Charlie Chaplin in scene from movie "A Dog's Life." / AP
The bowler hat and cane that accented Charlie Chaplin's costume in "Little Tramp" has sold for $62,500 at an auction in Los Angeles.
Bonhams said the silent film star's trademark accessories were sold Sunday at an auction of Hollywood mementos.
The Los Angeles Times was on hand at the auction and photographed Chaplin's signature hat:
One of the big-ticket lots is a Charlie Chaplin bowler hat and cane, from his Little Tramp days: twitter.com/LATimescitybea...— LA Times City Beat (@LATimescitybeat) November 17, 2012
Other notable items included a handwritten letter from John Lennon with a nude drawing of him and Yoko Ono. It went for $25,000.
A set of original photographs of Marilyn Monroe sold for $21,250 and a painting by Frank Sinatra went for $10,625.