Produced in the 1930s, this Walther PP pistol lacks provision for a loaded chamber indicator. While on paper the indicator was an extra feature, it was popular enough that most PP/PPK pistols found in the US have it. Fixed sights with the Walther banner, two-line address, patent and caliber markings and "Mod.PP" on the left side of the slide, "eagle/N" proofs on the chamber hood, slide and muzzle, and matching partial serial scribed into the interior of the slide. Fitted with a niter blue 90 degree safety, ring hammer, rectangular firing pin, checkered Walther banner grips, and a blued magazine with a correct early production black plastic finger extension base (with no cutouts on side). Included with the lot is an unmarked brown leather holster. Provenance: The Paul Crockett Jr. Collection
Excellent, with 97% plus original blue finish, showing some light spotting and handling marks. The grips are excellent, with a few minor dings and sharp checkering, and the holster is very fine, with mild stains and scuffs. Mechanically excellent.