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I have a chance to buy a 1930 commercial, serial number 8904xx. The pistol is about 98%. It does have the wood stock/holster with it, however I would rate good to very good with a small crack near lid.

Brought back by a vet in our community and has sat in a closet ever since, no paper though.

Not well versed on these and mostly not interested in them, I find this tempting to own based on the condition.

What is an approximate value for the rig? According to the blue book it should have numbered wood with it. Where will it be serialled? I checked the wood and iron over for any numbers to no avail. It of course has a excellent Mauser banner on the side.

Thank you, Jeff
 

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Jeff,

Regarding the wooden holster/stock on your 1930 commercial Broomhandle. I may be wrong, but I don't think the stocks on that variation were numbered, I've never seen one that was. However, the ones I've seen all seem to be marked with the Mauser Banner.

For what it's worth, my copy of the Blue Book, (Twenty-fourth Edition) says that the 1930 commercial stocks were not numbered.

On the value of the piece, I'm sure some of the other members of the forum could give you a much better idea of that than I could.

Hope this is of some help to you.

Charles
 
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