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I found these in a chest by the garbage with a ton of books and ties, clothes and what not. Some of these books date back to 1944, within the time of world war 2. I'm no expert, just wondering if anyone can fill me in on what they are or worth, numbers on the back of the bayonets look serial.

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Welcome. We'd love to see what you've found, tell you both what they are, and what they're worth. I did leave a box of stuff in New York last time I was there so first dibs.

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I for one, think the stuff is worth thousands and thousands at least :)

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