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    Posted: November 25 2017 at 5:16pm
Hey,

I have a chrome plated number four spike bayonet scabbard that I might be willing to trade off.

Anyone have an interest?
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I would be if...I HAD THAT #4 I BEEN DREAMING OF!!

I have a beautiful white leather parade sling & a chromed magazine for my Vimy Vet, that I only use now for Legion parades.

Post a pic..it would be cool to eyeball
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I have one of the chrome scabbards too; with a very clean spike bayonet. I was wondering if the chroming would be done after the end of WWII.
There not being much to parade about during the conflict!
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i suspect there , much like here , there was always a compliment of parade items for those solomn occassions , military funerals , government ceremony , a bit of royal pomp and circumstance maybe ? 

i have noticed ours at state funerals , i distinctly remember the glint at kennedys funeral , 

i had a few in my accumulation years ago , mostly US back then - M1905 and later shortened versions , actually had the spike and scabbard , 
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