DescriptionSwiss Early Model Commercial 1900 DWM Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol with Holster. Serial no. 07, 7.65mm, 4 3/4-inch barrel with dovetailed sight. Bottom of barrel marked: Swiss cross; combination proof; "bug" proofs. Chamber with Swiss cross in sunburst. Swiss cross proof on left side of chamber and rear of toggle. Flat top bolt Blued finish. Straw colored extractor, take down lever, narrow trigger and safety. Grips safety. Unserialized wood base magazine with metal inserts. Checkered walnut grips. Approximately 2000 produced. Contained in brown leather holster with shoulder strap. Holster marked: ??NZ & JAKOB/BERN/1904. Condition: Very good to fine, as possibly refinished. Retaining approximately 92-95% finish with scattered wear to gripstrap and relief edges. Grips fine with bruise to right side near trigger .Action crisp. Bore bright. Holster: Good. Showing wear and scuffs overall. From the Collection of Douglas Smith, offered without consignor reserve.
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