81 statues of Gromit have been sold at a charity auction in Bristol, UK, as part of Wallace & Gromit's Grand Appeal for the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.
The statues, which have been on display around the city over the summer, are unique, with some featuring decoration by top artists. In total, £2.3m ($3.6m) was raised towards a £3.5m expansion for the hospital.
One statue, named Gromit Lightyear and designed by animation studio Pixar, sold for an impressive £65,000 ($104,040).
Creator Nick Park commented, "I couldn't wait to see the Pixar Gromit Lightyear go because obviously that was a top runner. It just kept going up. When the first few started climbing I started tingling. It was double the target."