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SN 29915. Cal. 7.63mm. Standard configuration “GOG” marked six shot having a 4″ bbl and slip in 50-1000 rear sight. Long extractor, large ring hammer and 2-lug firing pin. Usual chamber address with full SN on left chamber flat. Crown/Crown/U on left side of bbl extension; antler proof on right side. Right side of frame with 2-line address. The frontstrap is marked “G.O.G. 39.”, reflecting use by the German Oldenburg Police in the Weimar period, specifically noted in the book History Writ in Steel by Don Maus on page 247. Backstrap slotted for stock. Finely grooved walnut panels. Lanyard ring present. Major components rust blued. Fire blued extractor, cursor, bolt stop, safety, grip screw. Strawed trigger. Detailed disassembly shows all matching parts including the firing pin and each of the grip panels. PROVENANCE: The Friedrich-Wilhelm Dauphin Collection, Germany. CONDITION: Many of the GOG marked police pistols, as this example, were refurbished during use or before their release as surplus. This gun has approx. 75-80% refurbished blue. Several exposed small parts that were originally in the white have now oxidatively toned to a mellow brown. Moderate wear on each of the grips that is consistent with the overall appearance of the pistol. Bright bore, slightly etched with shallow rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. A very desirable and seldom seen six shot with a well documented history! 49828-112 LMA (5,000-10,000) C&R – Lot 3107

Auction: Firearms - October 2016
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