The James Bond Movies will always have the iconic Aston Martin DB5. There is great value in grabbing these remarkable pieces of film memorabilia, and people are up for it. The car is estimated to fetch upwards of $2 million at the auction.

Christie’s London is offering for sale the Aston Martin driven by Daniel Craig in one of his Bond films. The stunt vehicle used in the James Bond movie No Time To Die was specifically developed for that role. It is expected to bring in about $2 million at an auction to mark James Bond’s 60th anniversary.

The official two-part charity sale will take place at Christie’s auction house in London on Wednesday, September 28. The only DB5 stunt vehicle from the movie to be made available for purchase is the silver birch, Aston Martin. The Prince’s Trust will use the money to support its work with young people.

Items honoring each of the six actors who have played James Bond, including Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig, are among the lots. Daniel Craig’s James Bond will dress in a two-piece dinner suit and Crockett & Jones shoes are on the list. The “Alexandra” gown by Michael Lo Sordo that was worn by Ana de Armas is also for sale.

An OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300m 007 Edition watch used by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die was also available to the public. Additionally, Daniel Craig, the real-life 007, will sign a clapperboard from No Time To Die. Other than that, Billie Eilish, Cary Joji and Fukunaga, and many others will also sign the item.

There are hundreds of iconic items that are to be sold in the auction. The commendable nature of the auction to serve up its proceeds for a trust fund is widely appreciated. We hope that the owner of these items will cherish these forever.

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Anirban Biswas

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