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Up thru the 50s at least, a number of Stars in 9 mm had the chamber hoods stamped P'08 or something similar. The German-issued Star Pistols were only made from 1942-44, should have the last three digits of the serial on all major components, and may have German Army and/or Nazi proofmarks.
Identification of this weapons continues to be problematic.
I know of the Super designation appearing alone on model A and B pistols, but it can be on others as well.
Use caliber and other details of the gun to determine your model if this is the case.
I know of only some of the definitions; I and N mean a caliber change from the basic version, S means that they are updated to include a magazine safety and K means an aluminum frame.
There are others as well, but some have various meanings, such as D where on the PD it seems to mean "small," and on the MD it means "fully-automatic." Very confusing.
The chart to the right delineates the differences between some of the more confusingly similar pistols, and what I know of some of the suffix codes.
Patronen '08 is a way of saying "the cartridges that fit in the model 1908 pistol." The Pistol '08 is the Luger, and more recently the cartridge that fits it is called the 9 mm Luger, or Parabellum.
Any following letters are modifications to (variants of) the base gun.