8/13/20 - This is a nice example of a rare Walther PP from the WW2 era. It is NSKK marked and issued, which was the designated official transportation branch of the NSDAP. There were about 3,500 such pistols issued, and ~100 reported serials. This pistol is all original and correct with about 90% blue remaining. The majority of the finish loss is found on the edges of the slide, muzzle and straps. There's also a general patina set in on the straps. Excellent grips and finger extension magazine. Eagle/N proofs on slide and frame. Minty bore.
From Axis Pistols: "In 1930, the NSKK was designated the official transportation branch of the NSDAP. Its primary mission was to meet all the transportation needs of the Nazi Party. Motorization won Germany for the NSDAP and with it they expected to conquer the world. At the outbreak of World War II, the NSKK assumed important military transportation responsibilities. By 1943, almost all of the NSKK was on active service either with the Army or the Waffen SS."