Swiss 1906/24 Luger, produced in 1927, in very good condition with 90% finish. 5/5 Bore. All visible serial numbers matching. The barrel is non-serialized, suggesting that it has been replaced; there is a Swiss Geneva cross on the underside. Walnut grips matching serial numbers. Good straw finish remaining on the straw finished parts. The left side of the frame has edge wear and finish wear at the forward edge, and there is an area of bronze-colored discoloration to the left of the trigger plate. There is some edge wear on the top of the frame, below the toggle knob. Bluing on the left side grip screw is worn and there are two small tooling marks from previous disassembly. The right side of the frame has moderate finish wear on the forward edge, with light edge wear along the upper edge of the frame that continues toward the rear. Edge wear on the trigger guard and light finish wear at the base of the front strap. The grip safety has worn bluing. The trigger plate has a plum finish, with moderate finish wear on the high area and edge wear around the perimeter.
Both toggle knobs have dulled checkering with finish wear from handling. The top of the receiver has edge wear along the upper edge on the left and right sides. On the left side of the receiver is a small mark in the finish from the trigger plate to Colonel Muhlemann's inspection stamp. On the top of the receiver there are a few marks in the finish on the chamber. On the right side of the receiver there are some dark spots in the bluing. The barrel has a few small spots in the finish, and edge wear on the front sight.
Walnut grips in good condition. The left side grip has areas of dulled checkering from handling wear. The right side grip has good checkering. This suggests that the previous owner was likely left handed. Magazine has walnut base.
The action does not hold open on an empty magazine.
Non-P stamped. Includes military leather holster. Holster is the early 1900 Luger version without the attached spare magazine pouch.
C&R eligible. Very discreet import engraving.