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    Quote Originally Posted by lugerholsterrepair View Post
    Still..do you have a blacklight?
    I've got one Jerry but it'll take me some time to find it.
    " '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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    Jerry,

    Both pre- and postwar. The leather usually gives it away. I have both and the cotton (I believe) is identical without any nylon in it. I also have original Dutch arsenal blueprints for it (the FN Model 1922 variant).

    Years ago i came across a cache of these, many prewar un-issued ones which I imported and sold. Charlie still has some for sale on his site at http://www.checkpointcharlies.com/ec...l-lanyard.html

    I hope this helps.
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    Jerry, found the light...no glow.
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    HAH! Information flooding in! Thank both of you Gentlemen. As Anthony indicates..likely an early un mercerized cotton which would not glow. This is not a lanyard I remember seeing before..Learned something. Thanks for all your efforts.

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    More photos: I forgot that I had posted this here for sale. The blueprint does list "Katoen" (cotton) as the required material.

    http://luger.gunboards.com/showthrea...=dutch+lanyard

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    If it is for a Dutch Sauer, it would have to be for the Amsterdam police Sauers that have a lanyard ring. No other Dutch Sauers had lanyard rings that I am aware of.......Jim

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    George,

    if your lanyard is for sale (since it's for a dutch police Sauer, thanks Jim !), I would like to buy it !

    Doug

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