7/12/21 - This is a very nice example of an ultra rare Verchromt-finished Walther PP sold in the commercial market in 1938. It is all matching, has the proper "Crown N" proofs, and has the proper blued rear satin. These verchromt or satin nickel-finished PP's are ultra rare as only about 600 were ever made. It has retained somewhere between 85-90% of its original verchromt finish. Most of the finish loss is spotty wear on the straps. There is also minor wear on the high edges of the slide. Some Minor spotty wear and tiny dots of oxidation on both sides of the slide. It comes with rare brown PP grips and a rare verchromt finger extension magazine. The bore is stone-mint.