Czeck Republic

 

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Czeck Proof

Up to the 1:st January 1931 Czeckslovakia used the proofmarks from Austria-Hungarian period. On the 17:th of December new marks and a new proof law was approved and is used from the 1:st of January 1932.

During the second world war Weipert was a part of Germany, and the rest of Czeckoslovakia was occupied by Germany but they used marks from 1931.

When Czeckoslovakia was divided to Czeck Republic and Solvak Republic, Czeck republic kept the former proof laws.

Up to 1962

Mark

Proof house

Valid

Type of proof

Prague

1931->1962

Optional black powder proof for single barrel

As Prague but with a star

Weipert

1931->1939

1946-1952

Proof of unfinished barrels destined for multibarrel guns

Prague

1931->1939

Optional black powder proof for double barrel

As Prague but with a star

Weipert

1931->1939

1946-1952

Optional black powder proof for double barrel

Prague

1931->1955

Shotgun obligatory black powder proof

As Prague but with a star

Weipert

1931->1939

1946-1952

Shotgun obligatory black powder proof

Prague

1931->1962

Shotgun obligatory smokeless powder proof

As Prague but with a star

Weipert

1931->1939

1946-1952

Shotgun obligatory smokeless powder proof

Prague

1962-1972

Voluntary optional black powder proof for double barrels

From 1962 to current date

Mark

Proof house

Valid

Type of proof

Prague
&
Weipert

1962->

Individual proof of muzzleloading arms using black powder

Prague
&
Weipert

1962->

Final smokeless proof

Prague
&
Weipert

1962->

Final re-enforced smokeless proof

Prague
&
Weipert

1962

Individual proof of breechloading rifled arms using powder cartridges.

Prague
&
Weipert

1962->

Prague proofhouse

Prague
&
Weipert

1962->

Re-proof

 

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