On February 18, 2018, 25 pieces of James Bond memorabilia from the set of the most recent James Bond movie Spectre will be auctioned off by Christie’s London.
Highlighted pieces being auctioned off include; aTwo Piece Dinner Suit By Tom Ford, Worn by Daniel Craig, The Spectre Aston Martin DB10 which is one of 10 specialty AM’s used in the set, a pair of Tom Ford Snowdon Sunglasses Worn By Daniel Craig, and my personal favorite, Prototype Omega Seamaster 300 Worn By Daniel Craig.
This prototype is a true James Bond watch in the sense that is was one of eight watches used on the set of the movie Spectre. This engraved Number One will not come with the surprising complication from Q but sports a NATO bracelet, something Bond had not worn since the opening scene of Goldfinger.
Prototype one of eight Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatches, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond
Black dial, luminous broad arrow hour markers and Arabic 3, 6, 9 numerals, luminous hands and “lollipop” sweep centre seconds, circular stainless steel case with transparent back, bi-directional rotating black ceramic bezel calibrated for 12 hours, self-winding caliber 8400, 38 jewels.
Dial case and movement signed Omega, movement no. 87233956, case back engraved Liquid Metal Technologies, Seamaster 300, Anti-Magnetic, 15,000 Gauss, 300m/1000ft, Si14, lugs engraved Proto. No 1, Not For Sale, no. 87233956, stainless steel. Black and grey striped ‘NATO’ strap with Omega stainless steel strap holders. 41mm. diam. In presentation box
Note: This watch sold on Thursday February 18, 2016 for $132,000.
The original auction estimates were $21,375-$28,500