Prop Store Entertainment Memorabilia Auction Results for the James Bond items

28 September, 2017

During the Prop Store Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, more than 600 items were sold for a total of £3.8M ($5.13M / €4.3M). The live auction took place on Tuesday September 26th 2017 at the ODEON BFI IMAX in London. We take a look at the auction results for the James Bond items in the auction.

The biggest sellers were Pierce Brosnan's Ericsson gadget phone which sold for £14,640, Roger Moore's Gieves & Hawkes Navy Cap from The Spy Who Loved Me which sold for £10,370 and Roger Moore's Garrote watch from A View To A Kill (£6,710).

230. Jimmy Bond's (Woody Allen) Jacket
CASINO ROYALE (1967)

Jimmy Bond Woody Allen Jacket

Jimmy Bond’s (Woody Allen) jacket from the ensemble comedy Casino Royale. Bond wore his jacket as Sir James Bond (David Niven) and Miss Moneypenny (Barbara Bouchet) travelled to Casino Royale and discovered he was the evil Dr. Noah, head of SMERSH.
Made of beige cotton fabric, the jacket features a pointed collar, with large brown buttons running down the front. Matching buttons are located on the hip pockets with a pair of hook-and-eye fastenings on the collar. The jacket is fully lined with light brown satin, and has an M. Berman Ltd. label inside the interior pocket, reading “Woody Allen” in blue ink. The jacket displays light signs of wear as a result of age and use, with slight discolouration around the inside of the collar and small plucks to the fabric.
Estimate: £3,000-5,000 - Final price: £3,660

231. Tee Hee's (Julius Harris) Jacket
LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)

Tee Hee Julius Harris Jacket

Tee Hee’s (Julius Harris) jacket from Guy Hamilton’s spy film Live and Let Die. Tee Hee wore his jacket towards the end of the film as he and James Bond (Roger Moore) fought in the train cabin, after he smuggled himself on board. The double-breasted jacket is made from black and grey houndstooth material with black and white marbled buttons and a black and white polka dot satin lining. The right sleeve is longer than the left and displays a long slit along the seam in order to allow the use of Tee Hee’s prosthetic pincer hand. The original hand-written label reading “Tee Hee No 1” has become unstuck from the interior pocket; however, it still accompanies the jacket. The jacket displays signs of wear from use, including slight tears and fraying to the lining surrounding the left-hand pocket.
Estimate: £1,000-1,500 - Final price: £3,355

234. James Bond’s (Roger Moore) Royal Navy Cap
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977)

James Bond Roger Moore Royal Navy Cap

James Bond’s (Roger Moore) Royal Navy cap from Lewis Gilbert’s spy film The Spy Who Loved Me. Bond wore his hat at the beginning of the film when he received his mission briefing to investigate the missing submarines. Created by Gieves & Hawkes Ltd., the cap is made of white cotton, with a black cotton and leather peak. It displays a black knitted band and is dressed with a black rubber chinstrap. Embroidered in fine faux-gold wire along the edge of the peak is a braid of oak leaves. A Royal Navy patch, from a subsequent production, is stitched to the front. The interior features a brown leather sweatband and a Bermans & Nathans costumiers label reading “Roger Moore. James Bond. 11523. The Spy Who Loved Me”. A hand-written label, reading “Radford”, is adhered in the sweatband, which suggests the cap was used in multiple productions.

Reinforced with a metal frame to maintain its shape, Bond’s hat shows slight production use, including a loose thread on the front detail, minor stains and leather wear. Dimensions: 27 cm x 27 cm x 12 cm (10 ½” x 10 ½” x 5”)
Estimate £5,000-7,000 - Final price: £10,370

235. Collection of Ten Set Photographs
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981)

Collection of Ten Set Photographs For Your Eyes Only

A collection of 10 on-set photographs from John Glen’s spy film For Your Eyes Only.
Printed on photographic paper, the collection comprises various behind-the-scenes shots, including the miniature set from the warehouse explosion and assorted gadgets, including the JIM diving suit worn by one of Aristotle Kristatos’ (Julian Glover) henchmen. Six of the photographs display “Curly” hand-written on the reverse. With very light creasing to the corners, the photographs remain in excellent condition. Dimensions (each): 25.5 x 20.5 cm (10” x 8”)
Please note the photographs in this lot are sold without copyright, reproduction rights, licensing agreements or any other type of legal release.
Estimate: £100-150 - Final price: £152.50

236. Derek Meddings’ “Keel Haul” Sequence Storyboards
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981)

Derek Meddings Keel Haul Sequence Storyboards

A set of storyboards from John Glen’s spy film For Your Eyes Only. Issued to visual effects supervisor Derek Meddings, this set of 64 storyboards depicts the sequence when Bond (Roger Moore) and Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) escape Kristatos’ (Julian Glover) assassination attempt by hauling the couple through shark-infested waters.
The storyboards are printed on A4 hole-punched white paper with a blue card cover displaying Meddings’ name, sequence title and issue number hand-written in black marker. Accompanying the storyboards is a page illustrating the injuries Bond receives during the sequence, and a map. The cover shows production use and age, including fading and stains. Dimensions: 23 cm x 30 cm x 1 cm (9” x 12” x ½”)
Estimate £400-600 - Final price: £579.50

237. Circus Sign
OCTOPUSSY (1983)

Octopussy Circus Sign

A circus sign from John Glen’s spy film Octopussy. “Octopussy’s Circus” signs were situated around the circus, including the sides of the lorry cabins pulling the float that carried the nuclear warhead set by General Orlov (Steven Berkoff).
Made from thick, glossy paper, the colourful sign reads “Octopussy’s Circus” featuring an image of the human cannonball with a tiger and lion on either side. Six small foam pads are secured to the back of the sign, where it would have been attached during filming. The sign displays light signs of wear, including a small tear and slight curling of the edges. Dimensions: 34.5 cm x 30 cm x 0.5 cm (13 ¾” x 11 ¾” x ¼”)
Estimate £300-500 - Final price: £2,074

238. James Bond's (Roger Moore) Seiko Garrote Gadget Watch
A VIEW TO A KILL (1985)

James Bond Roger Moore Seiko Garrote Gadget Watch

James Bond's (Roger Moore) garrote gadget watch from John Glen’s spy film A View to a Kill. Bond had his watch (with hidden garrote) returned to him in a deleted scene, in which he was granted bail and had his various weapons and gadgets returned by a French police officer in Paris.
Based on a Seiko H558 diver's watch, the piece features a stainless steel and plastic case with a metal bezel and glass front. The dial features a static digital counter. A length of string extends from the crown, while a mechanism within the case allows the string to wind back inside when released. The watch is completed with a black, Seiko-branded rubber wrist strap. Displaying some minor wear to the case and strap from use, the watch remains in very good condition. Dimensions: 26 cm x 5 cm x 1.5 cm (10 ¼” x 2” x ¾”)
This lot contains electronics components. While every effort is made to describe them accurately, no guarantee or warranty is made as to functionality, lifespan or safety of those components. It is entirely incumbent on the new owner to satisfy themselves as to their safe use and maintenance.
Estimate £4,000-6,000 - Final price: £6,710

239. 500,000 Monaco Casino Chip
GOLDENEYE (1995)

500,000 Monaco Casino Chip

A 500,000 casino chip from Martin Campbell’s spy film GoldenEye. Casino chips were used early in the film, when James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) met Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen) during a game of blackjack in Monaco.
The casino chip is made of plastic with a gold-and-silver holographic appliqué on both sides. The chip displays red-and-orange accents and reads “Sociéte Des Bains De Mer 500,000 Monaco” on either side in orange-and-black font. The chip displays light signs of wear, and the appliqué is slightly coming away from one corner. The casino chip is presented on a custom-made display stand. Dimensions (casino chip): 11.5 cm x 7.5 cm x 1 cm (4 ½” x 3” x ¼”)
Estimate £600-800 - Final Price: £1,342

240. James Bond's (Pierce Brosnan) Ericsson Gadget Phone
TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1995)

James Bond Pierce Brosnan Ericsson Gadget Phone

James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) Ericsson gadget phone from Roger Spottiswoode’s spy film Tomorrow Never Dies. Bond used his phone as he escaped from Elliot Carver’s (Jonathan Pryce) headquarters, using his remote-control BMW 750iL car to evade Carver’s guards.
This is a stunt, non-practical version of the phone, ideal for use in long-distance shots, or sequences in which the phone could only be seen from behind, rather than closeups of the internal keypad and screen. One of only 12 created for the production, the prop is made of resin, with a hinge enabling it to open and reveal the keys, touchpad and screen inside, although the buttons are static and cannot be depressed. The front screen has a static display mimicking a real phone, and the inside screen has a similar display depicting the car’s view of the attackers, which was added when on display at the Bond In Motion exhibition at Beaulieu Motor Museum.
With some minor marks from use on set, the phone remains in very good condition and is presented on a custom-made display stand. Dimensions (displayed): 16.5 cm x 16.5 cm x 13.5 cm (6 ½” x 6 ½” x 5 ¼”)
Estimate £5,000-7,000 - Final Price: £14,640

241. Jinx’s (Halle Berry) Hero Throwing Knife
DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002)

Jinx Halle Berry Hero Throwing Knife

Jinx’s (Halle Berry) hero throwing knife from Lee Tamahori’s spy film Die Another Day. Jinx used her throwing knives during the film’s finale as she battled the treacherous Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike).
Made of stainless steel, the knife features a pointed, double-edged blade which is serrated along one side. The grip has holes machined into it to give it perfect balance. The blade is stamped “Stainless Rostfrei” at the base. The piece displays some scratching to the polished blade. However, despite this wear, it remains in good overall condition. Dimensions: 22 cm x 4 cm x 1 cm (8 ¾” x 1 ½” x ½”)
UK residents must be over the age of 18 to purchase this piece. Please enquire for further details.
Estimate £800-1,200 -  Final Price: £1,220

242. Casino Royale Playing Cards
CASINO ROYALE (2006)

Casino Royale Playing Cards

A pack of playing cards from Martin Campbell’s spy film Casino Royale. Packs of playing cards were used at the Casino Royale in Montenegro during the film's various poker games.
Custom-made for the production by playing card manufacturer Cartamundi, the cards and packaging are made of high quality stock and are each branded “Casino Royale”, with red patterned backing. The pack contains a complete set of playing cards and remains in excellent condition. Dimensions: 9.5 cm x 7 cm x 2 cm (3 ¾” x 2 ¾” x ¾”)
Estimate £200-300 - Final Price: £976

243. One&Only Club Playing Cards
CASINO ROYALE (2006)

Casino Royale Playing Cards Ocean Club

A pack of playing cards from Martin Campbell’s spy film Casino Royale. Packs of playing cards were used for the poker game played at the Bahamas' One&Only Ocean Club.
Custom-made for the production by playing card manufacturer Cartamundi, the cards and packaging are made of high quality stock and are each branded “OO”, with blue patterned backing. The Ace of Spades card features “One&Only” printed at the centre of the spade. The pack contains a complete set of playing cards and remains in very good condition. Dimensions: 9.5 cm x 7 cm x 2 cm (3 ¾” x 2 ¾” x ¾”)
Estimate £200-300 - Final Price £1,220

244. $1,000,000 Casino Royale Chip
CASINO ROYALE (2006)

$1,000,000 Casino Royale Chip

A $1,000,000 casino chip from Martin Campbell’s spy film Casino Royale. Casino chips were used during the high-stakes poker game between James Bond (Daniel Craig) and Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) at the Casino Royale in Montenegro.
The casino chip is made of pearlescent blue plastic with gold-and-red accents at the centre, and “Casino Royale $1,000,000 Montenegro” printed on both sides of the chip in gold-and-black font. The chip displays adhesive marks on one side, however it remains in very good overall condition and is presented on a custom-made display stand. Dimensions (casino chip): 11.5 cm x 8 cm x 1 cm (4 ½” x 3 ¼” x ¼”)
Estimate £600-800 - Final Price: £3,965

Lot 232 "Shark Fin and Air Pellet" (Live and Let Die), Lot 233 the Set of Four James Bond (Roger Moore) and Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) Contact Sheets also from Live and Let Die went unsold in the auction.


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