One of 1,150 pistols produced for Portugal's military in WWI, with the distinctive Portuguese emblem molded into the hard rubber grips, and lanyard ring. Survival rate is low, and many of those few that were reimported had the Portuguese grips replaced with standard Savage grips, making this configuration even more desireable. It's also rare to find an early military issue pistol in this nice condition. With very rare original Portuguese Savage box. Model variation 1907-13-3. Brower collection, pictured on page 43 of "Savage Pistols."
CONDITION: Very good with 95% of original blue. Box is in very good condtion for century old cardboard, with slight losses to edges of lid label, and Portuguese writing on top & bottom of box.
ITEM#: BB133 S/N: 122623 CAL: .32 ACP