A collection of press photographs documenting the 1936-1939 Arab Rebellion has sold for ?�47,500 ($67,545).
It beat its estimate of ?�2,500 ($3,590) by 1,800% in an April 21 Travel, Science and Natural History sale at Sotheby's.
The uprising saw Palestinians revolt against British colonial rule, beginning with a general strike and ending in bloodshed.
The pictures were taken for a variety of press organisations by an unknown photographer or photographers.
They provide a good record of what life was like at ground level, with shots of Jerusalem under lockdown.
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