In 97%+ original condition, we have a hard to find later 1942 “i” block production Walther ac42 P.38 Pistol. This is fully rigged out with a mint gcx 1942 coded (Karl Brettschnierder) made holster and the correct early no V spare mag. Notice the plum frame, which is commonly encountered on pistols from this time. These late 1942 pistols have a less polished military finish and tooling marks were not completely polished out due to time considerations. The holster is named to a Captain C. R. Woot HQ II Corps. The pistol is textbook correct, with a mint bore and of course this is redundant, but it is all matching. This is about as clean of a later 42 Walther production example that you will find, exactly as it came back from WW2.
By this time in 1942 the pressures of war had made the taking of production short cuts a necessity at the Walther Factory and you no longer see matching numbered mags, and waffenamted small parts. The finish began to be less polished as well. Function was not impacted, and the pistols were still fairly well made well into 1945. Absolutely a top example of an early war P.38 rig.