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Aston Martin DBS Chair and Tom Ford SPECTRE suit on auction at Julien's

31 May, 2019

Julien's Auctions offers some interesting James Bond lots in their upcoming two-day Legends Auction on Thursday, June 13th and Friday, June 14th in Beverly Hills and live online at www.JuliensLive.com.

All eras and genres of Hollywood and entertainment are represented, reflecting the best in film and television, as well as other popular areas of collecting.

One of the lots up for auction is a two-piece Tom Ford dinner suit worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond 007 in SPECTRE (2015).

Tom Ford suit SPECTRE tuxedo smoking auction

This is the same suit that was sold for £27,500 (at the time approx. $39,270 / €35,228) during the Christie's SPECTRE Auction in London in 2016.

Tom Ford suit label James Bond Bond 24 SPECTRE

The ivory single-breasted silk blend faille dinner jacket is labeled Made in Switzerland, with tailor's label to interior pocket embroidered "Tom Ford, Daniel Craig, Bond 24." The care label with further details reads "Daniel Craig- James Bond" and size 48R. Black wool trousers have satin stripes to the side seams. The trousers have a Tom Ford label and a care label that reads "Daniel Craig- James Bond." Accompanied by a Tom Ford white cotton dress shirt with pleated front and double cuffs with a care label that reads "Daniel Craig James Bond," a black pleated silk cummerbund labeled "Tom Ford," black silk faille bow tie, white braces, and red fabric carnation. Accompanied by a copy of the film.

Tom Ford Tuxedo jacket suit label tag SPECTRE auction

Estimated price for the Tom Ford suit is $30,000 - $50,000.

Another interesting object is a chair from the Aston Martin DBS driven by James Bond in the opening sequence of Quantum of Solace (2008).

Aston Martin DBS chair Quantum of Solace auction juliens

The custom-made seat from the Aston Martin DBS was modified to accommodate an over-the-shoulder camera rig used in Quantum of Solace. The leather and suede fitted seat has "DBS" embroidered on the headrest. The modified carbon fiber back and headrest have been sliced at a 45-degree angle at the rear to allow the chair to be folded over in order for the cameraman to film from the back seat with a clear view of Daniel Craig. The seat can be seen in the high-speed chase scenes of the pre-title sequence. The two sections of the seat have been reconnected with a locking pin to allow a return to its natural form. Accompanied by a podium with a plaque that describes the seat as well as "DBS Hand built in England" plaques and a copy of the film.

Estimate auction price for the DBS chair is $4,000 - $6,000.

An always popular Casino Royale $100 chip will be offered, with an estimate of $400 - $600.

Casino Royale chip $100 auction

The black and red clay poker chip for $100, marked "Casino Royale" is one of multiple chips used in Casino Royale during the high-stakes poker game between Bond, played by Daniel Craig, and terrorist financier Le Chiffre, played by Mads Mikkelsen.

If you can't make it out to Beverly Hills to bid in person in this auction, you can still watch all the action as well as bid online at julienslive.com.


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