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Sandals that once belonged to Mahatma Gandhi fetched £19,000 today at an auction in Shropshire.
Despite the sandals being auctioned off in 'poor condition', the footwear fetched more than expected at Mullock's Auctioneers in Church Stretton.
The sandal's guide price was £10,000 to £15,000.
The original telex message signed by Margaret Thatcher to signify victory in the Falklands, has today fetched £5,500 at an auction in Church Stretton, Shropshire.
The document states: " The Falkland Islands are once more under the government desired by their inhabitants. God Save the Queen."
It was predicted to fetch between £10,000 and £15,000.
The original document sent and signed by Margaret Thatcher signalling the end of the Falklands War, is going under the hammer today in Shropshire.
The telex message from Major General Sir Jeremy Moore to London dated June 15 1982, is expected to fetch around £15,000.
Suits that once belonged to the former Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, have been auctioned off this afternoon, fetching just over £75,000.
The seven outfits that were once owned by the Grantham-born politician were sold at Christie's auction house in London. This is the suit that fetched the most, selling at £25,000.
Seven outfits worn by Margaret Thatcher in the 1970's are to be auctioned tomorrow.
The suits were worn by the Grantham-born politician in the early part of her career.
They have a guide price of around £1,000.
A handbag carried by the Lady Thatcher, raised £25,000 at auction last year.
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Six of Margaret Thatcher's suits she wore when she was Prime Minister are being sold at auction in London on Monday.