I searched around for a pair of custom grips for the gun. The factory black plastic grips look great, but I felt a little something extra would set the Walther off. Of course, ivory or pearl would be great, but they would have to be custom made and they'd be very expensive. Various wood custom grips would probably look good with oak leaves & acorn matching carvings. But then I found a set of Walther white/slightly yellowed with age grips on Ebay. They were very reasonable and I know these grips are quite rare. I don't think the seller knew what he had. They also had factory silver escutcheons which means they were on a factory gun that was silver in color. I think they match the custom work on the PP very well. I also like that they "feel" totally factory without changing the grip or the width of the pistol. I'm very used to the feel of my other factory Walthers.
I'm very pleased with how it turned out. It's exactly the modern version of a classic engraved Walther from 80 years ago. The sights are really easy to see and fast to acquire. Mario installed custom Wolff springs throughout and the single action pull and double action pull are outstanding! I can't wait to get to the range and see how it shoots!
I put together a mahogany finished presentation box finished with Linspeed oil and set off with a Walther banner pin:
Here's some more photos: