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Submitted here is my example of a decent representative piece which , I trust all will enjoy and learn something from it. It has the large eagle 63 waffenamt proofs which collectors should become familiar with so as to determine whether or not your piece has the correct stamps for the period.

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80.99 KB Now having throughly studied this example,and I know that you have, tell me what you have learned from the number 3's that were shown in the display of this luger, and you may not go back to look at it again ? Your final grade will depend upon your answer !

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Yes, if one looks/studies the "Mauser" luger , one will find that the frame front will always have a round top number 3's whereas the remaining portion of the pistol's number 3's will be flat top.
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