Original German WWII Set of Two Leather Holsters - Walther PP and Dreyse M1907
Original Items: Only these two available. These is a set of two different German WII era holsters, one for a Walther PP and one for a Dreyse M1907. These come from a Collection of Pistol Holsters purchased by IMA, each 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 Brown Leather flap top holster with spare magazine compartment to the front, as issued with a DREYSE M-1907 PISTOL. Remains of the German Leather Maker's marking can be seen on the holster: looks to be OTTO SINDEL / BERLIN / 1935, as well as the ghost of a Waffenamt. It contains a yellowed card stating: Holster + Extra / Magazine for Dreyse M1907 / Rheinische Metaliwarren / & Machinen Fabrik, A.B.r. Sommerda # 32847.
This holster is used condition but still quite soft and pliable, with a bit of cracking in areas. Also the stitching is partly pulled out in places, but could be repaired. Ready to display.
The Second holster is a black leather flap top holster with spare magazine compartment to the front, as often used with the Walther PP and PPK pistol. The length of this holster definitely seems better suited for a PP. Under the flap the holster is marked on the front with maker: Kern Kläger & Cie / 1938 / Berlin.
The yellowed card in this holster states: Holster Acquired / with Walther PP / # 755108.
This holster is in slightly used condition, with soft leather and some wear. Ready to display or use.
Two original German Officer's Holsters well marked, offered together.
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