A suit, a turban, a set made up of a clutch bag, shoes, cord and fox fur coat belonging to Elena Ceausescu, along with a gold gilt sword and a leopard fur, a hunting trophy belonging to Nicolae Ceausescu, will be auctioned at Artmark on March 6, reports Mediafax. Starting from EUR 900, the fur came from a farm opened in Mures County in 1950, and the coat was specially sewn for Elena Ceausescu. A lot including a two-piece suit, two blouses, a turban and a set made up of clutch bag, shoes and cord will also be auctioned during the event on March 6, for a starting point of EUR 1,500. The set is cream leather, Guban brand, and includes shoes in their original box, a cord and a beige women’s turban “Paulette.” Several posters of the Romanian Communist Party (PCR) Congress will be put on sale, along with a poster “1 May 1979,” illustrated by Gheorghe Calarasu. The starting price is EUR 100 and 50. There will also be two editions of Time magazine, of March 18, 1966 about Ceausescu’s rise at the helm of PCR and Romania, and the edition devoted to Romania and Ana Pauker, of September 20, 1948. A series of photos depicting Nicolae Ceausecu during his official visits, a collection of 207 distinctions of the People’s Republic and the Socialist Republic of Romania in the 50s and 60s, and a lot made up of three medals dedicated to the Army of the Socialist Republic of Romania, will also be put for auction.