This is a sword/knife bayonet manufactured from the period of 1905 to about 1918. They were in service through WWII. They are well made, typical of German weapons of the times.
There are a number of variations, including: sawback, sawback removed, shortened, with/without flashguard, high/low "muzzle-ring" ears, etc. Well-made, single-edged swell-tip steel blade, wooden grips. Designed to fit the 1898 German Mauser Carbines and Rifles. All-metal "blued" scabbard or black-leather with steel throat and drag.
Grips are field replamencents.
Chromed dress bayonet. Unfortunately sharpened, guard damaged and shortened.
Frister & Rossmann, Berlin
Deutsche Maschinefabrik A G,Duisburg
Waffenfabrik Mauser A.G. Oberndorf
Neatly shortened 98/05 in shortened scabbard. Blade length is same as in 84/98 bayonets.