Ok, so I'm probably going to kick myself forever listing this but here we go... What we have here is a Vopo P08 Luger made new in 1953 as a series of 100 test pistols made to show that the East Germans could manufacture their own pistols. These pistols are identified by a "N" prefix on the serial #. They started at N1001-N1100. This one is #36. This gun is in immaculate shape with just a little regular wear and no rust or pitting. It is mostly numbers matching with the only non matching part is part of the toggle. I hear they had a problem with this and and it wasn't uncommon to rebuild the toggle from time to time with existing surplus parts. Here is a good article from another forum that explains more In detail. http://luger.gunboards.com/showthread.php?17490-P-08-completely-new-made-in-the-GDR The pistol is a 9mm caliber with two mags, one reproduction and the other I believe is a post war Vopo mag but it is not #s matching. I'm asking $1550 for this very rare example of a post war Luger. Would consider trades for other collectible firearms: i.e. WWI and WWII but not limited to war guns Other trades would be for a 308 battle rifle, preferably a M1A or maybe AR10. Also could be interested in a Sig M11A1. Open to other trades as well, never know what I might fancy... Also can send more detailed pictures upon request.