Limited edition photographs of Kate Moss taken when she was 18 years old have gone on sale for $2,500 each.

The black-and-white snaps, shot by photographer Stephanie Pfrieder Stlander, taken from the 41-year-old model's first editorial shoot with Italy's Harper's Bazaar in 1992 are being sold at for the hefty sum.

The shots were captured against various backdrops around New York City - including an old subway car, a graffiti wall in SoHo and the iconic World Trade Center - alongside male model Marcus Schenkenberg, according to DuJour.

In one shot, Kate struts her stuff in a black figure-hugging dress down the side of a busy road with her luscious locks wafting in the wind behind her.

Another sees the stunner perched on a leather sofa in fishnet tights as she rests her flawless forehead against her perfectly manicured hand, while gazing into the distance.

Other images include close-up head shots of the starlet as she rocks chunky black shades and caresses her face.

Meanwhile, over the span of her 27-year career, Kate - who was discovered at just 14 years old - has become one of the world's most in-demand and highest-paid supermodels.

And the blonde stunner, from Croydon, shows no signs of slowing down as she continues to star in campaigns for Rimmel, Burberry, Calvin Klein and Chanel.