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    1921 Luger

    I have a single date stamp 1921 DWM Luger, serial number "89" with all matching serials, and matching "89" magazine, in roughly 90-95% condition. It's fantastic. Any idea what the value of it could be? I purchased it two weeks ago for $1,065.
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    Nice looking pistol Crick...
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    It'll sit at the top of the appraisals for some time, there's not that much goes through there...anyone looking there will see it.
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    Is it 7.65 or 9mm?

    Also as to value, in Canadaicon 0$, but that doesn't say much about value in the USAicon.

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    It would certainly make good money in the UKicon with a dealer £1000+ easily
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    Book value on a 9mm 1921 commercial in 90% is about what you paid for yours.


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