6/22/21 - This is an excellent example of a Walther PPK that was issued to the Third Reich banking system in 1933. The gun is in the correct serial range for a bank-issued pistol and has the typical additional panographed serial number on the slide. It also comes with one matching magazine that is properly numbered on the mag bottom, something unique to bank guns. It is all matching and has the proper "Crown N" proofs. It has retained about 96-97% of its original finish. There is minor wear around the muzzle and spotty wear along the right side of the slide. An area of minor spotty discoloration on the left side of the slide. Very minor freckling on the front strap. Comes with an excellent brown grip - no chips or cracks. Mint bore.