The dress and racket used as props by the model in the iconic 1970s "Tennis Girl" poster have sold for £15,500 ($26,572) at Fieldings Auctioneers in Stourbridge, UK.
The items sold as a single lot, achieving an increase of 675% on a £2,000 ($3,428) estimate.
Photographer Martin Elliot snapped the image on the tennis courts at the University of Birmingham, where he was studying at the time. The woman is his then-girlfriend Fiona Walker.
Carol Knotts, who lent the dress and racket to Walker and consigned them in Saturday's sale, told the Birmingham Mail prior to the auction: "Fiona was a friend and one day asked if she could borrow my dress and racquet.
"I've had the dress tucked away in a cupboard all these years. It's a little piece of tennis history and I hope someone might find it an interesting novelty item to buy."
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