Very Rare WWII Polish M1930 Bayonet & Scabbard

Very Rare WWII Polish M1930 Bayonet & Scabbard

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This is a very rare pre invasion Polish M1930 bayonet with correct steel scabbard. These rare bayonets date to between 1919 to 1939 when Poland existed after the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919. It was made at PERKUN, the second biggest manufacturing arsenal after Radom. This very rare example is fitted with a muzzle ring, that was later omitted from the design. The blade is stamped PERKUN along with the Polish double headed eagle proof mark and the letters W.P. (Wojsko Polskie = Polish Army). The scabbard is an original and the correct type for this bayonet and still bears remnants of the original military green paint. The bayonet fits the Polish Mauser M1898 rifle and the carbine PFK wz. 1929.

Clearly the blade has been shortened, however due to the extensive wear and overall condition this modification was done during its wartime service. Although Poland was quickly overwhelmed by the invading Nazi and Russian forces in 1939, the Polish resistance and partisan forces continued fighting throughout occupation using all manor of weaponry. M1930 bayonets that were captured by the Germans had the muzzle ring removed and Russian captured examples bear their ownership marks. This example has neither. 


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Product Code: 1PU94

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