Rare copies of The Lord of the Rings made more than twice the expected amount at an auction on Wednesday.
The lot, which included signed copies of the first two books in the trilogy, were valued at £1,000, but an anonymous bidder bought them for £2,100.
They were part of a sale of 3,000 books all belonging to the same man, William Adams, who died in June.
The auction at Bonhams in Edinburgh made around £150,000 in all. Bids came in from France, the US and Japan.