Certificate, dated 18 February 1946, officially authorized by the Theater Commander, to retain as personal property referred to as Pistol, Belguim, .32cal. No.701150(serial no. on pistol), signed by Lt. M O'Connell, with official US Forces European Theater Headquarters Seal. Yes, the pistol has waffenamp stampings.
Thanks...the disposition form as a war trophy will add about 20% to the normal retail value. With the holster and document, the piece normally retails in the range of $600 to $850 depending on overall condition of all pieces (gun and holster). You can purchase the guns in average condition for around $300-400. They are relatively common. Note: Pre-War and wartime production only went up to serial number 325,000 so I think perhaps you are not looking at the actual weapon number....here is a great FREE link that will give you more history on these firearms including issue ranges:
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