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    Can you tell the good folks the history behind these items and value?
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    I’m FaceTiming Tony as I’m typing this up. We came to the agreement that they’re barely worth their weight in scrap metal.
    But since you’re such a good support to the Hkpro community we’d help you dispose of them. On us.

    PM me your address thanks!

    Might even pick up that last Wick Set

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    Sean email me at [email protected]

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    Not my area of expertise, but they are quite unique!!!

    Tony

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    Looks like a PPK party leader pistol. Those bakelite mag extensions are pretty cool. Very cool piece of history. That's a chunk of change right there.

    I'd guess about 26-30k with the belt and holster.
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    HKALTWASSER IMPRESSED WITH YOUR assessment and dont forgot the NSDAP EARLY membership book complete


    1933 issued NSDAP membership book to Heinz Gischler. Ortsgruppe Bochum-Weitmar. Stamps from 1935 until 1939 including a 1935, 1936, 1937 and 1938 Reichsparteitag stamp. He joined the SA in 1928 an the SS in 1932. Nice entry: "Der SS-Sturmmann SS-Ausweis-Nr. 41687 ist zum Tragen des Ehrenwinkels berichtigt." Gischler was an "old comrade" (Alter Kämpfer) and was allowed to wear the honour chevron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gm View Post
    HKALTWASSER IMPRESSED WITH YOUR assessment and dont forgot the NSDAP EARLY membership book complete


    1933 issued NSDAP membership book to Heinz Gischler. Ortsgruppe Bochum-Weitmar. Stamps from 1935 until 1939 including a 1935, 1936, 1937 and 1938 Reichsparteitag stamp. He joined the SA in 1928 an the SS in 1932. Nice entry: "Der SS-Sturmmann SS-Ausweis-Nr. 41687 ist zum Tragen des Ehrenwinkels berichtigt." Gischler was an "old comrade" (Alter Kämpfer) and was allowed to wear the honour chevron.
    Wow, that's the complete package. That definitely jacks it up quite a bit. Can this pistol be somehow verified as Heinz Gischler's pistol?
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    no only that it was brought back as that

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    more pictures of the lugers?

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