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Radom - 35

Lot 449
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Estimated Price: $3,000 - $4,000
Late World War II Polish Radom P35 Pistol
Serial # ManufacturerRadom Model35
TypePistol Gauge9 Mm Catalog Page111
Barrel Length4 3/4 Inch Round FinishPhosphate GripWalnut
Stock ClassCurio & Relic Handgun RatingSee Condition
DescriptionThis is another very nice example of a very late war Polish P35 pistol made at the Radom factory. This model has the standard one line "F.B. RADOM VIS MOD 35.PAT.Nr. 15567" followed by a single Eagle firing proof and a "Eagle/WaA77" Waffenamt. The left side of the frame is stamped with the corresponding "Eagle/WaA77 and eagle 623" acceptance proofs. The right side of the frame has the serial number stamped behind the slide stop pin and the slide and barrel are numbered to the gun. It is fitted with a set of late war unstained walnut grips.

ConditionExcellent with 98% of the late war phosphate finish overall with some staining and spotting with the rear grip strap starting to brown out. The grips are in excellent condition overall with a couple of minor handling marks. A very nice example of a late war Polish Radom P35 pistol.
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