In at least 95% condition, we have a 1934 production Walther model 9 vest pocket size pistol in 6.35mm. This is fully rigged out with a scarce military type holster and a rare spare magazine. This was certainly German WW2 officer carried, and the size makes its use by a high ranking command or staff officer most likely. The Walther Model 9 is the smallest commercially produced .25 caliber pistol and it is a bit smaller than the Baby Browning. If you were a senior officer and you had a hundred guards to protect you then this was often the choice as a fig leaf of protection and perhaps to blow your brains out in case of imminent capture. When we get these tiny pistols fully rigged out like this they are fast movers.