Thanks for the information! In case you would be interested, I have one other 08/34, #41326, marked S.W. 2581. No German re-proofs, and came with the original holster and both numbered magazines. I understand S.W. means "Sicherheitswache", or Austrian State Security Service, and the gun probably "joined" the German Police after the union of Austria and The Reich.
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