5 years ago #1
Jeff M.
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Hello, I have a walther P38 with the numbers 092617 and what appears to be two eagles stamped on it? The name interarms,Alex,Va is also on the weapon. It comes in a holster with an extra clip. What would something like this be worth? It looks as if it is in good condition. Thank you for your time.

Jeff

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5 years ago #2
bigcurt
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hello,,is interarms in small letters liek an import stamp or is it stamped on the side ,,in larger type ,,also you say it's got 2 eagles on it ,,can ya post a pic of the eagles ?,,are there any german arsenal proofs like ac/42 BCD or something like that? if not i'm thinking it might be a post war walther that interarms brought into the country in the 70's value for ww2 models with correct german markings would be around 500-600+,,if a post war model there still good guns but worth around 1/2 of what the ww2 issue ones are worth mainly because of the aluninum frames ..interarms at one time was a very big name in the import feild and many guns will be found with there name on them ,,,,
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5 years ago #3
Bill
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I have a walther P-38 excellent condition with 6708 s in three places. eagles stamped and byf 44 on left side. also partially cut away holster with eagles on it

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5 years ago #4
Kleist
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You have a Mauser made Walther P38.

You need to check the 4th place for a matching SN. Its the locking block under the barrel.


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3 years ago #5
Lugan
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I have one in the 300,000 number stamped in East Germany in mint withsome white lettering.

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3 years ago #6
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This is a post war surplus worth about 400
add extra for white lettering.

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3 years ago #7
Lugan
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Thanks

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3 years ago #8
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welcome

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3 years ago #9
bob
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Hi I just got a Walther p38 been reading this thread and mine has some unusual markings including a star on the right side and on the barrel block the numbers on it are 6010 Y and CYQ and some other symbols I can't make out any value to it?

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3 years ago #10
bob
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Hi I just got a Walther p38 been reading this thread and mine has some unusual markings including a star on the right side and on the barrel block the numbers on it are 6010 Y and CYQ and some other symbols I can't make out any value to it?

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3 years ago #11
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THis is a CYQ preewerke made P-38
Depends on condition....most sell for 5-700.

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3 years ago #12
bob
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Thank you

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3 years ago #13
Paul
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I have a Spreewerk P.38 and I am trying to narrow down the manufacturing date.
Serial: 4092 y stamp

Under the grip stamped on the frame is 558. I'm curious about this.

Thumb side grip gas a 2 on the inside and the palm side a 5.

All of the numbers on the parts match and the guns is in very good condition. I already have an idea of the value.

I am also looking for an original holster to match the gun.

Thank you

Paul

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3 years ago #14
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1944.
All these other numbers and stamps are simply cast numbers for the grips and inspector numbers.

CYQ was a locomotive manufacturer....there is no special tradition or arms lore associated with the factory or the guns....just a product made during desperate times. Even slave labor.

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3 years ago #15
mockradgy
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Thank you very much for your quick response.

Again, a great site!

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3 years ago #16
discover
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Ok then how about a thumbs up ...see icon

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3 years ago #17
Walther P 38 ac 41
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P 38...AC 41, #5415i...mfg Nov 1941, black holster with two matching clips and a rare snail clip...what might this gun be worth?

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3 years ago #18
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Well we need to do some things sir. I encourage all to register so you can more easily download photos....since I need photos of this item. Condition is everything...and many are reblued and imported from Russia etc. I have no idea what a snail clip is...they were made for lugers and called snail drums???

Lets start with registration and photos ok?

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3 years ago #19
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First off...thanks for quick responses...The snail drum may be for a Lugar...I saw one on the net and I thought it said P-38...have not been able to find again...probably because I was calling it by the wrong name...

After more searching; it is a Lugar snail drum magazine and it has the original dust cover which slides over the clip...very nice condition with all letters and codes visible...I have not tried to fit into P-38...

The P-38 belongs to my son in law...belonged to his father who was a Navy Seaman in WW II...

The weapon has ac 41 with a #5415i serial number...I read it was made in Nov 1941...

Black leather holster with second clip pocket...the clips match with #5415 stamped on the heel...

Gun has surface corrosion but is clean and cycles easily...no damage other than wear...

I will shoot pictures tomorrow and try to send...

Thanks, Tom <phone>

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3 years ago #20
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Surface corrosion can make the gun into a shooter value.

Just Curius why you say it has a snail magazine...if you only saw it on line

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3 years ago #21
Capt Tom
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The magazine was packed away with the p-38...thus my mistake...I thought it was for the P-38...

Tom

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2 years ago #22
1991bigmac
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Can anyone give me a value and a date for this gun? My uncle brought this back from the war.

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9 months ago #23
toni
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I'm trying to sell a Walther p38 1941

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9 months ago #24
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gunbroker.com is best

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