The largest single collection of Charles Rennie Mackintosh art is to go under the hammer.
The contents of the New York home of television producers the Taffners are to go on sale at an Edinburgh auction house.
Donald and Eleanor were responsible for taking television shows such as The Benny Hill Show to the US and were involved in My Family.
The pair also collected art and their collection of over 100 items, valued at £1m, is considered one of the most important collections of Scottish art from the early 20th century.
Furniture, drawings and paintings by the Glasgow Four - Charles Rennie Mackintosh, his wife Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh, her sister Frances Macdonald MacNair and her husband James Herbert MacNair - are included along with works from the Scottish Colourists.
One of the more unusual lots is an oil painting by Sir John Lavery of the artist with Shirley Temple. The couple’s children, Donald Jnr and Karen, are selling the collection at Lyon & Turnbull in Edinburgh.
Donald said: "It's an extraordinary collection put together over many years by my parents. My sister Karen and I hope that the future owners of these works will get as much pleasure from them as our parents certainly did."
The auction house is expecting a large interest in the Taffner collection.
John Mackie, from Lyon & Turnbull, said: "Donald and Eleanor Taffner made an extraordinary contribution to Scotland's cultural heritage with their interest and promotion of the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his circle. We are honoured to have been chosen to sell their collection."
The collection goes on view on August 7 at the Glasgow School of Art before a three-week viewing during the Edinburgh International Festival from August 20.
The auction takes place in Edinburgh on September 7.