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Here are some photos of one of my 1910's. I picked this up 'for cheap' many years back as no one was interested in them at the time. I found the grip inserts to be interesting? It was done with two small 'plexiglas' disks and the gold eagle is the Austrian eagle.

I have no clue as to the history of the gun...some have identified it as being a 1910/14 ??

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Definitely a 1910 in a nice shape. Some of the .25ACP 1910 commercially made pistols were used by police forces. can be one of these formerly belonging to the Austrian police. Although police quickly switched to 1914 model in .32ACP
 
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