Here are mine!
Not that nice, not cased and transformed to wall lamps.....
Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
Looking at the proof mark in your last pic, it is the number 32. Is the other pistol marked with the same number?
i wrote on post #4 this:
although it looks like they are numbered 31 & 32, in fact they are not.
What looks like a 3 is a proofing firing mark, the 1 and 2 mean they are numbers 1 & 2 of this set and belong together.
Each barrel was tested before buiding the gun ( saved in a lot of cases a lot of work when the barrel didnt stand the test.
After that the pistol had a total firing test and passing it would result in a proofing stamp on the chamber/pistol.
That why the "3" is on boths guns on the barrel and on the gun itself.