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Auction Description for Joh. Springer's Erben Auctioneers: Parabellum / Luger Pistols - Special Auction
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The auction starts at the specified date, time and location with lot number 1. Bids can then be placed after registration by a hand signal, online after registration on our website, by phone (on request, for lots with a minimum starting price of EUR 500) and in advance as a written bid on our bid form (sent at least 12 hours before the auction by fax or e-mail). Written bids must indicate an exact amount. We will bid for you by increments, not exceeding the top limit stated on your bid form.   We explicitly call your attention that the majority of the offered lots (marked with an *) are imported from a non-EU state and therefore have to be fully VAT taxed in Austria. In addition to your bid and the buyer's premium there will be VAT of 20% accounted, summing up the total of the surcharge to 44%. This only applies to retail buyers from EU countries.   Dealers and retail buyers from non-EU countries, like USA and Russia, are exempt.   To order a catalogue and for further information, please contact: auktion@springer-vienna.com Joh. Springer's Erben Handels GmbH Kagraner Platz 9, A-1220 Vienna, Austria www.auctions.springer-vienna.com auktion@springer-vienna.com   Tel.: +43-1-890 90 03 Fax: +43-1-890 90 03 DW 90     Special Auction Parabellum/Luger The renowned goldsmith of Swiss Ticino, Ivan Inauen, spent some decades to gather a respectable collection of Parabellum pistols emphasising on Switzerland. Those items will be offered accompanied by other Luger pistols and corresponding objects in our first Special Auction. The significance of Switzerland for the evolution of the Luger pistol Between 1897 and 1900 plenty of self-loading pistol designs were tested for military purposes in Switzerland. Right from the start the Borchardt pistol was within this range, being improved upon during the following years to become the Parabellum pistol model 1900 by the Austrian designer Georg Luger. Since Hugo Borchardt declined to accept alterations to his weapon‘s design, the German firm of Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken AG (DWM) in Berlin finally commissioned Luger with the reconstruction, according to the demands of the Swiss army. One of the advertising slogans of the DWM was “Si vis pacem para bellum“ meaning "If you want peace, prepare for war". The last two words of this antique Latin adage became the trademark name of the new pistol design. Luger was a highly gifted weapons designer and furthermore able to understand the way of thought of the Swiss officers involved, being an Austrian reservist officer himself. By hundreds of largely elaborate design changes in about three years, the unwieldy Borchardt pistol became the Parabellum model 1900, being accepted by the Swiss ordnance board in this very year. The triumph of the Parabellum pistol By the adoption as service weapon in Switzerland a dam broke. The rule of the revolver as military handgun that reigned for decades ceased, more and more states followed Switzerland’s example to test self-loading pistols, which have only come to the light of the world of weapons design in 1892. Amongst others, Austro-Hungary in 1907, Germany in 1908 and the USA in 1911 all introduced self-loading pistols for their armies. The Parabellum itself became a huge commercial success for the DWM, not only on the civilian market, but many states adopted this design in plenty of versions, for example the German navy with the 1904, the German army with the 1908, followed by Bulgaria, the Netherlands and many more. Even before WWI the design was being manufactured by other German factories as well, and in the inter-war years DWM relocated the production to the Mauserwerke in Oberndorf. Mauser supplied not only the Wehrmacht, but also Persia and Portugal. In 1942 production of the pistol 08 for the Wehrmacht closed, but there were so many of them spread throughout the German armed forces that the “Luger“ remained the standard issue for the Wehrmacht until the end of the war, becoming a sought-after souvenir as the victors‘ booty. Nowadays, Parabellum pistols are highly collectable worldwide, having spawned a vast amount of specialised literature, most of it in English language. Not least for its curious toggle-link, this weapon is particularly fascinating for the technical- and cultural history interested collector. Especially in the USA, a definite “Luger-Mania“ exists, since over there these pistols tend to be called thus referring to their designer’s name. Enjoy browsing through our catalogue and good luck for your bids! e.g. in MÖTZ / SCHUY, Vom Ursprung der Selbstladepistole. Laxenburg and Braunau 2007

Parabellum / Luger Pistols - Special Auction (148 Lots)

by Joh. Springer's Erben Auctioneers


148 lots with images

November 4, 2016

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Wien, Wien, Austria

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Bobba Vittorio, Parabellum -  A technical history of Swiss Lugers *

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Description: Large size, hard bound with jacket, 224 pp. In ital. and engl. language. Priuli & Verlucca - Ivrea 2005. Condition 2.

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Description: 3 "Reglemente" of the Swiss Army on the .30 Luger cal. Parabellum pistol model of 1900/06, 06/29, one of these also for the "Pistole 49" (SIG 210 in 9 mm Luger caliber). The manual for the "Pistole 00/06" is very rare! Condition 3.

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Description: 3 "Reglemente" of the Swiss Army on the .30 Luger cal. Parabellum pistol model of 1900/06, 06/29, one of these also for the "Pistole 49" (SIG 210 in 9 mm Luger caliber). The manual for the "Pistole 00/06" is very rare! Condition 3.

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Description: 3 "Reglemente" of the Swiss Army on the .30 Luger cal. Parabellum pistol model of 1900, 1900/06, 1906/29. One of these also for the "Pistole 49" (SIG 210 in 9 mm Luger). The manual for the "Pistole 1900" is a reprint of 1971. Condition 3.

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Description: 3 "Reglemente" of the Swiss Army on the .30 Luger cal. Parabellum pistol model of 1900 and 1900/06, one of them in French language. Including the first issue of the manual for the "Pistole 1900" of 1901. This is an extremely rare collectible item! Condition 3.

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Description: 5 "Reglemente" of the Swiss Army on the .30 Luger cal. Parabellum pistol model of 06/29, two of them also for the "Pistole 49" (SIG 210 in 9 mm Luger caliber). 5 different issues from 1939 to 1962, one of them in French language. Condition 3.

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Görtz Joachim and Sturgess Geoffrey L., Pistole Parabellum *

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Description: Monumental books (three volumes) with in total 1930 pp in Engl. language. A few thousand images, most of them in colour. Leatherette binding, in sleeve. Collector Grade Publications - Canada 2010. Condition 2.

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Görtz Joachim, Die Pistole 08 *

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Description: Large size, hard bound with jacket, 224 pp. Published by Stocker-Schmid - Dietikon-Zurich 1985. Condition 2.

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Görtz Joachim, Die Pistole 08 *

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Description: Large size, hard bound with jacket, 288 pp. Licenced issue by Motorbuchverlag - Munich 2004. Condition 2.

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Kenyon Charles Jr., Lugers at Random *

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Description: Large size, hard bound with jacket, ca. 420 pp. Pulisher Handgun Press - USA, new issue of 1990. A must have of the Luger literature! In English language. Condition 2.

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Luger literature, mixed lot *

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Description: 3 brochures: Bobba Vittorio, Un secolo di Luger; Baudino Mario, Luger Artiglieria (in ital. language) and Malherbe Michel, les pistolets Luger (in French). Condition 2.

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Luger literature, mixed lot *

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Description: 2 books: Datig Fred A., The Luger Pistol and Walter John, The Luger Story. Two classic books of the international Luger-literature (in English language). Condition 2-3.

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Luger literature, mixed lot *

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Description: 2 books: Costanzo Sam, World of Lugers Vol. 1 and Reinhart Kriss & Meier Jürg A., Pistolen und Revolver der Schweiz seit 1720. Condition 3.

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Luger literature, mixed lot *

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Description: 3 books: Görtz Joachim & Walter John, The Navy Luger; Reese Michael, Luger Tips and de Vries G. & Martens B. J., The P08 Luger Pistol (all in English). Condition 2-3.

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Luger literature, mixed lot *

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Description: 2 books: Walter J., Luger Pistol and Reckendorf Hans, Parabellum-Pistolen des Kaiserreichs. Condition 2-3.

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Luger literature, focus P08, mixed lot *

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Description: 4 brochures or books: Kornmayer Reinhard, Kleine Geschichte der Parabellum Pistole, 100 Jahre Pistole 08, Pistole 08 (Visier Special) and the German gun magazine DWJ 8/83 with an article on the Luger P08. Condition 2-3.

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Pistol literature Switzerland, mixed lot *

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Description: Datig Fred, The Swiss (Luger) Variations 1897-1947 (in English) and Rutsch Horst, Faustfeuerwaffen der Eidgenossen. Condition 2.

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Pistol literature Switzerland, mixed lot *

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Description: Reinhart Christian, Pistolen und Revolver der Schweiz and Häusler Fritz, Swiss Faustfeuerwaffen. Condition 2.

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Martens Bas J. and de Vries Guus, The Dutch Luger *

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Description: Large size, hard bound with jacket, 270 pp. Ironside International Publishers - USA 1994. In engl. language. Condition 2.

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Bulgaria, DWM, model 08, 9 mm Luger, #408 & 9062, § B *

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Description: 100 mm long barrel, DWM-monogram on chamber, Bulgarian crest on front toogle link, acceptance mark (Bulg. lion) on rhs of receiver frame. "Safe" - inscription and on lhs of gripframe and "loaded" on extractor in Cyrillic characters. Not matching numbers of ca. 80% of original blueish black brush blueing of barrel and receiver, gripframe condition is not that good. Unusual lanyard loop, typical for the Bulgarian model. Small parts with traces of straw hardening, well used walnut gripframes, contemporary sheet metal magazine without serial number. Condition of bore is poor, no valid proof - Condition IV.

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Description: Our specimen is a model of a German P08 in scale 1:2 (half size) of the Erfurt manufactuere of 1912. Comes with 4 miniature dummy cartridges of solid steel. The mock bullets of these rounds are truncated cone shaped like the contemporary originals. Condition 1-2.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, lange Pistole 08 1917, 9 mm Luger, #8172b, § B *

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Description: So called "Artillery-08" with shoulder stock and holster: 200 mm long barrel with tangent rear sight, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, on chamber "1917". Gothic acceptance letters and Prussian Eagle on rhs, all numbers matching as far as visible except the magazine. Well used, on trigger plate patinated, blueish black brush blueing, worn off at the muzzle, on grip and at the edges. Small parts straw hardened. Bore is a little but rough, original sheet metal magazine with wooden floor. The grip panels are well used, no valid proof. Comes with an original shoulder stock including all leather gear: holster with cleaning rod and tool (stitches and pull strap mostly in good condition), shoulder strap, and double magazine pouch (empty). Condition III-IV.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, lange Pistole 08 1916, 9 mm Luger, #9754a, § B

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Description: 200 mm long barrel with tangent rear sight, on chamber "1916", DWM-monogram on front toogle link. Gothic acceptance letters and Prussian Eagle on rhs. All numbers matching as far as visible, original brush blueing a little bit spotted. Small parts straw hardened, partly spotted. Nickel plated sheet metal magazine (stained) without serial number. Very good bore condition. Flawless walnutgrip panels, troop stamp on backside of gripframe "M.W.A. J.R. 186". Comes with the black original holster, adopted for carrying on the belt. Almost illegible manufacturers mark (..."1916...") and rubber stamp on inner side of lid. Stitches and pull strap in good shape. No valid proof - condition II.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, Pistole 04, 9 mm Luger, #7845a, § B *

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Description: Ordnance pistol of the German Imperial Navy. Year of manufacture ca. 1907. 150 mm long barrel, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, no marking on chamber. Rear sight for 100 and 200 meters. All numbers matching except trigger plate, blued stripping lever and magazine. Various Navy acceptance marks on lhs, troop stamp ""WW 2093"" (Shipyard Wilhemshafen, gun no. 2093) on backside of grip. Original finishof ca. 95% of blueish black blueing, worn off at muzzle, edges, grip, and trigger plate. Good walnut-grip panels, the left one damaged a little bit. Magazine floor of the contemporary Army-sheet metal magazine dinged. The bore is a little bit rough but still fair. Comes with a non original black holster without magazine compartment, adopted for carrying on the belt. Tool compartment taken off, with repro cleaning rod. This is possibly a shortened holster for an artillery model. Stitches almost and pull strap in good shape. No valid proof - Condition II.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 1915, 9 mm Luger, #1980g, § B *

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Description: DWM-monogram on front toogle link, "1915" on chamber, all numbers matching as far as visible except the magazine. Gothic acceptance letters and Prussian Eagle on rhs. Original finish of ca. 97% original blueish black brush blueing with minimal spots. Small parts straw hardened. Contemporary sheet metal magazine. Flawless walnut-grip panels with crisp checkering. Good bore, no valid proof - Condition I-II.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 1916, 9 mm Luger, #2432, § B

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Description: On chamber "1916", DWM-monogram on front toogle link, Gothic acceptance letters und Prussian Eagle on rhs. Original blueing of ca. 95%, worn off at the muzzle and on trigger plate, a little bitt spotted. Small parts with traces of straw hardening, partly spotted. All numbers matching as far as visible, poor bore, grip panels are obviously not original (replaced). Non contemporary milled fxo-magazine with black Bakelite floor in poor condition. No valid proof, condition II-III.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 1917 , 9 mm Luger, #5002c, § B *

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Description: "On chamber ""1917"", 100 mm long barrel, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, Gothic acceptance letters and Prussian Eagle on rhs, all numbers matching as far as visible. Original finish of ca. 80% original blueish black brush blueing, worn off and partly spotted at the edges, on chamber, triger guard and on grip. Small parts straw hardened. Flawless walnut-grip panels, non contemporary milled magazine in poor condition, good bore. No valid proof - Condition III-IV.

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Imperial Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 First Issue, 9 mm Luger, 1216a, § B

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Description: Early P08 without hold-open for the receiver and rail for shoulder stock. Chamber without mark, DWM-Logo on front toogle link. All numbers matching exclusive magazibne, very good condition of ca. 96% of original finish, small parts straw hardened, rhs grip panel with dent, nickel plated sheet metal magazine with not matching number. Imperial German acceptance marks on lhs. 1913 all first issue pistols were retrofitted with the hold open. Our specimen has not been improved - so it is a real rare collectible item! See GÖRTZ / STURGESS, The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols, pp 463. No valid proof - condition II.

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Imperial Germany, Erfurt, Pistole 08 1914, 9 mm Luger, #1998r, § B *

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Description: Marked "ERFURT underneath crown" on front toogle link, "1914" on chamber, all numbers matching as far as visible including magazine. Gothic acceptance letters and Prussian Eagle on rhs, spotted and slightly pitted original condition, small parts with traces of the yellow straw hardening colour. Fairly dark grip panels with crisp checkering. Fair bore, no valid proof - condition III-IV.

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Imperial Germany, Erfurt, Pistole 08 1914, 9 mm Luger, #2237, § B

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Description: Chamber marked "1914", on front toogle link "crown above Erfurt". All numbers matching as far as visible, Imperial acceptance marks and Erfurt revision mark on certain parts. Good bore condition, original brush blueing, partly spotted. Small parts with traces of straw hardening colour. All numbers matching incl. magazine, mint condtion walnut grip panels. Nickel plated sheet metal magazine with wooden floor. Comes with a black holster, leather surface crumbled, inner condition is good. Stitches and pull strap in good shape. Only about 7000 specimens of this type were made! No valid proof, condition II-III.

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Germany / German Democratic Republic, Mauser, Pistole 08 Volkspolizei, 9 mm Luger, #7985q, § B (W 4100-14)

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Description: "Marked on chamber ""1937"" (this indicated Mauser manufacture). Mark on front toogle link illegible. No numbers matching and renumbered. Barrel without serial number but with nitro-proof of Suhl. Ca. 97% black blueing (reworked), typical plastic-grip panels with small concentrical circles, milled ""122""-magazine, renumbered. Good bore condition. no valid proof - condition III.

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Germany / German Democratic Republic, Mauser, Pistole 08 Volkspolizei, 9 mm Luger, #8963b, § B *

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Description: Marked on front toogle link "S/42", all numbers matching as far as visible or renumbered, 100 mm long barrel without serial number but with nitro-proof of Suhl. Ca. 97% black blueing (from rework as "VOPO-08"), typical plastic-grip panels, milled fxo-magazine with scatched out serial number. Good bore condition. No valid proof - condition II-III.

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Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 1916/1920, 9 mm Luger, #6106, § B

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Description: Double date gun of the Reichswehr 1916/1920, all numbers matching as far as visible excluding magazine, good original condition. Prussian Eagle and Gothic acceptance letters on rhs, original finish of ca. 80% of finish, partly worn off at the usual areas. Good bore, no valid proof - condition III.

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Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 Police Weimar, 9 mm Luger, #4854q, § B

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Description: Chamber without mark, front toogle link with DWM-monogram. All numbers matching incl. firing pin. Good bore. Gothic "G", proof mark "crown above N". Schiwy-safety, Walther-safety removed. Original brush blueing with minimal traces of use at the muzzle and on trigger plate. Small parts straw hardened. Beechwood grip panels with matching numbers. Milled police magazine in the white with aluminum floor, no. 9292-1 with police acceptance, marked "Schmeisser Haenel". No valid proof, condition II-III.

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Germany, DWM, Pistole 08 Police, 9 mm Luger, #2385r, § B

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Description: "Chamber without mark, front toogle link with DWM-monogram. All numbers matching as far as visible excl. magazine, good bore. Proof mark ""crown above N"". Schiwy-safety, Walther-safety renmoved. On front side of grip inventory mark ""S.M.1669."" (Schutzpolizei Münster, gun no. 1669). Reblued, partly small pittings Small parts straw hardened. Walnut grip panels. Not matching numbered nickel plated sheet metal magazine with wooden floor. No valid proof, condition III.

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Germany, Erfurt, Pistole 08 Police, 1918/20, 9 mm Luger, #6440, § B *

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Description: All numbers matching (magazine is renumbered), Gothic acceptance letters on rhs, three police marks on lhs, inventory stamp "S.E.I. 575" in front of grip. With Schiwy-safety and Walther magazine safety. New German proof od 1998, original finish of ca. 85% blueish black blueing, possibly from contemporary rework. At muzzle, edges and grip worn off. Trigger plate with traces of grater. Very good bore, condition III-IV.

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Germany, Mauser, Pistole 08 Wehrmacht 1937, 9 mm Luger, #3710a, § B

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Description: Chamber marked "1937", all numbers matching incl. firing pin. Very good bore. On front toogle link "S/42". Various acceptance marks "eagle above 63". Originale blueing. Flawless walnut grip panels with matching numbers. Blued sheet metal magazine with aluminum floor and matching number. Comes with a black holster including extra magazine (non matching number) and tool. Marked on backside "FR&K VOEGELS KÖLN-DEUTZ 1938", acceptance "eagle above WaA 387", pull strap and stitches, except at one belt loop, in good order. Excellent item in mint condition, no valid proof, gun condition I, holster II-III.

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Germany, Mauser, Pistole 08 Wehrmacht 1939, 9 mm Luger, #6929i, § B

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Description: On chamber "1940", on front toogle link "42". All numbers matching incl. firing pin and excl. magazine. Excellent bore. Various acceptance marks "eagle above 655". Original black blueing with minimal traces of use at the muzzle and trigger plate. Small area of pitting on trigger plate. Walnutgrip panels without number. Blued sheet metal magazine with aluminum floor, no. 9869k. No valid proof, condition II-III.

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Germany, Mauser, Pistole 08 Wehrmacht 1940, 9 mm Luger, #2907c, § B *

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Description: Marked "42 1940", all numbers matching as far as visible. Original finish of ca. 90% original black blueing, heavy traces of use at trigger plate and on grip, partly spotted. Acceptance marks "eagle above 655" on rhs. Good walnut grip panels with matching numbers, also the milled Haenel-magazine (code "122") with acceptance "eagle above 37". Good bore condition, no valid proof - condition III.

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Germany, Mauser, Pistole 08 Wehrmacht 1942, 9 mm Luger, #3866n, § B

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Description: On chamber "42", code "byf" on front toogle link, acceptance marks "eagle above 135" on rhs. All numbers matching as far as visible, orig. finish of ca. 80% of original black blueing. Traces of use at the muzzle, edges and trigger plate, grip slightly patinated. Good bore, milled fxo-magazine with black Bakelite floor. No valid proof, condition II-III.

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Germany, Mauser, Pistole 08 Wehrmacht 1941, 9 mm Luger, #1259w, § B

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Description: Marked on front toogle link "S/42", on chamber "41". All numbers matching as far as visible. Acceptance marks "655 underneath eagle" on rhs. Original finish of ca. 97% of black original blueing, on lhs minimal spots. Black plastic-grip panels with smooth rim, milled fxo-magazine with black Bakelite floor, very good bore condition. No valid proof - condition II. Comes with non-contemporary brown leather-holster.

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DWM, model 1908 commercial, .30 Luger, #41934, § B *

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Description: Early and rare variant of a commercial model 1908 without hold open, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, chamber without mark. Old German nitro proof "B, N and U underneath crown", the last two digits - as usual with this model - only on rear toogle link and on bottom locking lug underneath the chamber. Ca. 94% of original blueish black brush blueing, worn off on trigger plate and at the muzzle, small parts straw hardened. Very good bore, original sheet metal magazine with wooden floor without number. No valid proof, condition I-II.

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DWM, pistol carbine type 1900/02 (Replica - Repro), 9 mm Luger, #8620, § B *

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Description: Made of a double dated DWM P08, it matches the pistol carbine mod. 1900/02 - except the caliber and the missing grip safety. 35 cm long barrel with tangent rear sight, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, small parts straw hardened. Grip frame a little bit pitted under new blueing. Fitting nickel plated sheet metal magazine with wooden floor, fore-end with sling swivel, detacheble shoulder stock also with sling swivel and buttplate of horn. Short crack in front of shoulder stock. Very good repro of an extremely rare collectible item. No valid proof, condition 2-3.

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DWM, pistol carbine type 1905/06 (Replica), 9 mm Luger, #3769, § B *

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Description: "Made of a P08 of DWM manufacture of 1917. It matches the pistol carbine mod. 1905/06, except the caliber and the missing grip safety. 30 cm long barrel, tangent rear sight, DWM-monogram on front toogle link, fitting nickel plated sheet metal magazine with aluminum floor, fore-end with sling swivel, detachable shoulder stock also with sling swivel and plastic butt plate. No valid proof, Condition 2-3.

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Erma model EP 22, .22 lr, #66624, § B *

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Description: Clone of a Parabellum-pistol in .22 lr caliber, made by Erma and introduced on the commercial market in the 1960s. Proof of 1968, condition III.

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Erma model KGP 68, .32 ACP, #00258, § B *

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Description: Clone of a Parabellum-pistol in .32 ACP caliber, made by Erma and introduced on the commercial market in the 1960s. Proof of 1986, condition II.

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Erma model KGP 68A, .380 ACP, #121928, § B *

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Description: Clone of a Parabellum-pistol in .32 ACP caliber, made by Erma and introduced on the commercial market in the 1960s. Proof of 1987, condition III.

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Finland, DWM, mod. m/23, .30 Luger, #4655, § B *

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Description: "All numbers matching, a export gun according to the German model 1908 except the caliber. Replaced trigger plate (plum blue finish) without serial number. DWM-monogram on front toogle link, old German nitro proof ""N underneath crown"", ""SA"" in square symbol as property mark of the Finnish Army. Original finish of ca. 85% black matte blueing, possibly of contemporary rework. Worn off at the muzzle, edges and trigger plate. Good bore, condition III.

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France/Austria/Italy, Mauser, Pistole 08 French occupation / Austrian Army, .30 Luger,  #1687 §B

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Description: "Rare gun with an interesting history: Originally made in 1945/46 in the Mauser Works under French occupation, it was delivered by the French government to the reestablished Austrian Army in 1955/56. Property mark ""eagle beside BH"" (""Bundesheer"" = Federal Army) on lhs of trigger guard. Then all P08s were sold in the mid 1960s by the Army to the commercial market. Our sepcimen was sold to Italy. Caused by reasons of Italian gun legislation a barrel in .30 Luger caliber replaced the original one. During this adoption the gripframe has been reblued. ""Mausertonne"" on front toogle link, all numbers matching except the milled fxo-magazine, brownish black plastic gip panels (GDR?). Very good bore, Italian proof of 1965, condition II. See MÖTZ/SCHUY, Weiterentwicklung II pp 388, COSTANZO, World of Lugers, p 420 and HALLOCK / VAN DE KANT, The Mauser Parabellum 1930 - 1946, p 599f, 602, and 604.

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Mauser, commemorative model 75 years Swiss Parabellum, .30 Luger, #124, § B *

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Description: Mauser took over the original Luger machinery in the 1970s form the Swiss Arms Factory of Bern. A production of commemorative Luger pistols lasted for a few years in Oberndorf. Our specimen was made like a Swiss model of 1906: 120 mm long barrel, "Mausertonne" with "Original" above it at the front toogle link, Swiss Cross in starburst on chamber, German proof of 1975, barrel marked with ".30 Luger" and gripframe with company name. On lhs inscription "75 Jahre Parabellum-Pistole 1900-1975" in gold inlay. High gloss black blueing, small parts straw hardened, walnut grip panels with crisp checkering. New condition, in original case with extra magazine, tool, cleaning rod and manual. Condition I.

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