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Details of what it was found on and where it was stamped would help. I do not recall seeing a "Starburst C mark" I have observed sunburst K, S, B, D, and L (Weimar Lugers, page 2). These are Weimar-Early Nazi marks. Also, Eagle: K, F, C, and L stamps were used during the Nazi Era (Third Reich Lugers, page 1).
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While I am asking about the Sunburst C mark now on a bayonet, I remember seeing it about 15 years ago on a 1920's era police Luger that turned up locally. It seems that pistol ended up belonging to Jim Cate. Where it went from there I don't know, but I thought it was an unusual police proof at the time. I wondered about it then and since I've turned up this combat police bayonet I wonder again. Has anyone seen this proof before anywhere?
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