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Here's a small glimpse of my collection, the rest is boxed away. I change the display about every 6 months. :)

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Nice collection Leon :thumbsup: I see you have a couple of books there that I read years ago and were very good if I remember correctly, Sealion and SS-GB.

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good stuff, what maker is the bayonet?

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Thanks Guys..........Have'nt read SS-GB yet, Sealion was very good..............The bayonet is marked....C L C 1942.

The Scabbard is by E.U.F. Horster 1938..........Both are waffen amp stamped as well.

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awesome collection all you need now is a luger lol

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Thanks Broom glad you like the display, not sure about a luger. I did have the chance to buy a Mauser Kar 98k Carbine Rifle that the bayonet Ive got was with. But it was to big an item to display at the time, so I just bought the bayonet. :)

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That's Great, CLC is the code for Richard A. Herder, Soligen they also used S/239 and produced 1934-1944

 

EUF Horster is quite common, they produced 1934-1944 and are also marked asw or S/155

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Thanks Greg. :thumbsup:

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Great collection Leon :)

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Thanks R A F. :thumbsup:

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Nice headdress. All original pieces? You should keep the cap under glass and on a model head, moths are a constant danger.
The bayonet frog as far as I can see, looks like a pre-war Austrian type. However, after March 1938 full use was made of Austrian uniforms and equipment, as the Austrian army was incorporated into the Wehrmacht, so these were worn for a while.

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