Two costumes allegedly worn on screen by Sean Connery sold for almost £ 7,000 (€ 8,170) at an online auction.
The outfits are believed to have been worn by the late James Bond star in the films he appeared in the 1980s.
A gray suit, reportedly featured in The Untouchables, sold for £ 1,625 (€ 1,900) on the Lyon and Turnbull rare books, manuscripts, maps and photographs sale on Wednesday.
A cream suit that Connery would have worn in Five Days One Summer or Never Say Never Again sold for £ 5,250 (€ 6,130).
Meanwhile, a document featuring Mahatma Gandhi’s fingerprints – which may be the only existing example – sold at the same auction for £ 107,500 (€ 125,500), well above the estimate. from £ 5,000 to £ 10,000 (€ 5,840 to £ 11,670).
The sheet of paper attached to the cardboard serves as a testament to activism and the role of the political leader in the peace movement at the turn of the 20th century.
A collection of documents relating to the remote archipelago of St Kilda, 40 miles west of the Outer Hebrides, sold for £ 8,500 (€ 9,920).
It included a postcard with the inscription “Last post from St Kilda” sent just before the evacuation of the islands in August 1930.
Cathy Marsden, specialist in manuscripts and rare books in Lyon and Turnbull, said: “One of the great things about my work is the great variety of pieces you come across and the richness of the stories behind them.
“We had a really interesting range of items in the auction, but anything to do with Sir Sean Connery always captures the public imagination. “
A rare first edition, second hardcover print of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone by JK Rowling sold for £ 5,000.