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I don’t see anything obvious I can point out.

But as some others on here have stated previously, the use of the white laquer/filler on the stamps and markings does make me suspicious that there is some sort of flaw on the gun being concealed by it. I would confirm interest in it but wait to finalize purchase until you can inspect in hand if that is an option. I would also want them to take it apart completely to show if frame rails are in the white and that ALL parts match (including extractor, firing pin, holdopen, etc) before I dropped the hefty price that will accompany an original DWM 1914 LP.08. Just my opinion.
 

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The gun appears to have a "b" suffix to the serial number. Is that correct for a 1914 DWM artillery?
Tim H.
 

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We need better photos of the serial number on the front of the frame and close-up photo of the acceptance stamps on the right side of the receiver.
 

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Red flags: ( My opinions )
Serial number # 2621 b ; outside the normal DWM LP08 1914 series
fine tuned front sights on the wrong side
acceptance stamps on the right side must be CS/CS/CS
 

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Quinten, I put in white filler, just like it. I know things can be hidden, but I don't think of it as a red-flag?

Ed
 
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