Original German WWII Set of Three Officers Leather Holsters - Radom 35 Vis, 7.65 and 6.35 High Front
Original Items: Only these three available. These is a set of three different German WII era holsters, one for the Radom pistolet wz. 35 Vis, one for 7.65mm (.32ACP) Pocket pistols and one for 6.35mm (.25 ACP) Pocket Pistols. These come from a Collection of Pistol Holsters purchased by IMA, some with an old index card enclosed giving the model of the pistol and Serial Number of the pistol originally issued with the holster.
The first holster is a dark brown top flap holster for the Radom 35 Vis Pistol, and is of the standard German made type encountered. This holster is dated 1940 on the back, under the maker name and location. The card in this holster simply states it was for a Radom Vis 35 / SR# A 0272. There are also ink stamps on the inside of the top flap, one of which reads P.35, the German designation for the Radom pistol.
Condition of the holster is very good, with all stitching and rivets intact. The leather is soft and supple, and appears to be coated with a protective wax layer, which could be polished off if desired
The second holster is a Black Leather flap top holster with spare magazine compartment to the front, and is the typical medium size "high-front" holster issued for the many 7.65mm pocket pistols used by officers. This would include the Walther PP, FN Browning 1922, and others. The rear shows a 1941 date, as well as maker marking cxb and a Waffenamt proof.
This holster is in very good used condition, with the expected wear from age and use. The stitching is all intact, the leather soft and supple, with finish wear on the edges. Really a quite nice example of this type of holster.
The third holster is a Brown Leather flap top holster with spare magazine compartment to the front, and is the typical small size "high-front" holster issued for the many 6.35mm pocket pistols used by officers. This would include the Mauser Pocket .25, FN "Baby" Browning, and others. The rear shows a faint waffenamt inspection mark, as well as traces of the maker.
This holster is in very good used condition, with the expected wear from age and use. The stitching is all intact, the leather soft and supple, with finish wear on the edges. The brown finish has held up quite well, and the holster has a very nice color and shape.
Three original German Officer's Holsters well marked, offered together.
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