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James Bond's Pulsar P2 watch and other rare items at Prop Store Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction

29 October, 2020

James Bond's Pulsar P2 watch and other rare movie props will be offered at Prop Store's Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction in London in December 2020.

Update Dec 2020: final sale prices added at the bottom of article

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Prop Store, one of the world’s leading film and TV memorabilia companies, will hold its annual live auction of film and TV memorabilia for the seventh consecutive year this December, with the items on offer expected to fetch in excess of £4.4 million ($5.6 million).

Over 900 rare and iconic lots will be sold over two days on Tuesday 1st and Wednesday 2nd December 2020 from 2:00pm GMT.

The auction will be live streamed online for fans to track the action and participate in bidding themselves. Auction lots can be viewed by appointment at Prop Store’s office facility in Hertfordshire, UK. Lots can be viewed by appointment only, please email auction@propstore.com for more details.

See articles about previous London Live auctions in 2017, 2018 and 2019.

There will be lots of interesting props from Star Wars, Harry Potter and other movies, but we will focus here on the James Bond lots.

 

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381. James Bond (Sean Connery) and Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) Photo Contact Sheet
DR. NO (1962)

A photo contact sheet from the production of Dr. No. The images were taken on set and depict the scene in which Bond (Sean Connery) and Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) fell unconscious after drinking drugged coffee. The contact sheet consists of 12 black-and-white photos, including two images of Andress having alterations made to her costume. Each image is labelled with a set of numbers, and “W” is written in pencil on the back.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

382. Honey Ryder’s (Ursula Andress) Conch Shell and On-set Black-and-white Photographs
DR. NO (1962)

Conch Shell Dr No Ursula Andress prop store auction

Honey Ryder’s (Ursula Andress) conch shell and a set of black-and-white photographs from the production of Dr. No. Honey first appeared when she emerged from the ocean dressed in her iconic white bikini, collecting conch shells in a netting bag while singing “Underneath the Mango Tree”. This scene is considered one of the most popular in film history.

Obtained from the collection of the production’s prop master Patrick Weymouth, the conch shell features a beige textured exterior with a protruding spire, and the underside reveals a glossy, light pink interior. The three behind-the-scenes shots show Sean Connery, Ursula Andress and various crew members filming in Jamaica. The shell displays a small hole and a large crack on the spire, while light creasing is present on the photographs. The new custodian of this lot will receive a letter of authenticity from a member of Weymouth’s family.

Estimate: £600 - 800

383. James Bond’s (Sean Connery) Screen-Matched Suit Jacket M
DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971)

Anthony Sinclair jacket Diamonds Are Forever

James Bond’s (Sean Connery) screen-matched suit jacket from Guy Hamilton’s Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever. Bond sported his grey suit jacket in multiple scenes, including his confrontation with Tiffany Case (Jill St. John) at her operation residence, where she told him the location of the diamonds. He also wore it when he posed as a lab worker with the government research facility, and during a car chase with the local police in Las Vegas.

The jacket is screen matched by aspects of the pattern of the weave on the lapels and the placing of the buttons on the cuffs. Many of the suits worn by Connery were taken from the set by the actor after producer “Cubby” Broccoli stated he could keep any of the costumes he requested. It has been suggested that Connery paid his accountant with the costumes he wore as Bond.

This suit jacket was custom-made by tailor Anthony Sinclair, who created clothing for all Sean Connery’s appearances as 007. The single-breasted suit jacket is made from light grey worsted wool which features a subtle crosshatch pattern. The garment is lined with a black silk-like fabric decorated with an intricate printed white paisley-inspired pattern. Two slant pockets with wide flaps are situated at the hip and the left breast displays a welt pocket. Four small grey buttons are sewn to each cuff, and two larger matching buttons are attached to the front. The jacket displays light wear and minor brown-coloured marks on the front.

Estimate: £20,000 - 30,000

388. James Bond’s (Roger Moore) Hamilton Pulsar Watch, On-set Photo, Wedding Telegram and Letter
LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)

Hamilton Pulsar p2 Live And Let Die Roger Moore James Bond original watch LED

James Bond’s (Roger Moore) Hamilton Pulsar P2 watch, an on-set photograph, a wedding telegram and a letter from the production of Guy Hamilton’s Bond movie Live and Let Die. This lot was obtained from the collection of the production’s prop master Patrick Weymouth, who became close friends with Roger Moore.

Bond sported his Hamilton Pulsar watch near the beginning of the film, when M (Bernard Lee) and Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) visited his apartment and ordered him to go to New York on a mission to investigate the deaths of three MI6 agents. Bond demonstrated his watch when he pressed the button on the side, which revealed the time “5:48”.

The Hamilton Pulsar P2 2900 LED watch is made of stainless steel and features a small display screen, the word “Pulsar” engraved underneath, and an oyster strap with clasp-buckle fastening. A button is located on the right side which, when pressed, once caused the LEDs to illuminate red. The electronics within the watch no longer function.

The lot also includes a photograph taken on set, and a wedding telegram and letter addressed to Patrick Weymouth from Roger Moore. Several minor scratches are present on the metal bezel and the display screen of the watch which also exhibits minor signs of corrosion. The letter displays general wear, multiple fold lines from storage and slight discolouration. The new custodian of this lot will receive a letter of authenticity from a member of Weymouth’s family.

Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000

384 Crew Gift Cowbell and Two Black-and-white On-set Photographs
ON HER MAJESTY’S SECRET SERVICE (1969)

A crew gift cowbell and two on-set photographs from the production of Peter R. Hunt’s Bond movie The lot also includes a photograph taken on set, and a wedding telegram and letter addressed to Patrick Weymouth from Roger Moore. Several minor scratches are present on the metal bezel and the display screen of the watch which also exhibits minor signs of corrosion. The letter displays general wear, multiple fold lines from storage and slight discolouration. The new custodian of this lot will receive a letter of authenticity from a member of Weymouth’s family.. Obtained from the collection of prop master Patrick Weymouth, the crew gift consists of a metal bell attached to a leather strip which is decorated with a colourful fringed trim. Gold foil lettering reading “Schilthorn 007 Mürren” adorns the strap, referring to one of the filming locations in Switzerland.

The two black-and-white stills show George Lazenby and Weymouth on set. One photo is autographed by Lazenby and displays a dedicated message. Minor scuffing is present on the bell, and the corners of both photographs show minor wear. Dimensions (crew gift): 20 cm x 7 cm x 5 cm (8” x 2 ¾” x 2”); (photo): 20 cm x 25.5 cm (8” x 10”)

Estimate: £300 - 500

385. James Bond (Roger Moore) BBFC Certificates

A set of original British Board of Film Classification certificates issued for seven James Bond films starring Roger Moore. These certificates were issued to state which age bracket each film was suitable for, and appeared on screen in UK cinemas before each film started. The certificates for Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker and For Your Eyes Only feature a green-and-black colour scheme and display a rating of A, indicating suitability for viewers aged 11 and over. The certificates for Octopussy and A View to a Kill feature a PG rating, as they were released after the 1982 rating revision. The lot exhibits signs of creasing and minor fingerprint marks from handling, with notable wear present on the Octopussy certificate.

386. Pair of Contact Sheets Featuring James Bond (Roger Moore), Solitaire (Jane Seymour) and Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto)
LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)

A pair of contact sheets from the production of Guy Hamilton’s Bond movie Live and Let Die. The images on the sheets include the moment Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) interrogated Solitaire (Jane Seymour) and Bond’s seduction of Solitaire using a trick deck of tarot cards containing only “The Lovers”. Printed on glossy photographic paper, the Kodak sheets feature 50 black-and-white images in total, numbered between “LD7493” and “LD7751”.

387. Pair of Contact Sheets Featuring Solitaire (Jane Seymour) and Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto)
LIVE AND LET DIE (1973)

A pair of contact sheets from the production of Live and Let Die. Photographed on set, the majority of the images show Solitaire (Jane Seymour) sitting in her elaborate seat with her tarot cards in two different scenes, while five of the images feature Dr. Kananga (Yaphet Kotto) sat at his desk. Also included are 11 candid shots of Seymour posing on set.

Printed on photographic paper, each Kodak sheet consists of 30 black-and-white images, all numbered between “LD7345” and “LD7492”. The lot exhibits some bending from age and handling, and there is minor wear to the edges. Dimensions (each sheet): 20.5 cm x 25.5 cm (8” x 10”)

389. Sir Christopher Lee’s Personal Annotated First Draft Script
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1974)

Sir Christopher Lee’s personal annotated first draft script from the production of Guy Hamilton’s Bond movie The Man With The Golden Gun. This lot comes from the personal collection of legendary actor Sir Christopher Lee. Bound in a yellow, windowed card cover with metal split pins, the first draft screenplay is credited to Richard Maibaum and is dated “January 7, 1974”. The cover page features the production title and is autographed by Christopher Lee in black ink. The script consists of 152 pages printed single-sided on light blue US Letter paper, with additional white and bright orange revision pages. “Chris Lee” is written in pencil in the top-right corner of the first page and there are detailed annotations written by Lee throughout in blue and red ink, including notes to change some of Scaramanga’s dialogue.

Estimate: £8,000 - 10,000

390. Christopher Lee On-set Photographs
THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1974)

Three on-set photographs featuring Christopher Lee from the production of Guy Hamilton’s Bond movie The Man With The Golden Gun. Obtained from the collection of the production’s prop master Patrick Weymouth, the three colour images show Christopher Lee, who played the villainous assassin Scaramanga, standing and chatting with various crew members between takes while filming in Thailand. One of the photos features Hervé Villechaize, who played Scaramanga’s assistant Nick Nack.

391. Wetbike Delivery Bag
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977)

A Wetbike delivery bag from Lewis Gilbert’s Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me. A bag containing a Wetbike from Q (Desmond Llewelyn) was delivered to Bond (Roger Moore) when he convinced the American submarine captain (Shane Rimmer) that he needed to rescue Anya (Barbara Bach) from the Atlantis fortress before it was destroyed.

Wetbike case bag James Bond Spy Who Loved Me

This large bag is made of thick off-white cotton. Black text detailing the recipient and address of the submarine is printed on both sides, and a zip fastening runs along the top. Signs of wear from production use are present, including dirt marks, stains and several holes, and stitching on one side of the strap has come undone. The printed text has faded slightly over time.

Estimate: £600 - 800


392. Production Stills
MOONRAKER (1979)

A set of stills from the production of Lewis Gilbert’s Bond film Moonraker. The set contains 35 behind-the-scenes images of the Moonraker shuttle, space station and space soldier miniature models.

13 black-and-white stills feature the space station; 14 colour and black-and-white stills feature the models of Drax’s (Michael Lonsdale) soldiers and the Marines in their spacesuits; five stills feature a Moonraker shuttle; and three more are copies of the plans for the toxin vial and toxin dispersal unit that lead Bond (Roger Moore) to Venice.

The shuttle and spacesuit stills are kept together in a black plastic folder, and the larger shuttle stills are in a plastic wallet. The stills have some wear from production use, including minor creasing and fingerprints. Dimensions (largest stills): 40.5 cm x 30 cm (16” x 11 ¾”); (smallest stills): 25 cm x 20 cm (9 ¾” x 8”)

Estimate: £500 - 700

393. Script, Collection of Storyboards and Production Ephemera

A script, collection of storyboards and assorted ephemera from the production of John Glen’s Bond movie For Your Eyes Only. Bound in a yellow card cover, the revised script is labelled “9”, dated “12 August 1980”, and consists of 129 annotated pages printed single-sided on US Letter paper. A majority of the printed storyboards are bound within two folders and show several scenes from the film, including the sequence in which Bond (Roger Moore) and Melina (Carole Bouquet) explored the shipwrecked St Georges and discovered the ATAC.

The lot also contains assorted ephemera, including call sheets, shooting schedules, travel documents, a map of Italy, and a brochure for the Royal World Charity Premiere event, which took place at the Odeon, Leicester Square on 24 June 1981. The lot shows signs of production use, including creasing, folded corners, dirt marks, light discolouration from age, and minor water damage on the script cover.

Estimate: £600 - 800

394. Rublevich’s (Eva Reuber-Staier) Blouse
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981)

Rublevich’s (Eva Reuber-Staier) blouse from John Glen’s Bond movie For Your Eyes Only. Rublevich wore her blouse in General Gogol’s (Walter Gotell) office and sat on his desk as he spoke on the phone to the Comrade Secretary about retrieving the ATAC transmitter.

Rublevich Eva Reuber-Staier Blouse Harrods Shirt

Made from cream silk-blend fabric, the Harrods blouse features a stand-up collar, sewn-in shoulder pads and dark grey piping, which adorns the collar, shoulder seams and left breast pocket. The opening of the blouse is off-centre and eight pearlescent white buttons are attached down the front. Labelled as a European size 42, the blouse displays minor signs of wear, light creasing and some small trailing threads.

Estimate: £400 - 600

395. Milos Columbo’s (Topol) Blazer
JAMES BOND: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981)

Milos Columbo’s (Topol) blazer from John Glen’s Bond movie For Your Eyes Only. Columbo wore his blazer aboard his boat as he and Bond (Roger Moore) met for the first time, and agreed to work together to recover the lost ATAC device.

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The navy woollen blazer is double breasted, with brass buttons featuring an anchor motif. It has three patch pockets and two inside pockets, one of which features a label for tailor Robbie Stanford, reading “Topol, 20-8-1980, 5922”, handwritten in blue pen. The lot is accompanied by a colour still of Columbo wearing his blazer and a letter of authenticity from the film’s wardrobe master Tiny Nicholls. The jacket has some very minor staining from age and production use.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

396. Aristotle Kristatos’ (Julian Glover) Jacket
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981)

Aristotle Kristatos’ (Julian Glover) jacket from For Your Eyes Only. Kristatos wore his jacket during the climactic scenes, as Bond (Roger Moore) and his allies assaulted Kristatos’ mountaintop base.

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The jacket (marked size “GB 42 USA XL”) is reversible, with knitted cream wool on one side and padded cotton on the other. It has a zip fastening and zipped pockets on its sides. The lot is accompanied by four stills of Kristatos wearing his jacket, with one bearing a personalised autograph inscribed “Get your hands off my jacket! Best regards, Julian Glover”, and a letter of authenticity from the film’s wardrobe master Tiny Nicholls. The jacket has some minor staining from production use.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

397. Collection of Five Scripts

A collection of scripts from five Bond films: The Spy Who Loved Me, For Your Eyes Only, Octopussy, A View to a Kill and Licence to Kill.

The script for The Spy Who Loved Me, labelled “Domestic Version Export Script”, is a 213 page continuity script bound at the top with a metal fastener. The For Your Eyes Only continuity script is 129 pages long, dated “12 August 1980”, and bound with metal fasteners between yellow card covers, with the film’s title handwritten in black pen down the spine. The Octopussy continuity script is 149 pages, dated “10 June 1982”, and bound with metal fasteners between brown card covers. The film’s title is handwritten in black pen down the spine, and an Eon Productions compliments slip is stapled to the title page. The A View to a Kill continuity script is 147 pages, dated “June 20, 1984”, and bound with metal fasteners between mustard card covers. The Licence to Kill script, labelled “Dialogue Script”, is 79 pages long, dated “3 April, 1989”, and is spiral bound with a clear plastic cover. The scripts all have wear from age and production use, including creasing, minor tears and edge wear. The scripts bound with metal fasteners display some rust around the fastenings.

Estimate: £2,000 - 3,000

398. James Bond’s (Timothy Dalton) Passport Photos and Crew T-Shirt
LICENCE TO KILL (1989)

James Bond’s (Timothy Dalton) passport photos and a crew T-shirt from the production of John Glen’’s Bond movie Licence to Kill. Bond was carrying his passport in the airport when he learned of Franz Sanchez’s (Robert Davi) liberation. The photos were made for the production but not ultimately seen on screen.

The photo set features two identical headshots of Dalton in the role of Bond, dressed in a suit. The blue cotton-polyester blend T-shirt features printed text reading “007 License Revoked” (the film’s original title), with a pistol representing the seven, in the classic logo style. A black Panavision camera adorns the back and the garment is marked as a size L.

Estimate: £200 - 300

399. James Bond’s (Timothy Dalton) Speargun
LICENCE TO KILL (1989)

James Bond’s (Timothy Dalton) speargun from Licence to Kill. Bond used a speargun to kill the man who murdered his friend Sharkey (Frank McRae) before employing it as an improvised handle to waterski behind a passing seaplane.

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The speargun has a long metal barrel and a black plastic handle. The metal spear, which is blunted, clips to the top of the gun, but can be removed and placed in the barrel. The gun has a moving trigger and safety catch and features a long piece of string attached to each end so it can be worn over the shoulders. The spear gun has some scuffing and scratches from production use and age. The spear itself is missing the rear-end section where a rope was once attached.

Estimate: £3,000 - 5,000

400. James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) Hero AKS-74U Assault Rifle
GOLDENEYE (1995)

James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) AKS-74U from Martin Campbell’s Bond film GoldenEye. Bond picked up his weapon from a Russian soldier when he and fellow 00 Agent Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean) infiltrated a chemical weapons facility. After the mission went wrong, Bond used the rifle to fight his way out of the building. He later used an AKS-74U when confronting Trevelyan on his armoured train.

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Featuring a wooden pistol grip and handguard, the weapon is sympathetically and permanently deactivated, with a functioning trigger and folding buttstock that can be extended or folded to the side. There is some wear from production use and age.

Estimate: £5,000 - 7,000

401. Caroline’s (Serena Gordon) Jacket
GOLDENEYE (1995)

Caroline’s (Serena Gordon) jacket from GoldenEye. Psychiatric evaluator Caroline wore her jacket in Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) Aston Martin DB5 as he raced with assassin Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen).

The Pied a Terre jacket is made from a brown cotton-linen blend and features a subtle check pattern all over. Lined in brown viscose, the garment displays two welt pockets and four intricately patterned buttons and multiple buttonholes, a majority of which are not functional. The jacket displays minor wear from production use, including light plucks to the fabric and signs of verdigris patina on the buttons.

Estimate: £400 - 600


402. James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) Hero Walther PPK Pistol, Silencer and Holster
GOLDENEYE (1995)

James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) hero Walther PPK pistol, silencer and holster from Martin Campbell’s Bond movie GoldenEye. Bond used his Walther PPK throughout the film, from his infiltration of the Soviet chemical weapons facility (where the pistol was fitted with a silencer), to his meeting with Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane). Colonel Ourumov (Gottfried John) later used Bond’s weapon to kill Defence Minister Mishkin (Tchéky Karyo) and a guard, framing Bond for the crime.

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The Walther PPK was Bond’s weapon of choice throughout the series, up to and including Tomorrow Never Dies, when he then switched to the Walther P99. In The Making of GoldenEye by Garth Pearce, armourer Charlie Bodycomb explains that a real, blank-firing Walther PPK was used in close-up, because gun experts in the audience would be able to tell the difference.

The lot consists of a hero Walther PPK pistol, a detachable silencer, and a holster. The Walther PPK is made of blued steel with an acrylic grip, and has the serial number “811590”. The silencer is attached to the pistol using a screw fitting via a threaded barrel. The Galco holster is leather with an elasticated strap.

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The pistol is sympathetically deactivated and features a functioning trigger, hammer, magazine release and safety. The weapon and holster show some wear from production use and age, including some scuffing and scratches on the pistol itself, and also on the silencer. Presented on a custom-made display featuring information about the collection, the lot is also accompanied by three certificates of authentication, one for each component, from Bapty, the production armourers, and the pistol’s certificate of deactivation.

This lot was also offered at the 2019 Live Auction

Estimate: £40,000 - 60,000

403. Pierce Brosnan’s Autographed Chair Back
TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1997)

Pierce Brosnan’s chair back from the production of Roger Spottiswoode’s Bond movie Tomorrow Never Dies. Made from black canvas, the chair back features Brosnan’s name embroidered in white thread on one side, and is autographed by Brosnan in silver-coloured ink. There are minor signs of wear, with small plucks present on some lines of stitching.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

404. James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) Blue Linen Shirt
TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1997)

James Bond’s (Pierce Brosnan) blue linen shirt from Tomorrow Never Dies. Bond wore his shirt while he was captured by Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce) alongside Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh). The pair then escaped into Saigon on a motorbike, taking down a pursuing helicopter along the way.

angelo litrico shirt james bond pierce brosnan tomorrow never dies

The shirt is a blue linen Angelo Litrico (size “L 41/42”), and has a handwritten label in the collar which reads “Pers/Demo/Men.T.N.D”. An Angels & Bermans costumier’s label is stitched to the inside of the breast pocket, and has “1997 Tomorrow Never Dies Pierce Brosnan” handwritten on it.


Estimate: £1,000 - 1,500

405. Verushka’s (Nina Muschallik) Casino Costume and Autographed Photos
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH (1999)

Verushka’s (Nina Muschallik) casino costume and a set of autographed photos from Michael Apted’s Bond movie The World Is Not Enough. Verushka wore her costume as she and her associate Nina (Daisy Beaumont) entertained Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane) in his office at his casino.

verushka pink top world is not enough

Obtained directly from Nina Muschallik, the costume consists of a matching bandeau top and bolero, both made from a dark pink synthetic blend fabric. Both garments are decorated with embroidered floral and metallic faux-gold zigzag patterns. Completing the lot are two stills from the film showing the costume, two headshots and a The World is Not Enough promotional card, all autographed by Muschallik. The costume exhibits minor wear and the lot is accompanied by a letter of authenticity.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

406. Hovercraft Nose Cone
DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002)

A hovercraft nose cone from Lee Tamahori’s Bond movie Die Another Day. During the pre-credits sequence, Bond (Pierce Brosnan) tried to escape from a North Korean military base in a hovercraft, pursued by Colonel Moon’s (Will Yun Lee) hovercraft-piloting soldiers.

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The cone is green and made of fibreglass, with a clear plastic section at the front for the vehicle’s light and two wing mirrors. There is a section on each side where a faux machine gun was mounted during production. The cone is intentionally distressed and painted to look dusty and scratched. The paintwork displays additional scratches and stains in places, and there are chips to the edges of the fibreglass.

Estimate: £600 - 800

407. Jinx Johnson’s (Halle Berry) Hero Pietro Beretta Cheetah Pistol
DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002)

Jinx’s (Halle Berry) hero Pietro Beretta Cheetah pistol from Lee Tamahori’s Bond movie Die Another Day. Jinx (Halle Berry) carried her pistol as she hunted the North Korean terrorist Zao (Rick Yune), using the firearm to kill Dr. Alvarez (Simón Andreu) at the Isla de Los Organos clinic, and later wielding it both at Gustav Graves’ (Toby Stephens) ice palace and on his plane.

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This Beretta Cheetah, chambered in a 9mm calibre, features a four-inch barrel and wooden pistol grip and is accompanied by a matching silencer and a removable magazine. It has been sympathetically and permanently deactivated, with a functioning trigger, hammer, slide and magazine release. The barrel has been blocked as part of the deactivation process. The lot displays some wear from production use, including some scuffing and scratches, and a couple of small chips on the wooden grip. Accompanying the lot is a letter of authenticity from Bapty Ltd. confirming its use on the film, a certificate of deactivation, and a small padded carrying case.

This lot was also offered at the 2019 Live Auction

Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000

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

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A $1,000,000 poker chip from Martin Campbell’s Bond movie Casino Royale. James Bond (Daniel Craig), Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) and their fellow poker players used betting chips during the high-stakes game at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. The plaque is made of blue pearlescent plastic, and has a translucent red-and-yellow centre. “Casino Royale $1,000,000 Montenegro” is printed on both sides in a gold-and-black font. The chip displays light scratches. Dimensions: 11.5 cm x 8 cm x 0.5 cm (4 1/2” x 3 1/4” x 1/4”)a gold-and-black font. The chip displays light scratches.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

409. Casino Royale $500,000 Poker Chip
CASINO ROYALE (2006)

A $500,000 poker chip from Martin Campbell’s Bond movie Casino Royale.

James Bond (Daniel Craig), Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) and their fellow poker players used betting chips during the high-stakes game at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. The chip is made of red pearlescent plastic and has a translucent green centre. “Casino Royale $500,000 Montenegro” is printed on both sides.

Estimate: £800 - 1,200

410. James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) Tuxedo
SKYFALL (2012)

James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) tuxedo from Sam Mendes’ Bond movie Skyfall. Bond wore his tuxedo in Macau, when he encountered Sévérine (Bérénice Marlohe) at the Golden Dragon Casino, and the next morning when he was taken to a deserted island and forced to try and shoot a whiskey glass off her head by ex-MI6 agent and cyberterrorist Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem).

tom ford tuxedo james bond daniel craig skyfall

Made from midnight blue wool, which appears black in certain lighting, the custom-made Tom Ford tuxedo consists of a matching dinner jacket and trousers. The jacket features black satin lapels, an angled pocket on the left breast, and two welt pockets situated at the hips. Three small covered buttons are adhered to each cuff, and a larger matching button is sewn on the front. A strip of black satin runs down the trouser seams and the waist is fitted with adjusters with small metal buckles. The jacket lining is autographed by Craig in silver-coloured ink. A Tom Ford label with the text “Daniel Craig, Bond 23” embroidered in white is located within the jacket’s interior right chest pocket. The interior of each garment displays large maker labels displaying several fields, including multiple bespoke measurements; the box titled “cliente” reads “INC DCraig”. The tuxedo displays signs of production use, including light plucks and minor marks on the jacket, while some stitching on the trousers’ left-side seam has come undone, creating a small hole. The lot is accompanied by an EON Productions certificate of authenticity.

Estimate: £10,000 - 15,000

411. James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) MI6 Training Suit
SKYFALL (2012)

James Bond’s (Daniel Craig) MI6 training suit from Sam Mendes’ Bond film SkyFall. Bond wore his training suit when he returned to MI6 after being shot in the line of duty, and undertook a series of physical, psychological and combat tasks to prove he was fit for service.

SkyFall track suit training MI6 SIS james bond blue puma daniel craig auction

The costume consists of a tracksuit jacket and trousers, with a T-shirt and a pair of trainers. The blue Puma tracksuit has the MI6 insignia stitched onto the left breast pocket with silver thread, as does the blue muscle-fit T-shirt. The tracksuit trousers have a zipped pocket on each hip. A production tag describes the costume as “Hero” and was used for “Day (7) Sc44 - Sc 49”. The costume has some wear from production use, including a small stain on the front of the T-shirt, and is presented on a custom-built mannequin with an illuminating display base. The blue Adidas trainers have a hole drilled into each sole for display purposes. The lot comes with a certificate of authenticity from EON.

Estimate: £15,000 - 20,000

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UPDATE: Final sale prices (incl. Buyer's Premium):

Lot #381 - DR. NO - James Bond and Honey Ryder Photo Contact Sheet: £1,875
Lot #382 - DR. NO - Honey Ryder's (Ursula Andress) Conch Shell: £6,875
Lot #384 - OHMSS - Crew Gift Cowbell and Photographs: £750
Lot #385 - VARIOUS - James Bond (Roger Moore) BBFC Certificates: £625
Lot #388 - LALD - James Bond (Roger Moore) Hamilton Pulsar Watch: £11,250
Lot #389 - TMWTGG - Sir Christopher Lee's Script: £10,625
Lot #390 - TMWTGG - Christopher Lee On-set Photographs: £500
Lot #391 - THE SPY WHO LOVED ME - Wetbike Delivery Bag: £2,125
Lot #392 - MOONRAKER - Production Stills: £875
Lot #393 - FYEO - Script, Collection and more: £2,125
Lot #394 - FYEO - Rublevich's (Eva Reuber-Staier) Blouse: £625
Lot #395 - FYEO - Milos Columbo (Topol) Blazer: £1,000
Lot #396 - FYEO - Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover) Jacket: £1,375
Lot #397 - VARIOUS PRODUCTIONS - Collection of Five Scripts: £2,500
Lot #398 - LTK - James Bond Passport Photos and Crew T-Shirt: £281
Lot #400 - GOLDENEYE - James Bond  Hero AKS-74U Assault Rifle: £7,500
Lot #401 - GOLDENEYE - Caroline's (Serena Gordon) Jacket: £625
Lot #403 - TND - Pierce Brosnan's Autographed Chair Back: £1,250
Lot #408 - CASINO ROYALE - $1,000,000 Poker Chip: £6,875
Lot #409 - CASINO ROYALE - $500,000 Poker Chip: £5,625
Lot #410 - SKYFALL - James Bond Tuxedo: £22,500
Lot #411 - SKYFALL - James Bond MI6 Training Suit: £18,750


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I purchased the Wet Bike bag from the Prop Store auction. If you have any questions about it, I would be happy to answer...

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