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Says C.G Haenel suhl. Some other markings. Anyone know anything about this

It appears to be. Value?

Priceless! If that bayonet could talk, and it can, the stories it would tell!

If you had unlimited resources of time, money and energy, you could spend a lifetime, or rather, a team of lifetimes and equipped with all the wonders of current technology and forensic science, examine every crack and corner, every nick and scratch all mapped out in 3D detail at a microscopic level. You could track every speck of dust, every bit of pollen, every hair and fibre, every trace of organic and DNA material to uncover the course of history that imprinted itself into that object. With the stories that bayonet could tell, you could produce volumes of books enough to fill a fair corner in an empty old library somewhere, I bet.

In truth, a piece like that is priceless. Closer to the truth, on any day of the week the prices will range from as little as you are willing to take it for to as much as someone else is willing to give, most times somewhere in middle..