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James Bond memorabilia lots from Prop Store's biggest LA auction

06 June, 2021

Prop Store is hosting its Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction, for the second time in Los Angeles, across three days on June 29th, 30th and July 1st 2021. Once again the auction features several unique and interesting James Bond props.

With more than 1300 rare and iconic lots from over hundreds of film and tv titles, the Prop Store Live Auction is the biggest live auction they have ever assembled.

Bidding opens June 1st and the final live auction will take place online at propstore.com/liveauction on June 29th, 30th and July 1st 2021.

Bond Lifestyle is giving away two auction catalogs (value £40 / $50), click here.

Below you can find an overview of the James Bond items in the auction:

Dr. No - Set of Five Le Cercle Casino Plaques

Estimate: $4,000 - 6,000

Lot 138 Five Le Cercle casino plaques from Terence Young's spy film Dr. No. MI6 agent 007 (Sean Connery) first uttered his name-"Bond, James Bond"-while playing baccarat chemin-de-fer against Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson) at the Le Cercle casino inside London's Les Ambassadeurs club.

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Le Cercle casino loaned its house plaques to EON Productions for the film. This lot consists of five plaques-one apiece in 5, 10, 50, 100, and 500-pound denominations-manufactured of glossy plastic composites engraved "Le Cercle" with raised serial numbers. They are in good overall condition with minor bubbling and chipped edges from age and production.

Diamonds Are Forever - James Bond's (Sean Connery) Screen-Matched Suit Jacket 

Estimate: $20,000 - 30,000

Lot 139 James Bond's (Sean Connery) screen-matched suit jacket from Guy Hamilton's Bond movie Diamonds Are Forever.


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Bond wore the jacket for example 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, placing of the buttons on the cuffs and the distinctive paisley pattern on the lining.

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 gray 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.

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Four small gray buttons are sewn to each cuff, and two larger matching buttons are attached to the front. The jacket displays light wear and minor brown-colored marks on the front.

Moonraker 6 Shuttle Model Miniature

Estimate: $6,000 - 8,000

Lot 140 A Moonraker 6 shuttle model miniature from Lewis Gilbert's space spy adventure Moonraker (1979). Constructed by a corporation headed by Hugo Drax (Michael Lonsdale), Moonraker 6 launched from an aeronautics complex in the Amazon, transporting James Bond (Roger Moore) to Drax's secret space station.

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Various scales of Moonraker shuttles were built by Derek Meddings' model team for the film, with this being one of the smallest scale shuttles at 16". Contructured of resin, this white and orange model miniature is based on the design of a NASA Space Shuttle Orbiter. It features three clustered black space engines, a dark brown underbelly and nose cone, a "Moonraker" marking on both sides and a tail rudder with a black "6" on both sides. The interior is rigged with pipes for pluming liquid nitrogen that would simulate engine exhaust on camera.

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The underside of the model also features several holes where it was previously mounted during filming. Derek Meddings model work is highly sought after and scarce, and Moonraker's visual effects were highly regarded upon its release. The piece exhibits wear and some damage from use and age, including extensive cracking with some missing body components. Minor stabiliziation and paint in-fill has been applied to improve its aesthetic, and it is in overall fair condition.
 

For Your Eyes Only Kristatos' (Julian Glover) Buoy

Estimate: $5,000 - 7,000

Lot 141 Kristatos' (Julian Glover) buoy from John Glen's spy adventure James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1981). Smuggler and double agent Kristatos tied Bond (Roger Moore) and Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) to a buoy and keel-hauled them.

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This white painted, torpedo-shaped metal buoy features mooring shackles on the front and back of the top section as well as a tail accent on the bottom branded "NM." The top of the buoy also features a handle as well as a flagpole accent. It shows signs of use and wear throughout, but remains in excellent overall condition.

 

A View To A Kill - James Bond (Roger Moore) Sharper Image Credit Cards

Estimate: $1,500 - 2,500

Lot 142 A pair of production-made James Bond (Roger Moore) Sharper Image credit cards from John Glen's spy film A View to a Kill. Bond used his gadget-credit card from The Sharper Image, which slide open revealing electronics in the film, to break into Stacey Sutton's (Tanya Roberts) house.

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This lot consists of two matching copper-color and black plastic The Sharper Image credit card faces and matching backplates. The props were made with a separate front and backplate to allow for the slide-open electronics functionality seen in the film. The card fronts are both labeled "007," signed "James Bond'' on back, and engraved with the card number "560121 0027538153" and expiration date "11 87," while the backs feature the signature of Bond. These do not have the electronic elements seen on the hero prop in the film.
 

$500,000 Casino Royale Chip

Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

Lot 143 A 500,000-dollar Casino Royale chip from Martin Campbell's spy film Casino Royale (2006). 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.

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This chip is made of red pearlescent plastic with a translucent green center and "Casino Royale $500,000 Montenegro" printed on both sides in gold and black text. It exhibits light scratching but remains in good overall condition.

$1,000,000 Casino Royale Chip

Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

Lot 144 A 1,000,000-dollar Casino Royale chip from Martin Campbell's spy film Casino Royale (2006). 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. This chip is made of blue pearlescent plastic with a translucent red and yellow center and "Casino Royale $1,000,000 Montenegro" printed on both sides in gold and black text.

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NOTE: The following lots will be auctioned on Wednesday, June 30th. The auction will begin at 9:00am PDT and lots are sold sequentially via live auctioneer; tune in to the live streaming broadcast on auction day to follow the pace. Other lots in the auction may close on June 29th or July 1st.

A View To A Kill Production-Used Script, Call Sheets, Production Paperwork and Shirt

Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

Lot 791 Production-used script, call sheets, production paperwork and shirt from John Glen's spy adventure A View to a Kill (1985). Bond (Roger Moore) attempted to stop Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) from destroying California's Silicon Valley.

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This lot consists of a 150-page screenplay dated June 20, 1984, a white cotton crew shirt with a multicolor graphic, and a file containing crew lists, expenditure forms, product placement client lists, and itemized prop lists.

 

A View To A Kill Zorin Industries Flag and Department of Conservation Decal

Estimate: $1,000 - 1,500

Lot 792 A Zorin Industries flag and a Department of Conservation decal from John Glen's spy film A View to a Kill. Murderous industrialist Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) caught James Bond (Roger Moore) infiltrating the Department of Conservation.

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This lot consists of a green and white cotton Zorin Industries flag, a large hammer-shaped decal reading "Department of Conservation," and the reporter's nametag.

 

A View To A Kill Stacey Sutton's (Tanya Roberts)
Jeep License Plates and Background Vehicle Plates

Estimate: $500 - 700

Lot 793 Stacey Sutton's (Tanya Roberts) Jeep license and background plates from A View to a Kill. Geologist Sutton drove her jeep as Bond (Roger Moore) followed her.

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This lot consists of a pair of blue and yellow metal license plates marked "Stacey's Cherokee", and a pair of blue and yellow metal background plates. Included is a press pass from Mary O'Hara from The Chronicle. It exhibits signs of wear from age and use, including rust and extensive production-added mud on the background plates, but remains in good overall condition.

 

The World Is Not Enough Hero Casino Plaque Set

Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

Lot 794 A hero casino plaque set from Michael Apted's action adventure James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (1999). High-value chips were used by the glamorous clientele at Casino L'or Noir, owned by Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane). Bond (Pierce Brosnan) visited the casino to retrieve information on the Russian terrorist Renard (Robert Carlyle).

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This lot consists of three plastic casino plaques in gold-color, silver-color and red, each in a different denomination. Each plaque displays an ornate, printed black design which features a side-profile of Zukovsky, card house symbols, and the name of the casino.

 

Die Another Day Martini Glass, Champagne Glass, Pamphlet, Room Key, and Room Sign

Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

Lot 795 A martini glass, champagne glass, pamphlet, room key, and room sign from Lee Tamahori's action adventure James Bond: Die Another Day (2002). Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens) invited Bond to visit an ice hotel.

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This lot consists of an opaque resin martini glass, a transparent resin key card, a transparent rectangular resin room sign, a resin champagne glass with a glass shard covering, and a paper hotel pamphlet. It exhibits signs of use and wear, including loose glass shards and a broken stem on the champagne glass, but remains in good overall condition.

 

SkyFall Floating Dragon Casino Chips Set

Estimate: $2,500 - 3,500

Lot 796 A Floating Dragon Casino chips set from Sam Mendes' action spy sequel James Bond: Skyfall. Super spy Bond (Daniel Craig) visited a floating casino in Macau as he sought more information about assassin Patrice (Ola Rapace).

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This lot consists of a pair of rectangular plaque-style plastic casino chips in black and burgundy. The black chip has a 100,000 HKD denomination while the burgundy chip has a 10,000 HKD denomination. Both feature emerald and gold-color design patterns throughout, as well as text reading "FLOATING DRAGON" and "MACAU."

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For bidding and more info about the other lots in this auction, visit the PropStore.com website, or check out the online catalog.

And make sure to enter the give-away for your chance to receive a free printed catalog of this auction, click here.


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