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Craig Brown had also reported two additional Jagers: 7443 Two Pin Imperial Accepted; 9078 Two Pin no Imperial acceptance marks.

If it is made after 1918...it is a reproduction.
 

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I have been tracking these Jager posts, and it appears that 5167 is the lowest serial number so far for the two-pin variation as well as the lowest number with Imperial acceptance mark (58 serial numbers reported to date).

Woops...correction! I just went back and noticed the anomolous #785 and #1274 having two pins. That seems awfully early for these two examples to have two pins, and then no more examples until the 5000 range.
 

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As I was adding #8156 to my database I discovered I have one more serial number on my list that is not included in yours:
6630 Imperial Accepted, Two Pin Variation, riveted slide, Crown/M
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They are impossible to get out. They are fixed and meant to be index pins. I have seen far to many Jagers beat all to thunder because people do not know how to disassemble them.
 
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