Fede - that is, of course, the South Afrcan contract version of the Webley 9 mm Long pistol. The earlier commercial one had the front of the frame and slide squarer in profile, and did not have the safety lever on the slide, as I recall. I had both versions in my auto pistol collection years ago, along with a Husqvarna 9 mm Long pistol (regretably a reconversion back to 9 mm Long from the ghastly conversion done in the US to most of them, making them the biggest and least reliable .380 auto pistol in the world. A friend of mine in Sweden got me a new barrel, but we could do nothing about the amateurish and stupid altering of the front sigt. I also had a very nice, and fairly scarce, Turkish contract FN Model 1903 in that caliber. It was the only one I shot. It performed about as well as most military pistols. I only could get, at that time, a few rounds to shoot from it.
One of the coolest pistols in that caliber was the Le Française, but while I could have bought several .25 autos of that make, I never could find, or probably afford in those days, one of the 9 mm Long versions.
I have one other proof load, from Belgium. It is a round with “F N *” headstamp overstamped on the head with the letters “ELG,” and was a proof load made either especially for, or at, the Liège Proof House. “ELG” supposed stands for “Èpreuve Liège,” but I have always wonder if the “LG” part really stands for “Liège.” On the headstamp, which is a 3 x 120° format, the L & G are far apart, not at all like an abbreviation for Liège should be. Even on the Liège proof mark, the “LG” is often (not always) show as “L•G” wioth a dot between the two letters, not after them.