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National Artist Manansala's 1980 oil-on-canvas 'Market Scene' fetched a staggering P32.
The star of the show was a poster of Llandudno with a view from the Little Orme towards the Great Orme, which fetched an impressive PS500.
At the same memorabilia sale, the rare, original, handwritten lyrics to David Bowie's hit The Jean Genie fetched PS18,750.
One of 3,000 made by George Brough in Nottingham, it fetched PS57,500 at the Bonhams sale in Stafford.
Other items sold included an 1967 MGB Roadster, bought by Ms Halliwell with the proceeds from her first royalty cheque, which fetched pounds 8,050.
Lawrence Dallaglio's match ball from England's victorious 2003 Rugby World Cup final fetched Au12,500 whilst a Fender Telecaster guitar given by Eric Clapton went for Au15,000.
The price trumped the pounds 165,000 fetched by team-mate Alan Ball's own World Cup medal five years ago.
Julien's Auctions, which sold the X-rays, estimated that they would only fetch a total of about 3,000 dollars, but to their surprise it fetched more than expected.
Two Daleks which appeared in 1960s episodes - one of which was little more than a shell - fetched pounds 4,800 each.
Tanavoli's work fetched $218,500, beating its valuation by Christie's of between $120,000 to $180,000.
Abu Dhabi license plate, number 82, fetched AED82 million.
The hand-painted bass drum was among a collection of 60s memorabilia which in total fetched over $2 million at auction on Thursday.