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This is a rare holster for LP08 used on the Turkish front during WWI. This holster has been described both in my book and in a few articles in European magazines. It has an excellent quality and it is very soft as well (Other pictures are available in my LP08 web site).
The holster is marked with the same farsi logo than the Browning holster used with the Browning bought by Ottoman Empire.
Do you know if there are other examples of Turkish holster for LP08?
Thank you.
Ciao
Mauro



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Interesting item. However, please note that "Farsi" is the name of the language spoken in Iran, not the name of the style of numbers and letters used in Turkey at that time. The numbers and alphabet used in Turkey, Iran and the Arab world were the same until Attaturk ordered Turkey to use the European style in the 1920's.

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Greg
 
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