‘s DB5 Aston Martin is up for auction.
The specially built stunt car driven by in the James Bond film could is set fetch up to £2 million in an auction to commemorate the 60th anniversary of James Bond.
A Tom Ford two-piece dinner suit worn by the actor is also going under the hammer.
Going once: James Bond’s DB5 Aston Martin is up for auction. Christie’s will hold the official two-part charity sale on Wednesday September 28.Craig pictured in the car in No Time To Die
Christie’s auction house in London will hold the official two-part charity sale on Wednesday September 28.
The silver birch Aston Martin is the only DB5 stunt car from the film to be sold to the public.
It is estimated to be bought for between £1,500,000 and £2,000,000.
The proceeds will go to The Prince’s Trust in its work with young people; The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund in support of charities assisting serving and former members of the UK Intelligence Agencies; and three charities supporting serving and former members of the UK Special Forces.
Bargain! The car driven by Daniel Craig in the James Bond film No Time To Die could is set fetch up to £2 million in an auction to commemorate the 60th anniversary of James Bond
Movie magic: The car was also seen in 2006 Bond film Casino Royale, with Daniel seen here in the driving seat alongside Caterina Murino who played Solange Dimitrios
High tech: The Aston Martin is fitted with ‘Q Branch’ modifications, with the headlights moving down to reveal guns at the front
Pristine: The car was in tip top shape ahead of the auction, with the chrome detailing glistening in the light
Specially equipped: The car is fitted with racing seats and metal bars inside to ensure the safety of the driver and passenger
With love: The staff at the auction house took great care to keep the care safe and clean before the sale
Perfect sheen: The car was polished into perfect condition ahead of the sale in a bid to raise the most amount of money for charity
Bond’s wheels: Producer Michael G.Wilson and Associate Producer Gregg Wilson seen with a silver birch Aston Martin DB5 stunt car, one of eight stunt replicas built for the film. This is the only DB5 stunt car from No Time To Die to be released for public sale
Included in the lots are items commemorating each of the six actors to have played Bond, including Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig.
Among the array of costumes there will be a two-piece dinner suit with Crockett & Jones shoes, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond to attend a SPECTRE party, and the incredible Michael Lo Sordo ‘Alexandra’ gown worn by Ana de Armas in the latest film.
There will also be a clapperboard from No Time To Die signed by 007 himself, Daniel Craig, director Cary Joji and Fukunaga, singer Billie Eilish, and many others who brought the film to life.
People could also get their hands on an OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition watch worn by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die.
Biker’s dream: A Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE stunt motorcycle that appeared in last year’s Bond film No Time To Die is also going on sale
Raking in the cash: It expected to sell for £20,000 – £30,000 when it goes on sale with 59 other lots
On a role: No Time To Die vehicles are going on sale, including a 1981 Aston Martin V8 (middle vehicle) which is estimated at £500,000-700,000)
Splash the cash: An Aston Martin DBS Superleggera (rear vehicle) is expected to sell for some big money for the charity
Big bucks: The vehicle is has been given an estimate of £300,000-400,000 and the money will be donated to The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
Chic ride: A Land Rover Defender 110 is to benefit the British Red Cross to the estimated tune of £300,000-500,000
Suits you: A Tom Ford two-piece dinner suit worn by the actor is also going under the hammer
Hero: To represent Sir Roger Moore, they are selling a gold-plated Swarovski-encrusted prop egg from Octopussy
Keepsake: The egg, pictured, is estimated to sell for £6,000-£10,000, with the money going to the charity UNICEF
In the detail: The egg features a small golden carriage sitting inside which is visible as the upper half is lifted up
Pride of place: It sits on a gold stand to match the design, with the item glistening under the lights of the display cabinet at the action rooms
Memorabilia: The egg is seen sitting in front of two limited edition OMEGA Seamaster watches, which come in a cover signed by George Lazenby
Timepieces: Two watches worn by Daniel Craig in the films are expected to go for up to £20,000
Big bucks: The watches are estimated to sell for £40,000-60,000 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
Timepieces: (left) The OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition, worn by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die and designed with input from Craig and the filmmakers; it is being sold to benefit TIME’S UP UK (estimate: £15,000-20,000) (right) The OMEGA Aqua Terra 150m; it is being sold to benefit Orbis (estimate: £15,000-20,000)
A Christie’s spokesman said: ‘The final six items that will be up for auction will each represent one of the six Bonds, 검증커뮤니티 and the money will go to the charity chosen personally by each one.’
To represent Sir Roger Moore, they are selling a gold-plated Swarovski-encrusted prop egg from Octopussy, which is estimated to sell for £6,000-£10,000, with the money going to the charity UNICEF.
In the name of Timothy Dalton, there will be a black, single-breasted tuxedo that he wore in Licence to Kill in 1989, signed on the inside jacket lining.
Memories: Costumes and props associated with the 25th film No Time To Die are also going on sale
In the detail: A fractured mask worn by Rami Malek in the film No Time To Die is expected to go for around £12,000
Bets are on: In the name of Timothy Dalton, there will be a black, single-breasted tuxedo that he wore in Licence to Kill in 1989, signed on the inside jacket lining
Up for grabs: Five silk bow ties worn, and now signed, by Daniel Craig on display ahead for the forthcoming James Bond is Back charity sale at Christies
Sale on: The Christie’s London online sale is now open for bidding ahead of James Bond Day on 5 October
On show: The items were presented during a media preview of 60 years of James Bond at Christies Auction House in London on Monday
Making music: A special edition Duesenberg 007 electric guitar to be played by David Arnold at the Royal Albert Hall is signed by producers and artists performing in the Sound of 007
The estimated £6,000-£10,000 will go towards the National Youth Theatre.
Daniel Craig’s item will be harder to take home, as they are auctioning the Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE from No Time To Die.
The motorbike played a major role in one of 007’s iconic street chases.The estimated £20,000-£30,000 will go towards Severn Hospice.
The last three official Christie’s 007 auctions have raised £4,812,525, and this year they are hoping for just as much success.
Nice ride: Triumph Scrambler 1200 XE, the specially modified stunt bike has a major role in the pre-credit sequences in the film No Time To Die (estimate: £20,000-30,000)