In 2015, British actor Jerome Flynn, who plays Bronn in the series, donated an autographed Game of Thrones script to a charity auction to raise money for the Global White Lion Protection Trust which fights to prevent the extinction of white lions in South Africa.
The script was snapped up for £1,170 by fan Angela Raybould, who lives near Stafford.
She went along to the event at The Star pub in Great Wyrley and had to make it hers.
She said: “My sister, Louise Ford, told me the script was being auctioned off at her local pub and I decided that, whatever it cost, I had to have it. There were a few people bidding against me but they gradually dropped out and I was lucky enough to get it.”
The script went under the hammer at Hansons Auctioneers on Tuesday with an estimate of £5,000-£7,000, but did not meet its reservation.
The Game of Thrones typed movie script, entitled The Children, was written by David Benioff and D B Weiss in 2013 and is based on A Song of Ice and Fire by George R R Martin.
First broadcast in 2011 on TV network HBO, the fantasy drama has been a worldwide hit.