A companion but not a pair to #97-1128 both pistols were acquired after WWII and remained in the same family for over 60 years. This example varies for caliber, barrel length and decoration which evidently was custom for each gun. Another example is illustrated in Firearms Curiosa, p.247. See also Waffenrevue, Sept. 30, 1978. Very few examples are known, suggesting that they were produced to order only, which would account for their scarcity and the lack of markings, and be consistent with their superior quality. This example is preserved with some dark blue to the cylinder and trigger. The frame shows much original nickel plating.
Barrel: 3 3/4" length, .36 cal., fine rose damascus twist.