As Robo said- Victory Model. Besides Lend-Lease, they were also used to arm plant guards, etc. Be SURE it says .38 S&W Special, and not .38 S&W (made in both, they ARE different cartridges).
This is basically the Model 10, but may have lesser degree of finish, etc. Value will depend entirely on condition and originality. 95%, complete with lanyard ring on butt (frequently missing) these are about $350.
These were made for the standard round nosed lead 158 gr. There is also a military overun load on the market that is a FMJ round nosed 130. Light load, will not hurt your gun, stopping power for defense sux. The 144 or 148 grain Wadcutter target load will also shoot very well in your veteran. Victory model made 1942-1945.
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