Late model. Bore is very good with strong rifling. Pistol works properly. It has been test fired, and ejected properly. Metal has most of it's original finish with some patina. Grips are very good with normal handling wear. Most of the serial numbers are matching except for the hammer and locking rack. Overall very good condition.
Scarce Police marked variation. 1940 dated "Mauser Banner" Luger. Right side of slide is eagle L marked. Serial numbers are matching including the magazine. Metal has approximately 97% original blue with some patina on the side plate. Bore is excellent. Left grip has a small chip by safety. Near excellent overall condition. A desirable Police pistol.
Late wartime commercial model. Metal has been refinished and looks good. Markings on top of chamber are sharp. Bore is poor with shallow rifling and pitting. Has been test fired and works fine.
Desirable flat side model with large ring hammer. Serial numbers are matching. Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Metal has approximately 90% original finish with some scattered surface etching. Grips are good, no chips or cracks. A scarce variation.
Mauser 1910 Transitional .25 Auto caliber pistol. Transitional model with high polish blue and different slide markings, than earlier models. Slide and frame have some pits. Bore is excellent. Good overall condition.
Mauser 1910 .25 Auto caliber pistol. Pre-war commercial auto, has holster wear, otherwise good condition.
Mauser 1896 7.63 caliber pistol. Late model large ring flat side. Produced about 1900-1901. Matching serial numbers. The bore has strong rifling and shows frosting. Excellent grips. About 95% finish. Comes with a period stock that is numbered to a different gun. The stock shows couple of cracks and a repair to the lid. The gun is excellent and hard to find in this condition. Beautiful flat...
Rare Italian Flatside. Bore is very good plus. Frame, floorplate, takedown tab all are different numbers. Receiver bolt, sight and firing pin guide all match. Gun has an expert refinish. Gun has the Italian Navy “DV” and “AV” marks. These normally sell for $5,000.00-$6,000.00. Rare gun very reasonably priced.