The James Bond on the Silver Screen Collection is the largest of its type ever put up for sale. This assortment of 119 items, including costume designs, manuscripts, screenplays, storyboards, production notes, and more, is guaranteed to attract the eyes, ears, and wallets of 007 fans.
Some of the most sought-after items in the collection are the first draft screenplay for Dr. No from 1962 and the script for Warhead, a Bond film that was written but never produced. Storyboard sheets describing the iconic Montenegro car chase scene from Casino Royale, a framed set design from the unfinished film Warhead, and loads of material about the creation of Thunderball are additional highlights attracting potential customers.
The collection includes many documents in their original wrappers, some spiral bound and others held together by staples and other fastenings. The trends and technologies of the times are evident in the bindings. Items range from the 1962 Dr. No screenplay to the final script of Spectre from 2014.
This massive collection of James Bond memorabilia is listed for sale on the Peter Harrington London website for £375,000.00, or about $450,000. Collectors also expect it to be at the California International Antiquarian Book Fair in Pasadena, beginning on February 10, 2023.
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