I'm coming in pretty late on this, but the Warwick is the same as a Mondial, just under a different name. This is pretty common with the Spanish/Eibar pistols of that time, as well as similar but different pistols from different makers having the same name. It is all part of what makes collecting (or even understanding) the Spanish/Eibar pistols so difficult and interesting.
The Mondial/Warwick does not actually copy a Savage, but only tries to capitalize on the "Savage look and feel." These are pretty standard Spanish/Eibar "Ruby-type" Browning-based vestpocket pistols. The Savage automatics were sold internationally and with 10-round magazines (in .32) were the "hi-cap" pistol of their day. A number of Spanish/Eibar gunmakers tried to tie their pistols to the Savage brand.
BTW, the various .25 Savages were only "vestpocket pistol" prototypes made from about 1915-1920. None ever went into production, although some came close enough that Savage made salemen's samples. The larger "pocket pistol" model 1907 was made in .32 from 1908-1920 and in .380 from 1913-1920; this was the original Savage automatic (although during the early years of the model 1907 Savage also made a .45 prototype, of which several hundred were made for US Army testing in the competition for a new sidearm -- the Savage was the only other finalist, along with the pistol that ended up winning the competition and became known as the Colt 1911). The other two Savage automatics, the "hammerless" model 1915 and wide-gripped model 1917 (which replaced the m1907 in 1920) were essentially variations of the same design, and also made in only .32 and .380.
Originally Posted by zenbu9
Does anyone know about a Savage pistol clone called the "Warwick"?
I heard it's a Spanish copy of the Savage model 1907 .25 pistol that was made after Savage Arms discontinued making them in 1910.
They focus more on the .32 and the .380's up to 1920.
Would appreciate any info on this "rare" item.