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I recently acquired this holster, no gun unfortunately, and believe it to be original. I am looking for confirmation on my thoughts please. Also is there a good way to flatten out the curled up edge of the holster flap? All thoughts and opinions are appreciated.
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Looks righteous to me. Take a paper clip(s) of ~the right size and put it on the curled edge so that it flattens out. Leave it on there. Over time it will mold back into shape.
 
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Thank you to all for the confirmation. Much appreciated. I will now have to find the correct 1922 to go with it. Hermann Goring's gun don't ya know. 😁😂
 

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Thank you to all for the confirmation. Much appreciated. I will now have to find the correct 1922 to go with it. Hermann Goring's gun don't ya know. 😁😂
I have O. Vedder's holster, which was shipped to Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring's Feldpost (52230) in Central Italy 1944, and then commandeered by Hollows.

The gun that was inside the holster is in 99% condition.


 
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