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Local dealer has 1918 DWM. Appears matching as to all visible numbers. Grips appear to match gun but I don't know about numbers. Magazine is correct unmarked wooden bottom. Finish appears original at 80%. Bore is bright unpitted. He offered it to me at $875. What do you think? All views appreciated.Jim
 

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Jim..... First things first........ WELCOME to the forum. Just shooting from the hip without seeing the gun I would think it is a little high for the condition you describe. It would really help if you could post some pictures. The Blue Book is going to suggest something in the range of $500 which is probably a little low.
 

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Jim,
* The mag is mismatched as Imperial Army 1918 DWM's had the S/N and suffix on the wood bases. In addition, a "+" would appear on the reserve mag. This presumes the pistol was Army accepted.
* An unnumbered wood base likely came from a commercial Luger. Odds are it is Weimar...say 1920-1927 vintage. An "almost" period correct mag if original.
Bob
 

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Jeff, I think you are right, for a 99% all matching, I think that is a good deal also. Going down to 80%, well, condition decides price.

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