In 97% mint sharp condition, we have a top notch example of a 1932 production FN model 1910 Pistol. in 7.65mm/.32 auto caliber. According to the FN Letter it was shipped to Genshow & Co, Berlin, known as “Geco” in May of 1932. With all of the political upheaval going on in Germany at this time with the rise of Nazism, this pistol would have been a comfort in anyone’s coat pocket during these unsettled times. The pistol is all matching with a mint bore and is well above the condition that you will usually find these oft carried pistols in.
In spite of all the Great Firearms makers in Germany at the time, such as Walther Mauser and Sauer, FN still had a very large share of the domestic German Market and their pistols sold well in the Fatherland. This is a great example of a WWII era German used FN Pistol.