A .38 Colt model 1902 pistol found on the body of Bonnie Parker (1910-1934), one half of the notorious Bonnie and Clyde, is to auction at Case Antiques in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The sale will take place on January 25, with the lot estimated at $125,000-175,000.
The weapon was discovered hidden in Clyde's skirt while her body was being prepared for burial at the Conger Funeral Home in Los Angeles in 1934 after they were ambushed and killed in Louisiana.
The Colt was given by the embalmer to a friend as a souvenir - later passing via descent to the consignor.
It is sold along with the six bullets that were loaded into the magazine and an archive of photographs taken by an assistant to the coroner.
Bonnie and Clyde terrorised America during the early 1930s, robbing banks and stores and murdering a number of police officers and civilians.
They were young, good looking and glamorous - and their story captured the public imagination.
They have since seeped into the pop-cultural narrative, and were notably portrayed by Faye Dunnaway and Warren Beatty in Arthur Penn's 1967 film.
Their legendary status ensures that the market for memorabilia pertaining to them is strong. Two guns found on the dead couple's bodies sold for a combined $504,000 last year.
We have this photograph of Brigitte Bardot, who dueted with Serge Gainsbourg on the song Bonnie and Clyde in 1968.
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