A selection of items linked to notorious outlaws Bonnie and Clyde will sell at RR Auction in June.
Bonnie and Clyde left a trail of destruction across middle America in the 1930s
Among the highlights is a pair of bloodstained eyeglasses Bonnie was wearing when she and Clyde were killed in a hail of police bullets in 1934.
There’s also a snake motif ring given to her by Clyde.
RR Auction’s Bobby Livingston told Texas news channel WFAA 8: "When you have a ring that was made by Clyde, given to Bonnie, a three-headed snake ring, the closest thing there is to a wedding ring between Bonnie and Clyde, I don’t know what that's worth.”
While there’s no estimate available, memorabilia associated with the couple has proven extremely popular at auction in the past.
In 2012, a pair of pistols recovered from their bodies after their deaths sold for $504,000.
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