Douglas Pell Money Clip
In the movie Casino Royale, James Bond uses a money clip to keep his money and credit card. The money clip is handmade by english silversmith Douglas Pell.
The money clip can be seen on dvd, or better, the Blu-Ray versions of Casino Royale when Bond and Vesper get into the car after the train ride to Montegegro. Bond turns left and grabs a bill and takes the envelope from the porter with his left hand, the same hand he is holding the clip of money and cards. One of the clips used is now on display at the Bond In Motion exhibition in the London Film Museum.
The money clip that is still available is the same one as used in the film, except that the last mark, the date mark, is different. Since the date mark changes every year, the current clip has a different mark then the original clip used in Casino Royale, which had an "f" signifying "2005".
The marks explained:
DP: DP for Douglas Pell
925: 925 parts silver in 1000
Leopard head: signifying Assay Office London, the office that grades the silver item.
Letter code: denoting year of production. "h" is for 2007. The original Casino Royale version had an "f"