Swiss 1906/24 Luger, produced in 1925, in very good condition with 80% original finish. 5/5 Bore. All visible serial numbers matching. Walnut grips matching serial numbers. Magazine with matching wood base. Left side of the frame has holster wear at the forward edge and finish wear at the bottom of the grip. Right side of the frame has holster wear at the forward edge, and continues along the top edge of the frame. The front strap and back strap has heavy finish wear from handling. Edge wear around the trigger guard. Trigger plate has edge wear around the outside and at the high area. There is an impact mark on the right edge of the trigger guard, giving the profile, leading to a slightly bent/uneven profile. The receiver finish is slightly lighter than the frame. Knurling on toggle knobs have light finish wear from handling. Barrel has holster wear at the muzzle, as well as a small mark in the metal which does not appear to have affected the crown. Walnut grips have good checkering. Left side grip is chipped at the top right, in between the safety selector lever and the grip safety.
Colonel Muhlemann's inspection stamp is found on the receiver to the left of the trigger plate. There is a "G" stamped on the bottom of the barrel, above the serial number. The front of the trigger guard is P 63 stamped.
Includes brown military leather holster with side mounted spare magazine pouch. The inner stitching by the magazine pouch is separating at the opening.
C&R eligible. Very discreet import engraving.