Hah, just came to post since it's been dormant for a couple of days.... beat me to it
Commercial FN 1922's (marked with Eagle/S only, Eagle/N only, sometimes with one WaA140) aren't rare but aren't terribly common.
Ones with the retailer markings are really tough to find though.
I've never seen a Noris before; missed an AKAH or two and then picked up two recently.
All three of these are near the end of German occupation production.
The two AKAH's (Albrecht Kind) have the "shooting policeman" logo and are on either side of S/N 90,000a, which is when they went from a 3-digit format to 4-digit.
All commercial FN 1922 have a unique proof on the rear face of the frame.
I don't know about the Remington, but the 1910 Browning is a snappy handful in .380. The one I have is the version that was imported here, until GCA '68 ruined things, as the Model 1955. As nice as the Browning 1910 and 1922 pistols are, for me, the Colt Pocket Hammerless feels much better in my hand and is easier to shoot well.