Watches, cars, costumes… James Bond’s 60th birthday film auctioned off

Christie’s Nicola Dove will be hosting an auction for James Bond’s final hour.

Christie’s London will begin hosting a massive charity sale exclusively for 007 filming artifacts beginning in September of the following year.

Christie’s London has already dedicated a large charity auction to the 007 myth, even though they are still searching for a new interpretation to carry on the tradition. An event to celebrate the 60th anniversary of James Bond’s exploits being filmed and released in theatres. Eon Production will shortly be auctioning off a total of severals, including a number of filming memories, in particular of the most recent Bondesque Opus. The proceeds from the auction will be donated to 45 different charitable organizations.

Do something kind for yourself and buy some bow ties or James Bond shoes. Christie’s

At the turn of the goods that are up for auction, one can also find the cybernetic eye that was worn by a Specter agent in the movie No Time to Die, as well as 007’s bow ties, or Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell’s penned lyrics for the same movie. Or the sheet music for the song Sky Fall that has been signed by Adele, or the one for Live and Let Die that has been signed by Sir Paul McCartney. The Aston Martin DB5, Range Rover Sport SVR, Aston Martin V8, and Jaguar XF were all used in the production of the most recent James Bond movie. Fans of automobiles with a rich history will fight with one another to get one of these vehicles. In addition, a Defender 110 V8 Bond 60th Anniversary Edition was included. For some, an unforgettable Champagne experience with Bollinger at the Bristol hotel in Paris or five nights in the Fleming villa at the GoldenEye hotel in Jamaica is more appealing than the other option.

Read also: Daniel Craig on the “small memory” he saved from the set of “007”

James Bond is shown here behind the wheel of an Aston Martin V8. Nicola Dove

One of the watches that 007 wore on his wrist during his final adventures and when he was killed can be found in lot 14, and watch collectors may be enticed to purchase it. On their wrists, some people keep a watchful eye on their lives. When Daniel Craig puts on the James Bond 007 suit for the very final time for the film No Clock to Die, he will have the unique opportunity to wear the watch that he uses to time his demise. But legends never die. The steel Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra watch that the actor wore is also included in the auction. a piece that is placed in a bespoke case and comes with a certificate of authenticity from the brand. Christie’s has prudently predicted that it will sell for between 18,000 and 23,000 euros, but the actual price will almost certainly be significantly higher.

Check also this related article: “Dying can wait: a new watch for James Bond.”

The two most recent timepieces seen being worn by Daniel Craig in on-screen appearances. Omega

This should be even more the case with the very antique Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition, which was also worn by Daniel Craig in No Time to Die (the price range is expected to be between 18,000 and 24,000 euros). A piece made of grade 2 titanium, which is strong and lightweight, and designed in a decidedly military style, which works wonderfully with the covert agent’s other protective gear. The most exquisite watch that has ever been shown on TV being worn by Secret Service Agent 007 in the past few decades. According to 007, you only get the chance to live twice, but you can only afford them once…

Watches have long been an essential item in the Bond story, both to help establish the character and by the gadgets that some of them carry, Q obliges. This has been the case for a considerable amount of time. Daniel Craig was also involved in the design process for his most recent Seamaster Diver 300M watch, but that is not the “small keepsake” that he has retained from all of his shoots for James Bond 007. The British actor will have preserved only one item from his five films in the role of James Bond: “the watch from the movie Casino Royale given to me by Barbara Broccoli, the producer.” This watch was presented to him by Barbara Broccoli. During one of the scenes, I leap while wearing this watch. She has not yet cleaned off the mud. This time it is a huge model Omega Planet Ocean (Ref. 2900.50.91), in steel on a rubber strap. He wore it in the magnificent opening scene of Casino Royale in Uganda (2006), and one day, perhaps it will also be offered at auction.

Check out also James Bond: Daniel Craig’s 007 watches for more information.

Christie’s / Eon Productions will be auctioning off 007’s fighting gear from the film “No Time to Die.”

The online sale of 35 lots from the 25 released films will take place from September 15 to October 5, followed by a physical session in London on September 28, which will end with six lots each representing one of the six actors who have played Bond: Sir Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig. The most recent 007 sales at Christie’s raised a trifle over 7.2 million euros in auction.

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