Sawback Bayonets?

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Scott Hearn
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Sawback Bayonets?

Post by Scott Hearn » 03 Jul 2002 01:09

Can anyone tell me anything about these bayonets and what they might be worth?
Thanks, Scott Hearn
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Post by Bret van Sant » 03 Jul 2002 03:37

SCOTT, WELCOME TO THE FORUM. '98/'05 BUTCHER BAYONETS (GERMAN) PRICE WOULD DEPEND ON THE MAKERS AND MARKINGS ON THE SPINE. THE FIRST ONE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF A 100$ OR SO. THE SECOND LOOKS TO BE IN BETTER SHAPE AND THE SCABBARD IF UNDENTED MAYBE 150$. BUYERS ON EBAN WOULD MAYBE PAY A BIT MORE IF THE LEATHER SCABBARD IS IN GOOD SHAPE ON #1. AS SAID CLOSE UPS OF THE GRIPS, MAKER MARKINGS,SCABBARDS ETC... WILL GO ALONG WAY IN GETTING DOWN TO THE PRICE. I'M LIKING THE SECOND ONE HINT, HINT :wink: I HAVE SEEN THEM AT LOCAL SHOWS FOR 45$ ALSO. BUT CONDITION WAS WAY WORSE THAN THESE.

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Post by Kim » 03 Jul 2002 07:57

KIND OF ON TOPIC. :lol: I REMEMEMBER GOING INTO GUNSHOP/JUNKSTORE IN ABOUT 1970.THERE WAS A GARBAGE CAN FULL OF SAW-BACK BAYOS,THEY WERE $3 EACH AND WAS WAY TOO SPENDY AT THE TIME FOR ME.I PRESUME THAT UNISSUED SWEDISH SAW-BACK BAYONETS FROM THE LATE 1800S IN COSMOLINE ARE WORTH MORE THAN $3 NOW? :x OH ,WELL,THE MEXICAN CAVALRY SABRES WERE $13 BUT THEY WERE USED. GLAD I DIDN'T WASTE MY MONEY ON THEM :oops: CHEERS,KIM

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Post by Bret van Sant » 03 Jul 2002 20:21

OH THE ENVY !

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