Dog collar belonging to Charles Dickens fetches $11,590


Legendary author Charles Dickens has numerous fans. And items that once belonged to the famous author have managed to fetch thousands of dollars at various auctions. Bonhams was the recent auction house to profit from the sale of Dickens memorabilia. At Bonhams sale of dog art held in New York recently, a dog collar that once belonged to the author fetched $11,590! The leather and brass collar is inscribed with Dickens’ name and was expected to fetch between $4,000 and $6,000. The name of the lucky bidder is, however, not known. Dickens, who was known to be fond of dogs, has to his credit some of the best literary works like “David Copperfield” and “A Tale of Two Cities.”

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It looks like when it comes to Dickens memorabilia; money is definitely not a problem for his fans.
[LATimes]