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I'm trying to better identify what I have. I understand this to be an artillery luger with matching serial numbers 6882 (and then 82 stamped on all other pieces). It is a 1917. Please see pictures and thank you very much in advance for your knowledge, expertise and help! If you can help establish its value, I would appre Firearm Gun Trigger Gun accessory Gun barrel
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Russ, you can't join and ask questions about three guns the first day! Just kidding, you have a 1917 chamber dated artillery with the board stock and part of the leather. Does the board iron have the same # as the gun?

I would like a few more photos before commenting on value, both sides and from the back, all the visible #s, no flash. Is the magazine numbered to the gun?
 

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More pictures - thank you for the help!!

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Thanks for the help, really appreciate it. Don't worry, these are the only 3 lugers that I have.

Russ, you can't join and ask questions about three guns the first day! Just kidding, you have a 1917 chamber dated artillery with the board stock and part of the leather. Does the board iron have the same # as the gun?

I would like a few more photos before commenting on value, both sides and from the back, all the visible #s, no flash. Is the magazine numbered to the gun?
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Magazine and stock numbers don't match any of my lugers.
 

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Russ, get some photos of this one tomorrow in natural light, no flash, in front of a window perhaps.

Either this one is really nice, or its refinished too, can't tell from these pics.

Did these all come from the same place?
 

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An all mactching 1917 artillery with good finish $2700 to $3200 I'll let someone who knows more about board stock values comment on yours.
 
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