I missed out on this incredible find and hoped someone on this forum picked it up. It had an original box (appears to be) that I have never seen...
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The Fraktur typefaces were particularly heavily used during the time of Nazism, when they were initially represented as true German script, the press scolded for its frequent use of "Roman characters" under "Jewish influence" and German émigrés urged to use only "German script".If anyone here remembers the computer game Wolfenstein 3D from the early 90s, a first-person shooter that took place in Nazi Germany, it's interesting to see a very familiar font on that Achtung label.
Attention, this little box is only meant for transporting or storing the pistol, not for storing it when on duty. When on duty, the pistol must always be kept at the ready, not in this little box.
In case you wondered.