An Andy Warhol print of the late actor Dennis Hopper has been sold at an auction in New York for $302,500, despite it being famously riddled with bullets.
The 1972, blue image of the Chinese revolutionary Mao Zedong was among the 300 items handed to Christie's auction house bosses from the Easy Rider's estate exectors.
The hand over follows the stars death from cancer last year.
Hopper, who was close friends with Warhol fired at the artwork twice one night after he became scared and "mistook the portrait on his wall for Mao himself and shot at it", according to a Christies spokesperson.
After showing the damage to Warhol the two friends decided to call it a collaboration.
The print was only expected to raise $20,000 to $30,000 at Tuesday's auction, but was bought by a mystery buyer for more than 10 times the estimated value.
Another Warhol classic, the 1967 screenprint of Marilyn Monroe also sold for more than expected making $206,500 - four times the estimate.