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Legendary Minox mini camera - made in Latvia.<br />
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Cold War Collectables - Auction of Soviet spy camera's from behind the Iron Curtain reveal the KGB's cunning and ingenuity at the height of the Cold War.<br />
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A fascinating collection of Russian spy cameras which were used clandestinely at the height of the Cold War have emerged for sale for £60,000.<br />
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The ingenious gadgets deployed by KGB operatives include cameras built into the sides of briefcases, buttons of jackets, umbrella handles and cigarette cases.<br />
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The sale also features a clever 'Zenit' F-21 spy camera which shoots photos through the side of a camera case when it appears to be shut.<br />
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There are also several 'Minox' cameras which are known as the 'James Bond' spy camera as one appeared in the film On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969).