Nice package, I assume you got factory letters on both since you know provenance and that they are factory engraved? If any two pistols are worthy of lettering these are it. Thanks for sharing with us, they're worthy of bragging rights.
I believe Wolf and Klar was located in Ft. Worth, unless they had another store. I have a picture of their storefront that I have posted on here somewhere before..... you might do a search in the forum if interested.
The 1908 went for about $8500 (including the BP). Hammer was $6750. <br>
Had to chuckle when I saw the estimate of $1K-2K; knew it would go far north of that.<br>
Nice guns, Opentop. Really nice.
I just noticed that Jackthedog has a 1945 made Norwegian .45 Auto with Nazi marking for auction on Gun Auction. Here is the web site for anyone with interest. Its serial number is 30500 which is very late in production.
NORWEGIAN M/1914 (1911 .45 COPY)... 1945 WW2 NAZI ACCEPTED...MATCHING...
I'm new to the forum & would like to know if anyone can recommend a good person or business that can rechecker & refinish a pair of WWI grips. I've been reading a bunch of 1911 related posts here & the level of knowledge & expertice is impressive. Thanks in advance.
I have a Colt 1911 with a serial number of 114695 that has a .45 Ed Brown barrel ! When I look up the serial number from Colt the closest I get to it is a 1950s era super 38 . Could this gun have been converted?