Betty White's personal items and memorabilia were auctioned off over the course of three days and brought approximately $4 million
Initially it was estimated to raise around $400,000 to $600,000.
The auction, where 1,600 pieces were up for bid, drew thousands of participants, both in person and online.
White's director's chair from "The Golden Girls" set was the most expensive piece, selling for $76,800.
A 1986 lavender dress that she wore on the programme sold for $32,000, which is 54 times the original estimate.
For $57,600 and $51,200 per lot, respectively, White's teleplays for "The Golden Girls"' premiere and final episodes were auctioned.
The most noteworthy sale was White's wedding band, which went for $25,600 after an estimated $600 starting offer.