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This is a 1934 Police holster.

It is marked

A. Fischer
Berlin C2
1934
Sunburst L



This holster has been used. Someone put a luger in it and it left marks. Also printed a name and number in ink on the inside of the flap.


The flap stud, tool stud and washer are not black.


(Of course if I could be in such condition when I am 70 years old I would not complain.)


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Charlie, Is the sunburst proof applied to both the back and the inside of the holster or did the photograph just show the stamp impression through the leather?

Very nice holster!
 

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quote:Originally posted by Heinz

Charlie, Is the sunburst proof applied to both the back and the inside of the holster or did the photograph just show the stamp impression through the leather?

Very nice holster!
It is only on the back of the holster.
 

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Thanks Charlie, I was looking at the rounded mark showing in your second photo. Might just be a wear spot. When I looked very close it appears this beauty may have actually seen some use, accompanied by excellent care.
 
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