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Have a Frommer Stop in 7.65 that does not have any Imperial German proof markings.

There appears to be a unit mark stamped on the frame just behind the trigger, between the wooden grip,; 2.T.O.G.1.1.15.

Serial number, 28 9822. On the left trigger guard web it is marked, 28. a shield, with a line running top to bottom, 2C, which I presume to be Hungarian proofs.

Can anyone provide the interpretation of this unit mark?

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Subsequent investigation has determined that this pistol was manufactured in 1920. Apparently the date stamp for 0 was broken putting a gap in the circle.

Still no idea what this unit mark means, except the letter T is most likely indicates a train regiment. The letters O and G are unknown to me. Been told that the "new" Hungarian Army didn't employ until markings, so it may be Weimar Army.
 
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