A nice example here. The blade is clean and has the national coat of arms ground off as most of these do when they were declared obsolete. Correctly maker marked the blade is NM. The scabbard is blued and shows normal period wear. It is dent free. The hilt is steel with two riveted ribbed white metal grip plates and a forward facing quillion. The whole hilt is correctly and profusely proof marked. The button works well. See page 18-19 of “An Illustrated History Bayonets” by Martin J. Brayley.
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