An variety of James Bond items and memorabilia, including an Aston Martin stunt car and costumes worn by Daniel Craig in “No Time to Die,” will be auctioned off in a charity auction soon as the film series celebrates its 60th year.
Aston Martin stunt car, Daniel Craig costumes star at James Bond auction
The two-part auction will take place as a live auction on Wednesday and an online auction with bidding open until James Bond Day on October 5 – the date the first film about the suave British secret agent, “Dr. No,” was released in 1962.
The car utilized for action scenes in “No Time to Die” against the beautiful backdrop of Matera’s cave dwellings is at the top of the list.
It is one of eight replicas made for the film, with a price range of 1.5 million pounds to 2 million pounds ($1.62 million to $2.16 million).
A signed “No Time to Die” clapperboard and costumes used by actors Rami Malek as the villain Safin and Lashana Lynch as 007 agent Nomi are among the other items. The signed clapperboard is estimated to sell for between 5,000 and 7,000 pounds.
Several clothes used by Craig in his last Bond film, including a tactical costume for his last scenes, are also included. It is expected to cost between 15,000 and 20,000 pounds.
There are also more cars, watches, clothes, and artifacts from many Bond films.
The two “Sixty Years of James Bond” auctions, which featured a combined 60 pieces, will donate the proceeds to various charity.