WW2 Walther PPK w/Swastika Grip

Discussion in 'The Ask the Pros & What's It Worth? Forum' started by bmw750, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. crazy charlie

    crazy charlie New Member

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    I would post this on the p38 forum. They have a section for WW-II PP & PPK's.
    Dieter Marshall is a member and frequents the forum.
    The 'capture papers' are interesting and in most circles add value to the pistol.
    The pistol might have been a private purchase and the purchaser may have become a Party Leader after the purchase. Who knows?
    The date of manufacture 1935 seems right.
    I wouldn't begin to speculate the value, but it would probably be $1000+.
    I had a 1939 PPK that I gifted to my Daughter (her Pap brought back from WW-II w/capture papers) conservatively valued @ $1500.
    Sentimental value priceless.
  2. schooner.207

    schooner.207 Member

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    hello , your gun looks right as rain, go over to p38 forums for comparisons, try to post your pics , two have already been shown
  3. denny 714

    denny 714 Member

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    bmw750,

    Did you ever get confirmation as to weather the "Black Party Leaders" are real or not ??? !!!.....


    Denny G.
  4. Ed Wagner

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    I would think it entirely possible that the original owner could have installed later fancier grips for whatever personal reason.
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