8/18/20 - This is a unique, fairly scarce set of police accessories. There is a holster, first made by AKAH for commercial use, and then converted to a police holster most likely during / prior to WW2. The holster & magazine BOTH have the same unit stamp "H.P. 446", which is very rare. The holster shows signs of being converted through the stitching marks on the lid and body of leather. The retaining loop on the lid of the holster (under the brass closure knob) is missing stitching and unattached on one side. The leather is fairly worn and pliable but completely in tact with no other major issues. The magazine is star/S proof stamped on the base and serial numbered, but also has the unit stamp on the spine as shown. Comes with a police style tool that is unit stamped / serial numbered on the back, which is police style but we're not sure if it was issued with this magazine and holster (they did all come together, however). Great to pair with a WW2 era police luger !