Standard configuration early P210-1, high polish, with drift adjustable front and rear sights. Swiss cross-in-shield on rear sight base. Left side of slide and frame with full serial number that is repeated on the exposed barrel hood. Usual white highlighted S (safe) and red highlighted F (fire). Disassembly shows a matching, half cock hammer group. Slide, frame, safety lever, and magazine release are high polish blued with the barrel, hammer, trigger and slide release in the white. Walnut serrated grips secured with a single transverse screw. Unnumbered high polish magazine, original blue, as correct for this pistol. Early SIG manual, originally printed for the SP47/8, later remarked for the P210. Green shipping box, closely numbered P53471.
Beautiful, early production, high polish SIG P210-1 in the commercial “P” serial range, walnut serrated grips, manual, green SIG box.
Approximately 99% original high polish blue with just minimal sharp edge wear as one might expect from a lightly holstered pistol. Comparable condition grips and magazine, though the surface of the left panel has a frosted appearance, likely a varnish reaction to a contacted surface. Bright bore with sharp rifling. Perfect manual mechanics. Excellent instruction manual and VG+ green box with shop wear and inner base flap separations. A very early and extremely attractive commercial SIG, especially nice with a crisp instruction booklet and a correct, though mismatched, shipping box.