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    Lot of Assorted Edged Weapons. Comprising: (1) British P1888 bayonet, scabbard, frog and belt ensemble. (2) Late 19th century European bayonet and scabbard. 3) M98 WWII era German bayonet. (3) 20th century European fishing knife. (4) Unidentified dagger. (5) Another German M98-type bayonet. (6) Late 19th century belt, frog and scabbard for socket bayonet. (7) U.S. M5 bayonet and scabbard. (8) U.S. M4 bayonet. (9) Marbles hunting knife in UMC-marked leather scabbard.
    Condition: All good with wear, sharpening marks and age patina.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2011
    21st Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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