The famous Adolf Hitler’s personal wooden toilet seat has been sold for £13,750 at an auction. The wooden toilet seat sparked a bidding frenzy at the sale in the U.S. Nazi Khazi bided $15,000, with the eventual winner bidding the final purchase price to $18,750 (£13,750).
The lid of the white wooden seat was looted by a young American soldier from the private bathroom at Berghof. It was among a host of looted spoils of war that was up for grabs in the auction that took place in Chesapeake City, Maryland.
Adolf Hitler’s personal belongings such as his personal porcelain shaving mug, that had his portrait on it was also taken from his Munich apartment. These personal belongings also fetched $21,250 (£15,600).
Four rare small strands of Adolf Hitler’s hair which looked exceptional and were removed from his brush went for $2,250 (£1,650).
Meanwhile, Adolf Hitler’s wife’s (Eva Braun) pair of floral lace knickers which were embroidered with her initials raised $1,750 (£1,300). Her pink nightie was also sold for $1,750 (£1,300)
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