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I think this is a neat 6.35mm pistol. Little brother of the 7.65mm M1914-M1934 series.
Due to the shoulder holster, does anyone think this could have been military used?
Any idea when it was made? Pre 1939. I know. But, any guesses as to its year of manufacture?
Seems. dealers laugh at it.

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Thanks, Andy
 

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You will need to post the full serial number if you want to narrow down the year.

Have you looked at police issue versus the military issue, ie the shoulder holster.

It would appear their is more of a mystique surrounding the third reich era than the proceeding years so value will be lower, generally speaking when you attach some mystery or dark era to a military firearm the value appreciates.

This I have noticed in WW#2 hardware as opposed to other conflicts.
 

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You will need to post the full serial number if you want to narrow down the year.

Have you looked at police issue versus the military issue, ie the shoulder holster.

It would appear their is more of a mystique surrounding the third reich era than the proceeding years so value will be lower, generally speaking when you attach some mystery or dark era to a military firearm the value appreciates.

This I have noticed in WW#2 hardware as opposed to other conflicts.
 

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Model 1910 #244321 should be right on the 'cusp' of the changeover from Crown/U to Crown/N.

I guess that would mean it was made about 1919? Can anyone else 'nail down' the changeover for me?

Orv
 
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