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Dear Friends:

I saw a super clean Mauser 1934 yesterday at local shop. They said it was a late commercial model. Magazine was stamped MAUSER on the bottom. The only stamp was a eagle over N behind the rear sight.

It came with a brown holster with no markings. I do not believe the holster was matched to the gun because the pistol has zero holster wear yet the holster is pretty beat up but all stitching intact.

Any idea what this is and value?

Regards,

George
 

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I should think a super clean very late 1934 would fetch about $600 with more for the holster...depending on it's condition?

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Dear Friends:

After returning to the gun shop with my reading glasses, I discovered that he side plate was not matching to the pistol. This took the wind out of my sails! Sure was pretty with black grips though.

Regards,

George
 
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