Charles Dickens dog collar sells for £7,350





A dog collar that belonged to Charles Dickens has fetched $11,590 (£7,350) at a New York City auction.

The leather and brass collar is inscribed with Dickens' name. It had been estimated to sell at $4,000 to $6,000. The buyer's name was not immediately disclosed.

The collar was auctioned on Tuesday at Bonhams New York's sale of dog art.


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