Inspired by Mr Ben Evans Esquire, here's my Spreewerke made P38-November 1944 made approx. with breakaway soft flap 'bmz' 1944 holster-also a hard shell 'gcx' 1942 example-this is minus the belt loops but is otherwise in reasonable shape at what was an OK price for Nazi leather goods these days.
The Spreewerke examples were made in occupied Czechoslovakia by a less than enthusiastic workforce and the standard of manufacture declined sharply as the war neared the end (although this was true of German arms production in general) and the pistol displays the machining marks clearly. It makes an interesting contrast to my post war P38/P1 example. The magazine is marked WaA135.