Russett brown, hard shell holster issued to the German Land-Gendarmerie as reflected by the ‘L.G.’ inner marking. Obverse side manufacturer marked in Berlin. Original dark orange stitching. As true for many of these holsters, it was later converted for a Luger with the addition of a spare magazine pouch on the leading edge and internal flapped pouch for the takedown tool. One of the scarcest German police holsters by any metric.
Very scarce hard shell holster issued to the German police for the 1910 Dreyse pistol in 9mmP, later modified for Luger.
VG-Excellent with scuffs, water stains, and the added pouches as described. Stitching reinforced in a few areas with a few internal losses as pictured.