Photos of Kate Moss are hardly a rarity. After all, her face and figure adorn countless billboards, shop windows and magazines.
But that didn't stop collectors handing over a total of £183,000 for the chance to own an original print of her in her early days of modelling.
The photographs, which date back to the early 1990s, include some nude shots taken in her early 20s.
A 96in by 72in image of Miss Moss (above), taken in Marrakesh by fashion photographer Albert Watson for the German edition of Vogue in January 1993, sold for five times the expected amount at £54,000.
A 1996 print, pictured below, entitled Kate Moss (Hand on Neck), went for £38,400, while a controversial image of Kate at Home taken for Vogue by Corrine Day in 1993, sold for £6,600.