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    1937 sn 6387a..The first is E/83, second is E/63. I believe it is a good comparison of a strike with a fairly new die(E/83)vs. a strike with a very worn die(E/63). I don't believe there is any question as to the first being E/83.
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    Photographed some SE/63's and SE/83's for comparison and to help in identification. Click on the link below.
    Jan

    1938 S/42, SE/83 SE/63 MTP Jan C Still http://www.gunboards.com/luger/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3519
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    why do they have 63 or 83 interrmited where they diffirent inspectors with there own stamps i looked at my luger with a jewlers loop it is 83.

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    quote:Originally posted by WaA66

    Anyone care to give their opinion on these?

    Steve

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    Hello Wa66
    I hope you dont mind, but I tried enlarging and converting your acceptance stamps to a negative image to make them stand out.
    It looks like E/83 & E/63 to me. Is this is odd for a 1937 S/42 "a" block.



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    Edward
    Thanks for the photographic help. It appears that the SE/83 came into use a little earlier than was thought.
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    Ed,

    I don't mind at all. I didn't even realize there was an E83 on this Luger until I used a lighted magnifier. I always assumed it was E63. My eyes aren't what they used to be..

    SteveM
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    1937 S/42 #4235v --DE63 DE63 MTP
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    Dave
    Thanks for the information. Table updated.
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    Jan,

    Some 1938 Data:

    3922c, SE/63, SE/63
    2197i, KM N/2911, SE/63, SE/63
    1838n, SE/83, SE/63

    Come on guys, let's keep the data coming!!!

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    Frank
    Thanks for the 1938 data. Table updated.
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