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DWM 1904 DUTCH TRIALS PROTOTYPE DWM 1904 DUTCH TRIALS PROTOTYPE
30 Luger; 90% blue, 90% straw, good bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, Exceptional 1904 Dutch Trials Prototype Luger pistol serial number 10088B. 4 inch .30 cal. barrel with 5-digit serial number on bottom, military foresight with 13.5 mm front sight band diameter. As-manufactured short frame, not a modified long type. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle latch. 45 degree beveled receiver rails. 5-digit B suffix prototype serial number on front of frame. Grip safety. All numbered parts are matching down to the checkered walnut grips. Plain wood bottom magazine. Serial number (without B suffix) recorded in Dutch Archives as one of the 1904 trials pistols. This gun is featured on pages 100, 101, 223, 225, 229 and 289 of "The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols" by Joachim Gortz & Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. Condition: Very good plus. Retaining 90% bright original blue finish with silvering on sharp edges and corners and extra wear on front grip strap. Rear grip strap is faded with very light corrosion. Retains 90% original straw on the small parts. Grips are lightly worn with some dings and dents to checkering. Wood grain is still visible. Magazine shows light wear. Mechanically fine. BS C&R/FFL, s/n 100xxB, Catalog Number V-10   
C28635 $15,000.00
DWM 1904 DUTCH TRIALS PROTOTYPE DWM 1904 DUTCH TRIALS PROTOTYPE
30 Luger; 85% blue, 70% straw, very good bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, Important DWM Dutch Trials Prototype Luger pistol serial number 10046B. 4 inch 7.65mm Cal barrel of the distinctive prototype light military pattern with ramped foresight. DWM scroll on center toggle link. Dished toggles with toggle latch. Unmarked safety area. Grip safety. Unnumbered wood bottom magazine. All numbered parts are matching down to the checkered walnut grips. This is possibly the first surviving short frame prototype, which was converted from a long frame and is mechanically identical to the Dutch 1904 trials pistols, of which it is probably the internal factory prototype. This gun is featured on pages 99, 101, 223, 225, 229 and 264 of "The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols" by Joachim Gortz and Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. Condition: Very good. Retaining about 85% original blue finsih with silvering on sharp edges. Scattered scratches and fading on grip straps. Retains about 70% straw, some parts appear to have been reheated. Dark grips show some wood grain and have some minor dings and chips in the checkering. Magazine is excellent with very little wear. Mechanically fine. BS C&R/FFL, s/n 100xxB, Catalog Number V-01   
C28638 $10,000.00
DWM 1905 DUTCH TRIALS LUGER DWM 1905 DUTCH TRIALS LUGER
30 Luger; 95% blue, 85% straw, good bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, A vary rare 1905 Dutch trials DWM 1900 Luger pistol. Serial number 22468. 4 inch .30 Cal. barrel. Blank chamber and center toggle link. Dished toggles. Grip safety. Short frame and receiver with late internal Old Model machining. Crown/D inspection mark on left side of receiver, this is the highest serial number Dutch trials gun found in the research of the Sturgess book "The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols" to have this mark, and the only one with higher serial number than the U.S. Powell cartridge counter guns (serial number range 22400-22450) and the late pattern internal receiver rail machining introduced with the Powell guns. All numbered parts are matching including the checkered walnut grips, which have three digit serial numbers as do the sideplate and the rear toggle link. This gun is featured on pages 96, 223, 225, 227, 229, 289, 290, 462, 567, and 600 of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess book. This is a very rare configuration of caliber, barrel and frame length, only 109 of which were made for Dutch trials and delivered in March/July 1905. Provenance: From the collection of Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. Condition: Excellent. Retains 95% original blue and 85% original straw. Grips are lightly worn and show nice color. Magazine is excellent with a couple of very minor chips on the wood bottom. Mechanically fine. BS C&R/FFL, s/n 224xx, Catalog Number V-03   
C28634 $8,000.00
DWM 1906 DUTCH DWM 1906 DUTCH
9 mm; 85% blue, 60% straw, very good bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, Original blue finish and fitted with original checkered walnut grips. Marked on top of the toggle with the DWM logo. The chamber is blank. Matching numbers on all the parts that should be numbered including the grips. The Dutch crown over W appears on the left side of the receiver. The safety area on the left side of the toggle housing is marked "RUST". The left side of the extractor is marked "GELADEN". The left side of the frame has the brass placard which is not marked. Complete with a proper unmarked sheet steel wood bottom magazine. The finish shows some wear and thinning overall with some small areas of spotting. The front and rear grip straps retain approximately 50% finish. The grips have a few handling marks, with good checkering. Mechanically fine., s/n 36xx, Catalog Number V-05   
D12000 $3,995.00
DWM 1906 DUTCH DWM 1906 DUTCH
9mm Luger; 60% blue, fair bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, This example is frome the first Dutch contract delivered by DWM 1912-1913.. Original blue finish (as reworked by the Dutch arsenals at some point), strawed small parts and Dutch replacement coarse checkered walnut grips. Matching numbers . Complete with the proper Dutch variation wood bottom magazine with metal clip over the tail of the base. The top of the toggle is stamped with the DWM monogram. The top of the barrel is dated 1913. The right side of the receiver is stamped with the Dutch crown/W proof. "RUST" marked safety area on the left side of the toggle housing. The left side frame has a brass plate which is marked for Medical Corps, Chimahl Hospital, weapon number 1. The matching number breechbolt has a German Imperial military acceptance mark on the left side and the rear toggle has a British BNP proof above the matching number, no other parts are British proofed. The metal finish shows wear and patina with spotting and areas of minor pitting, heavier pitting on the grip safety. The overall condition as is common on the Dutch East Indies issued pistols due to the climate in which they were used. The magazine base has a crack across the front. Mechanically fine. The bore shows wear to the rifling and corrosion throughout. C&R/FFL, s/n 4xx, Catalog Number V-07   
D10722 $3,495.00
DWM 1908 DUTCH NAVY DWM 1908 DUTCH NAVY
9mm Luger; 80% blue, 10% straw, fair bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, Dutch Navy contract with original blue finish and checkered walnut grips. Matching serial numbers except the sideplate, grips and magazine. DWM monogram on top of toggle. Crown/N proofs on bottom of barrel and left side of receiver and breechbolt. "RUST" marked safety on left toggle housing. "GELADEN" marked on both sides of extractor. The magazine included with the pistol is a WW2 Mauser variation serial numbered 1456m/+ with a stick eagle/63 proof. The grip panels do not fit the frame perfectly. The metal finish shows some edge and high point holster wear. Mechanically fine, the bore shows wear and some corrosion in the grooves. Over all an exceptional example of this Dutch variation. C&R/FFL, s/n 13xx, Catalog Number V-11   
C29111 $3,695.00
DWM DUTCH NAVY DWM DUTCH NAVY
9mm Luger; 70% blue, poor bore, fair grips, 4'' barrel, Manufactured by DWM for a Dutch Navy contract, without a grip safety. Original blue finish, strawed small parts and checkered walnut grips. The top of the toggle is stamped with the DWM logo. Crown/N proofs appear on the bottom of the barrel, left side of the receiver and left side of the breechbolt. RUST marked safety area with arrow on the left side of the toggle housing. GELADEN marked extractor. The front grip frame strap is stamped K.M. for the Dutch East Indies Royal Navy. This pistol has some mis-matched parts. The gun being numbered 706: the frame has the following mis-matched parts, grip panels are both numbered 00, the takedown lever is numbered 09 and the hold open is numbered 07. The toggle assembly has a mis-matched firing pin, numbered 07. The barreled receiver has a mis-matched sear, numbered 07. This pistol is marked with the Indonesian Republican Army five pointed star on the left side of the receiver, applied to captured Dutch pistols after WW2 while fighting for independence from Dutch rule. The magazine with this gun is a blued sheet steel DWM military variation, numbered 1496c/+. Condition: As is common on these pistols due to the climate they served in and the sporadic care they received while in Indonesian service, the metal finish has turned dull with areas of browning, showing edge and high point wear. There is etched pitting here and there over the gun. The grips show wear as well, the right panel having an old chip of wood missing from the upper front corner. Mechanically fine. The bore is worn with light pitting throughout. C&R/FFL, s/n 7xx, Catalog Number V-06   
C18099 $2,995.00
VICKERS LTD 1906 DUTCH VICKERS LTD 1906 DUTCH
9mm Luger; 98% blue, 95% straw, fair bore, fair grips, 4'' barrel, Dutch Arsenal Rework. Rare proper wood bottom Dutch magazine with metal spring clip From a very small batch of Lugers in their own serial number range (starting at 1, Vickers KNIL contract pistols started at 4182) supplied by Vickers for the Dutch West Indies (Netherlands Antilles) administration. This gun appears on p. 654 & p. 695 of The Borchardt & Luger Automatic Pistols by Joachim Gortz & Dr. Geoffrey Sturgess. C&R/FFL, s/n 10, Catalog Number V-09   
C27815 $15,000.00
VICKERS LTD 1906 DUTCH VICKERS LTD 1906 DUTCH
9mm Luger; 70% blue, poor bore, good grips, 4'' barrel, Original blue finish and strawed small parts, Dutch coarse checkered arsenal replacement grips. Matching numbers except the sideplate and magazine. The magazine included with the pistol is a blued sheet steel variation with unmarked aluminum base. Top of toggle is stamped "VICKERS/LTD". Top of barrel is dated 1925. Dutch crown/W proofed on left side of receiver. Crown/V proofs on toggle. Brass sideplate marked "Mgd.M1./67". "RUST" safety marking on left toggle housing. "GELADEN" marked on both sides of the extractor. Typical oxidation of the metal finish due to the extreme climate in the Dutch East Indies where these pistols were issued, with areas of pitting and spotting. The grips are over all good however the left grip panel has a chip of wood missing under the safety lever. The bore is worn and pitted. Mechanically fine. C&R/FFL, s/n 43xx, Catalog Number V-12   
C29124 $3,495.00

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