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Shirley Temple's child-sized gas-powered tether racing car.
The costumes worn by childhood movie star Shirley Temple during her Hollywood career make up a long-lost £1.5m collection belonging to the late actress.
The curly-haired performer's parents made it a condition that she got to keep all of her outfits after filming rather than return them to the movie studios.
The child costumes, that include the iconic red and white polka-dot dress the then six year old wore in her breakthrough role in the 1934 flick 'Stand Up and Cheer', have been locked away in a vault at her home for 75 years. They are being sold in Maryland, US.