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I have never attempted to trace Weimar Era unit stamps. It should be possible, but might require quite a bit of research.

A very detailed list of all the markings on your Luger (and detailed photographs) would help determine if it is a rework.
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Derek, Here is some history on the unit. The unit wasn't exactly made up from these Imperial units, but honors them as being derived from, or in direct lineage of these units. The 11th J.R. was part of the 4th Reichswehr Division.


11. (Sächsisches) Infanterie-Regiment

1st and 2nd Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 10. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.134

3rd and 4th Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 9. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.133

5th and 8th Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 5. Infanterie-Regiment Kronprinz Nr.104

6th Company: Kgl. Sächs. 6. Infanterie-Regiment König Wilhelm II. von Württemberg Nr.105

7th Company: Kgl. Sächs. 15. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.181

9th Company: Kgl. Sächs. 7. Infanterie-Regiment König Georg Nr.106

10th and 13th Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 2. Pionier-Bataillon Nr.22

11th and 12th Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 8. Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Johann Georg Nr.107

12th Company: Kgl. Sächs. Maschinengewehr-Abteilung Nr.8

14th and 15th Companies: Kgl. Sächs. 11. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.139

16th Company: Kgl. Sächs. 14. Infanterie-Regiment Nr.179


A very nice Reichswehr Infantry marked Luger.

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