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  1. #21
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    Jan,
    308y, 1941 (small), E/L, E/N, grips E/655/no serial number, sear safety, barrel 8.83 & serialized, matched Type 3 magazine #2.

    5358y, 1942 (small), E/L, E/N, grips serialized/no proof, sear safety, barrel 8.83/no serial number, police marked type 3 magazine non-matching.
    Lyn


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    Joop, abzug,and Lyn
    Thanks for the banner information. Table updated.
    Jan
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    Jan, Info from my 3 police Banners. Chuck

    7862v, 1939, E/K, C/U, grips matched, sear present, 2 matched crimped 7862v and 7862v +, barrel numbered.

    81x, 1939 E/L, C/U, grips unnumbered, sear present, 2 matched crimped 81x #1 and 81x #2, barrel no SN, 8.82.

    4779y, small 1942, E/L, E/N, grips not numbered, sear present, 2 matched extruded 4779 #1 and 4779 #2, barrel no SN, 8.83

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    Gunrunner
    Thanks for the banner information. Table updated.
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    1)6337Y 2)1942 3)E/L 4)- 5)large 37 6)drilled only 7)- 8)matching #2 extruded, alum. pinned, 9)gauge only 8.83.........EVR

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    Jan, here is one more.
    Serial number: 2600y, ā€œ1941", Police stamp:ā€œE/Lā€, Commercial Proof:E/N, Grips: unnumbered, Sear safety present, Military acceptance stamp: none, Magazines: two "fxo" coded plastic bottom magazines, Holster: Nazi Police marked "Otto Sindel, Berlin, 1941"
    Denny Gaither
    Wanted to re-purchase! Walther ac coded PP - serial number 382000P - REWARD!

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    Jan,

    One more for your data collection.

    1941 Small Date Mauser Banner Police Serial Number 6128 X, Eagle L proof:
    S/42 marked barrel appears original to pistol, serial number not on barrel, barrel gauge 8,82.

    One matching magazine: number 1 at top of base, serial number in middle, X suffix at bottom.
    This magazine does not match any on pages 171-172 of "Third Reich Lugers".
    It has a plain blued crimped tube.

    Grips are not numbered but each has a very small stick eagle proof with a rather difficult to read number under it, I think 655?

    Commercial style stick eagle over N proof above serial number on left side and on left side of breach block.

    Sear safety present.

    No military proofs.

    Best Wishes,
    Rich



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    Here's info on my Police Banner:

    1. Serial # - 3135 w

    2. Date - 1939

    3. Police stamp - E/L

    4. Commercial proof - C/U

    5. Grips - unnumbered

    6. Sear safety - present

    7. Military acceptance stamps - none

    8. Matching magazine - type 2 Police extruded, base marked 3 and 3135 with Police style eagle.

    9. Barrel - 8,82

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    Jan,

    Banner 1939, Eagle/c, sear safety, #2199w.

    Shayne
    Shayne

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    Sir,
    Would like to add the following Banner to your Police list:
    1939 chamber dated Mauser Banner, serial 1936 w, Eagle C proofed, all matching , wood grips, sear safety removed (the hole is there), it is very good condition and located in sweden. The owner is looking for a real Luger expert to restore it with care as it was apparently arsenal refinished or maybe looks a bit dull ofr falat from age... any idea orf of a really good restorer in Sweden ??
    thanks
    Max

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