Lot 123

A Walther PPK, ZM, in original cardboard box

Firearms of the 19th and 20th century | A81s | Live auction | 54 Lots

Description

Cal. 6,35 mm Brown., Nr. 778481, Bright bore. Magazine for eight rounds. Proof mark crown/N. Approx. mid-1932 production. 90° safety. Covered firing pin. No cartridge indicator pin. Standard inscription. Original high-gloss finish slightly spotty on either side of the breechblock. Blued extractor and safety. Flawless, brown mottled grip panels. Correct magazine with shoe. In bumped, original, wood-look cardboard box with gold embossed print (no S/N) and the following accessories: correct spare magazine, three drill rounds, aluminium cleaning tin embossed with an image of the Walther factory, tow and small oil bottle, loosely enclosed orange cleaning cloth. Estimated total production of 220 pistols of this type. Cf. Walther Verteidigungspistolen Mod.1 bis PPX, S. 65 - 66 und Rankin, Walther Models PP and PPK 1929 - 1945, p. 76 - 77.
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Condition: I -

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