Princess Diana's sterling silver card case sold for $20,974 according to Boston-MA based RR Auction
The case was among belongings Diana had personally donated to charity months before her death on Aug. 31, 1997.
Engraved on the front, "Diana," and was given to her as a gift by her 'Granny.' The handsome case has a lovely, ornate design on the exterior with leather card pockets inside.
"What makes these items incredibly special is the strong sentimental value they offer, many coming directly from Princess Diana," said Bobby Livingston, Executive VP at RR Auction.
Highlights from the sale include, but are not limited by:
Dianas hand-written French vocabulary book from her time at a Swiss finishing school sold for $15,204.
A 17-inch (43-centimeter) silver necklace with a capital "D'' charm that Diana is thought to have worn as a teen sold for $8,893.
Princess Diana and Mother Teresa photo and signature display sold for $8,636.
A casual white sweater likely worn in Dianas teenage years sold for $8,572.
Princess Diana's elegant black metal mesh handbag sold for $7,411.
Princess Diana signed Red Cross photograph sold for $7,136.
Princess Diana sterling silver perfume bottle sold for $6,270.
A silver locket containing a photograph of Princess Diana and her sons Prince Harry, and Prince William sold for $6,209.
The Princess Diana Tribute auction from RR Auction concluded on September 13.