SKU: D10722



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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