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The first military ( double E/37 ) acceptance of S&S M.38H Pistols was about May-June of 1940.
The double E/37 variation starts near 271.000 and goes to 273.100.
These pistols do not carry any internal parts with the H markings.
The next group of M.38H Sauers with a single E/37 acceptance do have the H markings.
It's a very rare variation. Please note the mint condition.

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Fritz,

Those early Sauer 38Hs with the high polish blue finish are beautiful. That is a gorgeous one you have and thanks for posting pictures of it. I am looking for one but they are not easy to find obviously.
 

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Thanks for excellent photographs and presentation of a rare Army 38H in minty condition. I have never had the opportunity to add one to my collection.
Jan
 
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Hello!
A little off topic, but I just saw one of these double waffened ones sitting in a display at the D-Day museum in Bayeux, France. Sorry, but unfortunately I didn't have the opportunity to jot down the serial number. A very impressive museum though if you are ever in the area.
 
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