The Luger holster Huggiebear mentions is shown on page 35 of Imperial Lugers(second edition)and on page 23 of German Small Arms Markings by Gortz. These are reichsrevolver conversions. Both the holsters shown in the books are unit marked to Foot Artillery regiments.
Is there a caption or any information with the photograph?
Hallo Jan !
Thanks for help. Here are few more informations about the pictute and two more scans. picture 1 shows a car in WW I with the driver in front. On the hood of the car is written Military Police Tourcoing. I think, the driver himself is member of the MP.
Download Attachment: Tourcoi1.jpg
And the Holster again in a better quality
Tourcoing is a place in Belgium near the French border.
It is in the Flemish part of Belgium so it should be called DOORNIK.
In these days, and still, people used a lot of French names for Flemish towns.
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