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    Can anyone give me info on this holster? Do the markings mean South Berlin? It's also unit marked I believe.
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    I'm not a big expert on the Luger holsters but they stopped putting the cleaning rod holder in around 1934. And judging from the photos it may be a reworked, even an artillery holster that was reworked for WWII.

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    In a police context S. B. means Schutzpolizei Berlin. 16687 is the individual equipment number.

    The closing strap is the police version as opposed to the military which closed downwards with a buckle. The holster was converted after WW1.

    I think I can make out J. R. 16 which would be an earlier military marking - Jager/Infantry Regiment 16.

    The maker is I think Hans Clemen of Elberfeld.

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    Thanks alot guys, could anyone tell me the approx value of it?

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