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This one is in excellent condition and dated 1944. It has the 4 over UT proof. I wish I would have written down the serial number . I was not aware of the 4UT proof until I did some reading of past posts. Just need a price range..the pistol is like new. Cone Ten
 

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Coneten,

The model 1935 with a 1944 date is one of the most common of all the 1934/5 Beretta pistols with 92,000 produced. The serial number range is 507000 to 599000 and a few variations exist, here is the most common:

http://www.p38guns.com/4UT.htm

I also have a high polish with the 4ut stamp on the right side of the frame.

http://www.p38guns.com/4UTHIGH.htm

$450.00 if mint with a holster is fair but they still can be found for under $400.00.

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Mark, Thank you for posting the pics and providing info. The one I am considering is the high polish version in 7.62..it is as new and as far as I know has no holster. I will call the gunshop and see what they might do. Cone Ten
 

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Mark, I finally made it back to the gunshop for the Beretta M1935. It is SN#553865. The 4UT stamp is on the left rear of frame. The finish is a high polish blue and not crude. I would rate the pistol at 98%. I got it for $318 OTD...but have to go back next week to pick it up. Thanks for your input. Cone Ten
 

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Wayne, I was about to agree with Mark on the under $400. price without a holster and then you said you got it for $318. OTD!! I think that is a great price. Good luck with it!! Now you have to find a MINT holster :))


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