A marathon auction of Sir Jimmy Savile's huge collection of mementos and personal belongings has raised around £320,000 for his charities.
Three auctioneers worked in relays during the non-stop, almost 13-hour sale which saw the broadcasting legend's Rolls-Royce go for £130,000, his original Jim'll Fix It chair reach £8,500 and hundreds of smaller items go for hundreds of pounds each.
Even as the hall emptied towards the end of the sale, a Jim'll Fix It badge sold for £2,000 to an internet bidder.
An auction of the colourful late DJ's items is set to raise money for charity with gold suits, Cuban cigars and a Rolls-Royce up for sale.
Jimmy Savile's possessions will go under the hammer for a charity auction.