Precious items recovered from one of Guernsey's landmark properties have raised more than £125,000 at auction.
More than 400 lots from Belvedere House went under the hammer including an oil painting by Dutch artist Abraham Hulk which raised £7,400.
The painting, which dated back to the 1820s, featured a seascape with boats.
However, there were a number of less expensive items, including a number of silver spoons, which were auctioned for about £40 each.
According to Norman Wilkinson, director of Martel Maides auctioneers in St Peter Port, there was a lot of interest in the sale with a number of phone bids from the UK.
It took the auctioneers six hours to get through the lots which featured a range of paintings, silverware and furniture.
Formerly owned by the States, Belvedere House in Fort George raised £5m at auction last June.
The property is known for its views of St Peter Port and the Little Russel waterway between Guernsey and Herm.