WW1 German Luger Bavarian holster with Crown III mark
It has a beautiful burgundy color throughout, with minor scuffs and scratches. The stitching is tight and appears all original. A very elegant holster thats almost 100 years old! Per Jan Stills Luger Forum site, it is believed the Crown signifies the corresponding Bavarian Army Corps. These holsters are almost all dated 1918 or undated, so likely produced near the end of World War I or just after. There were three Bavarian Army Corps Districts (I, II, III). The range of numbers under the crown, found on the holsters reflects the range of Bavarian Army Corps Districts (I-III) and lends credibility to the theory that the Crown/number indicates the Bavarian Army Corps. If paying by personal check, I will hold for 7 days until the check clears. See my other listings. German Luger holster dated 1916 maker marked FRIEDRICH BOTTGER EISLEBEN/1916. Winchester mid-range vernier tang peep sight marked for Model 1876. 1 2nd variation tang sight with its box marked for a Winchester Model 1886. 21 (Climbin Lyman) receiver sight w/mounting hardware. The item “WW1 German Luger Bavarian holster with Crown III mark” is in sale since Saturday, January 21, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “longhorn1996″ and is located in Richmond, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, to Canada, to Mexico.