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James Bond Moon Buggy and original props on auction

28 August, 2019

Profiles in History will auction a wide selection of Hollywood memorabilia including Sean Connery's James Bond Moon Buggy seen in Diamonds Are Forever. Also on offer are Goldfinger prop gold bars, “Moonraker 5” space shuttle filming miniature from Moonraker, Pierce Brosnan’s exploding pen in Goldeneye, cigarette rocket dart from You Only Live Twice and much more.

Profiles in History Icons & Legends of Hollywood

The auction "Icons & Legends of Hollywood" will take place from September 25-26, 2019 in Calabasas, California.

Lot 425 Prop gold bars from Goldfinger

Set of 4 gold bars constructed of a sold cast plaster, studio painted in metallic gold.

Goldfinger Gold Bars prop Auction

Estimate $1500 - $2000

Lot 426 Poster for Goldfinger

Vintage original 1-sheet poster.
Estimate $300 - $500

Lot 427 Cigarette rocket dart from You Only Live Twice

The rocket dart is visible when James Bond  (Sean Connery) tours a ninja training facility and is introduced to the weapon.

Diamonds Are Forever expliding dart cigarette sean connery james bond auction

Estimate $3000 - $5000

Lot 428 Thompson machine gun SFX prop You Only Live Twice

Metal wood prop gun and shoulder strap.  Tommy guns like this are highly visible throughout the movie.

You Only Live Twice Thompson machine gun rifle

Estimate $3000 - $5000

Lot 429 SPECTRE Henchman SIG SG 510 prop battle rifle On Her Majesty's Secret Service

This type of rifle is visible during the mountain and ski chase scenes.

ohmss rifle sig sg 510 james bond majestys secret service

Estimate $2000 - $3000

Lot 430 Moon Buggy Diamonds Are Forever

One of the highlights of this auction is the Diamonds Are Forever Moon Buggy.

moon buggy diamonds are forever sean connery james bond

The Moon Buggy was conceptualized by Academy Award-winning production designer Ken Adam and built by famed California custom car designer/fabricator Dean Jeffries. The Moon Buggy was used in the famous chase sequence as James Bond (Sean Connery) escapes from Willard Whyte's Tectronics Space Center outside Las Vegas in the Nevada desert.

Moon Buggy Diamonds Are Forever Sean Connery James Bond

The 4-wheeled vehicle is constructed from a welded tubulal steel frame clad in aluminum paneling ad cockpit covered with a Plexiglass dome hinged on one side and a radar dish unit mounted behind. An 'arm' with claw implement in attached on each side and a red sphere is attached at the rear. Unlike many other Bond vehicles, there was only one Moon Buggy built. Following production it was used as the centrepiece of a worldwide publicity tour to promote the film. Over time it fell in a state of disrepair until it was eventually located by Graham Rye, editor and publisher of 007 MAGAZINE, who organised the restoration to its original condition (read more on 007 Magazine here and here).

The Moon Buggy was sold for £23,900 on December 14th, 2004 during a Christie's South Kensington auction. The buyer was Planet Hollywood owner Robert Earl for display at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas casino, but the buggy was never put on display.

Estimate $400,000 - $600,000

Lot 431 Charles Gray 'Blofeld' signature jacket from Diamonds Are Forever

This tan wool coat with white pointed collar, 4-front pouch pockets, button front closure, interior lined in beige satin. An inside label reads M. Bermans Ltd., Charles Grey.

Blofeld Diamonds Are Forever jacket suit auction

The jacket from Angels Costumes was sold at Bonham's November 16, 2005 auction (lot 485) when it sold for £11,400 ($13,997) inc. premium.

Lot 432 Hero Shark Gun with compressed air bullets and accessories from Live And Let Die

This is Dr Kananga's articulating air pistol prop with detachable barrel, 3-copper metal CO2 canisters, 7-tooled aluminum compressed air bullets, 1 cleaning brush tool and 1 glass and copper bottle, all housed in a fitted foam and blue felt briefcase with carrying handle and 2 locks (no keys).

Live Let Die shark gun prop Roger Moore Kanagnga James Bond

A small engraved steel plaque within the case reads "Type 936MK1 Mod 1.2. Ref. No 11D/7".

The suitcase can be seen when Roger Moore as James Bond takes a pistol firing compressed air pellets to save Solitaire (Jane Seymour) on San Monique. Kananga takes the gun and fires it at a black vinyl couch. One of the shark bullets from this gun is the device used to dispatch the villain Kananga in his climactic confrontation with Bond at the end of the movie.

Estimate $60,000 - $80,000

Lot 433 HMS Ranger submarine filming miniature The Spy Who Loved Me

This miniature submarine created by master model maker Derek Meddings was used by the special effects team to create the scene of scale for the opening sequences of The Spy Who Loved Me. The miniature is missing a tail fin and front dive plates. It measures 159" x 25" x 13" (403cm x 63,5cm x 33cm).

submarine miniature model spy loved me james bond

Estimate $20,000 - $30,000

Lot 434 Karl Stromberg Torpedo Gun

The gun used by Stromberg when Bond sits at the table and he tries to shoot Bond with the gun through a tube, but Bond evades the bullet and shoots Stromberg.

stromberg rifle gun auction prop

Estimate $12,000 - $15,000

Lot 436 Stromberg Henchman uniform from The Spy Who Loved Me

An orange Stromberg crew uniform, including tunic, pants, beret and belt. Originally sold at Christie's South Kensington sale on December 11, 1997, lot 219.

Estimate $2000 - $3000

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Lot 437 Moonraker launch technician coveralls from Moonraker

A bespoke Dijon yellow cotton sateen coverall from Angels Costumers, worn by launch crew in Moonraker. Bond himself wears a similar flight suit to disguise his presence on the space station.

Estimate $1000 - $1500

Lot 439 Lois Chiles "Holly Goodhead" dress from Moonraker

The dress worn by Lois Chiles as Holly Goodhead in Venice.

Holly Goodhead Lois Chiles venice Moonraker dres sGivenchy

The dress is a Givenchy one-piece sheer China silk dress with fine dot and dash patter, ornamented with gold thread detail throughout, with black velvet collar and cuffs with black grosgrain ribbon piping and a black satin ribbon tie at the neck, featuring balloon sleeves, pleated skirt that cascades from a flat panel at the cinched waist and hemline decorated with a small circle pattern border, with integral copper silk underskirt, with button front closure.

Estimate $6000 - $8000

Lot 440 Moonraker space shuttle miniature

Moonraker space shuttle miniature constructed of cast resin, plastic and tooled metal components by model maker Derek Meddings and his team.

Moonraker 5 Shuttle James Bond miniature model auction

The shuttle was based on actual NASA space shuttles, which hadn't flown yet at the time of production. There was a variety of models in different sizes, this would be the medium to larger variety, measuring 31 x 20 x 11" (78 x 50 x 29 cm). 

Estimate $20,000 - $30,000

Lot 442 Drax perfect people leotard from Moonraker

One-piece white lycra leotard with black polyblend halter top v-neck and zipper back and hook and eye closure.

Moonraker leotard james bond Drax chateau

With a "Bermans & Nathans" label, "Moonraker 14025 Small 5' 6" Fem Athlete" and handwritten Pascal near back zipper. The leotards are worn near the beginning of the film wen Roger Moore as Bond is flown in a helicopter over the Drax henchmen as they train. This item was originally sold at Christie's South Kensington auction on December 11th in 1997.

Lot 444 David Meyer "Twin One/Grischka" circus shirt from Octopussy

Estimate $600 - $800

Lot 445 Roger Moore Safari suit from Octopussy

Frank Foster of London brand piece khaki linen suit including long-sleeve shirt with wide pointed collar, 4-front flap pouch pockets, double back vents (Frank Foster label and handwritten "Roger Moore"), and a pair matching pants with zipper front closure, with "Hayward" label, handwritten "Roger Moore".

octopussy roger moore safari suit james bond

The suit is seen in multiple scenes in and around the Kamal (Louis Jourdan) compound.

Estimate $15,000 - $25,000

Lot 446 Pierce Brosnan vest and coveralls from GoldenEye

Covert Ops ensemble including vest and pants. The BlackHawk brand black mesh utility vest has myriad canvas pouches across the front, lace-up cinching sides, integral canvas backpack, and zipper front closure. The black twill cargo coveralls with short collar, 2 leg pouch pockets and zipper front closure.
[ Note: as mentioned in a comment below, the vest doesn't seem to match the outfit seen in the movie - maybe only part of this outfit is authentic, we have asked Prolfiles inHistory for provenance, and as soon as Profiles in History responds we'll update it here ]

Pierce Brosnan Goldeneye suit overall tactical outfit opening sequence

The outfit is worn by Bond in the opening Chemical Weapons facility sequence when James Bond and fellow agent Alex Trevelyan (Sean Bean) infiltrate and destroy the facility and Trevelyan fakes his death.

Estimate $10,000 - $15,000

Lot 448 Zorin Security Guard jacket from A View To A Kill

Estimate $1000 - $1500

A View To A Kill security jacket

Lot 449 Pierce Brosnan exploding pen from GoldenEye

Exploding pen prop consisting of a commercial stainless steel Parker brand Jotter ink pen. Contains an empty ink cartridge and spring loaded plunger action is working.

Parker Pen explosive Goldeneye Pierce Brosnan James Bond

The pen is used when Q (Desmond Llewellyn) outfits Bond with the gadget. Later, when Bopnd is captured, computer geek henchman Boris Gresheno (Alan Cumming) unwittingly plays with this pen, which ultimately explodes.

Estimate $1500 - $2500

Lot 450 Jonathan Pryce "Elliot Carver" ensemble from Tomorrow Never Dies

This three piece suit includes a Kenzo brand coat and matching pair of pants and a black Smedley long sleeve turtle neck sweater. The outfit was designed by Lindy Hemming and made by Kenzo.

Elliot Carver suit Tomorrow Never Dies

Estimate $6000 - $8000

The auction will feature many other items from the silent era up through Hollywood’s Golden Age and more recent films and series , with artefacts from stars including Cecil B. DeMille, Marlene Dietrich, Carole Lombard, Clark Gable, Errol Flynn, Judy Garland, Sir Laurence Olivier, James Cagney, Edward G. Robinson, Charlton Heston, Elizabeth Taylor, Grace Kelly, James Stewart, Marilyn Monroe, Luke Perry, Bruce Lee, Leonard DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Wesley Snipes, Daniel Radcliffe. For a complete listing visit

Profiles in History
The Icons & Legends of Hollywood Auction

Sale Date: Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 11:00 AM PDT
Day 2: Thursday, September 26, 2019 - 11:00 AM PDT

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The Goldeneye outfit is not even close to the ones Bond and Trevelyan wore in the PTS. Definitely a fake and not even a good one. Someboddy should inform them not to sell!!!

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