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Very nice holster but not rare, nice to see the brown ones. Leather grease is a no no. Store your holster with the belt loops facing up and out of the sunlight. Storage area should be cool and dry.

Leather preseratives tend to break down the fibres in the leather and grease turns the holster to mush.

Clean the holster with mild soap and water if dirty but not to much water or soap, dry slowly and she should last another good while.

Values are based on demand and while the 1937 is desirable it is not in demand. Check out ebay for an average holster price, yours appears good so it will be on the high end of value.

Do you have the luger that goes with the holster and if so send the photo's.
 

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Trying to respond to several posts tonight so sorry for the delay.

Yes your holster will crack and dehydrate over time but you will severly speed up this process with any kind of grease application

Their is a product for expensive automobiles called hidefood which should be available in Europe, and this is a leather enhancer.

Others I know use rennaisance wax but as to prolonging life I do not know about either product.

Simply put if the holster is in good shape now and has survived all these years it will make a few more.
 
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