1/23/23 - This is a minty example of a rare DWM model 1900 luger with American Eagle crest on the chamber. This is the first production model of this variation, made in or around 1900 with early dish toggle. These pistols went to the US retail market and the manufacturers at DWM realized that nation-based crests increased sales of these lugers, so that is why you find the American Eagle over the chamber. This is also why you see GERMANY marked on the frame, denoting these were exported for commercial sale. This one is all matching and has retained about 98% of its bluing. There is just very minor thinning on the straps, hints of wear on some of the high edges, an area of very light scratching on the left side of the frame, and one small area of discoloration near the safety lever. Comes with minty wood grips and a proper blank-bottom commercial magazine (the wood bottom is chipped on the left side). The bore has good rifling, but there is very light pin-pricking throughout.