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Here are some photos of a quite well worn Luger with an interesting History...I obtained this gun from Mr John Hayward who was kind enough to detail how he captured the gun as well as documenting the Battle in which it was taken....along with Prisoners, a suitcase full of Francs and other trophies and spoils of war!!...

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Hi Peter,
Really interesting.....
I think i would place a higher value (not necessarily monetary)on a Luger with a proven storey to tell, than a pristeen example with no history.
Very nice find.

Are both mags matching?

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Steve.
 

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"think i would place a higher value (not necessarily monetary)on a Luger with a proven storey to tell, than a pristeen example with no history."
I am of the same opinion.
Jan
 

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Hi Jan and Steve...Yes, I place a higher value(not monetary) on the Historical guns...so far I have only sold Lugers to the USA without any documented History....I think I would feel guilty otherwise...I am trying to track down some more but it is often tough for the old Vets to remember and talk about these things...Steve,the mags are not matching.....Cheers!!..
 
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