Matching K98 in rough condition but priced accordingly. Handle is complete and unbroken but well worn as per photos. Bottom part of the blade is very nice but shows watermarks towards the end and is a tiny bit rough on the spine towards the tip and tip is a tiny bit blunted. I imagine the watermarks could clean up pretty well and there are no nicks. The shape of the scabbard is basically OK with a very subtle impression towards the tip, but the surface is well worn. The frog is tough but the leather is untorn. Some stitching is undone on the sides. Most of the maker mark is worn off but the ghost is shown in attached images. Spine is dated 1940. Well worn but complete, matching example with early war quality.