11/20/20 - This is an all matching and rare DWM Navy Model Luger from WW1. It's a first issue, altered safety example (Model 1906). There were only about 21,000 1906 variation Navy pistols produced, and only 40% estimated to be unit marked like this one. This model had the safety position switched, which is extremely common for these guns. The rear of the frame is marked 'W.W 2049', which is a property number and indicates it went to the shipyard at Wilhelmshaven. The pistol is all original with about 95% of the blue remaining. Minor high edge wear in the common places, and some oxidation on the straps. Less than 50% of the original straw remains. The grips are original to the gun and matching to the serial. The magazine is a rare, original Navy example with Crown/M proof, but the serial is mismatched. Additional Navy proofs (Crown/M) on the barrel and receiver. Bore is shiny with strong rifling and only minor signs of use.