9/7/21 - This is a minty example of a Walther PPK sold in the commercial market in 1939. It is all matching and has the proper "Crown N" commercial proofs. The rig comes with a generic unmarked leather holster, one period-correct finger extension magazine, and one period-correct flat-bottom magazine. It comes with an excellent brown grip that has nice splashes of red color here and there. There is a hairline crack in the spine and on the right side. It has retained about 97-98% of its original high polish finish. There is very minor wear around the muzzle, near the ejection port, and a few tiny spots on the front strap. Mint bore.