Aston Martin DB5 stunt car is up for auction – Robb Report

You will soon be able to buy everything you need to be James Bond in one place.

Christie’s and Eon Pictures will celebrate 60 years of the super spy’s big-screen exploits with a unprecedented auction of memorabilia related to 007 in September. Bond collectors and superfans will have the chance to bid on coveted items from all eras of the beloved franchise, including an Aston Martin DB5 stunt car, several Omega watches and particularly memorable accessories.

The two-part sale will see a total of 60 lots offered for sale, making it the largest bond auction in history. The main part of the event is a live auction which will see 25 vehicles, watches, costumes and accessories from the 25th and newest film in the series, no time to die, hit the block. This will be complemented by an online auction of 35 memorabilia pieces celebrating the six actors to portray Ian Fleming’s spy on the big screen. Proceeds from sales will go to 45 charities, including the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund, which supports past and current members of Britain’s intelligence agencies and security services.

Motorboat from “The World Is Not Enough”


The main lot, without a doubt, is one of eight DB5 stunt cars used to film no time to die. It’s the only such car approved for sale so far, and it’s loaded with Q goodies, including hidden machine guns that don’t fire. It is expected to sell for between $1.83 and $2.43 million. Other vehicles of note include a Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE motorcycle driven by Daniel Craig in the same film (which has a presale estimate of $24,000 to $36,000), a jet boat driven by Pierce Brosnan in The world is not enough ($24,000 to $36,000) and a cello case that Timothy Dalton used as a sled in Living daylights ($5,000 to $9,000).

There are also plenty of items for those who prefer early Bond actors or just don’t have the spare space in their garage. These include a Swarovski-encrusted prop egg of Roger Moore’s star Octopus ($7,000 to $10,000), a set of two 50th Anniversary On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Omega Seamaster divers with a box signed by George Lazenby ($49,000 to $73,000) and a five-night stay at the Fleming Villa in Jamaica, complete with a facsimile of the script from the first Bond movie, Sean Connery -featured Dr. No ($35,000 to $60,000).

Set of two 50th anniversary

50th Anniversary Omega Seamaster “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” Two-Watch Set


The 60 Years of James Bond Live Auction is by invitation only and will take place on September 25 at Christie’s saleroom in London. The online auctionmeanwhile, will run from September 15 to October 5. If you’re a Bond fan, you’ll want to be prepared, because there’s something for everyone.

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