Mahatma Gandhi's items were brought jointly by Ghulam Noon, founder of Noon Produts and Nat Puri, founder of Purico Group.
The items comprised of three signed letters by Gandhi, a signed khadi cloth that was said to have been worn by him. Two signed postcards by Gandhi and a series of 29 letters by Jawaharlal Nehru to freedom fighter Mridula Sarabhai.
The Gandhi letters, written to Islamic scholar Maulana Abdul Bari was sold for 4,750 pounds; his khadi cloth for £2,125; the postcards from Gandhi to poet Hamidullah Afsar for 1,875 pounds; and the Nehru letters for £8,750. while Nehru's letters were brought by British trading company in books and manuscripts.