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Ed, This is a Polish made holster for the Radom pistol. They are quite rare and this one seems to be all there and in good shape except for the extra hole in the closure strap..... Jerry Burney

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WOW! Pretty high price wouldn't you say? These must be rather rare....Jerry Burney

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I have seen very few 'honest' Radom holsters. Most have been worked on or are fakes. So a honest one would command a preminum. Also the cleaning rods are rare and I have seen them go in the range of $150/250.

The holsters and cleaning rods are much rarer than the pistols.

FYI, I know the gentleman who puchased it and he has an extensive Radom collection and several of these holsters. So it will fit his needs very well.



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quote:Originally posted by lugerholsterrepair

WOW! Pretty high price wouldn't you say? These must be rather rare....Jerry Burney

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You mean to say that you have never paid $1,000 for a holster?


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Charlie, ya kill me!

Give me time, give me time....

But, a $1,000 will pay for most of a Simson Police Luger, hmmmmmm, ey Bill, [:p]

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Hey Charlie, I think I'd like to snoop around your basement / attic, sounds interesting, but I bet I wouldn't have the knowledge to know the differences. So, I'll be looking forward to some posts and pictures of your collection ~~grinning~~

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So far, there are a few in the Hi-Power section and also one (Navy marked) with the Mauser 1934 navy.


Since I posted the 1911 Colt USMC, I will now have to take images of the holster that came with it. Actually two came with it, but one is in bad dis-repair. I have to find someone to do it.

(Overall I have only a small collection of holsters as compared to kk. I wonder if he has remembered me in his will.)

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Charlie...Yes, I must admit to paying large sums for holsters...I am mainly interested in Lugers and have the bad luck to want to collect Imperial Navy items. This has led to some serious financial drain on my meager account.

I knew this holster was unusual when I first detected it but it was a surprise to me how much it is apparently worth. Not being familiar with the price of them. Fascinating what has happned to the price of rare Military collectables...Seems to be better than the stock market. Jerry Burney

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quote:Originally posted by lugerholsterrepair

Charlie...Yes, I must admit to paying large sums for holsters...I am mainly interested in Lugers and have the bad luck to want to collect Imperial Navy items. This has led to some serious financial drain on my meager account.

I knew this holster was unusual when I first detected it but it was a surprise to me how much it is apparently worth. Not being familiar with the price of them. Fascinating what has happned to the price of rare Military collectables...Seems to be better than the stock market. Jerry Burney

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A number of factors has led to this. I am not sure whether I could even list many of them. An example is the increase of disposable income. People have less kids, and/or (or both) higher incomes which gives more disposable income. (Look at high end car market.... there are so many & they are able to stay in business.)




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Here are two Radom holsters, each with two spare magazines and Polish Eagle pistols (1938 s/n 28,438 and 1939 s/n 32,950). One is black and one is brown. Both have ink stamps on the inside of the flap cover. After comparing the unmarked cleaning rods to the one in the holster for sale, I do not think they are correct for a Radom.
 

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Thought I'd send along some pictures of my Polish Radom holster and cleaning rod. If came with a 1936 Radom #0510. Came with the 2 extra mags in the holster. Also had some tags and other info on the Veteran. I would bet next week's pay that it is right as rain.

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