acceptance "W 16", the handle scales subsequently provided with three notches each, small stress crack, fire protection sheet, with steel scabbard, worn piece with traces of age and wear, the scabbard slightly rusty, in good condition . State 2-














World War 1 bayonet M 14.

Fairly clean blade with maker's mark of "B.K.", screwed grip scales, fairly round pommel, clearly worn piece with signs of age and wear, blackened scabbard, this with some dents, lip screw missing, worn, still in fairly good condition. State 2-3














World War 1 self-made side gun.

Shortened epee blade, this one with the inscription "World War 1914/17", on the other side an unknown manufacturer or owner abbreviation, crossguard similar to that of a 98/05 bayonet, riveted wooden handle, this one with indicated grip scales, shortened scabbard of an emergency bayonet Beading, defective brown belt shoe with attached company tassel, property blue / yellow / blue with open tassel, worn item with signs of age and wear, in good condition, an unusual one-of-a-kind. State 2-














World War 1 officer side rifle KS98.

Blade without saw back, without manufacturer, slightly stained, heavy steel hilt with screwed horn grip panels, movable pusher, burnished scabbard, mouth sheet screw missing, signs of age and wear, but otherwise in good condition. State 2-

World War 1 bayonet M 98 according to Art. with steel scabbard.

Darkened back blade with Schör, manufacturer "VCSchilling Suhl", acceptance "W 15", troop stamp "121.RE3.159.", The handles are discolored but intact, the pusher is stuck, comes with the narrow steel scabbard with beads, the piece is clearly worn Signs of age and wear, rusty and pitted, still in pretty good condition. State 2-3














Prussia artillery bayonet M 71/98.

Former M 60 fusilier side rifle and M 71 artillery side rifle with modified crossguard and new grip, plug-backed blade with scarf, unclear acceptance "W 68" and weak manufacturer "Clauberg Solingen", the steel parts heavily cleaned, the blade partially pitted, one grip plate broken, without scabbard , clear signs of age and cleaning, but rare. State 2-3

Trench dagger or combat knife of the 1st World War.

Very clean standard blade, without manufacturer, stag horn handle with S-shaped crossguard, this probably blackened, dark brown leather sheath with strap, without locking strap, easily worn, in very good condition. State 2

World War 1 extra side rifle KS98.

Resharpened blade without manufacturer, version with saw back, solid hilt with eagle head pommel and screwed handle scales with a few breakouts, black lacquered scabbard, unfortunately the nickel plating of the hilt is already worn, a bit rusty, but the pusher still works perfectly, with coupling shoe. State 3

World War 1 adapted booty bayonet, ex. French M74.

Clean T-blade with still preserved back engraving, the guard shortened and the barrel ring changed so that only running claws are left, the handle was supplemented by one made of brass, unfortunately more squeezed, with control mark, pusher common, with a French grass sheath, this one somewhat pitted in the upper area, in fairly good condition and rare. State 2-

See A. Carter, III, 61.

World War 1 officer side rifle KS98.

Blade with saw back, no maker's mark, heavy steel hilt with screwed horn grip scales, movable pusher, the scabbard repainted in black, with brown coupling shoe, slight signs of age and wear, but otherwise in very good condition. State 2

World War 1 "German Army Knife".

A multifunction pocket knife, various blades and tools, stamped "Henkels Zwillingswerk Solingen", riveted staghorn handle scales, heavily used and already somewhat damaged (blade or points broken off and rusty), poor condition. State 3

World War 1 trench dagger or short officer's side rifle.

Quite neat trench dagger blade, the tip rounded, without manufacturer's mark, nickel-plated steel hilt with bird's head pommel and indicated pusher, waffled horn grip, the front has a tension crack, the scabbard with approx. 80% of the varnish, the carrying leather present, used with normal signs of age. State 2-





World War 1 inflatable trench dagger.

Rhombic blade, no manufacturer's designation, cranked sheet metal handle, the scabbard rust-scarred in place, the carrying leather present, worn item with normal signs of age. State 2-

Prussian bayonet M 98/05 n.A. Saw ground out.

Tarnished blade, manufacturer "Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Obersdorf a. N.", acceptance lost when removing the saw, control marks still visible, intact grip panels, with fire protection sheet, the scabbard somewhat pitted, signs of age and wear, otherwise good condition, with coupling shoe. State 2-

World War 1 bayonet M84 / 98 according to Art.

Sharpened and cleaned blade, manufacturer "Rich.Abr.Herder Solingen", acceptance "W18", nicks and traces of impact, the hilt slightly rusty, the handle is damaged, the fire protection plate dented, the scabbard free from denting but repainted, clear signs of age and wear. State 2-3

World War 1 trench dagger or short officer's side rifle.

Slightly ground trench dagger blade without maker's mark, nickel-plated steel hilt with bird's head pommel and indicated pusher, waffled horn grip scales, riveted twice, lacquered scabbard with intact carrying leather, used, in very good condition. State 2





World War 1 pocket knife.

Probably a privately acquired knife, on the blade a maker's mark "... Sheffield", additionally with a can opener, nickel silver handle scales, these stamped "France 1914-18.", As well as "Limburg 1.M.G.K. J.R.368.", Used, but very good condition. State 2

World War 1 trench dagger or combat knife.

Privately procured item. Sharpened blade, no manufacturer or acceptance marks. Horn grip scales riveted three times, comes in a matching scabbard with carrying leather, unfortunately the locking loop is a bit too short. State 2-




World War 1 emergency or replacement bayonet.

Very clean blade with fullers, control marks on the ricasso and the back of the blade, steel handle with two-part parrying, movable pusher, the scabbard and the hilt are painted field gray, about 80-90% of the scabbard is preserved, the hilt is a bit rusty, but here are always 50-60% of the original paint still preserved, hardly worn, signs of age, otherwise in good condition. State 2

Emergency bayonets with so much original paint are hard to come by.

World War 1 officer's side rifle.

Version with a long blade and wide fillets, manufacturer's designation-Doppeleichhörnchen for Carl Eickhorn Solingen, staghorn handle scales, these were exchanged, slightly pitted steel hilt, black steel scabbard with about 65% of the original paint, with coupling shoe, this one torn at the carrying hook. Worn, with stronger signs of age. State 2-3