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I was hoping that someone might be able to assist me with an ID of this holster. My feelings are that it is WW2 German, and possibly for a revolver. This might not be the correct forum, but the knowledge base that I see posting on this forum is the reason I placed this query here. Here are some pictures and thanks in advance.

Jim

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Jim,

After the after-war demobilization the British and American military governments distributed revolvers in cooperation with the CCG -Control-Comission for Germany - to the polices of their occupation zones on loan with revolvers of the American manufacturer S & W ,
the military police victory model.
The holster is typical for that time. The Austrian holsters are very similar, however, have another closure and are stamped on the back mostly.
PRYM is a German company which produced especially pushbuttons and blanks to this day.
PRYM 4 is the size of the pushbutton.

Fritz
 
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