Miss Dean was a nine-week-old baby when the ship sank in 1912
The last remaining survivor of the Titanic has sold her mementoes for more than £30,000 at a Wiltshire auction.
Millvina Dean sold a suitcase full of clothes, which had been given to her by the people of New York after she was rescued as a baby.
The 96-year-old also sold rare prints of the ill-fated cruise liner and compensation letters sent to her mother by the Titanic Relief Fund.
Miss Dean needs to raise money to pay for her private nursing home fees.
She was nine weeks old when the ship sank in 1912 while her family were emigrating to Kansas.
She was placed in a sack and carried to safety along with her mother and brother. But her father Bertram was one of more than 1,500 people who died.
Miss Dean moved into a private nursing home in Ashurst, Hampshire, two years ago after breaking her hip.
She said: "I was hoping to be here for two weeks after breaking my hip, but I developed an infection and have been here for two years.
Millvina Dean's suitcase fetched £10,800 at the auction
"I am not able to live in my home anymore. I am selling it all now because I have to pay these nursing home fees."
At Henry Aldridge and Son in Devizes, the suitcase fetched £10,800, the prints £9,250 and the letters £11,100.
Auctioneer Andrew Aldridge said: "It is a great amount of money, I am sure she will be very happy when we tell her the news.
"The Titanic International Society had bid for the items with the intention of giving them back to Millvina. Unfortunately they were blown out of the water by other bidders."
One of the few known surviving lifejackets, not belonging to Miss Dean, sold for £47,000.
Other lots included a watch belonging to a crew member which sold for £92,000 and a Titanic key that fetched £80,000.
The last remaining survivor of the Titanic sells her mementoes at auction