6/22/21 - This is a minty example of a very early Walther PPK manufactured in 1932. The gun is all matching and has the proper "Crown N" proofs. This one also has a post-factory "C.P.B." marking on the slide. This is a known variation, but there is a lot of debate in the collector community about what it actually stands for. The leading two theories are that it was either issued to a private bank guard or to a police organization. Either way, this is a very scarce variation. The gun has retained about 98% of its original finish. There is just a hint of wear on the high edges of the slide and minor wear around the muzzle. A few very tiny handling marks on the slide and front strap. Comes with an excellent brown grip and a correct Walther banner-only magazine. Mint bore.