Pistol A #126063: Standard size and configuration FN 1900, looks like a “dug up” with mottled gray/brown finish, loaded indicator with flat upper surface, crudely notched for rear sight, trigger will not engage, missing extractor, well worn grips. Original magazine with 6 indicator holes.
Pistol B #126063: Standard size FN 1900, presentable with gray blue faded patchy finish, strawed extractor, original grips, missing magazine.
Chinese copies of the FN 1900, sold as a pair, BOTH WITH THE SAME SERIAL NUMBER and similarly copied markings. SOLD AS HISTORICAL RELICS, NOT TO BE FIRED!
Condition is horrible. One is close to being a dug up, but not atypical for the guns used hard and put away wet by the Chinese Warlords, most active in the mid-late 1920s. The second gun is well used but presentable and manually functions well albeit without a magazine. Again, they are being sold as interesting historical relics, both with the same serial number, and are NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED! NOT TO BE FIRED!