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Thread: Holster maker information request

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    Klaus, a very extensive list, thank you.
    abzug

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    I Have a 1917 LP08 Holster I havent seen it's maker listed. I cant make out the city name, but heres what I've got,
    A Whittmann
    E dberg Ulm
    1917

    Thanks Jim
    J.c. Smith

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    Look to : A.Wittmann, Friedberg ???
    Best regards...Patrice
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    Could be Ill look Thanks
    J.c. Smith

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    Klaus, what a great list you have pulled together, I came across this thread while looking for information on a maker that I could not locate on your lists. Inside the top flap is marked inside an Oval, J.LEPLAT over 1918 over NEU-ULM. Tha back of the holster between the belt loops is marked S.P. II 1. 105 and a Crown over T or I which I read in the threads is the Bavarian Army Corps mark.

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    Thanks for the new one!
    merzbach

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    Hello: I have a well worn WW1 LUGER holster marked OTTO SINDEL,1917, BERLIN. Flap strap is gone but buckle intact. Barrel nose looks repaired: its capped. I thought Sindel did mostly preWW2and WW2 police holsters.
    Would like anyone's experience this vintage Sindel. Thanx. Mich Booth

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    Default Sattlermeister Paul August Hermann Eichelmann

    Klaus, here is a leather-master, Sattlermeister Paul August Hermann Eichelmann (born 1982 died 1946),
    of the firm A. Eichelmann & Sohn GmbH, Dresden. Here is a snapshot of phone books dated 1925-1926
    and 1943-1944 as well as the entry in the Dresden death record and hardshell holster (Sauer M38 inside)
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Thank you for the new holster maker and the lot of work to show the background of him.
    merzbach

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