I picked one up yesterday at a show. Could only make out an "8" in the ink stamp on the inside of the flap. I was hoping it was a 1918 to match my Luger. Well under better light I could see the inkstamp was 1908 and a couple of letters and "11". Also found a faint date of stamped pressing "1908" just above the ink stamp. Stamped maker name on outside of Holster is "???LENFELD & Co." over "BARMEN". Has the outside compartment for a spare magazine. Inside compartment for the small tool. Holster is very solid with some crazing and a few small parts where the outer skin of the leather has come off due to crazing. It is brown in color. Also has a belt with "11" on it and a stamped triangle about 1/2 inch equal sides with a "K" in it and a couple of other letters I can't make out. The belt is very good condition, better than the holster. The question is, does the year make it worth more since it is a first year production holster? If so, I would sell it and find a lesser value one with correct year for my Luger. TIA, EDINOH.