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ITEM: C112 This fire
mans dress bayonet by Puma may have been
cleaned and spruced up but skillfully done
and hard to tell exactly what has been
restored. The scabbard looks like a re-paint
and possibly a light abrasive has been used
on the blade although the plating is
excellent. The blade bears the Puma stamped
trademark and is clearly evident and the
blade tip is perfect. The hilt plating is
good with some edge knocks to the spline
affecting both the edge of the grip plates
and the metallic area of the backstrap. The
un-slotted pommel is good, as are the grip
plates and the tar based mid period frog.
A nice looking piece and priced accordingly.
PRICE: Ł140.00 PLEASE NOTE:
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hand. Our assessments are based on VERY high
quality images only prior to listing and we
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