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    New acquisition - M1905 w/M1910 scabbard

    I've found info in several places. I have not found much on that style of scabbard. Any additional info ya'll can throw at me will be appreciated.
    What are these valued at? The condition, I would call excellent. Canvas is all in great shape. Still has the packing grease on the blade.
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    Nice! I got no idea on value but I'd pay $50 for it! Seriously it looks like those 250-300 dollar collectibles to me but again I don't know.
    It always looks darkest.....just before it goes totally black.
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    the price tag would be closer to the 600-800 dollar range, great find Semper fi

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    A buddy was given the bayonet by the family of the guy it was issued to. He was in need of cash and offered it to me. I figured it to be in the $400 to $600 range. I told him what I thought it was worth but all I could do was $200. He said "Deal", so I now have a nice bayonet in need of a rifle.
    Being the date of 1919, What was the rifle it originally was meant for? 1903A3 seems to be what I came up with.
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    A bottem end price is around $325.00-$400.00, although many ask more and yours looks very nice. Rock Island Arsenal (RIA). CMP was selling them recently for around $250.00-$275.00 another
    $75.00 for so for the scabbard. I would love to have it for my 1903 Springfield or one of my M-1 Garands. Again, very nice!
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    Is this the same one that would have went on a Winchester 97 trenchgun?

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    Shooting monkey the 1917 enfield was used on the trenchguns

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    Very nice indeed!!!
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