Pistol A #126053: Standard size FN 1900 with a curved backstrap. Rear sight without a sight channel. Upside down patent reference on sideplate. Replacement grips and magazine.
Pistol B #13009: Standard size FN 1900 with a straight backstrap. Rear sight with partial channel that precludes a sight picture. Fraudulent FN markings and proofs. Original grips and magazine.
Chinese copies of the FN 1900, one with curved backstrap, the other with a straight backstrap, both with spurious FN markings. Sold as a pair. HISTORICAL RELICS, NOT TO BE FIRED!
Both guns about VG-VG+ with considerable fading, pistol #13009 having been lightly polished. Both with proper manual function, though the trigger in the polished pistol is somewhat erratic, the trigger bar rubbing against the inserted magazine. Both cock properly and have a functional safety. The replacement magazine on pistol #126053 inserts fully but does not seat properly. No problems with the other pistol whose left panel has a missing segment at its base and filled lanyard ring holes. Bores generally dark.
An interesting and attractive pair with enough differences to underscore their artisanal origins. Again, they are being sold as interesting historical relics. These are NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED!