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One of the so-called dual tone's. Blued slide (not much left) phosphate frame. I'm guessing 1943?

from: http://www.tague.at/pistolen/en_index.htm?/pistolen/pages/en_cz27.htm

"Böhmische" variation, a so called "Dual-Tone" piece. Slide blued, frame phosphated. Interesting thing to this one: No serial on the right side of the frame. Based on own researches is this only in the serial range 20,000-245,000.
Characteristics:
Legend:
slide top: BÖHMISCHE WAFFENFABRIK A.G. IN PRAG
slide left: Pistole Modell 27 Kal. 7,65
Finish:slide blued, good finish

frame phosphated, good finishsmall parts strawed
Grips:one piece chequered Bakelit with CZ-Logo
Serial number:6-digit number on top of slide

no number on frame
no number on barrel(only in serial range ~ 200000-245000)
Acceptance stamp:E/WaA 76 on right frame
E/WaA 76 on barrel
Test proof stamp:E HK
 

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Very nice pair.......they're meant for each other:thumbsup:
Watched that holster for a while....let me know how it fits with the pin.
That was a concern, that somebody installed it long ago in order to fit the holster to a smaller pistol. But, it does appear to be the Czech Lion and it obviously has been there a long time. I don't think that I will remove it at all, if it no longer fits a cz27, I will continue looking.
 

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The button is most real a Protektorat uniform button.
Thanks for jumping in, Andy. Can you give me more information? Are you saying that this is a button off of a German Occupation Soldier's uniform?
 

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Ahh, so the states that Germany broke Czechoslovakia into, when they annexed the Sudetenland and broke Czechoslovakia up into the Protectorate of Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia.
If I understand you, you are stating that the button is from a Moravian Soldier during the period 1939-1945?
 

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Andy, one last question: any idea as to this name?




Close up of the button:

 

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The button is stamped on the back: F. Van Malderen Bruxelles.
 
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