4 M1 rifle bayonets, same type as used in World War Two and Korea. These bayonets were issued to the Greek army, however their actual origin is in doubt. One theory is they were made in Germany by E&F Horster another is that they were manufactured in the 1950s by one of the contractors that produced them during World War II. In any event they are exactly the same as the original US-made M1 bayonet and all parts interchange. These bayonets appear to be arsenal reconditioned with new grips and refinished blades. Some finish wear is present on the tips of the blades.