1. A GERMAN DRESS BAYONET KS98 WITH SCABBARD, AXEL COPPEL SOLINGEN, 1933-1945

KS98 means Kurze Seitengewehr (=Short dress knife), was a parade bayonet used by soldiers and underofficers.
Origin: Germany.
Length in scabbard - 40,3 cm.
Blade: Straight single-edged blade with one wide fuller. A hallmark with scales and letters “ACS” – Alexander Coppel Solingen. Length of the blade - 24,7 cm, width - 23,5 mm.
Hilt: iron guard and pommel of eagle-head shape. Plastic grip plates fixed with two rivets.
Scabbard: Iron scabbard painted in black.
Condition report: black paint on the scabbard worn off in several places. Worn off places covered with brown rust. Scratches and dents. Iron parts of the hilt are covered with yellow lacquer; lacquer is worn off in several places. Scratches and dents.

Sale No 10141

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28 March 2017 20:00

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