The watercolour which is believed to be one of the Nazi leader's earliest works shows a a figure sitting on a stone bridge with a cross and the initials AH above it. There are no facial features but the hairstyle is reminiscent of the older Hitler's and experts are sure it is a self-portrait, reports The Daily Express.
Mullocks at Ludlow Racecourse in Shropshire also auctioned another 12 watercolours by Hitler, which fetched a total of 81,700 pounds.
Mullocks' historical documents expert Richard Westwood-Brookes said: "We've had a huge amount of interest in this particular lot. The self-portrait was bought by a foreign buyer."
These paintings were discovered by a US soldier in Essen, Germany, in 1945. They were sold to the current vendor after keeping them out of sight for decades.