Very nice Bavarian Steyr Hahn holster from WWI probably made around 1916. My other responses are under each photo inside the original post copied here.Does anyone know what these holsters are for and to what pistols were in them?
1. What is this?
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This one is for a Danish used Bergman Baynard. This is a pricey holster in this condition, this complete and this early. Hard to give accurate value as they don’t come up for sale that often. I would estimate “replacement” cost at least around $1000, may or may not be a slow sell at that range.
2. This looks like it has Thai or is it Persian?
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No idea on this one but does not strike me as real old.
3. Weird cleaning rod? Other wise its on a normal looking luger holster
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Cleaning rod looks almost blacksmith made, maybe converted from a cut down and hooked rifle rod, don’t know.
4. This is shaped weird?
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Rast Gasser Austro-Hungarian empire era probably converted from an over the shoulder to a belt style which was often done with all holsters from that Army as time went on. Value- not sure but probably ballpark similar to a Luger holster although much harder to find.
5. This is SA marked, but it appears to be for a Lahti? Do Lahti's have a "Luger" like stock lug?
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I assume a Finnish Luger holster and stock.
6. And last, this weird wide holster?
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