Cold War relics including chilling Soviet secret weapons sell for hundreds of thousands of pounds.

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The sale also features an ingenious array of hidden cameras, with one concealed in a necktie that achieved £6,300.<br />
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A remarkable collection of Cold War relics which includes chilling Soviet secret weapons have sold for hundreds of thousands of pounds after sparking a bidding war. <br />
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The almost 400 items were amassed over 30 years by historian Julius Urbaitis who opened a KGB Espionage Museum in New York in 2019.<br />
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But Mr Urbaitis, who worked as a consultant on the hit TV series Chernobyl, had been forced to close down and sell everything off due to the coronavirus pandemic