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My latest find...

From what I've been able to dig up, this the same basic version that was in production during WWI. Are we able to narrow down a year that this might have been manufactured?

Air gun Trigger Gun barrel Gun accessory Wood stain


Revolver Trigger Air gun Tool Everyday carry
 

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Army accepted pistols will have a small acceptance mark on top of the receiver, just before the rear sight.

A commercial crown/crown U can be found on all pistols behind the rear sight.
 
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1921. Regards,
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Army accepted pistols will have a small acceptance mark on top of the receiver, just before the rear sight.

A commercial crown/crown U can be found on all pistols behind the rear sight.
I'll know for certain once I get it in hand (these are the seller's photos, not my own), but I think I see a commercial mark in one of the photos I've got. I don't have a great view of that bit of the gun.
 

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Many of the post WWI examples with the single line address were used and marked by Weimar police departments. Yours appears to be an un-marked commercial example. Any government owned example would bare a "1920" marking. Regards,
 
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