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    Japanese Type 14 Nambu Semi-Automatic Pistol With the Original Capture Papers. Serial no. 19938. 8mm Nambu caliber, 4 1/2-inch barrel. Manufacture date on the right side of frame 11.3 (March, 1936). Manufactured by Nambu Rifle Manufacturing Company/Chuo Kogyo Production under Nagoya Arsenal supervision. Blued finish. Grooved wood grip panels. Sold with the original capture papers dated October 15, 1945.
    Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 45-50% finish mostly worn to a gray/brown patina. Scattered light pitting on the receiver and barrel. Bright bore and appears mechanically sound. Capture paper yellowed and with old fold creases. One small area of loss in the center of the document, otherwise complete and legible.


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    December, 2012
    9th Sunday
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