W+F Bern Swiss 06/29 Luger w/ Red Grips & Holster - sn 60xxx
Swiss 1906/29 Luger, produced in 1941, in very good condition with 85% original finish. 5/5 Bore. All visible serial numbers matching.
Right side of the frame has mild finish wear at the forward edge and light edge wear along the upper edge. There is a small mark on the upper edge of the frame near the forward edge. Light edge wear on the trigger guard. Left side of the frame has mild finish wear at the forward edge and light edge wear along the upper edge. Light mark on the upper edge to the right of the serial number and a light mark above the middle of the serial number. Very light to light edge wear on the upper edge above the grip, continuing to the rear. Light to mild edge wear on the trigger guard. Light edge wear on the bottom edge of the grip. Light edge wear around the takedown lever. On the side plate, there is light scuffing on the bottom, mild finish wear at the high area, light edge wear around the upper edge, and light finish wear on the side. Mild edge wear on the safety selector lever knob. Light edge wear on the bottom edge of the front strap.
Receiver has light edge wear on the upper edge on both sides. Light finish wear at the rear sides of the receiver from rubbing against the frame. Line of mild finish wear on the left side of the receiver from the side plate. Light to mild finish wear on the toggle knobs. Light edge wear on the toggle link. Fair to moderate finish wear around the muzzle.
Red canevasite grips are in fair condition. The right side grip has areas of worn, flattened checkering near the front strap and along the bottom. The left side grip is chipped above the magazine catch and has worn checkering around the middle. Magazine has matching red canevasite base; the round dish on the left side is chipped at the bottom.
No P stamp found on frame.
Includes military holster. Holster is an older Luger model holster without a spare magazine pouch. The leathermaker's stamp shows that it was made by J. Dubach of Utzenstorf (Emmental, Canton Bern) in 1914.
C&R eligible. Very discreet import engraving.
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