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Presented here is an example from my collection of a out of sequence high polish Police 38H Sauer and its holster. Apparently in the serial range from 345,000 to 348,000 you will find high polish examples with two matching magazines which otherwise should be military blued finish pistols both before and after this block of numbers. One can only speculated as to the reason but it appears to be out of the ordinary for the normal production finished pistols. Trust that you will enjoy it.

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150.55KB A seldom seen proof mark of the letter B outside the properties of the eagle that is found on only two different variations of holster, this one and the Primosa , Stuttgart marked holster which I consider to be two years difference in time produced.

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142.14KB All examples observed within this serial range have identical style serial numbering on the magazines sidewall utilizing the Roman Numeral I and II with what appears to be a guidance line scribed underneath the serial numbers.
 
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