East German Zero Series Spreewerk
A late-war zero series Spreewerk that saw post-war use in East Germany. Barrel is an East German replacement with a 'crown over n' proof mark, numbered to match the rest of the pistol. Frame and slide are original Spreewerk manufacture (with the exception of an East German firing pin). East German markings on right side of slide and left side of trigger guard have been defaced, but the administrative district marking on the left side of the slide remains intact. Locking block is original Spreewerk and retains its 'eagle over 88' acceptance marking and a post-war East German marking.
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East German "a" Prefix Spreewerk
An "a" prefix Spreewerk produced in March of 1945. fnh barrel re-stamped to match the frame and slide. East German firing pin with many hardness test dimples. Administrative district 25 marking is on the forward edge of the right side of the frame. Standard Spreewerk acceptance and proof markings on the slide. East German manufactured magazine is serialized to the pistol. Early Walther grips.