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The guns that infamous killers Bonnie and Clyde were carrying when they were killed in 1934 could sell for as much as $200,000, auctioneer Bobby Livingston of New Hampshire based RR Auction said on Saturday.

The online site is preparing for a September 30 auction of the two guns along with the gold pocket watch Clyde Champion Barrow was carrying when he died at age 25, and his 23-year-old girlfriend Bonnie Parker’s cosmetics.

For several years in the early 1930s, young outlaws Bonnie and Clyde crisscrossed the U.S. South robbing banks, stealing cars, killing cops and charming the tabloid press with daring photos left behind at crime scenes.

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