Standard configuration 1906 Portuguese Navy with 4” barrel, drift front sight and fixed rear sight. Chamber with deeply impressed Crown/Anchor with the left receiver marked MP (Marina Portuguesa). Full serial number under barrel and forward frame. All small parts matched “20”. Walnut checkered grips are unnumbered with right panel relieved around grip screw. Original magazine with “Cal. 9m/m.” marked base. Major components are rust blued; takedown lever, trigger, safety lever, extractor, magazine release are strawed. Toggle pins and grip screws are fire blued. NO IMPORT MARKS.
Rare 1906 Portuguese Crown/Anchor Navy with MP receiver and correct Cal. 9mm magazine.
Approximately 80-85% original blue with holster wear and strap freckling as one might expect from a Naval pistol that saw service use. Comparable condition strawed parts showing no suggestion of touchup. Darkened grips with blunted checkering. VG magazine, left ear with a small chip, that is clearly marked. Although the condition is not on par with the majority of WWI of WWII pistols, this is one of the best original finish 1906 Portuguese Navy Lugers that you are likely to encounter, especially with a Cal 9m/m magazine. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT!