Personal items belonging to the late Ronnie Kray are being auctioned off later today at Towcester in Northamptonshire.
There are 150 lots going under the hammer, including a Birdcage from his Broadmoor prison cell along with one of several pieces of original artwork by the notorious prisoner Charles Bronson.
Ronnie Kray along with his twin brother Reggie were notorious gangsters in the East End during the 1950's and 60's. They were involved in armed robberies, protection rackets and murder.
They were both jailed in 1969. Ronnie died in 1995 in Broadmoor Hospital - a high security psychiatric hospital.
Suits that once belonged to the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, have been auctioned off this afternoon, fetching just over £75,000.
The seven outfits that were once owned by the Grantham-born politician were sold at Christie's auction house in London. This is the suit that fetched the most, selling at £25,000.
Three artefacts owned by a genuine pirate have sold at auction for almost £3000 today - three times the estimate.
When auctioneers valued the property they found three items that belonged to Captain William Kidd - the sailor who inspired Johnny Depp’s Pirates of the Caribbean character, Jack Sparrow.
Buyers from around the UK are expected to be at Donington Park in Leicestershire for the sale of 630 pieces of construction equipment
Stadium seating has been installed for the buyers because of the interest. The equipment is driven past as it's displayed.
The public toilets in Birmingham have been bought at auction for £50,000.
That's £20,000 higher than the guide price.