The auction will help several charities with the money collected
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/14/2012 -- Bond memorabilia is going to be put on auction on global James Bond day.
The auction will take place on October 5, 2012, marking 50 years of the first Bond movie when Sean Connery starred in the movie Dr No in 1962.
The catalogue for the “50 years of James Bond” sales included books, props, posters, and costumes from all of the 23 Bond films.
The auction will take place at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Auction house Nicolette Tokinson said “Christie’s is excited to be working directly with EON Productions to present this unique auction to mark the 50th anniversary of James Bond.
“With memorabilia offered from every official Bond film ever made, the auction is sure to appeal to new and established fans of the famous British spy.”
“James Bond is much loved by a truly international fan base and we hope to make memorabilia from the 23 Bond films accessible to all.”
“A broad spectrum of prices will be covered within the auction, with online lots selling without reserve and bids starting at only £50.”
“Twelve charities will be benefiting from the auction sales including Barnardo’s Unicef and the National Youth Theatre.”
The auction includes a powerful Aston Martin with only one previous owner--James Bond. The car is expected to fetch a high price at the auction. The car bears the film’s title “Quantum of Solace”, which can be found under the hand brake.
The car appeared in the opening scenes of Quantum of Solace starring Daniel Craig. The tarot cards from the Live and Let Die movie will also be on sale; these cards were used by Jane Seymour’s character, Solitaire.
Other items on auction are the belt with a golden bullet buckle worn by Christopher Lee as Scaramanga in The Man with The Golden Gun.
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