Sales at the 16th Bonhams Aston Martin Works auction totalled £10.3 million, setting a new record for the annual single-marque event.
The auction, carried out at the Aston Martin Works facility in Newport Pagnell by Bonhams, featured 50 classic Astons and 170 items of automobilia.
Highlights included a 1962 DB4 Series IV Vantage Convertible, formerly owned by actor and film maker Sir Peter Ustinov, which sold for £1,513,500 including premiums.
"The quintessentially British marque of Aston Martin attracts interest from enthusiasts across the world, a fact demonstrated here today as we took bids from all corners of the globe," said Tim Schofield, Bonhams UK head of motor cars.
A stunning 1966 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible in Vantage specification just nudged ahead of the '62 DB4 in the highest sale price stakes, however, commanding a final price of £1,524,700.
"The market demonstrated that there is a ready appetite for exceptional examples, even for models that had previously been regarded as not particularly fashionable. The result we achieved for a Virage Coupé illustrated this, with £74,300 realised for the 6300-mile 1990 model," added Schofield.
Among the more affordable lots was another 1990 Virage Coupé. It was in excellent condition, in part thanks to having just 40,000 miles on the clock, and sold for £23,000 including premiums.
Barn finds continued to prove popular, with a 1958 Aston Martin DB Mark III sports saloon in need of total restoration selling for £104,540 – more than twice its top estimate.
Paul Spires, commercial director at Aston Martin Works, said: "Today's Aston Martin sale has been another hugely memorable occasion, with keen bidding, strong sales and rare and collectable Aston Martin sports cars going to buyers around the world.