CHICAGO (AP) – John Dillinger’s “death mask” is among the Chicago memorabilia going up for auction on Nov. 18.

The cast of Dillinger’s face was made after the famed Depression-era bank robber was gunned down in an FBI ambush outside Chicago’s Biograph Theater in 1934.

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The Chicago Sun-Times reports that an amateur criminologist got past guards at the Cook County morgue and poured plaster on Dillinger’s face to make the cast.

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The sale by Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will also include Al Capone’s monogrammed scarf, some rare maps of Chicago before the Great Fire of 1871 and a first-edition copy of Daniel Burnham’s “Plan of Chicago.”

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