Documents signed by Hitler in 1909 on auction

LOS ANGELES - Documents signed by Adolf Hitler was put on the block by auction house Nate D. Sanders.


Hilter's hand-written and signed Vienna police documents from 1909 will start bidding at $30,000. The documents were a form of residency
registration after Hitler changed his address in August 1909, and he listed himself as a writer. The documents precede his rise to leader of Germany in 1933.


The sale features more than 600 lots and buyers can bid online until March 27. Among the other items on sale are two original "Harry Potter" book illustrations, Winston Churchill's resignation letter and a dress worn by Princess Diana. (Reuters)