Photo Gallery: Sneak Peek at Morphy’s Upcoming Gun Auction



Presentation Engraved Nazi Walther PP Pistol

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This Walther Model PP pistol, cira. 1938, not only has the potential to appeal to firearms collectors, but military, as well. The ornate 7.65mm Browning (.32 ACP) was obviously destined for a high-ranking Nazi Germany official, given the Nazi emblem on the ivory grips and the Death’s Head and SS runes inset on the top rib. The pistol is also covered with very fine oak leaf pattern engraving over stippling and an inscription commemorating 50 happy years. Estimate: $15,000-$18,000

Morphy Auctions had a heck of start to 2016, moving $1.1 million worth of firearms at its January Las Vegas sale. And the Pennsylvania-based company is shooting to keep its momentum rolling with its next event of the year. Morphy is slated to hold a two-day auction April 9-10 at its Denver, Pa., location, with more than 1,500 lots ready to cross the block. The auction house has a fairly wide spectrum of firearms set for sale, including a number of one-of-a-kind guns. Here is a sneak peak of a few of the more desirable guns that are certain to have firearms collectors drooling at the sale.


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