has wood grips and some holster wear, all #s match. has the nazi markings.
My rather old (1994) copy of “Standard Catalog of Firearms” gives the following for the FN model 1922:
According the above, pistols with Waffenanmt markings are worth a 10% premium. (However, I doubt this is true for some of the later, really crude, WWII pistols).
Based on what I’ve seen recently at gunshows in this area, these values are more or less current. For whatever reason, this pistol is not especially desirable.