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eMedals-Germany, Heer. A Dress Bayonet by Ernst Pack & Söhne

Item: G45274

Germany, Heer. A Dress Bayonet by Ernst Pack & Söhne

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Germany, Heer. A Dress Bayonet by Ernst Pack & Söhne

(Heer Bajonett). An extremely well-preserved Heer dress bayonet, measuring 495 mm in length when inserted into the scabbard. The bayonet features a 250 mm-long nickel-plated magnetic metal blade with a sharpened tip and unsharpened edges. Each side has a fuller, while the reverse ricasso is maker marked “E. PACK & SÖHNE, SOLINGEN” and “SIEGFRIED WAFFEN”, along with the firm’s logo of a blacksmith wielding a hammer, indicating that this is a late-production piece. The blade sits securely within the nickel-plated upper crossguard, itself featuring hooked quillons, with the seam covered by a blackened leather washer. The crossguard forms a one-piece handle, transitioning into a hooked pommel. The grip is facilitated by two pieces of pebbled black bakelite, held in place by dual magnetic metal rivets. It is accompanied by its period original scabbard, constructed of blackened magnetic metal. The shaft bears a hook for the accommodation of a frog. Its throat is held together by a single rivet, and retains a functional spring catch, securely holding the bayonet in place during storage. Minor running marks are visible on the blade, but the bayonet is otherwise free of evident faults and is in an extremely fine condition.
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