Standard configuration with 4.75” tapered barrel with drift adjustable front sight and fixed rear sight. Flat top breech block, with toggle train having dished ears and anti-rebound arm. Chamber marked with Swiss cross in sunburst. Intertwined DWM on middle toggle link. Small Swiss proofs on left side of barrel, left receiver, and back of frame. Full serial number under barrel and forward frame. All small parts correctly serialed except takedown lever that is unmarked. Usual strawed small parts. Finely checkered walnut grips, both panels matching. Correct original magazine, unmarked with base having inserted disks. Complete with brown leather holster having ownership identification inside lid, now fitted with spare magazine pouch. Obverse surface with ownership and manufacturer marking, dated “1905”.
Beautiful, scarce and highly desirable M1900 Swiss Luger, military, with wide trigger, usually found in the 3000-4000 serial range with holster.
At least 98% arsenal blue, with particularly crisp grip straps, the rear having a spot of holster wear at the base. All the strawed and fire blued parts have been freshened. Very bright, nearly mirror, bore. Perfect manual mechanics. Near excellent holster with supple leather. Forward belt loop beginning to separate. No suggestion of restitching. An extremely attractive example of one of the most desirable M1900 Swiss Military Lugers. A HISTORIC INVESTMENT!