AUSTRIAN JAGER SOCKET BAYONET — MODEL 1854 LORENZ CARBINE, WITH SCABBARD

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Item Code: E2681

(See THE BAYONET BOOK, Watts & White, p. 13, No. 19) Sword bayonet, 27.9” length, 1.25” in width at the base. Features mid-length fuller, sharpened lower edge, double edged tip, and a helical locking slot. Numbers stamped at base—“317/ L.V”—and on socket arm—“10.536”. Medium bright blade exhibits salt and pepper patina, w/patches of light pitting. Hard leather scabbard displays moderate nicks and dings, while remaining solid. Brass throat, tip, and frog prong are all securely attached and display a dark coppery patina. Scabbard and bayonet fit snugly and smoothly. Scarce piece. Solid bayonet collectible.  [JP]

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