Manion's auctioneers continues to live up to its reputation as one of the pre-eminent sellers of collectible militaria with the sale of a DWM Russian Model Luger pistol.
The outstanding condition model 1902/6 9mm Luger comes with a distinctive looking named holster and belt.
It has an excellent bore, grip safety and a serial number 387, with a matching numbered 3-7/8" barrel.
The holster's inside flap bears the name "PODPORUCHIK" (Second Lieutenant) Glukhov, "St" - which is believed to stand for St Petersburg.
As one of the rarest Luger variations, it is a highly desirable collectors' item and carries an opening bid of $20,000.
The attributed holster is predicted to seriously boost the Luger's value.
Live bidding is currently open on the item for another one day and 11 hours at the time of writing (December 4, 3pm). So, if you have a passion for Russian militaria, now is the time to have a look into this exceptional and highly-valuable item.
More information can be found on the Manion's International Auction House website.
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