ITEM: B302- ( Evertz )
German KS98 Dress Bayonet
Rarity (1-10) -
Early / Mid
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ITEM: B302 This piece was
made by the seldom seen maker A.Evertz. The
stag grips are very well ridged and show no
signs of wear and are held in place with two
screw to spanner type fasteners. It has
suffered from plating loss and was obviously
a well worn item. The blade, with the
exception of the engraving is mint having
never been sharpened and displays the usual
Evertz monogram, the blade tip is also sharp
and retains full plating. Knife to scabbard
is a good fit and has approx 90-95% paint
remaining with losses to the usual places
around where the frog would have seated.
Onto the engraving :
The obverse side of the blade has 4 separate
quotes from time served in different places
and also the owners name " Franz Winkenhoff",
the inscription reads,
( 16.4.39 At Quakenbruck 2.9.39 In 7th
Division Technical Air Traffic Control. 82nd
3) 18.4.39 Jutterbog 31.6.39 7.Techn.Schule
( 18.4.39 At Juterbog 31.6.39 In 7th
Division Technical School )
4) 3.9.39 Bernburg Techn. Komp.
( 3.9.39 At Bernburg Technical Division )
The reverse side is etched simply " Leon
The inscriptions obviously detail his
initial training for Air Traffic Control and
after a little research " Quakenbruck " is
near Bramsche which was home to a field
airbase during the war, I have not
researched the owner himself, who I am sure
would not be difficult to trace!.
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