SN:216951. Front of magazine housing is marked "134.R.M.G.G.14." (Grenadier regiment 134 waffe nr. 14). Bore has strong rifling with frosting. Right side of chamber is marked with a crown over Gothic M. Serial numbers are matching. Leather is dated 1917 and marked "R.Kuhlewein & Co Erfurt". Shoulder stock has a crown over an indecernible Gothic letter cartouche. Very good overall...
1970's vintage German made pistol. Has some light wear, overall very good condition.
Early Commercial German pistol with 3.5" barrel. The bore is excellent. The pistol has 92% of its blue with some spots of shallow pits on the top left of the slide. The wrap around grips are in very good condition with some handling wear. Overall very good condition.
Rare early "humpback" model. Has about 95% original blue with some wear and thinning blue on the grip frame and some light speckling on the slide by the serial number. Serial numbers all matching including the barrel. Grips are excellent. An extremely rare and desirable Mauser pistol.
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-Werke P.38 9mm Para caliber svw code pistol. French production as the Mauser factory. Star mark on slide, svw on slide. Matching numbers. Gun has correct metal grips. Excellent bore. Gun has 99% blue. Under side of slide rail has the Interarms import marks. Very well done so as not to be obtrusive in any way. Excellent to mint condition with box.