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Thanks for the membership in this very interesting forum.
Have a few Luger keys and I wonder if some of them are more interesting than others on the picture? Maybe someone can help me with which era especially the 4 first are from?
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The first four are, from left to right are 1st Imperial, 2nd Imperial unmarked, 3rd 3rd Reich Police, 4th Simson.
 

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Thank you sir! :)
Maybe you can help me with info of the next five also?
I am not good at telling the loading tools apart on whether they are imperial, weimar (Simson or DWM weimar) and Mauser - i.e. some came from the factory not blued and there are fakes out there, I assume fakes in Norway also.

your markings on those five are all Mauser that I can see
Eagle 63, Eagle 655 are both Mauser
 

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Hello Kjell, and welcome to the forum.

You have some rather interesting and rare "Luger Loading Tools". Particularly the police tools and the one marked by Simson.

Congratulations. Marc
 

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Kjell, among the last five Mauser tools is the third which is a 1935 era tool for the "G" date Luger. That is a rare tool. The others are common WWII era Mauser military tools.
 

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Hello Kjell, and welcome to the forum thank you for showing a nice assortment of correct luger loading tools. Can not add any information that keoki did not give you already if I would I would have been wrong on one of them.
Happy Hunting!
Peter
 
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