A Patek Philippe pocket watch owned by Al Capone has sold at auction for $229,900 (c.£165,000), almost ten times its bottom estimate.
The platinum watch, formerly owned by the infamous Chicago gangster, is encrusted with 90 diamonds.
Family-owned auctioneer Witherells, based in Sacramento, CA, says the pocket watch was gifted by Al Capone to his daughters in the early 1960s.
It achieved an estimate-busing price despite the watch not working at the time it was sold, and missing its minute hand.
The auction of a large range of Al Capone collectibles generated total sales of over $3 million from more than 1,000 bidders.
The most expensive lot was a Colt .45 semiautomatic pistol, described as Capone’s favorite, which hammered at $860,000 (c.£615,000).