The wet-shirt outfit worn by Colin Firth in the iconic scene from Pride and Prejudice fetches a hefty price at auction.  

London (AP)— Water-free, the most famous wet shirt in television history sold for 20,000 pounds ($25,000) on Tuesday.  

Colin Firth's 1995 BBC rendition of “Pride and Prejudice” white linen suit was the centerpiece of a film and television costume auction.  

Firth's boots, moleskin breeches, and velvet waistcoat sold for treble its pre-sale estimate of 10,000 pounds ($12,700) at Kerry Taylor Auctions.  

The auction house buyer's premium brings the price to 25,000 pounds ($32,000.  

The sequence where Firth's brooding hero emerges from a pond and startles Elizabeth Bennet (Jennifer Ehle), his budding love, was once voted the U.K.'s most unforgettable television moment.  

 The moment with British actor Jonathan Bailey was remade in “Bridgerton”.   

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