Here's what I think I know: according to my research, it was made in 1935 (s/n 9016XX); it was acquired by a local gentleman's father, a US soldier in Germany after the surrender, but the current whereabouts of the capture papers are unknown; it originally had 3 silver rounds with it, but these were discarded by the GI prior to him submitting it for inspection. I've seen a few other examples of these "first prize" guns, but never one like this. I only have the few photos he allowed me to snap recently, but if I can generate some interest and/or dig up some info on this pistol, I'm relatively sure he would allow more and better photos to be taken. The case, extra magazine and cleaning rod are present and appear to be in good shape. He has placed waxed paper in the case to prevent rubbing the finish. At this time, I do not know if he would entertain offers. My thanks in advance!