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Bernie, Klaus Herzbach formulated a list of WW1 era holster manufacturers. He lists Kelinheinz Lederwarenfabrik, Munchen as Number 110. There are a total of 228 listed. I suspect he has a typo as Kleinheinz makes more sense. Finding more information on these small holster makers is often impossible. Many records were lost during the conflict. Jerry Burney
 

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Fellows, I need you to send me an address.

I don't suppose there is anyone out there who would like to enter this into a data base so all members could have it without bankrupting me....

Thanks, Jerry Burney
 

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ADMIN, thanks Pete, I changed each one, is this all of the listing?

There is a page 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, but no 1 or 2.

ahhhh, actually number 3 should be 1, 4 2, 5, 3, etc. They then go in order.

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New Nember : I have an older Luger and Holster that I would like to be identified. D. W. M. Ser. # 1143 b. All matching inc. 2 Mags. No date on pistol. Has hold open added after mfg. Grips have a C or G. on inside. Take down plate has last two numbers on bottom. Gun is 95 percent blued. Norman holster ware. Holster is dated made in 1911. Unable to read makers name. Partial maker name is BACH and O SDORF/BONN. In large block is 25R 1912 all of this information is on inside flap of holster. Any information please.
 
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