You are considering a Chilean M1895 Knife Bayonet & Scabbard for the 7mm M1895 Mauser Rifle. Produced from 1895 to 1901 by Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co. in Solingen Germany, the M1895 bayonet features a 10-inch length blade, contoured wood panel grips, a straight crosspiece, and birds head pommel. It has an overall length of 14.75 inches and a muzzle ring diameter of .610 inches. This example features the Chilean crest and intertwined circles on the right side ricasso. These intertwined circles are the trademark for the famous steelworks, Krupp, who supplied the blade steel. The crosspiece shows the serial no. F4672 and G451 on the scabbard. Considering the age of this set, it’s in Very Good condition; it shows extensive even wear and age throughout. The metalwork shows a gray/brown patina and typical surface pitting and marks. The blade is Excellent; it has not been sharpened and shows no significant damage. The wood panel grips show a heavy patina from age and grease, with typical divots and drag marks throughout. The grips and the pommel have been labeled with what looks like some type of rack number; “73.” The scabbard also shows a heavy gray/brown patina, scratches, and a couple of dents. The larger of the two dents give a minor amount of resistance when inserting the blade. Order this rare set today for your Mauser collection.
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