In 96% condition, we have a very rare and historic 1939 Polish Military Contract Walther PPK Pistol. The pistol bears the Polish Military acceptance stamp of “G2 in an Oval” which is known to be the acceptance marking assigned to Captain Gadomski at the Polish State Arsenal in Radom. Only 5 of these pistols out of an estimated contract delivery of 50 pistols are known to have survived the war. These pistols are believed to have been ordered in very early 1939 for clandestine use by officers and agents of Polish Military Intelligence or the Polish State Police which would make some sense. They (5) are found in the 222000k-226000k serial range. As far as Polish Military handguns of the WW2 era goes this is certainly the Unicorn when it comes to collecting and only a select few of the most advance of Polish and Walther collectors will have one.
SOLD IMPORTANT AND RARE 1939 POLISH MILITARY CONTRACT WALTHER PPK PISTOL, 1 OF 5 KNOWN, STUPENDOUS FIND!
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