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I have an extensive database of Bayard Model 1908 pistols. The Imperial proofed examples typically have two eagles plus a crown over gothic D mark, as per Jan's book.

I've encountered a few pistols with both eagles plus two C/D marks placed side by side. What would be the significance of the extra C/D?

I've now encountered a pistol which has both Imperial eagles, but, no C/D at all. What is the meaning of this?

One C/D is typical. What do zero and two mean?
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