Manufactured in the 1920s, the Menz Liliput is one of the smallest semi-automatic pistols ever manufactured, chambering an equally minuscule centerfire cartridge. (The Kolibri is the only smaller automatic pistol that writer can recall). Fixed sights, with ""LILIPUT" KAL. 4,25/Modell 1925" on the left side of the slide, "crown/N" proof marks, "AD" on the right side of the trigger guard and checkered grips with "4,25" medallions. With a brown leather flap holster.
Very fine with 90% of the period applied nickel finish, showing some light wear on the edges and high points, a few small areas of bubbling, and mild handling marks. The proofmark on the slide is faint and some dings are visible beneath the nickel on the sides of the barrel and frame. Grips are fine with a short crack on the left panel and a longer one on the right. The holster is very good with some scuffs and dark spots. Mechanically excellent.
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