September we wrote about the fabulous 60th Anniversary of James Bond auction
at Christies. We were following the progress of three watch lots at the sale and promised to come back to you with the final sale prices. We suspected they would be much higher than the estimates and we were right.
The single Omega Seamaster 300m Titanium worn (and partially designed) by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die eventually sold for an eye watering £226,800. The blue dial Aqua Terra also worn by him was a tad more reasonable at £119,700 and a double Omega Seamaster OHMSS special edition pack went oddly for exactly the same price as the Aqua Terra. They represent a huge investment for someone and we all suspect that they will not lose so a single pound when they re-sell.
The No Time To Die Aston Martin Replica DB5 At Christie's Auction - Image credit Christie's.
The stunt replica Aston Martin DB5, which was badly beaten during filming, was the top selling lot. The gavel banged down when it was just shy of £3 million. You can come and see it in Geckota's car park from next week....if only.