Armored Knight’s torso (WKC) stamped to ricasso. An example of this rare bayonet model is located on page 114 of German Clamshells and Other Bayonets: A Collector’s Guide, by Gary L. Walker and R.J. Weinand. Nickel silver hilt fittings show much surface wear to eagle head pommel, oak leaf embellished crossguard and clamshell with Weimar eagle motif. Light to medium brown stag horn grip plates show virtually no surface wear and only faint age with no cracks or chips and is complete with Third Reich period police grip emblem. Plated blade grades EX showing minor surface wear/runner marks and some speckling and lifting to plating. Brown leather scabbard shows wear and age to the brown leather, and two minor bulges. Unmarked frog grades EX+ and is complete with portepee. A unique and hard to find police clamshell!