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    1923 Tula 91/30 PCCP

    Recently picked up a 1923 5-line Tula 91/30. Interesting that its not the more common CCCP (on left), but rather a CPPC (pictured on right).
    Did some limited research indicating that they are rather scarce. Does anyone know just how rare these are or how much I should be asking if I were to sell?
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