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German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard  **SOLD**
German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard  **SOLD** German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard  **SOLD** German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard  **SOLD** German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard  **SOLD**

German S1898/05 n/A 'Butcher' bayonet and scabbard **SOLD**

This is the infamous 'Butcher' bayonet as used by the front-line troops of the German Army during WW1. Full designation for this bayonet is S (Seitengewehr meaning side-arm) 1898/05 n/A. 1898 being the year of introduction of the basic bayonet and 1905 the year of modification to that current form. n/A stands for 'neuer Art', meaning 'new type' or 2nd type, due to reduced muzzle ears and flashguard above the grips. Production of this n/A bayonet ran from 1915 to 1917 only. This particular example is in very good condition, with excellent edge and point, and only minimal marking on the steel. No rust to crossguard or pommel, and very good wooden grips. Made by and marked Frister & Rossman, Berlin, on one side of the ricasso, and stamped with the 'twins' symbol for J.A. Henkels of Solingen, who were the retailers, on the other side. The spine is not dated, as is normal with this maker, only Imperial inspection marked. The scabbard is complete and undamaged with no dents, also inspection marked on the lip. A very desirable WW1 bayonet in lovely condition, made by a less common maker.

Our Price: £150.00


Our Price: £150.00


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