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1910/21 Bergman Bayard sn 9823 with holster. Mag close but not matched which is most common with these.  Early WaA as clearly reworked by the Nazis during WW2.  GERMAN ARMY, 1910/20 BERGMAN BAYARD, SERIAL NUMBER 9823.The Danish military obtained 4080 Model 1910 Bergman Bayards from AELP in Belgium before the start of World War I. After world War I, Denmark produced about 2200 of a modified version of the model 1910 called the 1910/21. The AELP Bergman Bayards obtained by Denmark from Belgium(produced in Belgium before World War I) were modified by Danish arsenals and stamped 1910/21.On April 8 and 9, 1940 Germany attacked and occupied Denmark and remained there until the Wars end. Captured Bergman Bayards were used by the occupying Germans. The Germans designated them P. 644 (d). Correspondence with a Danish Museum (by John James) revealed documents dated 10-24-43 that indicates the E/WaAC6 stamp was used on a variety of captured Danish military equipment during the occupation. Bergman Bayards 1910/21s with the E/WaAC6 stamp were reported in Denmark.When Axis Pistols was revised in 1989, six Bergman Bayards were reported with the German Army E/WaAC6 stamp, serial numbers:2016, 4624, 5972, 6349, 6727, and 9823. These are all 1910/21 marked Danish arsenal reworks of Belgium AEP manufactures pistols with large wooden grips. Fritz (Fredrich Muller) reports 15 waffen accepted Bergman Bayards (P.644 (d) Bayard 1910/21, 10/23/2003)

1910/21 Bergman Bayard sn 9823 with holster

$4,000.00 Regular Price
$3,600.00Sale Price
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