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Can anyone help me ID a German Luger?

Date 1914

Serial number on all parts is 4600

On top is ERFURT under a very nicely detailed crown.

Several very small marks. One is an RC under a crown and another is what looks like an old german script L under a different crown than the RC. Maybe more detailed. The may be two other marks but I can't make out what they are.

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Can anyone help me ID a German Luger?

Date 1914

Serial number on all parts is 4600

On top is ERFURT under a very nicely detailed crown.

Several very small marks. One is an RC under a crown and another is what looks like an old german script L under a different crown than the RC. Maybe more detailed. The may be two other marks but I can't make out what they are.

Hello!

Please post some photos and close up.Thank You.

All the best :beer:

Nesredep

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Hello!

Please post some photos and close up.Thank You.

All the best :beer:

That's the problem. I can't get good photos and scans aren't possible because we bought a new scanner and it doesn't work well on medals and stuff like the old one.

Nesredep

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