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.