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I have been after this Luger for 25 years. It is 100% matching and in mint condition. Came with 1914 dated holster and Imperial marked tool. Story was that it was taken from a German pilot during WW1.
Luger is a 1914 DWM Serial # 1425b
 

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Bill.... Don't know that it get's any better than that. Hopefully some of the members will join in and tell you what all the great ink stamps are all about . Time to buy a lottery ticket . Thanks for sharing.....
 

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Bill, holster marking indicates Flieger unit. It's an ***-kicker!
 

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Bill, HOW SWEET IT IS!! Congratulations..must be a story here...
 

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Wow Bill, great addition to the collection!
 

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Beautiful rig, that is one you can truly sat it would be hard to improve- and a marked holster to boot!:cool:
 

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The gun is super nice. Is the magazine numbered to the gun? That's an very important factor on top condition item.
 

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Perseverance is the word here. And it paid.
Congratulations, it is simply gorgeous.
 

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I do not know what the markings in the holster mean. Hope someone can help with them. The magazine is matching to the pistol.
Thank you all for your very nice comments.
 

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DAMN.....thats as good as it gets..love the holster
Al
 
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