An Aston Martin sports car from the James Bond film Spectre has sold at auction for £2,434,500.
The DB10, one of only two "show cars" from the 10 made specially for the film, smashed its reserve price of £1m.
Made in Warwickshire, the model has a 4.7-litre V8 petrol engine and a top speed of 190 mph - but it cannot be driven on public roads.
"Spectre - The Auction", at Christie's London King Street, saw 10 lots raise £2,785,500 for charities.
A further 14 items continue in an online auction which ends next Tuesday.
Other lots included the "Day of the Dead" costume worn by Daniel Craig in Spectre, which sold for £98,500.
Sam Smith's Writing on the Wall record and sheet music went for £9,375.
Aston Martin has been associated with Bond since the 1964 film Goldfinger, which featured a DB5.
The auctioned DB10, hand built at Aston Martin's UK headquarters in Gaydon, was signed by Daniel Craig.
Most of the DB10s were modified for use in the filming of Spectre but two were left unmodified for display.
The film is reported to have destroyed $36m (£25m) worth of cars during shooting.
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionAn Omega Seamaster 300 watch worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond was bought for £92,500
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionSam Smith's 'Writing's on the Wall' sells for £9,375 with proceeds donated to Make It To Me Fund
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionRankin's framed set of character art sold for £30,000
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionOberhauser's Spectre gold ring worn by Christoph Waltz achieved £32,500
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionThe 'Day of the Dead' costume worn by Daniel Craig in Spectre sold for £98,500
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionThe auction started with a blu-ray disc and James Bond Tom Ford cufflinks which went for £30,000
Image copyrightChristie'sImage captionChristie's welcomed guests with Bond's signature tipple, vodka martini - shaken not stirred