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Marked 43 crs indicating production in 1943 by Paul Weyersberg & Co. (The Paul Weyersberg & Co. Waffenfabrik company was founded in 1840. It registered with the Solingen chamber of commerce on February 1, 1921. Weyersberg manufactured: cutlery, knives and swords. Between the two world wars they continued to manufacture edged weapons. Come the Third Reich era, Weyersberg became one of the largest suppliers of edged weapons in Germany). The blade is in excellent condition marked ’43 crs’ to one side and with serial number ‘2057’ to the other. The plastic grooved grips are held with two pins and are virtually unmarked. The spring catch works as it should and the metalwork is in good condition. The earlier dated (1942) scabbard has a small side ding but is otherwise in good condition. It is marked serial No 5921. See page 133 No 296 of the bayonet book by White & Watts. The price for this pair includes UK delivery. BAYO 336.