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Turkish Bayonet Values

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Turkish Bayonet Values

#1 Post by ffuries » Wed Jul 19, 2017 3:56 pm

Is there any difference in value between Turkish M35 styled bayonets? I have one that is devoid of the typical ASFA stamping. All it has is a serial number on the cross guard. So from what I've have managed to find so far it means it was supposedly converted prior to 1929, as bayonets converted in 1929 and later have tbe ASFA marking.

Or is a Turked a Turked no matter what and worth the same?
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Re: Turkish Bayonet Values

#2 Post by marysdad » Mon Jul 24, 2017 1:49 am

Values don"t vary much on the many variations of the m1935.
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Re: Turkish Bayonet Values

#3 Post by toot » Sun Aug 20, 2017 10:19 am

i for one think they are an often over looked item in collecting.

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