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    Default Value of 1910 Luger

    I am trying to determine value of a 1910 DWM Luger, 9MM in what I would consider very good to excellant condition. Serial #4603c with numbers matching on body and barrel. I am also trying to figure out the "Regiment Markings" - 119.R.5.1. Having no luck tracking down the book "The Imperial German Regimental Markings" by Jeff Noll. The gun belonged to my deceased father in law so I have no background information as to where he obtained the gun. Any info would be appreciated.

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    Hi Philip,

    Your 1910 DWM is unit marked to the 119th Infantry Regt. 5th Company weapon #1.

    Without good clear photos it's nearly impossible to estimate an accurate value.

    Welcome to the forum.

    Ron

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    This retail vendor has a couple of 1910-dated DWM's for sale.

    https://www.simpsonltd.com/index.php...c9a18cdb646032

    Keep in mind they are a retail shop and asking prices are usually high.

    As Ron mentioned in his posting, photos would be useful to ascertain value...and factors such as original finish, % blue and straw finish, and matching small parts, grips, magazine, bore-condition, etc...all come in to play in determining market value.


    Best Regards, Pete...

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    I just go to see the two 1910 on Simson , but help me , why one is 1700 and other 3700 why this difference between us ?
    Best regards...Patrice
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    Quote Originally Posted by LU1900 View Post
    I just go to see the two 1910 on Simson , but help me , why one is 1700 and other 3700 why this difference between us ?
    I belive that one has been reblued.
    " 'To everything there is a season...a time for war and a time for peace'. and this is the time for war". Reverend Peter Muhlenberg, January 21, 1776, Woodstock, Virginia

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