Here's another pistol I picked up at the Preston arms fair the other day. This one is a clone of the FN 1900. There are no makers marks , and although the breech-block carries a different serial number and Browning markings - I suspect this is also a copy. When tried in my genuine Browning it wouldn't fit, and neither does the magazine. The genuine Browning parts are just a fraction smaller than the clone. The pistol is extremely well-made, the difference between the copy and original being very hard to spot. The only real give-away is the total lack of makers address and logo.
The holster - purchased separately, appears to be a field-modified flap holster originally designed to take a larger pistol. The flap has been cut off with just a small portion retained as a strap. The bucket has been stitched at the top-left to close down the gap and make it suitable for a smaller pistol. It would appear that these modifications were done quite a long time ago.