America’s favorite criminal couple, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow, were armed with their preferred weapons when they were killed in a 1934 during a police ambush. Their guns were recovered and are now, almost 80 years later, being auctioned off in New Hampshire. Each of the firearms are expected to fetch between $100,000 and $200,000. “They were pretty famous in their moment and I think that’s lasted through time,” said the vice president of the auction house selling Bonnie and Clyde’s possessions. Other items up for auction include Clyde’s gold pocket watch, Bonnie’s makeup case which contained lipstick, face powder and powder puff, and a brown leatherette box found in the car the couple was driving when they were apprehended by cops. The infamous duo supposedly met in Texas in 1930 and, during their four year run, were believed to have committed 13 murders, several burglaries and many bank robberies.