ADOLF Hitler’s toilet key is up for grabs – 76 years after his HQ was bombed.
It was recovered from the Nazi leader’s desk before the blast in Berlin.
The key could fetch £300 next week at C&T Auctions of Ashford, Kent.
The metal key fob is adorned with the Nazi political eagle and swastika and stamped 'Reicjskanzlei' (Reich Chancellery).
There is a key attached to it and on the fob's reverse is written 'Herren W', which translates as men's.
It was reportedly found by a British airman after Berlin was liberated at the end of World War Two.
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An RAF officer brought it back as a souvenir and kept hold of it until his death.
The airman, only known as Flight Lieutenant A.A Williams penned a letter of provenance to fo with it.
He wrote: "Reicjskanzlei Toilet keys metal tab taken by me from a drawer of Adolf Hitler's own desk. A.a. Williams Flight-Lieut R.A.F July 1945."