The bid starts at 100,000 for a Colt .38-caliber revolver .45-caliber pistol each. They were made from the same maker. Being auction also is a letter that Clyde wrote to his brother L.C. Barrow on the back of a photo showing a house on a platform surrounded by water. He signed it “bud,” his code name when he was on the run.TheDynamic Outlaws lost possession of the weapons in 1934 by officers. September 30th the guns will be auction.
“They were pretty famous in their moment and I think that’s lasted through time,” said Bobby Livingston, vice president of RR Auction
Frank Hamer is the officer who led the two to end with the help of six lawmen along side. Authorities gave him the guns after his success. The Guns are now coming from Robert E. Davis who had the received the items from Hamer. along with the items that came from Marie Barrow, Clyde’s sister.
Jonathan davis (who wrote,Bonnie & Clyde & Marie: A sister Perspective) said “Thursday that people are drawn to Bonnie and Clyde memorabilia because of the romantic aspect of their story and because there’s always an interest in outlaws.
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