A collection of 32 prints by Bristolian graffiti artist Banksy sold for £435,000 ($655,521) in an auction at Bonhams London on January 29.
Rude Copper, a biting piece of satire that shows a policeman with his middle finger extended, was the top lot - selling for £32,500 ($48,975).
The sale was described by a Bonhams spokesperson as "a clear demonstration of Banksy's importance as a figure at the heart of contemporary art with a thriving market and pan-global interest".
The collection was consigned by Steve Lazarides, Banksy's former manager.
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