Fixed sights, with the Walther banner, address and model markings on the left side of the slide, matching serial numbers on the right side of the slide and frame, and "eagle/N" commercial proofs on the slide, chamber and muzzle. Fitted with a chamber indicator, 60 degree safety, hollow-backed brown grips, and a black plastic magazine base. Included with the lot is a capture certificate dated November 1945, to a Technician Leo Skodun from a Lieutenant of the 264th Field Artillery Battalion, which identifies this pistol by serial number. Skodun has not been identified.
Excellent, with 95% plus of the original blue finish, showing a plum tone to the slide, thinning to gray on the gripstraps, mild edge wear and light handling marks overall. A small spot of white paint is present on the underside of the frame, concealed by the triggerguard. The grips are also excellent, with a few minor dings on the crisp checkering. Mechanically excellent.