German WWII bayonet code “S/244.G” with matching S/N blade & scabbard and early 1938 frog. The blade measures 9 - 7/8 inches and has been sharpened. The blade is marked with manufactures’ code “S/244.G” and s/n “2859”. One of the wood handles is also lightly marked with the S/N “2859” as shown in the photo. The latch for attachment to the K98 rifle functions freely with strong spring tension. There are two faint inspector’s acceptance stamps on the butt end of the handle. The scabbard is also marked code “S/244.G” and s/n “2859”. The scabbard is in good condition, there are several very, very small dents on the inner side of the scabbard which do not interfere with the installation or removal of the blade, which installs and removes with the normal drag. The early frog is in excellent condition, with original stitching and aluminum rivets & washers. It has been on this scabbard for many years. The frog is stamped in the leather on the back with the manufactures name GEBRUNDER KLM (???) DRESDEN 1938” Also underneath with what appears to be “PBA(S) 1938” which is probably the inspector code and acceptance date. No reserve. Email me if you need more information, I’ll be glad to answer your questions. Bidders must be 21 years old and obey all local laws.
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