2 years ago#1
Halisue
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My serial number is 4462. Can you help me with the value. It comes with bullets and a clip.

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2 years ago#2
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Yes I am an expert ...and I have 95 lugers....lets start with photos...condition is everything...they are not rare..made 5 million

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2 years ago#3
Halisue
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Here are a couple of pics! Thanks for the advice.

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2 years ago#4
Halisue
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One more photo

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2 years ago#5
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This is the second variation all blue 1937 S/42
if clip is matching then 500. Why only 500? Because you are missing the original and numbered side plate and that kills all collector value....

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2 years ago#6
Hali
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Hi
The date on the gun is 1938. The serial numbers on the clip do nit
Match the gun. In that case, is it worth anything at all? Ps. I have a
Bayonet sheath too. Can I give you info on that also?

Jen

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2 years ago#7
Hali
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The sheath is in a leather pocket. It is German with the letters CSZ and a lion on it.
No bayonet. Any value there?

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2 years ago#8
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With out bayonet you just have parts...leather frog is worth about 40 bucks top

Where did you get parts...and where is that darn side plate?

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2 years ago#9
Hali
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Any value on the gun as is?

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2 years ago#10
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Sure shooter value 500...parts 700 if you can find who needs the parts. Not easy...take it to your next gun show and someone will offer some money Mag is worth 125 by itself

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2 years ago#11
Hali
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Thank you so much for the advice!!

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2 years ago#12
chuck
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I have a John Martz "baby luger" 2 1/4 in bar, numbers dont match, no mag, does fire, 85% condition what do you think its worth ?

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2 years ago#13
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How did you ever mix up parts on a custom luger? SHooter value 1000

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2 years ago#14
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2 years ago#15
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NIce photos..what do you want to know?

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2 years ago#16
steve
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I'd like to know the ballpark value. My brother has a terminal illness and since my Dad brought it home from the war and left it to me he'd be ok with me selling it to help my brother.
Thanks for your interest

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2 years ago#17
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Send me clear photos of the magazine bottom and the receiver date to my yahoo
tallsound then
at <email> then
dot then
com

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2 years ago#18
Keith
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You mean a magazine don't you? I said clip my whole life until recently when everyone started to correct me!
Keith

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2 years ago#19
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Are also the guy with the swede rifle?
<phone> ...we will talk about this...

ok?

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2 years ago#20
BW
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What is this old Luger Worth?

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2 years ago#21
BW
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More Photos

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2 years ago#22
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Typical 1920 era well worn...shooter at 5-600. 1930 era Mag

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2 months ago#23
shay2
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Where do I take it like name of buisness

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2 months ago#24
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To get the best price either consign it at a local gunshop, or you could sell it through an online auction site like Gunbroker.

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2 months ago#25
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Also grips are after market

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