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According to a statement by forum member DennisV, my P5 compact with serial number 150801 is the last one produced and delivered by Walther with OEM wooden grips. In addition, it has the bottom magazine holder, which is rare for a P5 compact as well. Also, it is in almost mint condition.
I paid 300 euros minus 50 euros for my old S & W M60, so a total of 250 euros.
What do you estimate about the price of this P5 compact in the USA?
 

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According to a statement by forum member DennisV, my P5 compact with serial number 150801 is the last one produced and sold by Walther with OEM wooden grips. In addition, it has the bottom magazine holder, which is rare for a P5 compact as well. Also, it is in almost mint condition.
I paid 300 euros minus 50 euros for my old S & W M60, so a total of 250 euros.
What do you estimate about the price of this P5 compact in the USA?

There's one on Gunbroker going for $9500. That's more expensive than a P5 Lang, so the value is questionable. Definitely rare. Really envious of the price you got it for.
 

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You might want to see what this sells for.......


https://www.gunbroker.com/item/845369211


I would think it sells at ~$3000 tops.


That $9500 P5C is an "asking price" with a "make an offer" option. IMHO, the seller has the "asking price" high to avoid lowball offers.
 

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Realy???
I should consider to export it to the USA. LOL
Anybody interested to buy it? :D
I wait for bids... LOOL
BTW The linked P5 compact is exactly the same one as my one.
But I don't have the original box, also not the instruction.
There's a second original magazin and the "target paper" (I don't know the correct English word) from Walther, where the shooting performance was tested by Walther.
 

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That GB link I posted is a new in box example. Here in the U.S., +90% used Walthers would have a reduced value of around 20~25% vs NIB.
 

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Oops, NIB, does that mean "new in box"?
Sorry, it's not easy for a new forum member, who's additionally not of American origin, to understand such abbreviations. So forgive me this question.

No worries. The only dumb question is the one that is not asked.


You are correct, NIB means "New In Box".


There are also....
ANIB, As New In Box, or Appears New In Box.
LNIB, Like New In Box.
 
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