A signed photograph of Adolf Hitler could make £12,000-16,000 ($19,826-26,435) at The Auction Centre in Cheshire, UK.
The lot, discovered in his bunker after the war, will cross the block on September 13.
War correspondent William Forrest took it as a souvenir when he entered the bunker after the Red Army took Berlin in 1945.
It's inscribed "Landsberg 1925".
Hitler was imprisoned there for a year after the failed Beer Hall Putsch of 1923. It was during this period of confinement that he wrote Mein Kampf.
Earlier this year another artefact from the bunker, a fragment of the sofa on which Hitler allegedly shot himself, sold for $16,000.
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