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A more rounded slide would tend to indicate a Sauer Model 1913, a popular model for private purchase discontinued in the 1930's. It was also purchase for the German military during WWI. Several variations exist. The best price reference for Sauer's I have found is the Standard Catalog of Firearms, published annually by Krause Publications. The pictures are a great help, and the information on Sauer's is first rate.
 

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Bob,
Please keep us advised. Any information on a previously unknown Sauer model/number is of interest to me, and to other Sauer collectors I'm sure. Any chance of pictures?
 
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