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A nice clean matching bayonet from 1940 by
Euf Horster. The blade has lost the majority
of its blueing but the hilt fittings and
scabbard have survived relatively intact.
The dark grip plates are in good order and
the obverse grip plate has a very unusual
tortoiseshell effect with a lighter brown
swirl pattern probably caused by a poor mix
in the Bakelite moulding process. It is a
nice touch and sets this bayonet apart from
the standard run of the mill K98 Combat
bayonet. The spline of the blade is dated 40
as is the scabbard shell and both pieces
clearly marked Horster and 2106m.
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