Joe T, The holster itself looks real enough. It's the SS marking that is spurious. The SS history was such that it's procurement of military gear was second to the Whermacht with a few exceptions.Several Divisions were motorized and equipped much better than Whermacht Divisions. This means they got what they could after the German Army got theirs and made do with what they could capture. If you look at a photo history of the SS you see many inferior weapons, captured weapons etc. Of the many thousands of Luger and other holsters I have observed I have never seen an authentic SS marking on Leather holsters. If this was standard practice we would see many of these as there were a million SS men on active duty at one time. As it is we don't, because it was not standard practice to mark Luger holsters in this way.
SS runes, death's heads,Eagles, all sorts of insignia were prevalent and prolific on SS Soldiers uniforms, Standarts,flags, vehicles etc but not on Luger holsters.