Hard shell holster designed for a Luger pistol, in very good condition.
It is has been made in 1934 by AUWAERTER & BUBECK A.G. in STUTTGART. The markings are placed on front flap, just like it was sometimes done during WW1. The Inspection mark is a superb drop wings Eagle/WaA 101.
Closing system is the usual one (from the top to the bottom) and you find the internal strap + the pouch for the combination tool. You can still find the leather tube and flap for storage of the cleaning rod and some cotton wool (which was often removed after because of the adoption of the RG34).
The color is BLACK and was made for the K CODE LUGER (and after …).
This HOLSTER is pictured in the book WW2 German Military HOLSTERS on page 95.