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Luger Holsters

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    Default World War One battlefield Luger holsters 1915 and 1916

    Good Day:

    It has been a while since I posted.

    Further to my sharing of the 100 R Saxon buckles and bayonet, I have found 2 WW1 Luger holsters .

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    The first holster has a manufacturer name but I cannot read it and a 1915 date under the flap as well as a number FAR.58 in black ink. Looks like a Luger artillery holster .

    The second holster has a Hans Römer Neu-Ulm 1916 inscription under the flap and a crown with an I on the back.

    Any comments and further information welcome.

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    The second is more likely dated 1918 as the Crown/I indicates that the hide was accepted within the Bavarian First Army Corps district. After WWI it was converted to a Weimar police holster.

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    Quote by habicht View Post
    The second is more likely dated 1918 as the Crown/I indicates that the hide was accepted within the Bavarian First Army Corps district. After WWI it was converted to a Weimar police holster.
    Thank you for the information. Clearly it could be 1918. Here is another picture.
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