Margaret Thatcher's prized possessions including her bible, heeled boots, and trademark 'power' skirt suit have emerged sale in the U.S for £30,000.
The possessions were originally sold by her estate following her death in 2013, when they were snapped up by a collector who is now putting them back on the market.
The Holy Bible was presented to the former Prime Minister by the Dean and Canons of Windsor in 1995 to mark her appointment as a Lady of The Most Noble Order of the Garter, and is expected to fetch £10,000.
A book of hymns Thatcher, whose father was a Methodist preacher, was given when still in office in 1989 is valued at £3,600.
The sale also features some of her distinctive outfits, including a navy blue silk and wool skirt suit made by Francois Neckar Couture of London she regularly appeared in in the 1980s and is set to sell for £2,400.
A navy blue silk and wool skirt suit made by Francois Neckar Couture of London (pictured left) and Thatcher's black wool winter coat (pictured right)
Margaret Thatcher's prized possessions including her bible, heeled boots, and trademark 'power' skirt suit have emerged sale in the U.S for £30,000
A Holy Bible presented to Margaret Thatcher by the Dean and Canons of Windsor in 1995 is expected to fetch £9,700
Some of Thatcher's teapots (pictured) and her china are also going up for auction
Thatcher's black wool winter coat, made by Aquasculum of London, carries the same estimate, while her waterproof faux fur 17ins high boots are expected to fetch £1,500.
An oak framed chair she kept in the study of her Belgravia home is tipped to sell for £4,800, with her black leaf patterned purse and some of her tea pots