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Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie

Roger Moore as James Bond arrives in New York in Live And Let Die.
Roger Moore as James Bond arrives in New York in Live And Let Die.
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Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie
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Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie
photo © Bond Lifestyle

photo © Bond Lifestyle
Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie label
photo © Bond Lifestyle

photo © Bond Lifestyle
Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie and packaging
photo © Bond Lifestyle

James Bond (Roger Moore) wears a Benson & Clegg Royal Navy Three-Fold Silk Reppe Tie in Live And Let Die (1973).

The tie is part of one of James Bond's most stylish outfits. When James Bond visits New York City, he wears a double-breasted Chesterfield coat, navy suit, light blue shirt with turnback cuffs, black leather gloves and shoes, Rolex Submariner watch and the navy striped regimental tie.

The scene where Bond wears this outfit takes more than 15 minutes in the film, so the tie gets a lot of screentime.

In Britain, regimental stripes have been used in tie designs since the 1920s. The necktie stripes run from the left shoulder down to the right side. Note that in Commonwealth countries, only people affiliated with a regiment (or university, school or organisation) should wear a necktie affiliated with that regiment. For James Bond, as a Navy Commander, this is an appropriate tie to wear.

 

This classic regimental tie is available at Benson & Clegg for £75 / $97.

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The tie has a blade width of approx 9.0cm (3.5").

The ties are Made in England from 100% silk and come in in a stylish Benson & Clegg presentation box.

About Benson & Clegg

Benson & Clegg was founded in 1937 by Harry Benson and Thomas Clegg. The tailors branched out into a large range of menswear accessories such as neckwear, buttons, badges and cufflinks. Back in 1944 Benson & Clegg was granted a Royal Warrant to His Majesty King George VI as his official tailors and in 1992 the company was granted a further Royal Warrant to HRH The Prince Of Wales for the supply of buttons, badges and military neckwear. In 1976 Benson & Clegg moved from 34 Bury Street to Number 9 Piccadilly Arcade on London’s famous Jermyn Street, the street where many other Bond related brands can be found, including Turnbull & Asser, Floris, Church's, Crockett & Jones, Dunhill, Sunspel.

Benson & Clegg Q James Bond Neck Ties

Benson & Clegg has provided several neckties to Q (Desmond Llewelyn) which you can still buy at the Benson & Clegg website (see link and code above) and in the James Bond film No Time To Die, Bond (Daniel Craig) wears a Benson & Clegg tie slide.

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