Wonderful Walther 1936 Olympia with full complement of weights, correct shipping box with original tin, previously owned by Warren H. Buxton and pictured in his anticipated text. Standard configuration, 1936 Olympia with 7.4 inch bbl and adjustable rear sight. Usual address on left side of slide with caliber reference on the right side. Eagle/N proofing reflecting testing prior to 1940. Full complement of weights, numbered 38, secured with square headed bolts. Checkered walnut grips with left sided thumb rest. Original matching magazine. Complete with an original Walther box, pieced together with missing sections as photographed, original Walther tin for cleaning components including hair, cloth, and oil bottle. Later era key to remove counterweight bolts.
Walther, 1936 Olympia, Boxed with Accessories, 7865, A-1637
Crisp 98-99% bright original salt blue with minimal wear in expected locations. Comparable condition grip, magazine, and cleaning tin. Tattered and now repaired box. Excellent counterweight key. Mirror bore. Perfect manual mechanics. An absolutely gorgeous gun whose value will be further enhanced if the project to resuscitate Buxton’s Olympia text comes to fruition!