9/17/21 - This is a very nice example of an early Walther PPK sold in the commercial market in 1934. It is all matching, has the proper "Crown N" commercial proofs, and has an early 90-degree safety lever. It has retained about 91-92% of its finish. There is minor wear on the high edges of the slide and around the muzzle. There is a noticeable area of wear and discoloration on the top of the slide toward the back of the gun. There are also areas of discoloration on the right side of the slide and on the front strap. Comes with a very nice grip (repaired hairline crack on the left side) and a proper Walther banner-only magazine. The bore has good rifling with pin-pricking throughout.