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.
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.