A very early 15.2 date (February 1940) large trigger guard 8mm Japanese Type 14 Nambu pistol made by the Nagoya Arsenal, with two matching transition production serial numbered magazines (one with a nickel tube and the other with a blued tube) in an issue brown leather clamshell holster.
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This is a factory demonstrator cutaway version of the Mauser-made P.08 commercial contract Luger marked and delivered to the Persian military. The Shah's crown and lion are on the chamber, and the toggle is marked “Mauser” in Farsi. The factory delivered about 2,000 pistols under a 1936 order (split between four-inch regular and eight-inch "artillery" barrels). These examples are considered very rare.