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Hi Guys, I am asking all with G-Dates for a little assistance. First we know there were about 55,000 of these little jewels made. There are six combinations of waffenamt marks, the most of any other Third Reich Luger. I have been compiling lists, trying to establish the serial number range for each set of marks. These marks are:

B|90 and S-91
B|90 and S-92
W|154 and S-92
DE/211 and S-92
DE/63 and S-92
DE/63 and DE/63

I would appreciate any information on these pistols that provide me with the serial number, including the suffix and the waffenamt mark combination for that pistol.

I will not record the name of the individual supplying the information, only the information.

You can list the data here, send me a private email from the forum or email me directly at [email protected]

Thanks in advance for any help!!
 

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Frank
I was starting an article on G dates, and gathered some data. Most of it you probably have. Be sure to post your results here.
Jan

4249a B90, S91
7466a W154, S92
8628a W154, S92
539b W154, S92
7622c W154, S92
943d DE/211, S92
2741d DE/211, S92
3176d DE/211, S92
4003d DE/211, S92
4437d DE/211, S92
200e DE/63, DE/63
3823e DE/63, DE/63
2043f DE/63, DE/63
2927f DE/63, DE/63
 

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quote:Originally posted by Frank

Hi Guys, I am asking all with G-Dates for a little assistance. First we know there were about 55,000 of these little jewels made. There are six combinations of waffenamt marks, the most of any other Third Reich Luger. I have been compiling lists, trying to establish the serial number range for each set of marks. These marks are:
Frank
Here is another G-date.
9236b W154 - S92
 

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Jan & Ed, thanks for the data. It is appreciated. Jan, you bet I will post the data. I have 35 data points, but unfortunately I only have a single data point for several of the combinations.
 

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Bob, Thanks for the try, but I need a script suffix to go along with the number. The suffix is found on the front of the frame below the barrel, and just below the numbers. It should be an a, b, c, or d. Please look again, it should be an S92, not S91.
 

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Frank
Thanks for your efforts to collect G date information and thanks to those that have contributed data. I am sure that there is more G date serial number and waffen stamp data amoung the members. Please post the information here.
Jan
 

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Frank,

There is no sufix and the proof is S91 NOT S92. I don't pictures but will try to get some.

Bob

quote:Originally posted by Frank

Bob, Thanks for the try, but I need a script suffix to go along with the number. The suffix is found on the front of the frame below the barrel, and just below the numbers. It should be an a, b, c, or d. Please look again, it should be an S92, not S91.
 

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quote:Originally posted by Frank

Hi Guys, I am asking all with G-Dates for a little assistance. First we know there were about 55,000 of these little jewels made. There are six combinations of waffenamt marks, the most of any other Third Reich Luger. I have been compiling lists, trying to establish the serial number range for each set of marks.

G date

5102a
B|90 & S-91
 

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Charlie, thanks!! It's much appreciated

KCBob, you have a very strange one. The serial number is in the K-Date Range and the acceptance marks are non-typical. I imagine the frame started out as a K-Date, then set aside and completed as an early G-Date with some more time on the shelf. I sure wish I could see the production records for this one!!!
 

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I can add a few more to the list:
4190a B90 S91
7211a W154 S92
735b W154 S92
3705e DE63 DE63
9491e " "
1689f " "
 

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Steve, thanks, it's much appreciated

My list is up to nearly 60, it's slow, but making progress!!
 

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quote:Originally posted by Jan C Still

Frank
I was starting an article on G dates, and gathered some data. Most of it you probably have. Be sure to post your results here.
Jan

4249a B90, S91
7466a W154, S92
8628a W154, S92
539b W154, S92
7622c W154, S92
943d DE/211, S92
2741d DE/211, S92
3176d DE/211, S92
4003d DE/211, S92
4437d DE/211, S92
200e DE/63, DE/63
3823e DE/63, DE/63
2043f DE/63, DE/63
2927f DE/63, DE/63
Hi,
I am away from my collection but want to include two G-dates' data.
628b
829b
I assume the WaA stamps are the ones of other lugers bracketing these as I recall no unusual inspection stamps.
 

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David, thanks!! I an pretty sure you are right about the marks, but if you find the acceptance marks are not W154 and S92, please let me know.
 

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Jan, thanks!! Good News, the first one lowered the minimum DE/63 & DE/63 Range!!
 
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