In 98% mint crisp condition, we have a very sharp example of the WWII era European Dutch Army Service pistol, The 9m/m short FN Browning M1922 Pistol. In Holland this pistol was known as the M25 No.2. Pistol Collectors often refer to it as the FN Dutch Wilhelmina Pistol for the Crown W stamped on the top of the slide. It was the standard issue weapon of the Dutch military during WWII and large quantities were surrendered To the Germans and reissued to the Navy and SS and also to the Army to a lesser extent. The pistol is matching and has a mint bore. The mag is not numbered to this pistol, they rarely are.
This was the standard Dutch European Army Service Pistol at the outbreak of WWII. Most of them ended up the hands of the Germans after Holland fell to them in May of 1940. They were commonly used on the German side, especially by the Navy and Luftwaffe. Like almost everything that we peddle, this is a top condition example.