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I am going to take a look at 1917 Art. P08 with wood stock and leather holster with strap. I do not know if the stock has matching serial numbers or not, but want to know what would be a good price to buy it if the gun is in 95% condition. Any responses would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Pistol $1000-$1700 depending on what it is. Stock holster combination $700-$1500 assuming holster is in good condition as well as the stock. Upper edge of that range if ALL attaching leather is original and in good shape. If the magazine matches you can add $200 to the pistol. If the stock matches as well as the magazine it could hit $4000. Be especially cautious with matching numbered mags and stocks, there are a lot of counterfeits out there.
 

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I wouldn't pay more than $3000 unless the gun were either unit marked or in mint condition. The value of the stock holster can vary greatly depending on leather condition. Also bare in mind that the originality and condition of the attaching leather is critical to the overall value.
 
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