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Displayed for the very first time is an actual converted Nazi police eagle L example which, to my knowledge , has never been pictured before in any publications. Along with an original excellent example of a Model 1930 holster which was the most common variation used by the then Austrian Police. Both items are considered to be scarse in my opinion. Trust that one will learn and enjoy from this presentation.

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Huggiebear,
congratulations on this unusual piece.
I think that the weapon and this holster haven't appeared here in Germany yet.
We collectors are always interested to purchase pieces in a condition as good as possible .
But most weapons of your collection are unusual in their condition.
The holsters seem even better to me.
Every collector knows how difficult it is to approach such a leather.
Thank you very much for sharing it.

Fritz
 
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