I was wondering if I could get some help identifying some prewar Polish holsters. In the interval between 1918 and 1939 the Wojsko Polskie (Polish Armed Forces) fielded a number of different sidearms. Thanks for the help.

First up a photo of Vis holsters captured by the Wehrmacht. I would like to know what the shell type holster is on the middle left and what type of holsters on the top left.

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Second prewar Polish officers in ceremonial dress.

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Left side holster and on the officer standing in the middle (edge on).

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Note there are two different holsters - smaller one on the near officer (left) and larger one on the farther officer (right).

Finally a photo of General Maczek - what holster is the officer on the right wearing? In the background an officer is wearing a Vis holster for comparison.

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