The contents sale of the romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge's family home fetched nearly £1.5m at auction.
A portrait of the poet, who was best known for The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Kubla Khan, went for £38,4000.
The auction, which attracted international interest, saw a previously unseen John Constable water colour painting - 'Barges on the River Stour at Flatford' - sold.
Plans and drawings of The Chanter's House's redevelopment between 1814-1900 under William Butterfield were sold.
Robes, wigs and black hats worn by Coleridge family members of the judiciary were sold for £3,840 against a pre-sale estimate of £250 to £350.
Sotheby auctioneer Harry Dalmeny said Lord Coleridge would miss the contents of the house "horribly".