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1899/1900 Swiss Test Model


4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Swiss Cross in Sunburst stamped over chamber. Serial range runs to three digits. With fewer than 100 manufactured and only one known to exist, it is one of the rarest Lugers and first true Luger that was produced. Model is far too rare to estimate an accurate value.

1900 Swiss Contract


Courtesy Gale Morgan
4.75-in. barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Swiss Cross in Sunburst stamped over chamber. Serial number range 1-5,000, all for military contract.
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1900 Commercial


Courtesy Gale Morgan
4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Area above chamber is blank. Serial range 01-19000. Approximately 5,500 manufactured for commercial sale in Germany or other countries. Some have "Germany" stamped on frame. Imported into the U.S. Some were even stamped after bluing.
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1900 American Eagle


4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. American Eagle crest stamped over chamber. Serial range between 2000-200000. Approximately 11,000-12,000 commercial models marked "Germany" and 1,000 military test models, without commercial import stamp. Serial numbers of military lots are between 6100-7100. NOTE: For these models add a premium of 40 to 50 percent, depending on condition.
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1900 Test Eagle


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1900 Bulgarian Contract


Courtesy Gale Morgan
Old model 1900 Type, with no stock lug. Has 4.75" barrel and chambered for 7.65mm cartridge. Bulgarian crest stamped over chamber and safety marked in Bulgarian letters. Serial range 20000-21000, with 1,000 manufactured. Military test model and quite rare, as most were re-barreled to 9mm during the time they were used. Even with 9mm versions, approximately 10 are known to exist. Only variation to feature a marked safety before 1904.
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1900 Carbine


11.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Carbines have a gracefully contoured and finely checkered walnut forearm and detachable shoulder stock. Rear sight on this extremely rare variation is a five-position sliding model located on rear link. Area above chamber is blank. Serial range is three digits or under. This may have been a prototype, as less than 100 were produced. Model far too rare to estimate an accurate value.

1902 Prototype


- Less than 150 manufactured.

1902 Commercial—"Fat Barrel"


Thick 4 barrel, 9mm caliber. Area above chamber is blank. Chambered for 9mm cartridge. Serial numbers fall within 22300-22400 and 22900-23500 range. Approximately 600 manufactured. Greater part of those noted were marked "Germany" for export purposes.
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1902 American Eagle


As above, with an American Eagle stamped over chamber. Chambered for 9mm cartridge. Serial numbers fall within 22100-22300 and 22450-22900 range. Solely intended for export sales in U.S.A. and all are marked "Germany" on frame. Approximately 700 manufactured.
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1902 American Eagle Cartridge Counter


As above, with "Powell Indicating Device" added to left grip. Slotted left grip, with a numbered window that allows visual access to number or rounds remaining in special "indicator magazines". There were 50 Lugers altered in this way at the request of U.S. Board of Ordinance, for U.S. Army evaluation. Serial numbers are 22401-22450. Be especially wary of fakes!
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1902 Carbine


Courtesy Gale Morgan
11.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Sight has four positions and is silver-soldered to barrel. Stock and forearm were sold with this weapon. Serial range was 21000-22100, 23500-24900 and 50000 to 50100. Approximately 2,500 manufactured for commercial sale in and out of Germany. Many were imported into United States, but none here have been noted with "Germany" export stamp. NOTE: Prices include matching stock. Add 15 percent premium for 50000 to 50100 serial numbers.
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1902 Presentation Carbine


11.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Carbines have initials of owner gold-inlaid above chamber. Furnished with checkered walnut stock and forearm. Only four have been noted in 9000C serial number range. They have initials "GL" for Georg Luger on back of rear toggle. Too rare to estimate value.

1902/06 Carbine (Transitional)


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11.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Assembled from Model 1902 parts with new toggle assembly. Four-position sliding sight silver-soldered to barrel and checkered walnut stock and forearm. Approximately 100 manufactured in 23600 serial number range. NOTE: Prices include matching stock.
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1903 Commercial


4" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Chamber area is blank. Approximately 50 manufactured for export to France. Serial numbered 25000-25050. Extractor on this model marked "CHARGE".
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1904 Navy


6" thick barrel, 9mm caliber. Chamber area is blank and extractor marked "Geladen". Safety marked "Gesichert". Approximately 1,500 manufactured in one- to four-digit serial range, for military issue to German Navy. Toggle has a "lock" similar to 1900 types. NOTE: Advised that a professional appraisal be obtained before purchase.
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1906 Navy Commercial


New model 1906 Type, with stock lug. Has 6" barrel and chambered for 9mm cartridge. Chamber is blank and extractor marked "Geladen". Safety marked "Gesichert" and some have "Germany" export stamp. Proper magazine has a wood bottom, with concentric circles on sides. Approximately 2,500 manufactured in 25050-65000 serial range. Produced for commercial sales in and outside of Germany.
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1906 Commercial


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. Extractor marked "Geladen" and area of frame under safety in its lower position is polished and not blued. Chamber is blank. Approximately 4,000 manufactured for commercial sales. Some have "Germany" export stamp. Serial range is 26500-68000.
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1906 Commercial (Marked Safety)


As above, with area of frame under safety in its lowest position marked "Gesichert". Barrel is 4.75" in length and chambered for 7.65mm cartridge. Approximately 750 manufactured, serial numbered 25050-26800.
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1906 American Eagle


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. Chamber area has the American Eagle stamped on it. Extractor marked "Loaded". Frame under safety at its lowest point is polished and not blued. Has no stock lug. Approximately 3,000 manufactured for commercial sale in U.S.A., in serial range 25800-69000. They were supplied with wooden-based magazines stamped Cal. 9mm.
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1906 American Eagle (Marked Safety)


Courtesy Gale Morgan
4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Frame under safety at its lowest point marked "Gesichert". Approximately 750 manufactured in 25100-26500 serial number range.
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1906 American Eagle 4.75" Barrel


As above, with polished bright safety area. Approximately 8,000 manufactured in 26500-69000 serial range.
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1906 U.S. Army Test Luger .45 Caliber


5" barrel, .45 ACP caliber. Sent to United States for testing in 1907. Chamber is blank, extractor marked "Loaded". Frame is polished under safety lever. Trigger on this model has an odd hook at the bottom. Only five of these pistols were manufactured. Referred to as the "Million Dollar Luger", it is believed that no one has ever paid close to that price. One sold in the late '80s for $430,000. BUYER CAUTION: Perfect copies of this model have been made. See John Martz - Custom Lugers at the end of this Luger section.

1906 Swiss Commercial


Courtesy Bonhams & Butterfields, San Francisco, California
4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Swiss Cross in Sunburst appears over chamber. Extractor marked "Geladen". Frame under safety is polished. No stock lug and proofmarks are commercial. Approximately 1,000 manufactured in 35000-55000 serial number range.
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1906 Swiss Military


Swiss Commercial except with military proofmarks.
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1906 Swiss Police Cross in Shield


Courtesy Gale Morgan
As above, with shield replacing sunburst on chamber marking. There were 10,215 of both models combined. In 5000-15215 serial number range.
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1906 Dutch Contract


Courtesy Gale Morgan
4" barrel, 9mm caliber. No stock lug and chamber is blank. Extractor marked "Geleden" on both sides and safety marked "RUST", with a curved upward pointing arrow. Manufactured for military sales to Netherlands. Date will be found on barrel of most examples encountered. Dutch re-finished their pistols on a regular basis and marked date on barrels. Approximately 4,000 manufactured, serial numbered between 1 and 4000.
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1906 Royal Portuguese Navy


4" barrel, 9mm caliber and no stock lug. Royal Portuguese Naval crest, an anchor under a crown, stamped above chamber. Extractor marked "CARREGADA" on left side. Frame under safety is polished. Approximately 1,000 manufactured with one- to four-digit serial numbers.
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1906 Republic of Portugal Navy


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. No stock lug and extractor marked "CARREGADA". Made after 1910, when Portugal had become a republic. Anchor on chamber is under letters "R.P." Approximately 1,000 manufactured, with one- to four-digit serial numbers.
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1906 Brazilian Contract


4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. No stock lug and chamber area is blank. Extractor marked "CARREGADA" and frame under safety is polished. Approximately 5,000 manufactured for military sales to Brazil.
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1906 Bulgarian Contract


4.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. No stock lug and extractor and safety are marked in cyrillic letters. Bulgarian crest stamped above chamber. Nearly all of the examples located have barrels replaced with 4", 9mm units. This was done after later 1908 model was adopted. Some were refurbished during Nazi era and these pistols bear Waffenamts and usually mismatched parts. Approximately 1,500 manufactured, with serial numbers of one- to four-digits.
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1906 Russian Contract


Courtesy Gale Morgan
4" barrel, 9mm caliber. No stock lug. Extractor and safety are marked with cyrillic letters. Crossed Nagant rifles are stamped over chamber. Approximately 1,000 manufactured, with one- to four-digit serial numbers; but few survive. An extremely rare variation and caution should be exercised if purchase is contemplated.
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1906 Navy 1st Issue


Courtesy Gale Morgan
6" barrel, 9mm caliber. Safety and extractor are both marked in German. Chamber area is blank. There is a stock lug and unique two-position sliding Navy sight is mounted on rear toggle link. Approximately 12,000 manufactured for German Navy, with serial numbers of one- to five-digits. Wooden magazine bottom features concentric rings. NOTE: Many of these pistols had their safety changed so they were "safe" in lower position. Known as "1st issue altered". Value at approximately 20 percent less.
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1906 Navy 2nd Issue


Courtesy Gale Morgan
As above, but manufactured to be safe in lower position. Approximately 11,000, 2nd Issue Navies, manufactured with one- to five-digit serial numbers—some with an "a" or "b" suffix. Produced for sale to German Navy.
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1908 Commercial


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. No stock lug and chamber area is blank. Extractor and safety are both marked in German and many examples are marked with "Germany" export stamp. Approximately 9,000 manufactured in 39000-71500 serial number range.
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1908 Bulgarian


Courtesy Gale Morgan
Considered by many to be the most unique Luger manufactured. It has a 4" barrel, "DWM" logo over the chamber, no stock lug, Cyrillic lettered safety and extractor, Bulgarian crest on middle link and no lanyard loop at rear of frame, but rather at lower end of rear grip strap. Nealy 10,000 manufactured, but few survived the heavy wartime use. Extremely rare in V.G. to Exc. condition.
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1908 Navy Commercial


6" barrel, 9mm caliber. Has a stock lug, no grip safety and characteristic two-position sliding sight mounted on rear toggle link. Chamber area is blank and safety and extractor are both marked. The "Germany" export stamp appears on some examples. Approximately 1,500 manufactured in 44000-50000 serial number range.
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1908 Navy


As above, with "Crown M" military proof. May or may not have concentric rings on magazine bottom. Approximately 40,000 manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers and "a" or "b" suffix. These Lugers are quite scarce, as many were destroyed during and after WWI.
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1914 Navy


Stamped with dates from 1914-1918 above chamber. Approximately 30,000 manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers with an "a" or "b" suffix. They are scarce, as many were destroyed as a result of WWI. WARNING: Many counterfeit pistols reported. NOTE: Add 10 percent for 1916 date.
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1908 Military 1st Issue


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. No stock lug. Extractor and safety are both marked in German. Chamber is blank. Approximately 20,000 manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers—some with an "a" suffix.
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1908 Military Dated Chamber (1910-1913)


As above, with date of manufacture stamped on chamber.
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1913 Commercial


As above, with grip safety. Approximately 1,000 manufactured, with serial numbers 71000-72000; but few have been noted and are considered to be quite rare.
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1914 Military


As above, with stock lug. Chamber dated 1914 - 1918.
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1914 Artillery Long Pistol (LP 08)


1914 Artillery Long Pistol (LP 08) Features a nine-position adjustable sight, which has a base that is an integral part of barrel. Has stock lug and furnished with military-style flat board stock and holster rig (see Accessories). Chamber dated from 1914-1918. Safety and extractor are both marked. Developed for artillery and machine gun crews; many thousands were manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers—some have letter suffixes. Quite desirable from a collector's standpoint and is rarer than its production figures would indicate. After the war many were destroyed as the allies deemed them more insidious than other models, for some reason. NOTE: Add 100 percent to Models stamped with 1914 date. Complete matching rig adds considerably to value.
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DWM Double Dated


4" barrel, 9mm cartridge. Date 1920 or 1921 stamped over original chamber date of 1910-1918, creating double-date nomenclature. These are arsenal-reworked WWI military pistols and were then issued to German military and/or police units within provisions of Treaty of Versailles. Many thousands of these Lugers were produced.
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1920 Police Rework


As above, except original manufacture date was removed before rework date was stamped. There were many thousands of these produced. NOTE: It is not unusual to find with one or two "Police Matched" magazines.
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1920 Commercial


Similar to above, with 3.5" to 6" barrels in 7.65mm or 9mm calibers. Marked "Germany" or "Made in Germany" for export. Others are unmarked and were produced for commercial sale inside Germany. Some of these pistols are military reworks, with markings and proofmarks removed; others were newly manufactured. Extractors and safety are both marked and chamber is blank. Serial number range one- to five-digits and letter suffixes often appear. NOTE: Add 15 percent for 9mm.
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1920 Commercial Navy


6" barrel, 9mm caliber. Some have a stock lug; others have been noted without. Chamber area is generally blank, but some have been found with 1914-1918 dates stamped on them. These were reworked by DWM from Military Navy Lugers after WWI for commercial sales. They are marked "Germany" or "Made in Germany" and were sold by Stoeger Arms, among others. Extractor and safety are both marked and unique Navy sight is on rear toggle link. No one knows exactly how many were produced, but they are quite scarce.
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1920 Commercial Artillery


8" barrel, 9mm caliber. Erfurt-manufactured pistols, as well as DWM-manufactured pistols, were reworked in this manner. Export markings "Germany" or "Made in Germany" are found on most examples. Number produced is not known, but examples are quite scarce.
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1920 Long Barrel Commercial


10" to 24" barrels, 7.65mm or 9mm caliber. Extractor and safety are both marked and an artillery model rear sight is used. Often built to customer's specifications. They are rare and number manufactured is not known.
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1920 Carbine


11.75" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Chamber is blank and extractor marked "Geleden" or "Loaded". Safety is not-marked. Carbine has checkered walnut forearm and stock. Most have "Germany" or "Made in Germany" export stamp. There were few of these carbines manufactured for commercial sales in and outside of Germany. Only two-digit serial numbers observed. NOTE: Prices include stock.
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1920 Navy Carbine


Assembled from surplus Navy parts, with distinctive two position sliding navy sight on rear toggle link. Most are marked with export stamp and have naval military proofmarks still in evidence. Safety and extractor are marked and rarely one is found chambered for 9mm cartridge. Few were manufactured.
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1920 Swiss Commercial


3.5" or 6" barrels, 7.65mm or 9mm caliber. Swiss Cross in Sunburst stamped over chamber and extractor marked "Geladen". Frame under safety is polished. There were a few thousand produced, with serial numbers in one- to five-digit range, sometimes with a letter suffix.
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1923 Stoeger Commercial


Courtesy Gale Morgan
3.5" to 24" barrels, 7.65mm or 9mm caliber. There is a stock lug. Chamber area is blank or has the American Eagle stamped on it. Export stamp and "A.F.Stoeger Inc. New York" is found on right side of receiver. Extractor and safety are marked in German or English. This was model Stoeger registered with U.S. Patent office to secure Luger name and some examples will be so marked. There were less than 1,000 manufactured, with one- to five-digit serial numbers without a letter suffix. Individual appraisal must be secured on barrel lengths above 6". Be wary as fakes have been noted. Values given here are for shorter barreled models. NOTE: Add 25 percent for barrel length 8 inches or more. Add 50 percent for three line inscription as these were manufactured by Mauser and have 3 digit “v” suffix serial numbers.
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Abercrombie & Fitch Commercial 100


Swiss Lugers were made for commercial sale in United States by "Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York. Made in Switzerland". —in either one or two lines—stamped on top of barrel. Barrel is 4.75" in length and there were 49 chambered for 9mm and 51 chambered for 7.65mm cartridge. Has a grip safety and no stock lug. Swiss Cross in Sunburst stamped over chamber. Extractor is marked, but safety area is polished. Serial range is four digits—some with a letter suffix. This is a rare and desirable Luger. Be careful of fakes on models of this type and rarity.
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1923 Commercial


7.5" barrel, 7.65mm caliber. Has a stock lug and chamber area is blank. Extractor and safety are both marked in German. Manufactured for commercial sales in and outside of Germany. Approximately 18,000 produced, with serial numbers in 73500-96000 range.
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1923 Commercial Safe & Loaded


As above, except extractor and safety are marked in English "Safe" & "Loaded". Approximately 7,000 manufactured in 73500-96000 serial number range.
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1923 Dutch Commercial & Military


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. Has a stock lug and chamber area is blank. Extractor marked in German and safety marked "RUST", with a downward pointing arrow. Sold commercially and to military in Netherlands. Approximately 1,000 manufactured in one- to three-digit serial range, with no letter suffix.
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Royal Dutch Air Force


4" barrel, 9mm caliber. Marked with Mauser Oberndorf proofmark. Serial numbered in 10000 to 14000 range. Safety marked "RUST".
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