Items owned by screen legend Katharine Hepburn - who died aged 96 last June - have sold for $5.8m (£3.3m) at auction.
The four-times Oscar winner appeared in more than 40 films
Among the 695 lots sold at Sotheby's in New York were some of her own paintings, as well as clothing, jewellery, photographs and furniture.
A diamond and sapphire brooch fetched $120,000 (£65,650).
But a small bronze bust of Spencer Tracy - which Hepburn made and had been estimated to sell for around $4,000 (£2,884) - made $316,000 (£180,447).
"We are absolutely thrilled with the results achieved for Miss Hepburn's estate - a testament to her enduring legacy," said Leila Dunbar of Sotheby's.
"It was her wish to give the public a chance to own something of hers.
"And the immense power of her celebrity and worldwide appeal had a significant impact on the bidding, driving prices to many multiples of their estimates."
The two-day auction, which included personal effects such as her wedding dress, letters, film contracts and her telephone, offered a glimpse into the life of the intensely private star.
Hepburn's family will receive the proceeds from the sale
Hundreds of collectors and fans of the four-times Oscar-winning actress attended the auction on Thursday and Friday, with numerous internet and telephone bidders.
One buyer paid $27,000 (£14,800) for a cream-coloured velvet dress Hepburn wore when she married Ludlow Ogden Smith in 1928. The marriage lasted six years.
A silver cigarette box engraved with the signatures of the rest of the cast from the Broadway production of The Philadelphia Story sold for $57,000 (£31,200).
And two cancelled cheques made out to Hepburn's former voice coach sold for $2,280 (£1,250) and $2,400 (£1,300).
Money raised from the sale will go into a trust for Hepburn's family.