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The Swede & Swiss are very similar. I think the Swede has a metal separator/retainer in it. Will amend my previous post to that effect. The German auto holster with DRGM & "AkAH" trademark may be post-WW2. If you do a search on "AkAH" you will see a new one up for sale. The E. German Makarov holster in interesting as I have never encountered one so marked inside the flap...much different from the norm. Several of the repro holsters and the one PA-63 have bogus German WW2 markings. Lastly, on the black leather box, I think is is medical-related. I had seen a similar one with leather retention strap inside and it reportedly for the Zeiss Gew98 bifocal sight set.
 

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German small auto??? View attachment 3929134
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It has DRGM and what looks like crossed rifles on it. I think I have seen this before. I just looked this one up its German WW2 for PPK
Commercial marked DRGM
German small auto??? View attachment 3929134
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It has DRGM and what looks like crossed rifles on it. I think I have seen this before. I just looked this one up its German WW2 for PPK
Early commercially marked WWII PPK holster.......Nice holster.
 

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Ok thanks guys for the updates. marked the ppk holster as such and updated the French mle46 holster. The next one (third row first on left) is for a fn1922 but was made for a Dutch model 25-2 (FN M1922M1) pre WW2 and I read most of these were captured by the Germans. It came with a cleaning rod with serial number 26197 on it.
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