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Old 08-12-2019, 07:44 PM   #1
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Guy's need help with this bayonet. Looks similar to French type, but what is throwing me is the pommel, it is at an angle instead of straight across?

Blade is German made and marked GBR Weyersberg Solingen, not sure on the first 3 letters.

One side of crossgaurd is marked 60663

other side is marked 57B 452

end cap on scabbard or ball on end is marked 2R 48

any help would be appreciated.

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Danish M1867 Yataghan Bayonet for Remington 1867 rifle. Looks to be in great shape and with original (but maybe not matching) scabbard. The numbers on crossguard, serial number and what could be the battalion number (57B 245) 57th battalion. Not positive on that though. On the finial (ball on end of scabbard) are you sure it is an R that is after the 2 (2R) and not a B. If a B it would be for the 2nd battalion (2B), not sure if they put regiment designations . I am no expert on these bayonets, just figured I would let you know what I do know as no one else was.
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Thank you so much for the help!

it is appreciated.

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