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WW2 POLICE OFFICER'S PARADE BAYONET (POLIZEI SEITENGEWEHR) WITH FROG AND PORTAPEE. Ornate nickel plated eagle head pommel and oak leaves designed cross guard. Non affix able bayonet (no slot or press button). Stag horn grip with a nickel plated eagle/swastika within an oak leaves wreath affixed to the front grip. A small area of plating damage/wear to the blackstrap at the rear of the eagle's head. Police property mark and weapon number stamped into the reverse cross guard, "PHD 576" Matching markings stamped to the reverse of the upper scabbard mount. The blade's spine also has a police property mark stamped into it. The 33cms long blade is in VGC. To the reverse ricasso is the maker "CARL EICKHORN SOLINGEN" with the company logo. The black leather scabbard has nickel plated fittings, leather and plating still in VGC. Brown leather frog also in VGC. The reverse of the frog is dated "1937" with the manufacturer's name and location and also presumably the original owner's initials "GWL". Municipal Protection Police officer's potepee attached to the frog. The aluminium thread on the black leather strap has a short section of wear situated behind the bayonet grip and is not very noticeable. A nice example, complete and ready for display. Grade II