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  • German soldiers K98 bayonet with bent blade, nice solid relic condition used by soldier in SS Wiking Division from water in the area of Sochau near Furstenfeld in Austria where on 12th May 1945 the SS Wiking Division surrendered

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    This German soldiers K98 bayonet it has no remains of its wooden handles it is a nice condition relic with a very relic blade which has bent up at the end. The bayonet is in very solid condition the blade is pitted in some places deeper then in others and it is not very Sharpe and it is damaged from rust but not to bad the bayonet has no markings that can be seen it has been very well cleaned up and is perfect for display or for any collection. The bayonet was recovered from water either a lake, river or stream[the precise location is not being shared at the moment due to the request of the person who recovered the item] it is in the area of the municipality of Sochau near the town of Furstenfeld in Austria where on 12th May 1945 the German 5th SS Panzer  Division Wiking  along with the remnants of other German units surrendered to the Americans at the end of the war. If this item was used by the SS Wiking Division for 100% sure is not deferentially know because there were some other troops who were there as well shattered remnants of other units but properly more then likely about 95% that it was used by them as most of the troops there were 5th SS Panzer  Division Wiking. 

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