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I deleted the version of this message from the Navy forum. This is the correct location.

For the best chance of getting responses, it helps if you post clear, well focused photos taken in natural light. Close ups of all markings help.
 

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Welcome, it would be helpful to know if all the numbered parts match - see Frequently Asked Questions for a listing of those parts. Also it would be helpful to know bore condition and if the pistol in mechanically OK, does it function properly. We would want to see photos of the magazine in more detail especially any markings, magazines are an important part of value.
 

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Sure looks like a promising gun to be original finish and our new Member, Oswaldo, did say all the small parts match.

I enlarged and lightened-up the original set of photos.

Price in the USA and in Brazil may be different.

Here is a USA retail dealer that has guns like your 1915 DWM P08. They call them "1915 Military" on their listings.

In the USA, their prices are usually quite high and not what most collectors price when buying/selling private collector to private collector.

http://www.simpsonltd.com/index.php...age=5&osCsid=45f38544b59499026599b736bab69463

http://www.simpsonltd.com/index.php...age=6&osCsid=45f38544b59499026599b736bab69463
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