A group of people have bought more than a dozen Polaroid films and photographs, according to the company’s website.
Auctions were held in the United States and Europe, where buyers were looking to auction off the items to raise money for a charity.
The auction was part of a fundraising campaign to help raise funds for the organization PETA.
The collection includes some of the earliest and most recognizable Polaroid film stock images, including the iconic “Teddy Bear” image and the “Candy Man” image.
Polaroid stock images were used by film distributors for nearly two decades.
But in the late 1980s, Polaroid changed its focus and made the company the first to sell all of its film stock.
The company says it started with a $50 million investment in 1985, and now has a market value of about $3.2 billion.
It also says it will donate 10 percent of its sales proceeds to the PETA charity.PETA’s vice president of public affairs, Lisa Koehler, said the company will donate to PETA’s Wildlife Conservation Fund and a number of other organizations.