WW1 Maxim 8mm nine cylinder revolver
This German made Maxim 1893 revolver which has a 9 shot capacity and is chambered in Austro-Hungarian Empire 8mm Gasser. This is of German manufacture as Austro-Hungarian were the only user of 8mm Gasser apart from Italy and Kingdom of Yugoslavia did have a few but in very low numbers.
During WW1 the 8mm Maxim was used as a second line defence by the Austro-Hungarian Army, it also did see service with the Imperial German Army behind the lines on the western front but in very limited numbers.
This German design that features a distinctive hemmed barrel and fluted cylinder walls. The serial number 103 is found on the lower part of the revolver. Deactivated but with a working action it can be cocked and dry fired.
The trigger return spring has lost a bit of tension, but the dry firing is fine. This is a rare pre WW1 revolver and is not expensive unlike the Lugar or C96.