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EGYPTIAN BLACK BAYONET MAADI export for CROATIA 7.62x39

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New Zealanders practising assault with the bayonet, Infantry Training Depot, Maadi

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New Zealanders practising assault with the bayonet, Infantry Training Depot, Maadi
Date
1 Feb 1942
Ref
DA-02369B-F
Description

General view of NZ troops practising assault with the bayonet at the NZ Infantry Training Depot at Maadi Camp, Egypt, during World War II. Taken on 1 February 1942 by an official photographer.

Quantity: 1 b&w original negative(s).

Physical Description: Cellulosic film negative

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New Zealand. Department of Internal Affairs. War History Branch :Photographs relating to World War 1914-1918, World War 1939-1945, occupation of Japan, Korean War, and Malayan Emergency / World War 1939-1945 official negatives - DA Series
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1 b&w original negative(s), Negatives, Cellulosic film negative, Orientation: Horizontal image
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It's pretty easy to identify them, actually.  Naturally, a disreputable seller could add either the real, green-colored thick wrist strap the Maadi bayonet has or an East German one that's been dyed green.  Additionally, they could also add the insulator from a Romanian bayonet's scabbard.

Bayonet
The common Maadi bayonets have a black or brown handle.  Obviously the brown handle would be the key identifier for an original.  And the closest "clone" bayonets for the black version would be a Yugoslavian or East German black handle Type II style bayonet.  But the Yugoslavian black bayonet will have a set of deep factory numbers along the handle - usually 7 or 8 numbers.  The East German black bayonet handle will normally have some factory stamps on the metal parts (a "K" in a circle) and some electro-penciled numbers on it.

Scabbard
One could use a Romanian, Hungarian, or East German Type I-style scabbard but they also have their own individual tell-tell signs.  The Romanian being that it usually has a two or three-letter prefix etched on the lower part of it followed by a series of numbers and it usually has a phosphate/parkerized type finish on it.  The Hungarian scabbard is very well-made and nicely finished so that would be a tip-off.  The East German scabbard will, again, have etched numbers and/or the usual factory stamps.  Generally, all these scabbards will be much better made than the Maadi bayonet's scabbard.

Maadi Bayonet/Scabbard
But probably the best way to tell the Maadi bayonet's authenticity is its overall condition.  They're quite crudely put together.  Often you can see the "glue" between parts and overall it looks very low quality as does its scabbard.  The scabbard usually has a set of numbers, either Western Arabic numbers (1,2,3,4,..) or Middle-Eastern numbers.  Here's some photos showing a black Maadi bayonet with Middle-Eastern numbers on the scabbard and a brown Maadi bayonet showing Western Arabic numbers on the scabbard - note the crudeness of the bayonets:





For more information about them, check this site out created by a fellow forum member:

www.ak47bayonets.com/

And specifically on the Maadi bayonets:

www.ak47bayonets.com/AK47_Bayonet_Egypt.php

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