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A top and right side view would help a lot to determine what you have. Based solely on the serial number with a d suffix, there are four possibilities: G date S/42 (1935), 1938 S/42, 1940 42 and 42 byf. Those are the four dates when the d suffix letter was used by Mauser.
 

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The magazine in your other Luger may actually be for this one... especially if it's a 41 or 42 date "byf"...
 

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A top and right side view would help a lot to determine what you have. Based solely on the serial number with a d suffix, there are four possibilities: G date S/42 (1935), 1938 S/42, 1940 42 and 42 byf. Those are the four dates when the d suffix letter was used by Mauser.
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A top and right side view would help a lot to determine what you have. Based solely on the serial number with a d suffix, there are four possibilities: G date S/42 (1935), 1938 S/42, 1940 42 and 42 byf. Those are the four dates when the d suffix letter was used by Mauser.
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It obviously is a 42 Luger made in 1940. It says so right on it.

Why did you mix in pics of two different guns?
 
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