Incredibly enough, this pristine pistol was recovered from the wreckage of a B-24 bomber in Iceland in 1943. The crash killed all but one person aboard. The tail gunner survived, escaping with minor injuries. Lt. Stephen Clark, tasked with recovering papers and bodies from the plane, flew a B-17 from England to Iceland and, evidently, found and kept the pistol. He passed it to his son in 1958, and it sold for the first time in 2010.