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    Swiss 1929 Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster. Serial no. 51602, 7.65 Luger, 4 ¾-inch barrel with dovetailed front sight. Blued action, barrel and small parts. Straight front strap. Smooth toggle marked with cross in shield. Wide trigger. Extractor marked: GELADEN. Grip safety. Checkered russet brown composition grips, slotted for grip safety. Unserialized magazine with russet brown composition base. Brown leather holster dated 1941. Condition. Excellent, as touched up near muzzle. Frame, barrel and toggle show 90-95% bluing. Excellent grips. Excellent bore. Holster in good condition with losses and mottling to the finish. From the Collection of Douglas Smith, offered without consignor reserve.



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    June, 2013
    9th Sunday
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