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    The Eagle L magazine base stamp is fairly rare,...

    The Eagle L magazine base stamp is fairly rare, for the most abundant Eagle variation...strange, but true...I only have one such magazine, as they are difficult to find...Neither of of my 1940 E/L...
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    Yes...it is/was a Police Luger...totally missed...

    Yes...it is/was a Police Luger...totally missed that sear safety on the left side of the pistol...shouldn't have...I own a few Police Mauser Banners from WW2 era...this time period is not really in...
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    The Crown above the "N" strike shows that it is a...

    The Crown above the "N" strike shows that it is a Commercial Luger pistol...not much else I can say...there are others on this forum who can help you out...WW1/Weimar era pistol, I believe...
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    Wisdom always comes with hindsight...

    Wisdom always comes with hindsight...
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    I LOVE Bulgarians, but I also believe the price...

    I LOVE Bulgarians, but I also believe the price is a tad high, for what you want it for...this one has been overtly scrubbed...meh...

    If you really want it, I believe $600.00 is generous...and I...
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    Doubs is correct...I did miss the "toggle...

    Doubs is correct...I did miss the "toggle train"...it definitely is from another hot-salt blued Mauser...I simply forgot to check the last two serial numbers on the "toggle train"...my bad...

    If...
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    Looks to be a Pre-WW2 1937 upper, mated to a WW1...

    Looks to be a Pre-WW2 1937 upper, mated to a WW1 era Erfurt lower (frame) w/mixed in various upper small parts...the upper appears to be from a hot-salt blued 2nd. variation Mauser Luger...Nazi-era,...
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    Bottom of the barrel, where the S/N should be,...

    Bottom of the barrel, where the S/N should be, instead marked S/42, means it is a replacement barrel...

    I guess someone tried to pass this Luger off as one of the 7,000 odd 41/42 (unintended)...
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    Run, don't walk, away from this one...a true...

    Run, don't walk, away from this one...a true hatchet job boat anchor...
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    David is correct...Luger has been...

    David is correct...Luger has been re-blued...S-link and safety bar are blued...

    Edward
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    James...let it go...many more (Mauser) Lugers out...

    James...let it go...many more (Mauser) Lugers out there...take care...

    Edward
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    It's a clinker... A collector...really...? ...

    It's a clinker...

    A collector...really...?

    The phenolic (oh well, who knows) grip panels...the diamond pattern looks horribly flattened...

    Norm is right...run away VERY fast from this...
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    I would also recommend David Rachwal's "Handguns...

    I would also recommend David Rachwal's "Handguns of the World" site...straightshooter as far as a dealer...

    Also include "Checkpoint Charlies" Internet site...
  14. The magazines look good to me also, including the...

    The magazines look good to me also, including the deep rust blue...theoretically the strawing would most likely be original also...maybe the lighting DOES have something to do with it...

    In the...
  15. Straw definitely looks re-heated to me...look at...

    Straw definitely looks re-heated to me...look at a close up of the SAFETY BAR...looks strawed to me...of course, it should be "in the white"...(or is it just dark oil...?)
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    I would leave it... Just use a quality CLP to do...

    I would leave it...
    Just use a quality CLP to do the job...
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    Do not care for the photos...some not focused...

    Do not care for the photos...some not focused and/or too dark to verify certain proofs...

    I do like what I can see so far, though a little leery of the sideplate numeral font sizes...should be no...
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    Pistol looks legit and original...dark photos on...

    Pistol looks legit and original...dark photos on grips makes it hard to tell, but not a deal breaker...magazine looks kosher also...all in all, price wasn't cheap, but was fair...good for you...looks...
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    Very nice 1937's...very nice indeed... Edward

    Very nice 1937's...very nice indeed...

    Edward
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    WW2 Mauser Police Banners were some of the most...

    WW2 Mauser Police Banners were some of the most gorgeous Parabellums manufactured by Mauser Werke...to me, especially 1940 examples on, with the 7-line Mauser tonne stamp logo on the main...
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    It is original and normal...no worries...nice...

    It is original and normal...no worries...nice '39...

    I would be more worried about the developing rust appearing on the top view, on the rear of the pistol's frame...near the "ears"...also the...
  22. David is a pleasure to deal with...purchased many...

    David is a pleasure to deal with...purchased many Luger magazines from him...all purchases were spot on...honest as the day is long...
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    This is the exact barrel stamp on my "Bakelite"...

    This is the exact barrel stamp on my "Bakelite" dressed out 1942 byf...S/N 7541 "L" letter suffix block...pistol is also roughly machined, especially the upper...but fit is still there...
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    I have the same exact stamp, as Tom's, on my 1942...

    I have the same exact stamp, as Tom's, on my 1942 byf Luger, that came with Bakelite grip panels and an fxo/E37/P08 Bakelite based magazine...the Luger is in the "L" block, which is the last block of...
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    Dudemeister...I would be interested in seeing...

    Dudemeister...I would be interested in seeing your 1937 Mauser purchase...Is it rust blued and strawed (1st. variation) ? Or is it all hot salt blued (2nd. variation) ? ...

    Edward
  26. Mr. Cate...trying to remember...isn't it after...

    Mr. Cate...trying to remember...isn't it after the "d" letter suffix block, on the '42 byf, that Mauser stopped stamping the land/groove bore gauge underneath the barrel...? According to "The Mauser...
  27. Yep...the guys are correct...blew this...

    Yep...the guys are correct...blew this one...should of realized something was up with all the white stuff...fonts are way off.
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  28. Not 100% sure, but at this late time period in...

    Not 100% sure, but at this late time period in Mauser Luger production, Mauser had the tendency to use up their entire inventory of parts...I think including spare barrels, as they have done earlier...
  29. Mr. Jim Cate is correct on the pantograghing of...

    Mr. Jim Cate is correct on the pantograghing of the 5-line Mauser "tonne" Banner logo...for me, harder to tell on the main toggle...some kind of "Frankenluger"...?

    The Mauser "hump" was present in...
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    Beautiful...Jerry is a Master Craftsman for...

    Beautiful...Jerry is a Master Craftsman for sure...
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    Hey Bob...nice catch, w/a little luck involved......

    Hey Bob...nice catch, w/a little luck involved...

    I was lucky this way also w/a 1937 1st. variation Mauser...same letter suffix letter "t", and just like you, only two numbers off...!!!

    I guess...
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    Beautiful...well, you saved her...lots of oil...

    Beautiful...well, you saved her...lots of oil soak...her condition could have been much worse...
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    Yes...unfortunately not a collectible...

    Yes...unfortunately not a collectible Parabellum...it does look re-blued, and definitely not a factory (build) matching pistol...

    Edward
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    Very sharp...thank you for...

    Very sharp...thank you for showing...appreciated...

    Edward
  35. Thank you for your comments... Edward

    Thank you for your comments...

    Edward
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