1940? Walther PPK

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by Buzzy, Dec 5, 2010.

  1. Buzzy

    Buzzy New Member

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    I have a Walther PPK in a 7.65 Caliber that my Dad brought back after the war. He gave this gun to his father and then it was passed on to me. It has been sitting in a safe for the last 25 years. I am thinking of selling it but not quite sure on the value. I am posting some photos that give a prettey good indication of its condition. I have the holster and two magazines. The holster has the serial number of the pistol stamped in the leather.

    http://s1234.photobucket.com/albums/ff405/Cbuzzy/
  2. StoneChimney

    StoneChimney New Member

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    Appears to be a c.1941 Walther PPK with the police acceptance mark. These are getting scarce and truly mint specimens with holster are bringing $1500 plus. You do have some condition issues, though, that bring this pistol down below the $1000 mark.

    Realistically $600-$800 in my opinion.
  3. Danny

    Danny Member

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    Hello,
    Your pistol was indeed manufactured in 1940. The eagle/c means police accepted, as Chimney pointed out. With a numbered correct holster, 2 grand would be a good starting point, after all, the condition is 95% easy. If the mags should be numbered ,than you could add an extra 500. Congrats on such a great find.
    Danny:)
    NOTE: If the grips have any cracks in them, deduct 300 dollars.
    Last edited: Dec 5, 2010
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