People were willing to drop a lot of money for Al Capone's old things.
The California auction ended up bringing in more than $3 million.
The item that went for the most money was one of the infamous gangster's favorite guns, which sold for $860,000.
Another gun went for $200,000.
People also bought old family photos of Capone, some of his old furniture and jewelry.
In all, 174 items were auctioned off.
Meanwhile, Capone's Miami estate has been sold at a separate auction and saved from demolition.
The seven-bedroom home where Capone vacationed and ultimately died sold for $15.5 million.
The estate was previously sold in august for $10 million to owners who wanted to tear it down.
They put it up for auction after public outcry prompted a campaign to save the property.