This World War II German manufactured Mauser K98k dress bayonet measures 12 3/8" long overall with a 7 1/2" long blade, hooked guard, checkered black synthetic grip panels and a bird's head shaped pommel. The right side of the blade has an ovel manufacturers stamping which reads "F.W. Holler / Solingen". The grip panels rate excellent and the blade is near excellent with light wear. The guard and metal portion of the handle rates good with spots of oxidation causing the chrome finish to blister. The locking button is stuck. Included with the bayonet is the scabbard and black leather frog. Both of which are in good condition at best with a brown patina, rust specks and traces of original black paint to the scabbard and a split at the top of the belt loop to the leather frog. A common bayonet by an uncommonly encountered maker.