Standard configuration Haerens Tojhus, as made by Danish Arsenal in Copenhagen in 1924 with matching magazine and grips. Single action locked breech pistol having 4” barrel, fixed front and rear sights. The left side of the barrel extension is marked by the Danish manufacturer and is marked “Haerens Tojhus/1910/21”. Right side of barrel extension and right side of the barrel are dated “24”. Serial number under the forward frame extension. Danish issue number “5774” on right side of the frame. Rework/upgrade notation “M1910/21” marked on the left side of the frame, the improvements including a spanner screw used to secure the sideplate, and oversized wood grips each panel with a pair of impressed circles with indentations. Factory matching magazine. Further disassembly was not effected. Major components rust blued; small parts either in the white or fired blued. Correct undated military holster, previous owner name and Nazi cap pin removed, with cleaning rod, no other accessories.
Scarce Bergmann 1910/21, made by Danish Arsenal in Copenhagen, marked Haerens Tojhus, factory matching magazine and grips, complete with holster.
VG/EXC original blue. Small parts in comparable condition, the extractor retaining virtually all of its fire blue, other small parts with staining as pictured. Oil darkened grips with handling marks but no significant chips, splits. Mirror bright bore with with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. VG holster with oil darkening, evidence of previous onwership name and two holes where Nazi cap pin was fixed. Original stitching intacted. A very unusual, extremely low production, military semiautomatic pistol, this example with a matching magazine, grips, and correct holster, made prior to WWII.