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Thank you, Wotan. I am liking this etch more and more.

As I said above, I did find a reference of a sale item, a photo album for Unterstab I, AR 33. I also saw references to Unterstab in some articles on very early 1900s military formations.

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Here is a 1681 pattern honour bayonet. It has the rarely found double oval serrated tail with no CE maker mark and is known to us with a presentation etch in the catalogue and in Wayne's book.

However, this example has a beautiful plain blade with the engraved pommel and crossguards.

John

Obverse.JPG (42.39 KB, 268 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (41.76 KB, 268 downloads)
TM dbl serr No CE.JPG (40.69 KB, 267 downloads)
Obverse Grip.JPG (42.48 KB, 266 downloads)
Reverse Grip.JPG (43.15 KB, 268 downloads)
Obverse Pommel.JPG (48.55 KB, 267 downloads)
Obverse Crossguard.JPG (46.35 KB, 266 downloads)
Pommel Front Side.JPG (47.61 KB, 266 downloads)
Pommel Top.JPG (43.38 KB, 267 downloads)

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As usual, John, you come with some very cool and desirable items.

Thanks for posting.

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Beautiful piece

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hi john z
the last dress bayonet you call honor bayonet thats a killer piece and reminds me of the one i found for a dear friend of mine same oak leafed pomel and cross guard had the hj diamond in the handle i think that bayonet was called the hitler youth leaders honor dress bayonet not sure if it was Eickhorn or what maker it was but the workmanship was surperb and i never seen another one and thats atleast twenty five years ago john both of these bayonets are certainly the cats meow and scarce as hens teeth and hens dont have any teeth god bless thanks for showing these rare to find bayonets keep up the great work god bless andy militarynut

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Thanks guys.

I call it an honour bayonet since that is the description in the Eickhorn catalogue, 'Ehrenseitengewehr'.


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Those "Ehrenseitengewehre" are very rare and do "normally" come with stag grips. Such one with the black backelite grips now must be at least 10-50 times more rare than the "normal" variant. Never have seen one before. Nice!

@Militarynut: These socalled and very rare "HYouth leader honor dress bajonets" (up to now we collectors do not know what they really were) with the pommel ETCHINGS - NO engraving like the bayonet shown here (etchings in three variants) are a total other kind of edged weapon. These do not have the groove for rifle mounting real bayonets do have and their origin has been trench knives. Contrary to these (real) bayonets shown here.

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I have already shown you pictures of my bicycle battalion etched bayonet (Radfahr Batt. 1 Tilsit) and, thanks to a tip from Mat J on this very forum, I managed to get this small photograph of a bicycle troop dated 1940 (I think). I found it on fleabay and it really goes well with the bayonet.

Enjoy,

John

Obverse Etch and Photo.JPG (35.99 KB, 167 downloads)
Reverse Etch and Photo.JPG (33.65 KB, 167 downloads)
Obverse Photo Closeup.JPG (40.7 KB, 168 downloads)
Reverse Photo Closeup.JPG (36.62 KB, 168 downloads)
Photo.JPG (41.21 KB, 169 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (35.09 KB, 167 downloads)
Reverse Bottom.JPG (34.95 KB, 168 downloads)
Reverse Photo Closeup.JPG (36.62 KB, 168 downloads)

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John, this is exactly how I hoped it would turn out. This looks absolutely great. I'm glad you picked this up!! Just high class all the way my friend.

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Just arrived is this short blade, double etched artillery bayonet.

The obverse sports the 3221 artillery etch with cannon at the front. The reverse sports the rare horse drawn artillery pattern 3228.

Great to have added to my collection,

John

Obverse.JPG (31.08 KB, 114 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (31.41 KB, 114 downloads)
TM.JPG (43.09 KB, 114 downloads)
Obverse Etch.JPG (34.44 KB, 114 downloads)
Obverse Etch Front 3221 art.JPG (39.08 KB, 114 downloads)
Obverse Etch Mid.JPG (35.61 KB, 114 downloads)
Obverse Etch Rear.JPG (33.76 KB, 114 downloads)
Reverse Etch 3228 horse art.JPG (34.39 KB, 114 downloads)
Reverse Etch Front.JPG (36 KB, 113 downloads)
Reverse Etch Rear.JPG (35.16 KB, 113 downloads)

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I have been looking for an artillery pommel etch for quite a while. I was happy to find this and it also has the artillery cannon 3221 blade etch as a bonus!

This has a short single etched blade.

Enjoy.

Obverse.JPG (34.33 KB, 143 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (30.79 KB, 143 downloads)
TM.JPG (44.86 KB, 144 downloads)
Pommel Etch Artillery.JPG (42.01 KB, 144 downloads)
Obverse Etch 3221.JPG (36.64 KB, 144 downloads)
Obverse Etch Front.JPG (45.1 KB, 144 downloads)
Obverse Etch Mid.JPG (45.85 KB, 143 downloads)
Obverse Etch Rear.JPG (36.78 KB, 144 downloads)

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Once again, you have found a beauty.
That pommel is super.
Congrats
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Agree! How he gets this stuff is beyond me but he sure hits the bulls eye.

And his photography is great!

Dave

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Thanks, guys.

I owe much of what I find to my many friends here on GDC and in the collecting community. Many eyes out there helping me out over the years.

I think that I got the tip on camera here on GDC, a Sony Mavica. Old technology, but it takes really good closeups and produces images less than 50KB so they can be posted on any website and look fine on most computer screens.

Stay safe,

John


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Here is a gulls pommel etch (not shown in the catalogue) on a long single etch blade with the Luft eagle blade etch.

Obverse.JPG (31.3 KB, 127 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (30.76 KB, 127 downloads)
TM.JPG (36.52 KB, 127 downloads)
Obverse Hilt.JPG (33.81 KB, 127 downloads)
Pommel Etch Gulls.JPG (33.14 KB, 127 downloads)
Obverse Etch.JPG (35.03 KB, 127 downloads)
Obverse Etch Front Luft Eagle.JPG (34.47 KB, 127 downloads)
Obverse Etch Mid.JPG (34.62 KB, 127 downloads)
Obverse Etch Rear.JPG (33 KB, 126 downloads)

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And, this is a gulls pommel etch on a short single etched blade with the gulls luftwaffe motif.

There are some hilt issues, especially around plating lift, but, what the heck, the etches, pommel and blade combination make this a worthwhile addition to the Great White North collection.

J

Obverse.JPG (32.1 KB, 127 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (31.61 KB, 127 downloads)
TM.JPG (33.36 KB, 128 downloads)
Obverse Hilt.JPG (35.41 KB, 128 downloads)
Pommel Etch Gulls.JPG (34.58 KB, 128 downloads)
Obverse Etch Gulls.JPG (34.89 KB, 128 downloads)
Obverse Etch Front Gulls.JPG (44.48 KB, 128 downloads)
Obverse Etch Mid.JPG (42.92 KB, 128 downloads)
Obverse Etch Rear.JPG (36.56 KB, 128 downloads)

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I now own 6 pommel etched Eickhorn bayonets:

- the artillery etch on a 3221 artillery blade etch short
- the eagle pommel etch on a plain short
- the crossed rifle infantry etch on a 3220 infantry blade etch long
- gulls luft pommel etch on a luft eagle blade etch long
- gulls luft pommel etch on a plain blade short stag grips
- gulls luft pommel etch on a luft gulls blade etch short

In the hunt for the airplane luft, the flak gun and the panzer pommel etches.

John

Pommel Etch Artillery.JPG (42.01 KB, 126 downloads)
Obverse Pommel.JPG (34.96 KB, 127 downloads)
Pommel Etch.JPG (37.19 KB, 126 downloads)
Pommel Etch Gulls.JPG (33.14 KB, 126 downloads)
Pommel Etch Luft Gulls.JPG (32.72 KB, 127 downloads)
Pommel Etch Gulls.JPG (34.58 KB, 127 downloads)

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John,
Very nice and incredible Eickhorn's baios collection..
I have an Honour baio with some differences :
- the grip is fitted with bakelite grip plates.
- the blade is plain.
- and the squirell is the late one which is "looking over the shoulder"..

I'm also aware of a "classic" honour bayonet IE with horn grip plates and etched blade with a dedication of the 5th Police unit in München, and of course the "Anton Schweyer München" engraving on the spine.
As I have difficulties to attach pics, I can be reached on my e-mail : pat_bordes@yahoo.fr to send them to You directly if You desire
Regards,
Patrick BORDES
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Patrick:

I have a plain bladed, bakelite grips with a double oval serrated tail squirrel maker mark on an honour bayonet.

Obverse Plain.JPG (30.58 KB, 100 downloads)
Reverse.JPG (30.74 KB, 99 downloads)
TM dbl serr No CE.JPG (29.85 KB, 100 downloads)
Obverse Grip.JPG (32.64 KB, 99 downloads)
Obverse Pommel.JPG (41.34 KB, 99 downloads)
Pommel Front Side.JPG (40.85 KB, 99 downloads)
Obverse Crossguard.JPG (39.88 KB, 101 downloads)
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Hi John,
LOL it's the contrary that would have been surprising..
MY plain bladed baio is not as nice as Yours, and no comlete but it bears the late Eickhorn trade mark..

You have an incredible collection, certaintly the biggest one in the wrld..Congrats for sharing Your treasures..
have a nice day,
Regrads,

Patrick
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A fantastic older thread, well worth reviewing.

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Hello all ,

Happy to show you this "Pionner" Regiment N° 24 = Dual etched =


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Seppi,

We ask members to post pictures directly on GDC so they don't get lost when the link dies.

Please do this.

Thanks,
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Hello Dave and sorry but I don't know how open a link .... shame to me .

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Long dress *Infanterie Regiment N° 24 =

Hello all , here are the expected pictures

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Hello again ,

just to add in the tittle that I show not only a long dress bajonet *Infanterie Regiment N° 24* but a *Pionner* rare version 😊 .

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Thanks, Seppi,

Show us more !

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Thanks Dave ,

and at "the general request" 😉

[Linked Image from imagizer.imageshack.com]
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[Linked Image from imagizer.imageshack.com]

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Hello ,

just a comment to the reverse blade side we can read , in spite of carbon stains , "Braunsberg (OstPr.)" the location of the 24. Regiment .

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