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Ursula Andress robe sells for £87,500 and M's phone for £150,000 - plus more auction results

14 November, 2023

The recent Propstore auction saw some James Bond items sell for incredible prices, including M's red telephone that went for £150,000.

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Over 1,800 rare and iconic lots, including more than 75 James Bond lots, were sold during Propstore’s unique Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction over four days from Thursday 9th to Sunday 12th November 2023.

Below you can find a selection of some of the highest-priced James Bond highlights of the Propstore auction.


Lot #209: Honey Ryder's (Ursula Andress) Bathrobe Dr. No

Estimate: £70,000 - £140,000

Lot 209 Honey Ryder Ursula Andress Bathrobe Dr. No

After being apprehended and taken to Dr. No's compound, James Bond (Sean Connery) and Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) were put through a decontamination process, given blue robes, and shown to rooms that were prepared for them. 

This three-quarter-length robe is made of a pale blue towelling material and features a blue plastic flower-shaped button at the collar. This lot was originally sold in Christie's 2001 James Bond auction.

The robe sold for £87,500 (incl buyer's premium)


Lot #210:Hand-painted Robert McGinnis Poster Artwork Thunderball

Estimate: £80,000 - £160,000

mcginnis poster artwork thunderballPoster artwork hand-painted by renowned posterist and cover artist Robert McGinnis for the promotion of Terence Young's Thunderball. McGinnis' classic artwork was featured in many promotional materials for the film, including the US subway poster and half-sheet, the premiere program cover, and the French affiche and French Grande, amongst others. Thunderball went on to surpass the earnings of the three previous Bond films and held the title of highest-grossing Bond film until Guy Hamilton's Live and Let Die in 1973.

This artwork depicts James Bond (Sean Connery) standing before the scantily-clad Fiona (Luciana Paluzzi), Domino (Claudine Auger), Patricia (Molly Peters), and Paula (Martine Beswick) with his harpoon gun and Bahamian cocktail in hand is rendered in oil and gouache on Bainbridge double thick illustration board. It exhibits yellows around the edges and tears on the backing. Dimensions: 21.75 cm x 40.75 cm (8.5" x 16")

The artwork sold for way more than its estimate. The hammer went down at £275,000 incl premium.


Lot #211: M's (Bernard Lee) Red Telephone

Estimate: £3,000 - £6,000

M's (Bernard Lee) red telephone from Guy Hamilton's Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun and Lewis Gilbert's Moonraker. A red telephone occasionally accompanied the regular black telephone that sat on M's desk throughout the Roger Moore years of the series.

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This red plastic telephone features a rotary dialer, a handset connected to the base by a coiled rubber wire and cut wiring at the back. It exhibits scratches, areas of discolouration and rust from production use and age. Dimensions: 13 cm x 27 cm 24 cm (5 1/4" x 10 3/4" x 9 1/2")

From the personal collection of Peter Nelson, previously displayed at his two museums, "The Cars of the Stars" and "The Bond Museum" in Keswick, Cumbria, until they closed in 2011.

The phone sold for a staggering £150,000 after 42 bids!


Lot #217: One & Only Ocean Club Poker Table, Chips and Playing Cards, Casino Royale

Estimate: £40,000 - £80,000

One & Only Ocean Club Poker Table, Chips and Playing Cards, Casino Royale

A One & Only Ocean Club poker table, chips, and playing cards from Martin Campbell's Bond film Casino Royale (2006). James Bond (Daniel Craig) beat Alex Dimitrios (Simon Abkarian) at poker in the One & Only Ocean Club, winning his prized Aston Martin DB5.

The wooden pedestal table features nine playing positions, each with their own in-built chip tray and cup holders. The table features the logo of the club at the centre. Accompanying the table are four unopened packs of playing cards, four bundles of prop $100 notes, a set of poker chips held in a wood and glass display case and a EON certificate of authenticity.

This poker table sold for £150,000, much more than its estimate.


Lot #222: James Bond's (Daniel Craig) Tom Ford Tuxedo No Time To Die

Estimate: £20,000 - £40,000

Tom Ford Tuxedo No Time To Die James Bond Daniel Craig braces suspenders tm lewin

James Bond's (Daniel Craig) tuxedo from Cary Joji Fukunaga's Bond film No Time to Die. Bond wore his Tom Ford tuxedo as he and Paloma (Ana de Armas) infiltrated the Spectre party in Cuba.

The costume consists of a black tuxedo jacket; black tuxedo trousers; a white dress shirt; a black bowtie, and black suspenders. The jacket, shirt and trousers all feature internal labels featuring Craig's name and additional product information, and the jacket also features a label in the inside right pocket with "Daniel Craig Bond 25" embroidered onto it. The jacket is also labelled "Pair 4". All items are Tom Ford except for the suspenders, which are T.M. Lewin.

Sold for: £75,000


Lot #1296: Game 3 Loaded Card Deck, 10 Seat Placer Cards, Casino Chips, "Dealer" Token and Name Badge

Estimate: £1,000 - £2,000

cartamundi cards casino royale auction

A Game 3 loaded card deck, 10 seat placer cards, four casino chips, a "Dealer" token and a name badge from Martin Campbell's Bond movie Casino Royale. Cards, chips and name badges were used in the Casino Royale in Montenegro, where the film's high-stakes poker game took place.

The custom-made Cartamundi cards are each branded "Casino Royale", and "game 3" is written in black marker on the packaging. The plastic chips bear the denominations $25, $100, $5,000 and $25,000. "Dealer" is etched in black on the white plastic token, and the name "Igor" features on the gold-coloured badge.

This set sold for way more than the estimate: £13,750 with 37 bids.


There are dozens more James Bond lots, see all James Bond lot results on the Propstore website.

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