Nazi Enigma encoding machine sells in London for over £80k
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A rare German WWII Enigma cipher machine has beat its auction estimate in London, selling for £85,250.
Bonhams auctioneers had put a £40,000 to £60,000 estimate on the pristine 1941 oak model coding device, used by the Nazis to encrypt and decode messages sent between the military and their commanders.
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