German Dress Bayonets & Axes

The Germans had dress bayonets for everyone. Fire, police, Wehrmacht and others. All ranks could have one, so they are very common and very affordable. There are some rare variations and presentation blades however. Generally speaking, the bayonets were not elaborated with German Eagles or Swastikas except on the blades of presentation pieces. They were mounted to the mans belt with a vertical hanger called a "Frog". They also had a unit specific "Trodel" or knot in most cases, although most are lacking this piece.

Dress axes were for the Fire Depts. They could be simple plain heads for parades or fancy deluxe presentation pieces for events, retirements or commemorations.

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