Antique Lugers

DWM Model 1906 Commercial American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol

(228P)Serial #35757, 7.65 Luger Auto caliber, 4 3/4″ barrel, rust blue finish and checkered walnut grips. Produced for export to the US with blade front and “V” notch rear sights, the American Eagle on the front receiver ring, “DWM” monogram on the toggle and “GERMANY” import mark on the front of the frame. The pistol is numbered in the “commercial style” with matching external numbers “LOADED” extractor, polished lower “safe” position, early style “long” frame, a back strap grip safety and nickel magazine with the unnumbered “GERMANY” marked on the wood base. All serial numbers match.

Condition: very fine, with 85% of the original blue finish, showing the start of a brown and gray patina on the grip straps, bright edge wear and scattered handling marks, 60% original straw colors are present on the small parts with fiery niter blue in the protected areas of the pins and springs. The grips are very good with a noticeable dent on the upper right panel. This rare American Eagle is mechanically excellent with a mint bore.
$3,250.00

 

  Danish Bergmann Model 1910/21 Semi Automatic Pistol, Serial #17663, 9mm Bergman Cal., 4″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips.

(138P) This is an excellent example of a scarce late production Bergmann semi-automatic pistol as manufactured in Herstal Belgium and converted to the newer mechanish at a Danish Arsenal in 1921. The left barrel extension is marked, “ANCIENS ETABLISSEMENTS PIEPER, HERSTAL-LIEGE, BERGMANN’S PATENT,” with “BREVETE S.G.D.G.” below and “M. 1910/21” below the frame rail. The right side of the barrel has the following proofs all in a row, early Belgium Lion/PV, crown over R, star/B, Belgium Perron and Belgium ELG proof. The right side of the barrel extension also has the Belgium Lion.”V proof, star/B and Perron proofs. There is a property number or unit number (1378) on the right rear section of the frame. The serial number (17663) on the frame appears to have been restamped with the magazine serial number (17663) clearly having been restamped. Note that the frame and magazine have the same number, Fitted with smooth grips.

CONDITION: Excellent overall! The pistol retains 95% original rust blued finish with minor holster type wear. It retains the original bright “in the white” polish on the hammer, trigger, magazine release, bolt and safety lever. The grips are fine with some minor handling marks. This is a scarce, very early semi-automatic Bergmann pistol with a top value of around $4,000. Sell $3,500.00.

 

 

 

DWM Model 1906 American Eagle Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol

(215P) Serial #67179, 7.57mm Luger Auto cal, 4.4/5″ round pencil bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. Produced for export to the United States. lade front and modified “V” notch rear sight, the American Eagle on the chamber, “DWM” monogram on the toggle and “Germany” import mark on the front of the frame.  The pistol is numbered in the “commercial style” with matching external numbers and “crown/N proof stamps, fitted with niter blue and straw color small parts.  “LOADED” extractor, polished “safe” position, a back strap grip safety, checkered walnut grips and a magazine with an unmarked wood base. 

CONDITION:  Very Fine as partially refinished (strawed parts) with 95% plus of the original rust blue finish, showing some bright edge wear and scattered handling marks, 60% of the refurbishied bright straw color is present, with the remainder faded to a smooth gray.  The grips are excellent with some dark areas and mild dings.  The bore is excellent and this fine Luger is mechanically excellent as is the bore.

Sell:  $3,500.00

 

 

 

DWM Model 1906 American Eagle Fat Barrel

(214P) Serial #64287, 9mm Luger Cal., 4″ round bbl., rust blue finish, walnut checkered grips.  This is an excellent example of a rare, very late production DWM Model 1906 American Eagle Luger with the rare short fat barreled configuration in 9mm Luger.  It is estimated approximately only 3,000 in total were produced in this configuration with this example being toward the end of the normal production.  The model has the correct short style frame and upper receiver with the 4″ fat barrel with the chamber area marked with a large “American Eagle” crest and the “DWM” logo on the front toggle.  Since this is a late “fat-barreled” configuration it has the standard “Crown/N” commercial firing proofs on the barrel, breech block and left side of the barrel extension.  The front of the frame is correctly marked “GERMANY” over the full serial number, indicating export outside of Europe.  It has the matching last two digits of the serial number in the various other parts.  The pistol is fitted with a set of checkered walnut grips.  It is complete with correct magazine that has a nickel-plated body with the wooden base correctly marked “Cal 9m/m in script.  These were made for export to the United States and all have excellent fit and finish with beautiful high polished rust blue with straw colors on the smaller components.

CONDITION:   Excellent with 95%+ of the original rust blue finish overall with some oxidation visible on the side plate hump.  The smaller parts retain 98% of their restrawed colors overall.  The grips are in excellent condition with nich sharp, distinct checkering on both sides.  This rare American Eagle is in mechanically excellent condition and the bore is like new.  A truly attractive DWM Model 1906 American Eagle Luger in desirable 9mm caliber.

Sell: $4,895.00

 

 

1929 Swiss Luger

(109P) Serial #70255 in caliber 30 Luger (7.65mm Luger Auto), 4 1/2″ barrel, Black plastic checkered grips, nickel magazine, a rust blue finish.
This is an excellent Swiss Luger with the famous Swiss Cross and shield on the rear of the toggle. The name of the importer is rolled on the front of the grip and says “SWISS 1929 7.65” with “PW ARMS REDMOND WA” below. The thumb safety has an “S” engraved in the upper position with white paint still in place. The rear of the barrel breech has “70255” and a backwards “BF” inspectors mark engraved around the front rim. The matching serial number also appears on the rear of the toggle.  All parts are typically blue black with the exception of the nickel plated magazine with a brown plastic base.   The rear of the receiver has a “F+W inside of a circle”.

Condition: This Swiss Luger is in about 93% condition with some very light rust on the top rear of the toggle and the rear of the grip safety.  There is no pitting The brown plastic grips are excellent with no chips or wear marks. Some finish on the front grip is smoothed out and shows slight wear. This really nice Swiss Luger is mechanically excellent with a bright, excellent bore.

SELL:  $2,195.00

 

 

 

1929 Swiss Luger

(208P) Serial #58736, in 30 Luger caliber (7.65 Luger Auto), 4 1/2″ barrel, black plastic checkered grips, nickel plaed magazine with wood bottom, and a rust blue finish. This is another excellent Swiss Luger with the famous cross in shield on the rear of the toggle. The name of the importer is rolled on the front grip and says, “SWISS 1929 7.65”. The second line gives the address of the original importer as, “PW ARMS REDMOND WA”. All serial numbers match on the barrel breech ring, front left side of the receiver and rear top of the toggle. The “F+W in a circle” is sharply stamped on the rear of the receiver.

CONDITION: This fine Swiss Luger is in 95% condition with slight, smooth rust on the grip safety. The brown plastic grips are excellent without chips or scars The bore is bright and in excellent condition. The nickel plated magazine is excellent and a brown plastic base is also excellent without any damage. Mechanically this pistol is in excellent condition and functions like the day it was made.

SELL: $2,195.00

 

DWM 1900 Swiss Contract Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol

(101P) Serial #2884, 7.65 mm Luger caliber (30 Luger), 4 3/4″ round barrel, blue finish, walnut grips. Blade and notch sights with the “Swiss cross in sunburst” logo on the chamber and the DWM monogram on the toggle link. Small Swiss cross proofs are present on the barrel extension and rear toggle with a “+V” oval stamp on the extension, unmarked low-profile extractor and a polished lower safety position. Fitted with straw colored and nitre blued small components with matching exterior “commercial style” numbers checkered grips and a nickel finished magazine with unmarked wood base. There is a H. Luthy (Neuchate) muzzle cover. This Swiss Luger came out of the famous Ralph Shattuck collection and was one of his prized pieces.

Condition: Very fine as arsenal refurbished with 98% of the blue showing some light cycling wear on the frame, minor spotting on the grip straps and light handling marks. Grips are excellent with a few dents on the right panel and crisp checkering overall. This beautiful, rare Swiss Luger is mechanically excellent with an estimated high value of $4,500$4,200.

 

Swiss Luger #2884 2 copy Swiss Luger #2884 copy

 

DWM Model1906 American Eagle Luger Semi Automatic Pistol

(202P) Serial #37153,, 7.65mm Luger auto Caliber, 4 5/8″ round barrel, blue finish and walnut grips. Produced for export to the United States with blade front and notch rear sights, the American Eagle on the chamber, “DWM” monogram on the toggle and “GERMANY” import mark on the front of the frame. The pistol is numbered in the “commercial style” with matching external numbers, fitted with nitre blue and straw color small parts, “LOADED” extractor, polished “safe” position, a back strap grip safety, checkered walnut grips and a nickel magazine with unmarked wood base.

CONDITION: Very good with 50% of the faded thin original blue finish, a brown patina concentrated on the grip straps, bright high edge wear and scattered mild spotting. The bore is excellent. The straw colored parts have faded to a smooth gray overall with traces of the original yellow. Grips are very good with a few small dings. The magazine base has been cracked and repaired. This pistol is mechanically fine…$2,700.

American Eagle #37153 2 copy American Eagle #37153 3 copy American Eagle #37153 copy

 

 

DWM Model 1906 First Issue Navy Luger 

(203P) – Serial #4753, 9mm caliber, 6″ round barrel, blue finish and checkered walnut grips. This is an excellent restored example of an unaltered DWM model 1906 first issue Navy issue Luger pistol. These first issue pistols are very scarce as few were produced with many of them were reworked to the 2nd issue safety markings and or further reworked to a 4″ barrel configuration after WWI to comply with the Versailles Treaty. It is estimated that approximately 2,500 total commercial Lugers were actually manufactured prior to WWI. It has the characteristic six inch Navy barrel with the two position (100 and 200 meter) Navy rear sight, grip safety, stock log with the noted 1st issue “GESICHERT” safety markings in the lower position. The top of the chamber is blank and the front toggle has the correct “DWM” markings. There is a single “Crown/M” proof on the underside of the barrel with no otyher military or commercial proofs. It is correctly numbered in the commercial manner with the full serial number on the front of the frame and the underside of the barrel with the last two digits (53) stamped on the trigger, side plate, take down lever, breech block, toggle assembly and grips. It is complete with one original nickel plated commercial magazine with wooden baste that is stamped “Cal 9/mm” length wise on the base. This excellent Navy Luger came out of the famous collection of Ralph Shattuck.

CONDITION: Very fine as professionally restored with 98% of the blue finish overall with a hint of edge wear overall. The bore is bright and excellent. The various small parts retain 25% of their straw colors overall. The walnut grips are in excellent condition with nice sharp distinct checkering on both sides. A very nice looking high condition, mechanically excellent DWM model 1906 first issue Navy Luger pistol with a high collector’s value of $5,500.

$4,950.00 

 

Navy 1906 #4753 2 copy Navy 1906 #4753 3 copy Navy 1906 #4753 copy

 

DWM Luger Model 1906 American Eagle Pistol with Scarce, Ideal Combination Shoulder Stock and Holster

(204P) Serial #31924, 7.65mm Luger Auto Caliber, 4 1/2″ round barrel, rust blue finish and checkered walnut grips. This is a very nice mid-export to the United States that has been fitted with a very desirable ideal combination shoulder stock/leather holster. These early steel Luger shoulder stocks were designed and patented by the Ideal Holster Company of Los Angeles, Ca. They were expressly made for these early commercial Luger pistols as the DWM factory and not yet developed the stock lug and associated wooden shoulder stock for the back of the Luger frame. Attaching the stock to the Luger required a set of special smooth walnut grips with a steel backing plate that had cutouts to engage a set of hooks on the front end of the telescoping metal stock. There is a small button on the top of the metal frame that allows the stock to be extended an additional four inches giving it an overall length of 14 inches. The center section of the stock has a leather holster to store the pistol and the back side of the frame has a spring loaded metal belt loop. Both sides of the metal frame are marked “PATENTS PENDING”.The front toggle link is marked with the DWM logo. The left side of the barrel extension is marked with the commercial “crown over B and U” proof marks. It is serial numbered in the commercial pattern with the full number on the barrel and frame and the partial number on the underside of the barrel extension and small parts and the wood base magazine is unmarked. It has the prewar rust blued finish with the safety, trigger, takedown lever and ejector having a straw color. This rare Luger is out of the famous Ralph Shattuck collection.

CONDITION: Very fine with 80% plus of the faded original rust blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear with more blue loss on the muzzle area, the front of the frame rails and the side plate hump. The bore is lightly pitted the entire length, but the rifling still strong. The various small parts retain 40% of their original straw colors overall. The smooth walnut grips show wear and handling on each side. The ideal wire stock retains traces of its original blue finish overall mostly in the protected areas. The leather holster is in very good condition with a nice dark black finish on the leather itself with tight stitching. This very fine, mechanically excellent, original early 1906 Commercial DWM Luger with both a scarce and highly desirable ideal holster/stock combination set has a high value of $5,500.

$5,100.00

DWM 1906 American Eagle #31924 2 copy DWM 1906 American Eagle #31924 3 copy DWM 1906 American Eagle #31924 copy

 

DWM Model 1906/20 Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster

(205P) Serial # 1124t, 7.65 (30 Luger) caliber, 3 3/4″ round barrel, rust blue/straw finish and checkered walnut grips. The front sight is standard inverted “V” and the rear is a standard fixed dovetail inverted “V” blade mounted on the toggle. The finish is rust blue with nitre blue and straw small parts. The left side of the barrel extension, underside of the barrel and front of the frame are marked with the standard “crown/MN” commercial proof marks. The frame is stamped “GERMANY” on the left and right side of the barrel extension. Lower safety position is marked “GESICHERT.” The extractor is marked “GELADEN” on the left side. Features the wide grip safety and a stock lug on the frame. Fitted with checkered walnut grips. Holster is brown leather and is marked “F. GROSSE/DRESDEN/RADEBEUL/1940” on the back between the belt loops.

CONDITION: Very good as partially refinished with 80% of the original rust blue finish displaying areas of edge wear, some brown patina, evidence of cold bluing at the butt and some light pitting that has been cleaned and blued over. The bore is bright and in excellent condition. Grips are very fine with light handling marks and a small chip on the left panel near the safety lever. This nice Luger is mechanically excellent and the holster is good with mostly solid stitching, rub marks with some color loss and carries a high value of $2,500.00.

$2,350.00

DWM 1906 Commercial 3 copy DWM 1906 Commercial #1124t copy DWM 1906 Commercial #1124 3 copy DWM 1906 Commercial #1124 2 copy

 

 

 

DWM Model 1906 American Eagle Luger Pistol with Swiss Holster

 

(186P) Serial #29932, 7.65 Caliber, 4 5/8″ round pencil barrel, original rust blue finish, checkered walnut grips. Manufactured for export to the US, with the distinctive large American Eagle crest on the chamber area. Blade front and notch rear sights with the DWM monogram on the toggle link, “LOADED” on the extractor and a polished bright oval in the lower safety position. The “GERMANY” export mark is present on the front of the frame with the DWM “shield with bend” barrel proof on the underside of the barrel, no other German proofs are present, as these pistols were never intended for “domestic” sale by DWM. Equipped with straw and niter blue finished small parts, smooth back strap with grip safety, checkered grips and a nickel finished magazine with unmarked wood base. Numbers matching with the side plate having been double struck, most likely a factory error. With a brown Swiss leather flap holster.

CONDITION: Very fine with 80% of the faded original rust blue finish showing scattered light spotting, bright edge wear and mild handling marks overall in the usual places. The bore is excellent! A few small dents are present on the muzzle, and the number of the takedown latch appears double struck. Strong straw finish is present on the trigger and ejector, with a gray patina on the latch and safety. Grips are very good with mild dents and a few small chips. Holster is fair with cracking and scuffs. This very fine American Eagle is mechanically excellent.

$3,200.00

 

 

1900 DWM American Eagle Luger Commercial Contract Luger Pistol

(P165P) Serial #13406, 7.65mm Luger Auto caliber, 4 3/4″ round barrel, blue finish and checkered walnut grips. This is a very fine example of an original DWM Model 1900 American Eagle commercial Luger pistol. These pistols were the true first commercial contract Luger pistols produced by DWM and can be found in the 2000 to 19000 serial number range with this specific pistol being produced in the middle of the noted production range. These pistols were specifically intended for sales in the U.S. market, hence the use of the American Eagle symbol on top of the chamber area with the DWM markings on the front toggle. This pistol has all the early desirable Luger features, such as the early long frame, dished toggles with toggle lock on the right side, recessed breechblock, 4 3/4″ fast tapered barrel, grip safety, no stock lug and no hold open device. They had superb hand fitted parts with the beautiful pre-war high polish rust blued finish with the straw colored small parts with checkered walnut grips. The lower safety area is unmarked and has the bright polished finish. It is correctly serial numbered in the commercial fashion with the full serial number “13406” under he barrel and on the front of the frame which is also marked “GERMANY”. The various small parts are also correctly numbered “406” or “06”. It is complete with one magazine with the nickel plated body and the unnumbered, unproofed commercial wooden base.

CONDITION: very fine (NRA very good) with 90% plus of the original blue finish overall with edge and high spot wear. The various small parts all retain 70% of their straw colors overall. The grips are in very fine condition with nice distinct checkering on both sides, some minor handling marks with light pressure dents and nicks on the right side. This beautiful American Luger is mechanically excellent.

$4,495.00

1900 American Eagle Luger

(137P) Scarce Early DWM Model 1900 “American Eagle” Luger Pistol, serial #9737 in 7.65mm (30 Luger) Luger auto, 4 3/4″ barrel, blue finish and walnut checkered grips.

This is a very fine example of an early DWM Model 1900 “American Eagle” commercial Luger pistol. These pistols were the first true commercial contract Luger pistols produced by DWM and can be found in the 2,000-20,000 serial number range with this pistol falling midway in the production. This pistol has the early production features such as the long frame, dished toggles with toggle lock on the right side, recessed breechblock, 4 3/4″ fast tapered barrel, grip safety and no stock lug. This pistol is not marked Germany, indicating it remained in Europe which also verifies how it was factory modified to add the hold-open latch. More than likely it was liberated after WWII. In addition this specific pistol has the second pattern thumb safety lever that has the high-domed, cross-checkered pattern. The lower safety area is unmarked and left brightly polished. It is correctly serial numbered in the commercial fashon with the full serial number on the front of the frame and the underside of the barrel, with no German export markings, which is how it was modified for the hold-open latch. It is complete with one magazine with the nickel plated body and unnumbered wooden base.

CONDITION: Very fine as partially refinished with 85% of the original rust blued finish, with a professionally restored, authentic rust blued finish present on the grip straps and trigger guard bow. The walnut grips are also in very fine condition overall with a nice matching dark brown color distance checkering on both sides and some minor compression nicks on the right side. The pistol retains 95% of the re-straw colors on the small parts.

This is an excellent early American Eagle…$4,200.00.

Not for sale at this time.

 

1900 American Eagle Luger

(137P) Scarce Early DWM Model 1900 “American Eagle” Luger Pistol, serial #9737 in 7.65mm (30 Luger) Luger auto, 4 3/4″ barrel, blue finish and walnut checkered grips.

This is a very fine example of an early DWM Model 1900 “American Eagle” commercial Luger pistol. These pistols were the first true commercial contract Luger pistols produced by DWM and can be found in the 2,000-20,000 serial number range with this pistol falling midway in the production. This pistol has the early production features such as the long frame, dished toggles with toggle lock on the right side, recessed breechblock, 4 3/4″ fast tapered barrel, grip safety and no stock lug. This pistol is not marked Germany, indicating it remained in Europe which also verifies how it was factory modified to add the hold-open latch. More than likely it was liberated after WWII. In addition this specific pistol has the second pattern thumb safety lever that has the high-domed, cross-checkered pattern. The lower safety area is unmarked and left brightly polished. It is correctly serial numbered in the commercial fashon with the full serial number on the front of the frame and the underside of the barrel, with no German export markings, which is how it was modified for the hold-open latch. It is complete with one magazine with the nickel plated body and unnumbered wooden base.

CONDITION: Very fine as partially refinished with 85% of the original rust blued finish, with a professionally restored, authentic rust blued finish present on the grip straps and trigger guard bow. The walnut grips are also in very fine condition overall with a nice matching dark brown color distance checkering on both sides and some minor compression nicks on the right side. The pistol retains 95% of the re-straw colors on the small parts.

This is an excellent early American Eagle…$4,200.00.

Not for sale at this time.

 

Model 1906 American Eagle Luger

(135P) Model 1906 American Eagle Luger in Scarce 9mm Caliber – Serial #26868, 9mm Cal., 4″ bbl., blue/straw colors finish, walnut checkered grips. This is a fine example of an early 1906 American Eagle Luger that was produced by the DWM factory. These early Lugers were made expressly for export to the United States to increase overseas sales by the DWM factory. This example is even more desirable in that it has the “fat barrel” in 9mm version. These were probably some of the best Luger’s made by the DWM factory and all of them exhibit excellent fit and finish with beautiful hand polish, rust blued metal and straw colored smaller components. The model has the large emblazoned “American Eagle Crest” on top of the chamber area, correct short style frame and upper receiver with the 4 3/4″ inch tapered barrel, extractor marked “LOADED” as intended for the American market with the lower safety area correctly polished and of course the DWM logo on the front toggle. Evidently, this pistol was produced early enough in the production cycle that DWM had not started applying the standard B. U. and G commercial proof marks as the barrel and barrel extension are completely unproofed. It is numbered in the commercial fashion with the front of the frame and underside of the barrel marked with the full various small parts. There are no commercial “Crown N” proof marks on the pistol anywhere with only “GERMANY” stamped on the front of the frame below the serial number. The pistol is fitted with a set of European checkered walnut grips and it is a complete with a correct nickel-plated magazine body with an unmarked wooden base.

CONDITION: Excellent with 95% of an old professional restoration with some slight wear on the edges and high spots overall with thinning on the grip safety and side plate. The various small parts retain 98% of the restored straw colors overall. The edges and corners are sharp and distinct and not rounded off or buffed and the markings are clear and sharp. It has matching numbers on the various parts except the magazine which is unnumbered. The grips are in excellent condition with nice sharp checkering on both sides with only minor handling marks in a few places, but no cracks or damage anywhere. A nice example of a desirable and popular 1906 American Eagle Luger in the desirable 9mm Luger caliber…$2,850.00

 

Erfurt 1918/1920 double date rework Luger Semi Automatic Pistol

(134P) Erfurt 1918/1920 double date rework Luger Semi Automatic Pistol – Serial #8833n, 9mm caliber,3 7/8″ round barrel, blue finish, walnut grips. Produced in Prussia in 1918, and later reworked for use by the post-War Weimar Republic. Fixed sights with “1920/1918″ stamped on the chamber and :Crown/ERFURT” on the toggle. Right side of the extension has the three “Crown/Gothic Letter” proofs next to the Imperial firing proof, which is repeated on the barrel and breechblock and the :Crown/RC” rework proof on the right side of the extension and left rear of the barrel over a single crown over Gothic letter proof. The “Crown/RC” an a single crown over Gothic letter proof are marked on most of the parts. The left side of the barrel extension is marked with an encircled “S” ahead of the serial number. According to the Standard Catalog of Luger by Davis the meaning of this marking is unknown. The matching serial number is marked on the barrel extension, front of the frame and bottom of the barrel with the partial number “33″ on most small parts including the inside of each grip panel. The front strap is marked “8507″. Blue finish with straw colored small parts, unmarked plated magazine with a wooden bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

CONDITION: Arsenal refinished with 80% dull blue finish remaining showing muzzle and high edge wear and overall thinning with some areas fading to a smooth plum patina. About half of the straw colors remain with the balance having a smooth silver gray patina. The bore is very good with some light pitting, but sharp clean rifling. The grips are about good with moderate high point wear, some crudely recut checkering and for the most part crisp checkering. Most markings are highlighted in white and remain clear. The action is fine$1,350.00

 

WWII Mauser 1941 “byf” Code Luger Pistol

(124P) WWII Mauser 1941 “byf” Code Luger Pistol with Matching Magazine – Serial #6440n, 9mm caliber, 3 7/8″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. Dated “41 over the chamber, with “byf” code on the toggle. All visible numbers match. “Eagle/655″ and “eagle/swastika” proofs on appropriate parts. Blue magazine with aluminum base.

CONDITION: Excellent! This beautiful Luger has 95% original blue, with a small patch of surface rust on the left side of the extension, a few small areas of brown patina and scattered handling marks. Grips are very fine, with some pressure dents and scuffs. This pistol is mechanically excellent…$2,270.00.

 

1938 Production Luger Pistol

Fantastic 1938 Production Luger Pistol with “42″ Code – Serial #4784b, 9mm cal., 4″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. Fixed sights with the chamber dated 1938 and eagle firing and eagle/63 proofs present on the barrel and right barrel extension. The extractor, toggle and toggle link are numbered to a different gun (78) with the toggle marked with the Mauser code “42″. Full serial number (4784) on the front of the frame (with “b” suffix), left barrel extension and barrel underside with the partial serial number (84) on the takedown latch, side plate, sear, safety bar, and thumb safety. Properly marked safety position and extractor. All blue finish with checkered walnut grips numbered to the gun and blued magazine with aluminum base numbered to another P.08 (8768/r/eagle/63).

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 98% original blue finish with some minor thinning, some loss at the muzzle and some minor edge wear. There is some minor pitting present on the stock lug and right top frame. The grips are also excellent with a few minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. This pistol is mechanically excellent…$2,350.00.

 

WWI German 1918 Dated Erfurt Luger

(119P) Excellent WWI German 1918 Dated Erfurt Luger – Serial #4344m,9mm cal,. 3 7/8″ round barrel, blue finish, walnut grips. Imperial Luger Pistol manufactured at Erfurt, the Prussian owned arms factory, during WWI. The chamber is dated “1918″ and the toggle has the “crown/ERFURT” logo. Dull blue finish with straw colored small parts and finely checkered walnut grips. Serial number and suffix on the front of the frame, with “4344″ stamped on the bottom of the barrel and the left side of the barrel extension. The partial serial number (44) is stamped on most of the small components including the inside of the grips. All of the serial numbers match with the exception of the magazine. The right side of the receiver has three “crown/gothic letter” army acceptance marks followed by the Imperial eagle and the “crown/RC” Rework-Commission rework stamp is marked above the first crown proof. This proof indicated that this Luger failed final inspection due to “out of tolerance” parts. The rework mark is also stamped on the left side of the barrel over a crown/gothic letter proof and the Imperial eagle is stamped on the right. The left side of the breechblock is also stamped with the Imperial eagle. Typical of Erfurt pistols a small “crown/gothic letter” acceptance mark is stamped on all of the small parts. Nickel plated magazine with wooden base numbered to another pistol.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some wear on the muzzle , side plate, high edge and front strap. There is some light spotting on the front strap. 80% of the original straw color remains on the small components. Overall the grips are very fine with some wear on the checkering high points on the left heel and some minor wear on the lower edges. The checkering remains very crisp. The markings are clear (some highlighted in white). This pistol is mechanically excellent$2,150.00

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DWM 1920 Police Rework Luger Pistol with Holster

(118P) Unique DWM 1920 Police Rework Luger Pistol with Holster – Serial #415n, 9mm cal., 3 7/8″ round bbl, blue finish walnut grips. The chamber is uniquely stamped “7.65″ with two “X”‘s over this stamp. Toggle has the “DWM” monogram. Properly marked safety position and extractor with commercial crown/N proofs present. Matching full or partial numbers on frame, barrel extension, barrel, takedown latch, side plate, sear, safety bar. thumb safety, extractor, toggle, and toggle link “15″ appears twice on the takedown latch and side plate, Unit marked front strap: “SP.Bn.368.1923″ with an “X” through the 369. Straw finished small parts, police style sear safety, checkered grips and nickel plated wood base magazine numbered to the pistol. The magazine spine is stamped “1923/1″. Complete with a black leather holster and takedown tool. The inside of the holster is stamped with a small anchor and a large droop wing eagle.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% arsenal blue finish with the balance a smooth brown patina with some minor spotting on the grip straps and limited minor pitting. The small parts retain 70% original straw color. The grips are excellent with a few minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. This pistol is mechanically excellent. The holster is very good with some minor handling marks and flex wear with the stitching remaining tight…$2,250.00.

 

1938 Dated Military Luger Pistol

(117P) Mauser “S/42″ Code, 1938 Dated Military Luger Pistol with Matching Magazine – Serial #1892m, 9mm Cal., 4″ round barrel, blue finish walnut grips, Dated 1938 on the chamber with the “s/42″ code on the toggle, “Eagle/63″ and “droop wing eagle” proofs on the right side of the breech block. Marked “GESICHERT” and “GELADEN” on the upper safety area and extractor, respectively. Visible numbers match including inside of each grip panel. Has the correct all blue finish, fixed sights, stock lug, blue magazine and aluminum base numbered to the gun and fired with checkered walnut grips.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 90% plus original blue finish with some heavy muzzle wear on the left side, some minor pitting on the barrel, some high edge wear and thinning on the grip straps. The grips are also excellent with some dings and nicks on the otherwise sharp checkering. The markings are clear and this pistol is mechanically excellent$2,250.00.

 

Mauser “S/42″ Code, 1936 Production Luger Pistol

(115P) Mauser “S/42″ Code, 1936 Production Luger Pistol with 1936 Dated Holster – Serial #7062v, 9mm Cal., 3 7/8″ round bb., blue finish, walnut grips. Chamber dated 1936 with the “S/42″ marked on the toggle. Eagle/63 and eagle firing proofs on the right barrel extension and barrel. Properly marked safety position and extractor. Full serial number on barrel extension, frame (with “v” suffix), and barrel, with the partial serial number “62″ on the take-down latch, side plate sear, safety bar, thumb safety, and extractor. Full serial number on barrel extension, frame (with “v” suffix), and barrel with the partial serial number “62″ on the take-down latch, side plate sear, safety bar, thumb safety, extractor, toggle and toggle link. Straw colored small parts, checkered grips, and blue aluminum base magazine numbered to a different pistol. Complete with a leather holster and mismatched magazine. The back of the holster is stamped ” KARL BOCKER/WALDBROL” next to a “Droop wing Eagle/WaA387″ proof and the date “1936″.

CONDITION: Excellent! This pistol retains 90% plus original blue finish showing thinning to a gray patina mostly on the barrel and grip straps, with some minor edge wear. The small parts retain 80% original straw finish. The grips are very fine with some scattered minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. The holster is very good with exception of t six holes plugged on the back and replacement belt loops along with some minor handling marks. This pistol is mechanically excellent…$2,250.00.

 

DWM 1920 Police Rework Luger Pistol

(113P) DWM 1920 Police Rework Luger Pistol – Serial #399b, 9mm cal., 3 7/8″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. The chamber is blank with the “DWM” monogram on the toggle, Barrel has a Berlin Police Armory acceptance stamp, crown/RC arsenal rework stamp and two eagle/33 proofs. Right barrel extension has a Luftwaffe component inspection mark and an Imperial eagle firing proof. has a sear safety with the extractor and upper safety position properly marked. matching serial number on the front for frame (with “b” suffix) and left barrel extension with the partial serial number (99) on the takedown latch, side plate (restamped), sear (restamped), safety bar, thumb safety lever, toggle and toggle link. The underside of the barrel is marked “4″ over the bore marking. Checkered grips with the left panel having “30″ marked in pencil and both having “55″ stamped on backs. Nickel magazine with wood base is marked “2./7727″.

CONDITION: Excellent as arsenal refurbished. The pistol retains 97% blue finish with some scattered minor wear and some minor thinning on the grip straps. The small parts retain 95% of the straw color. There is some scattered minor pitting. The grips are excellent with a few minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering and a minor crack on the left panel. This pistol is mechanically excellent…$1,900.00.

 

Mauser “S/42 Code 1937 Production proofs

(112P) Extremely Fine Mauser “S/42 Code 1937 Production proofs – Serial #995y, 9mm, 3 7/8″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. Dated 1912 over the chamber with the crowned Erfurt marking on the toggle, Imperial Eagle/63 and firing proofs stamped on the right barrel extension and barrel. Safety and extractor are marked “GESICHERT” and “GELADEN” respectively and the underside of the barrel has the bore marking. Matching serial number on front of frame (with “z” suffix), left barrel extension, and barrel underside with the partial serial number (95) on the takedown latch, side plate, sear, safety bar, thumb safety, extractor, toggle and toggle link. All blue finish with checkered walnut grips and mismatched blued magazine with aluminum base (1697t). Both grips are numbered to the pistol (95).

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some loss at the muzzle, some minor edge wear and some thinning to gray, The grips are very fine with some minor dings and high edge wear in the overall crisp checkering. This fine Luger is in excellent mechanical condition$2250.00.

 

Mauser 1933 Police Nazi Semiautomatic Pistol

(111P) Excellent Mauser 1933 Police Nazi “Sneak” Rework Luger Semiautomatic Pistol With Matching Numbered Holster – Serial #1349u, 9mm cal., 3 7/8″ bbl, blue finish, walnut grips. Fixed sights with blank chamber and toggle. The right barrel extension has an eagle firing proof, eagle/WaA66 proof and eagle/H proof, with and eagle proof on the barrel. Properly marked safety position and extractor. Marching full serial with “u” suffix on the and barrel, with the partial serial number (49) on the side plate, safety bar and toggle link. Straw colored small parts, police sear safety, checkered grips and nickel aluminum base magazine numbered to a different pistol. Complete with leather holster, take-down tool, and mismatched extra aluminum base magazine. The inside of the holster is stamped “L. G.” and the back is stamped with the number “1349/ (arsenal removed regiment mark)” and “LOH SOHNE / ACT. GES./BERLIN”.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% plus original blue finish with some minor edge wear and moderate muzzle wear. The small parts retain 50% original straw color. There is a noticeable indentation on the lower right panel, otherwise the grips are very good with some scattered minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. This pistol is mechanically excellent, but is missing a small toggle pin. The arsenal reworked holster is good with a replaced latch strap, belt loop and take-down tool pouch with some minor flex wear and handling marks…$2,750.00.

 

DWM 1916 Production Luger Pistol With Holster

(110P) Outstanding DWM 1916 Production Luger Pistol With Holster – Serial #7707, 9mm Luger cal., 4″ round bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. The chamber is dated 1916 and the toggle is marked “DWM”. The right side of the barrel extension has the three crown/script proofs next to the Imperial eagle proof and the barrel and breechblock have an eagle proof. Properly marked safety position and extractor. Full serial number on the barrel extension, frame and barrel with the partial serial number (07) on the take-down latch, side plate, sear, safety bar, ghumb safety lever, extractor, toggle and toggle link. Straw colored parts, checkered grips, stock lug and unmarked blued wood base magazine. Complete with a 1915 dated J. F. O. Ludewig brown leather holster, take-down tool and non matching (#8452) reworked extra magazine with blue body.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% original blue finish with some minor thinning with some minor edge wear. The side plate is thinning to a brown. There is some very scattered minor pitting. The small parts retain 70% original straw color. The grips are excellent with some very scattered minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering with barely noticeable, extremely small chip missing on the left panel near the thumb safety. This early Luger is mechanically excellent. The holster is very good with exception of tan added rivet on the back, minor flex wear, handling marks and flaking. The stitching is tight…$2,500.00.

 

 

WWI German 1916 Dated DWM Military Luger Pistol

(#108P) Outstanding WWI German 1916 Dated DWM Military Luger Pistol – Serial #3409o, 9mm Luger cal, 4″ round bbl. blue finish, walnut grips. This is a very nice example of a mid-WWI German Army issue Luger pistol. The top of the chamber area is dated 1916 and the toggle is marked Luger pistol. The top of the chamber area is dated 1916 and the toggle is marked “DWM”. The right side of the barrel extension has the three “crown/gothic letter” proofs next to the Imperial Eagle proof. The full serial number is correctly stamped in the military fashion on the underside of the barrel, the left side of the barrel extension, and the front of the frame with the last two digits “09″ stamped the various small parts. The Imperial Eagle proof is also marked on the top, rear of the barrel and left side of the breechblock. The upper safety position and extractor are correctly marked “GESICHERT” AND “GELADEN”. Fixed sights. The back strap has the stock lug, nickel magazine with wooden base numbered to another pistol and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 97% original blue finish with some mild thinning on the muzzle and some high edge wear. 75% of the original straw color remains on the small components. The grips are also excellent with some slight high point wear, minor handling marks and very crisp checkering. The markings remain crisp and clear. This outstanding pistol is mechanically excellent$2,550.00.

 

WWI German 1918 Dated Erfurt Military Luger

(107P) Excellen! WWI German 1918 Dated Erfurt Military Luger – Serial #2923m, 9mm cal, 3 7/8″ bbl., blue finish, walnut grips. Fixed sights, with the chamber dated “1918″ and the toggle marked with the “Crown/ERFURT” logo. Imperial eagle and crown/gothic letter proofs are present with crown/RC arsenal rework proof on the barrel, breechblock, and barrel extension. Properly marked safety position and extractor with the bore marking on the barrel underside. Full serial number on the front of the frame “(with “m” suffix), left barrel safety bar, thumb safety, extractor, toggle and toggle link. Straw finished small parts, stock lug, checkered grips numbered to a different pistol (8290g).

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 97% plus original blue finish thinning to a brown patina with some loss at the muzzle. The small parts retain 90% original straw color. The grips are very fine with s dent on the right panel and minor chip missing near the grip screw on the left panel along with some minor bruises on the overall crisp checkering. This Luger is mechanically excellent$5,500.00.

This fine Luger has fully documented paperwork, brought back from the WWII battlefield by the American soldier, PFC Harry M. Miller, who captured the pistol. All the paperwork giving him permission to bring this captured Erfurt Lugar with him back to his home here in San Antonio, Texas where he and his wife would reside. PFC Miller made it back alive from the battlefields in Italy, Normandy, Europe and Germany in 1945 and returned to San Antonio. This Erfurt Lugar is now part of my collection and is for sale. There is also a most interesting scrapbook complete with post cards sent home and photographs put together by his wife and probably mother detailing his experiences in combat and as a conquering hero. Harry won a Combat Infantry Badge; EAME Theater Ribbon with 3 Bronze Stars; a Good Conduct Ribbon; a Purple Heart medal; and a Victory Medal World War II. There is considerably more documentation with about a hundred photos. What a wonderful Luger to add to any collection.

$5,500.00

 

1938 Production Luger Pistol with Holster

(106P) Excellent Mauser “S/42″ Code, 1938 Production Luger Pistol with Holster – Serial #8711b, 9mm cal., 4″ round barrel, blue finish, walnut grips. Dated 1938 on the chamber with “S/42″ Mauser code on the toggle. “Eagle/53″ and “droop wing eagle” proofs on the right side of the barrel extension and on the barrel, with the firing proof repeated on the breechblock. Properly marked safety position and extractor. Full serial number on the frame (with “b” suffix), barrel and barrel extension with the partial serial number (11) on the take-down latch, side plate, sear, safety bar, thumb safety, extractor, toggle, and toggle link. All blue finish with checkered grips and blue aluminum base magazine numbered to another gun. Complete with brown leather holster and extra mismatched magazine. The back of the holster is stamped ” GENSCHOW & CO. A.G./BERLIN” next to the droop eagle/Wa proof and the year “1937″

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 98% original blue finish with some mild thinning on the grip straps, some scattered minor edge wear and some loss at the muzzle. There is a minor circular shaped indentation on the left panel, otherwise the grips are excellent with a few minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent. The holster is very good with overall age cracking on the front and some minor handling marks. Overall the stitching is tight…$2,850.00.

 

DWM Model 1920 Commercial Luger

(#122P) DWM Model 1920 Commercial Luger Semiautomatic Pistol -Serial #3895K, 7.65 mm (30Luger) caliber, 3 3/4″ bbl, blue finish, walnut grips. Bland chamber and “DWM” monogram on the toggle. “Crown/N proofs on the left side of the barrel extension, underside of the barrel, and left side of the toggle and “crown/script letter” proof on the safety bar. Matching numbers on the barrel and stamped with the last to digits on most of the small parts. Marked “DESICHERT” and “GELADEN” on the safety and extractor respectively. Straw colored small parts, unmarked nickel magazine with wooden bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

CONDITION: Excellent! The pistol retains 95% plus original finish with some muzzle, side rail and side plate wear. There is some mild thinning on the back strap and some thinning to smooth gray on the front strap. 80% of the original straw color remains on the small parts. The grips are excellent with some minor wear, a few minor dings and crisp checkering. The markings are crisp and clear and the mechanics are excellent$2,370.00.

 

DWM 1913 DWM Military Luger Pistol

(#109P) Excellent! DWM 1913 DWM Military Luger Pistol – Serial #2343a, 9mm round bbl,. Blue finish, walnut grips. The chamber is dated 1913, with the DWM monogram on the front toggle. Three “crown/letter” proofs are present on the left side of the extension, with imperial eagle firing proofs on the extension, barrel and breechblock. Matching numbers on the small parts and inside the checkered grips. Hold open has been added and is correctly proofed on the right side of the frame. Nickel magazine with non matching number on the wood base.

CONDITION: Excellent with 95% of the original blue finish, showing some light handling marks, edge wear, and a few areas of brown patina. 70% of the original straw colors remain. A small amount of spotting is visible on the right frame rail. Grips are very fine. with some smoothing of the checkering on the lower portion and pressure dents. This Luger is mechanically excellent$3,175.00.

 

Commercial Luger Pistol – Serial number “57072″

Desirable 1908 DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfrabriken) Commercial Luger Pistol – Serial #57072, 9mm Lugar cal., 4″ round bbl., blue finish. walnut checkered tips. This is a fine example of the highly collectable Model 1908 “Commercial” Luger as produced by the DWM factory. These Luger’s were produced from 1908 through 1913 and were sold under both commercial and military contracts. This model of Luger can be distinguished from the later models, based on two notable features: 1) made without a hold-open catch and 2) no stock lug on the rear of the grip. The top of the chamber area is blank with the rear toggle having the DWM logo markings. The right side of the barrel extension is blank and the left side and underside of the barrel have the Commercial Crown “N” proofs. Since this is a commercial contract pistol, it is numbered in the commercial style verses the military fashion consequently the various parts are marked with the full serial number “57072″ only on the front of the frame and the underside of the barrel, with the last two digits (72) numbered on the recoil lug, the underside of the side plate, the side of the trigger, the takedown lever, the lower left side of the breechblock and the very rear of the toggle. These pistols all exhibited an excellent high polish, “rust blued finish” with straw colors on the small arts and were fitted with checkered walnut grips. It is fitted with a correct nickel plated, wooden base magazine with no markings.

CONDITION: NRA very good overall with 90%+ of the original rust blue finish overall, slightly dulling in some areas with wear on the edges and high spots. The side plate and left side of the frame, a couple small sports on the front grip strap and the back strap all exhibit some small areas of old aged deep pitting. 40% of the original straw colors remain, The grips are in very fine condition overall with nice checkering on both sides just showing even wear across the tops of the checkering…..$2,250.00.

 
(135P)Model 1906 American Eagle Luger in Scarce 9mm Caliber – Serial #26868, 9mm Cal., 4″ bbl., blue/straw colors finish, walnut checkered grips. This is a fine e3xample of an early 1906 American Eagle Luger that was produced by the DWM factory. These early Lugers were made expressly for export to the United States to increase overseas sales by the DWM factory. This example is even more desirable in that it has the “fat barrel” in 9mm version. These were probably some of the best Luger’s made by the DWM factory and all of them exhibit excellent fit and finish with beautiful hand polish, rust blued metal and straw colored smaller components. The model has the large emblazoned “American Eagle Crest” on top of the chamber area, correct short style frame and upper receiver with the 4 3/4″ inch tapered barrel, extractor marked “LOADED” as intended for the American market with the lower safety area correctly polished and of course the DWM logo on the front toggle. Evidently, this pistol was produced early enough in the production cycle that DWM had not started applying the standard B. U. and G commercial proofmarks as the barrel and barrel extension are completely unproofed. It is numbered in the commercial fashion with the front of the frame and underside of the barrel marked with the full various small parts. There are no commercial “Crown N” proofmarks on the pistol anywhere with ony “GERMANY” stamped on the front of the frame below the serial number. The pistol is fitted with a set of European checkered walnut grips and it is a complete with a correct nickel-plagted magazine body with an unmarked wooden base.

CONDITION: Excellent with 95% of an old professional restoration with some slight wear on the edges and high spots overall with thinning on the grip safety and side plate. The various small parts retain 98% of the restored straw colors overall. The edges and corners are sharp and distinct and not rounded off or buffed and the markings are clear and sharp. It has matching numbers on the various parts except the magazine which is unnumbered. The grips are in excellent condition with nice sharp checkering on both sides with only minor handling marks in a few places, but no cracks or damage anywhere. A nice example of a desirable and popular 1906 American Eagle Luger in the desirable 9mm Luger caliber…$2,850.00(sale pending)


 
(134P)Erfurt 1918/1920 double date rework Luger Semi Automatic Pistol – Serial #8833n, 9mm caliber,3 7/8″ round barrel, blue finish, walnut grips. Produced in Prussia in 1918, and later reworked for use by the post-War Weimar Republic. Fixed sights with “1920/1918″ stamped on the chamber and :Crown/ERFURT” on the toggle. Right side of the extension has the three “Crown/Gothic Letter” proofs next to the Imperial firing proof, which is repeated on the barrel and breechblock and the :Crown/RC” rework proof on the right side of the extension and left rear of the barrel over a single crown over Gothic letter proof. The “Crown/RC” an a single crown over Gothic letter proof are marked on most of the parts. The left side of the barrel extension is marked with an encircled “S” ahead of the serial number. According to the Standard Catalog of Luger by Davis the meaning of this marking is unknown. The matching serial number is marked on the barrel extension, front of the frame and bottom of the barrel with the partial number “33” on most small parts including the inside of each grip panel. The front strap is marked “8507”. Blue finish with straw colored small parts, unmarked plated magazine with a wooden bottom and fitted with checkered walnut grips.

CONDITION: Arsenal refinished with 80% dull blue finish remaining showing muzzle and high edge wear and overall thinning with some areas fading to a smooth plum patina. About half of the straw colors remain with the balance having a smooth silver gray patina. The grips are about good witch moderate high point wear, some crudely recut checkering and for the most part crisp checkering. Most markings are highlighted in white and remain clear. The action is fine$1,350.00


 
 
(#115P) Mauser “S/42” Code, 1936 Production Luger Pistol with 1936 Dated Holster – Serial #7062v, 9mm P Ca., 3 7/8″ round bb., blue finish, walnut grips. Chamber dated 1936 with the “S/42” marked on the toggle. Eagle/63 and eagle firing proofs on the right barrel extension and barrel. Properly marked safety position and extractor. Full serial number on barrel extension, frame (with “v” suffix), and barrel, with the partial serial number “62” on the take-down latch, side plate sear, safety bar, thumb safety, and extractor. Full serial number on barrel extension, frame (with “v” suffix), and barrel with the partial serial number “62” on the take-down latch, side plate sear, safety bar, thumb safety, extractor, toggle and toggle link. Straw colored small parts, checkered grips, and blue aluminum base magazine numbered to a different pistol. Complete with a leather holster and mismatched magazine. The back of the holster is stamped ” KARL BOCKER/WALDBROL” next to a “Droop wing Eagle/WaA387” proof and the date “1936”.

CONDITION: Excellent! This pistol retains 90% plus original blue finish showing thinning to a gray patina mostly on the barrel and grip straps, with some minor edge wear. The small parts retain 80% original straw finish. The grips are very fine with some scattered minor nicks in the overall crisp checkering. The holster is very good with exception of t six holes plugged on the back and replacement belt loops along with some minor handling marks. This pistol is mechanically excellent…$2,250.00.


 
1. Desirable 1908 DWM (Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfrabriken) Commercial Luger PistolSerial number “57072“, 9mm Lugar cal., 4” round bbl., blue finish. walnut checkered tips.  This is a fine example of the highly collectable  Model 1908 “Commercial” Luger as produced by the DWM factory.  These Luger’s were produced from 1908  through 1913 and were sold under both commercial and military contracts.  This model of Luger can be distinguished from the later models, based on two notable features: 1) made without a hold-open catch and 2) no stock lug on the rear of the grip.  The top of the chamber area is blank with the rear toggle having the DWM logo markings.  The right side of the barrel extension is blank and the left side and underside of the barrel have the Commercial Crown “N” proofs.  Since this is a commercial contract pistol, it is numbered in the commercial style verses the military fashion consequently the various parts are marked with the full serial number “57072” only on the front of the frame and the underside of the barrel, with the last two digits (72) numbered on the recoil lug, the underside of the side plate, the side of the trigger, the takedown lever, the lower left side of the breechblock and the very rear of the toggle.  These pistols all exhibited an excellent high polish, “rust blued finish” with straw colors on the small arts and were fitted with checkered walnut grips.  It is fitted with a correct nickel plated, wooden base magazine with no markings.

CONDITION: NRA very good overall with 90%+ of the original rust blue finish overall, slightly dulling in some areas with wear on the edges and high spots.  The side plate and left side of the frame, a couple small sports on the front grip strap and the back strap all exhibit some small areas of old aged deep pitting.  40% of the original straw colors remain,  The grips are in very fine condition overall with nice checkering on both sides just showing even wear across the tops of the checkering…..$2,250.00.

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