DescriptionDWM Model 1900 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster, Stock and Magazine Pouch. Serial no. 10034, 7.65mm Luger, 7-inch barrel with dovetailed front sight. Blued barrel and action. Narrow trigger, safety and takedown latch with straw colors. Recessed breech block. Frame engraved on the right, just ahead of the trigger, with a shield with a B inside. Dished toggle marked: DWM. Grip safety. Milled panel under safety at lower position. Checkered walnut grips. Unserialized magazine with wood base. Black leather holster with cleaning rod tube attached to wood stock with attachment iron. Iron with push-button lock serialized to gun. Holster fastened to stock with straps at top and a leather loop fastened to the board with a screw and washer. Brass cleaning rod with blued oil container. Black leather magazine pouch with two magazines. Both magazines have wood base with concentric circles details. Condition: Excellent. Shows 99% bluing with losses at safety. Shows 80-90% straw colors. Excellent bright bore. Excellent grips. Holster in Very Good condition with some crazing to leather and losses to finish. Wood stock in fine condition with some impressions and marks. Magazine pouch in fine condition. Magazines in excellent condition. From the Collection of Douglas Smith, offered without consignor reserve.
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