The remaining contents of an historic mansion in Selkirk will go on sale today.
£100,000 was made from an auction of the contents of the Haining house in July.
Now the rest of the memorabilia, from candlestick to wardrobes, will be sold from the Georgian mansion.
The house and its estate were left to the people of Selkirk, Selkirkshire and the wider public following the death of Andrew Nimmo-Smith in 2009.
Money raised from the sale will go to The Haining Charitable Trust, which was set up to safeguard the future of the estate.
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