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  LOT 387
DWM 1902 Luger Semi-Automatic Carbine with Huey Custom Case - Serial no. 24750, 30 Luger cal., 11 3/4 inch round bbl., blue/straw finish, walnut stock, walnut grips. The DWM Luger Carbine was intended as a substitute for the light hunting rifles then available on the market, being highly compact when disassembled and light and easy to maneuver when together. It is fitted with a ramped blade front and 300-meter sliding notch rear sights, with the “DWM” monogram on the toggle.
No import markings (either the classic “GERMANY” or the later style
name and address) or non-German proofs are visible. Fitted with a matching
numbered, checkered, Schnabel tip forearm with integral booster spring, a pair of checkered grips, and
a nickel finished magazine with unmarked wood base. Includes a modern production shoulder stock with matching checkering and attaching iron numbered to the gun as well as a leather wrapped Huey custom case fitted for the
carbine and stock.
CONDITION: Very fine, retains 98% plus of the professionally restored blue finish and 90% plus of the restrawed colors with the balance having thinned to a smooth grey patina. The forearm is very good with a few scattered minor dings and light handling marks, while the grips and stock are fine with minimal handling evidence. Mechanically excellent. The case is very fine with tape residue on lid exterior.
Estimate: 5,500 - 8,500
    LOT 388
Excellent World War II Mauser “byf” Code,
“41” Date P.08 “Black Widow” Luger Semi-
Automatic Pistol - Serial no. 230x, 9 mm cal., 4 inch round bbl., blue
finish, plastic grips. Blade front and notch rear sights, the “41” date on
the chamber and “byf” factory code on the front toggle link. Nazi “eagle”
firing proofs are present on the barrel, breechblock and extension, and
the barrel and extension are also stamped with “eagle/655” proofs. The frame is stamped “P.08” on the left. The black plastic grips and magazine base are unnumbered, with the other components matching overall.
CONDITION: Excellent, with 95% plus original blue finish, showing some bright edge wear and light handling marks
overall. The grips are
also excellent, with some
minor dings on the crisp
checkering. Mechanically
Estimate: 1,800 - 2,750
LOT 389
DWM Model 1906 American Eagle
Commercial Luger Semi-Automatic Pistol - Serial no. 46859,
7.65 mm Luger Auto cal., 4 3/4 inch round bbl., blue finish, hardwood
grips. Manufactured for export to the United States, with the distinctive
large American eagle crest over the chamber area. Blade front and notch
rear sights, with the DWM monogram on the toggle link, “LOADED” on the
extractor, and a polished bright oval in the lower safety position. The “GERMANY” export
mark is present on the front of the frame. Equipped with straw and niter blue finish small parts, smooth back strap with grip safety, checkered grips and a nickel finished magazine with an unmarked wood base. Matching numbers present on multiple components.
CONDITION: Very fine, with 85% of the original blue finish, showing bright wear on the high edges, a brown patina and mild spotting concentrated on the grip straps, and light handling marks overall. 70% of the bright original straw colors are present, with a gray patina on the remainder of the small parts. The grips
are fine, with some dents and flat spots
concentrated on the right panel. The sear
plunger is stuck, otherwise mechanically
328 Estimate: 2,000 - 3,000
LOT 390
Excellent World War I Imperial German DWM “1918” Dated Model 1914 Military Luger Semi- Automatic Pistol Rig Serial Number 15 with Matching Magazine, Belt and Holster
- Serial no. 15, 9 mm Luger
cal., 4 inch round bbl.,
blue finish, walnut grips.
“1918” dated chamber,
letter” Imperial
German military
proofs, matching
wood base
Includes “1915” dated leather holster, takedown tool and leather belt with “GOTT MIT UNS” (God with us) belt buckle.
CONDITION: Excellent, retains 90% plus original blue and 80% original straw finishes with a few small patches of minor pitting. Grips are also excellent with crisp checkering and minimal handling evidence. Mechanically functions fine, the magazine
must be firmly pushed in
place for the bolt hold open to properly work. Included holster and belt are both fine. Estimate: 3,000 - 4,500

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