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

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Soviet KGB spy "Igla" (Needle) drill used for creating very small holes in walls and ceilings in order to plant surveillance devices such as camera and hidden microphones "bugs" sold for £3,800.<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