'S' Lion '1' = Czech acceptance mark 1919-22, with Military District numbers (1 Praha, 2 Plzen, 3 Litomerice, 4 Hradec Kralove, 5 Ceske Budejovice, 6 Brno, 7 Olomouc, 8 Opava, 9 Bratislava, 10 Banska Bystrica, 11 Kosice, 12 Uzhorod. One Headed Eagle = Austrian First Republic ammo (Munitionsfabrik Wollersdorf) 1919-1934 Bayonets from Selected Countries of the World updated March 4, 2008: Help us keep this Identification Service alive. the last number group is the Weapon Number, 258 means Weapon Number 258 ABT = Abteilung The letters in the middle are Unit Name abbreviations, LR means Landwehr Regiment 'RKM' = Reishs-KriegsMinisterium (after 1911) MA = Militaraeronautische Anstalt 'LM&Co' - Ludwig Mandl & Co, Wien LGKT = Landes Gendarmerie Kommando Tirol = Powder type made by German powder maker RWS in Rottweil BB = Brückenbataillon 'CISA' = Chief Inspector os Small Arms (Brit) ID = Infanterie Division (note the difference from the next one) 'MA' = Magyar Acélárugyár Rt, Hungary, edged weapons ZWdf = ArtillerieZeugsdepot Wollersdorf 'SK' = Seraphim Keller & Co, Hirtenberg 'St.83' = Accepted in Steyr for Austria, on barrel shank, two digits of the year 1883. The scabbard appears to be reblued as some pitting is blued. 'B' = Cyrillic V (Vojno = Military) Yugoslavian Kragujevac (and other) Armory mark - On M95M rifles GR = Grenz-Infanterie Regiment HHR = Honvéd Huszárezred Regiment LFR = Landsturmfeldhaubitzen Regiment JBE = Jager Bataillon Erganzungs-Kompanie Kadre Used 1867-1885 (updates needed) FR = Fahrradregiment (Bicycle Unit) KSCHR = Kaiserschützenregiment Arb D = Arbeitsdetachement der Festungsartillerie im AZD Wollerdorf Reichert Wien' = Optische Werke C. Reichert, Wien, Austria, optics including scopes 'G&R' = Greger & J Rosam, Vienna ammo mfg FK = Feldkanonenregiment (Field Artillery) L.St.B = Landstrum (Ready Reserve) Bataillon, on Werndl M67 'Ujítotthüvely' = Reloaded casing (Hungarian) ZW = ArtillerieZeugsdepot (maybe Wollersdorf?) the lower bayonet on flag have a yugo frog. ZKom = ArtillerieZeugsdepot Komárom 'S.W.' 'BT3' cyrillic for VTZ = Vojno Tehnicki Zavod (Military Technical Factory), in Kragujevac, Serbia This example still has the short tang, but incorporates the lower crossguard extension. 'W. Later production featured a full-length tang that extended rearward to protect the grip scales. 'B' under crown = House of Liege Belgian proof mark (Belgian made weapons) 'KIA' = Kirkee Arsenal, India. Known Unit Name abbreviations (please, submit additional ones): [no unit name, just #] = Infanterie Regiment ZGf = ZGfv = ArtillerieZeugsdepot Gyulafehérvár FA = Festungsartillerie (Fortress Artillery) Bechman, Wien, Austria This is an example of the earliest type, with wooden grips, short tang, and no lower crosspiece extension. With the tang running full-length, the grip halves could no longer be epoxied together as had been done with the short tang bayonets. 'ES Jung' = E.S. 'FK' = Fridolin Keller, Hirtenberg JR = Infanterie (Feldjaeger) Regiment 'Vashüvely' = Steel casing (Hungarian) ", "1967". H = Husarenregiment (The 13th was in Budapest, Hungary) Bear standing on 4 legs = Berndorfer Maschinen Fabrik, Austria, [/QUOTE]Thanks for the tip, can't have a yugo on a dot. X [crossed cannons, underscored unit #] = Feldhaubitsregiment German Eagle = Austrian 8x56R ammo from 1938-45, 'Éles Töltény' = Live Ammunition (Hungarian) Herder' = Friedrich Herder Abr Sohn, Solingen, Germany, edged weapons 'Hv [eagle] 32' = Heeresverwaltung (Army Administration), Austrian Army acceptance proof mark 1929-38 Picture ELV = unknown unit, possibly Eisenbahn (Train-mounted Unit) 'S-Patronen' = Spitze Cartridge (Austrian) FSAR = Festungsartillerieregiment GJK = Grenzjägerkompagnie BKFK = Brigadekraftfahrkompanie ZB = ArtillerieZeugsdepot Budapest Unusual variant using only epoxy to secure the composition grip scales. The lower crossguard extension was adopted ca. 'GB' - Gebruder Bohler, on helmets Man with bow & arrow = Joachim Winternitz, Independent bayonet maker in Steyr, Austria