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I would appreciate some insight into the value of this gun. An official release document is included however I didn't include a pic of the paper. The number on top of the gun reads 1937 , S-42. The numgers thru out the gun match the last 2 numbers of the serial number. Thank you for your help. Hope the pics went thru
 

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Welcome to the forum, your pictures did not come through, although some of the fellows on this forum are quite good a little more information ie (description) should be made available.

Is there any markings on the grips, etc. percentage of bluing, magazine type and markings.
 

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Mark, pictures have to be added as you make a posting (reply to topic).

A 1937 S/42 is a nice gun, value depends on many factors. Lots of pictures (clear and bright) would be needed to give you an approx.

Value depends on condition, and that ALL numbers (last two) are correct, to include firing pin, breechblocks, etc.

The release document is the bring back paperwork?

Also, what is the serial number, to include the suffix under the #, plus the proofs on the right?

Damn, James, you type faster than a speeding bullet!

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