Re: WWII Walther PPK Value
Danny, those grips are very hard to find, and if you did, they would cost upwards of $300. As for the condition of the pistol, it is hard to tell because of the blurriness and poor lighting of the photos, but it does look better than 95% to me, even though it has those late war tool marks. I don't doubt that if it was put up for sale that eventually someone might crawl out of the woodwork with a fistful of money and pay $1400 or so, but finding such a novice customer would take a lot of time and perserverance. As for the holster, it is shown on page 101 of "Military Holsters of World War II" by Eugene J. Bender, and it is for a Sauer Model 38(H).