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 The right side of the chamber area, slide and muzzle all have a standard “Eagle/N” proof mark. The slide is fitted with the standard sights and the 60 degree safety. It is fitted with a set of mottled brown plastic checkered grips with the reinforced metal strap on the back sides and has an all blue finish. It is complete with an original leather bound Walther marked factory presentation case that has a light red velvet interior which holds
the pistol, three nickel plated “RWS” marked dummy cartridges, a spare magazine with the brown finger extension, and a nickel plated
cleaning rod.
CONDITION: Excellent, retaining 99% of the original factory blue finish, with the breech face still in the white, showing no apparent firing. The grip is also excellent with just a hint of warpage on the lower front edges.
Mechanically excellent. The case and various accessories are all excellent. An exceptional, rare, and very unique cased Walther model PPK that reportedly was to be a Herman Goering presentation pistol. Provenance: The Joe Marlin Hilliard Collection.
Estimate: 30,000 - 50,000

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