1914 Mauser Pistol Serial Numbers

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Oct 13, 2005. New to the Forum. Does any Mauser Model 1914 collector have the number of mausers produced each year 1914-1918? If anyone does, do you also have the serial numbers for that year? Browse all new and used Mauser Pistols. 1914 pistol has the 'Germany' import stamp on the frame side. This commercial pistol's serial number is 388191.

My friend has a little Mauser pistol her father left her. She's not emotionally attached to it and would like to know whether it's just an old pistol or perhaps has some collector's value. So a rough evaluation of its possible price would be appreciated, or a link to some Mauser collector's website so I could better check on it.

My guess it's a common issue and not worth a lot, maybe $100-150, but as you know, sometimes older weapons can have collector's value far above if they're unique or in a rare batch or whatever. Pistol: Mauser 1910 model, 6.35mm (25cal) 'Waffenfabrik Mauser A-G Oberndorf AN Mauser's Patent' plus the Mauser logo is the onlyt marking. And the s/n 87000 (not the actual s/n but it's 5 digits beginning '87') Condition: worn but operable, military style brown leather holster w. Extra magazine slot, pistol has 2 magazines. I can post a photo if needed but it's the same as shown in Wiki for the 1910 6.35mm model. This pistol has no special engravings or markings. Anybody have some further info?

1914 Mauser Pistol Price

My friend has a little Mauser pistol her father left her. She's not emotionally attached to it and would like to know whether it's just an old pistol or perhaps has some collector's value. Torrent Versacheck Platinum 2007 Crack.

So a rough evaluation of its possible price would be appreciated, or a link to some Mauser collector's website so I could better check on it. My guess it's a common issue and not worth a lot, maybe $100-150, but as you know, sometimes older weapons can have collector's value far above if they're unique or in a rare batch or whatever. Pistol: Mauser 1910 model, 6.35mm (25cal) 'Waffenfabrik Mauser A-G Oberndorf AN Mauser's Patent' plus the Mauser logo is the onlyt marking. And the s/n 87000 (not the actual s/n but it's 5 digits beginning '87') Condition: worn but operable, military style brown leather holster w.

Extra magazine slot, pistol has 2 magazines. I can post a photo if needed but it's the same as shown in Wiki for the 1910 6. Capture One Pro Trial Reset Download. 35mm model. This pistol has no special engravings or markings. Anybody have some further info? Thanks!Just about ANY Mauser pistol in decent condition will bring some real money.

I would research it in Gunbroker and other sites but just a cursory look and we are talking over $500. Worn or not, if it is a war bring back, no import marks, all original, the actual value depends on many factors. Also, what a collector is willing to pay, depends on the hole in a collection that needs to be filled, etc.Correct, Doc.

As was, the other pistols we looked at were much more pristine, the one my friend had was very worn, inc. Banged up, had seen plenty of rough treatment, not just scratches but deep dings and dents. If it had been pristine or near that, maybe 600 bucks. So she got less, understandably, but what I considered acceptable. The gun's too worn to be reliable for SD, and caliber too small anyway.

It only had value to a collector and we'd previously verified it as authentic German WW-I manufacture, but not of a special lot or grouping. Thanks again for the good info.