Super rare WWII fixed sight Nazi High Power, made at the same time as the WaA140 pistols, assembled with original left over slotted frame, in correct narrowly documented serial range, marked with Commercial E/N proofing. This very well documented variation may be referenced in FN Browning Pistols book by Vanderlinden on page 301. As true for all pistols of this era, assembled under Nazi supervision, the gun has a rough milled finish. Usual address on left side of slide and stacked matching numbers on the right side of pistol. Left side of slide and frame with E/N proofing, commercial triangular proof on rear of slide behind serrations. Factory slotted frame, with pistol serial numbered with in the group of other examples between 41512b-41569b. As true for all later production guns there is no magazine safety, walnut checkered grips, late magazine, no waffenamts, correct split tail base.
FN, High Power, Nazi Fixed Sight, Slotted, Commercial, 41557b, A-1563
VG-EXC original salt blue finish with sharp edge, handling and holster wear as one might expect for a pistol that has seen moderate use. Comparable condition grips and magazine. Bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. An ultra rare and super desirable High Power that bridges multiple collecting interests; Military, Commercial, use of earlier slotted frames coupled with late machining practices A great gun by any metric.