Licence to bill… Magazine’s Bond film pictures up for auction | Films | Entertainment
They are part of a collection of prints from the 007 Magazine archive that are up for sale… they provide many scenes for fans of the films to enjoy.
As many negatives are considered to be lost, those involved with Bonds will have a unique opportunity to own a piece of iconic spy film history.
All images are from the original camera negatives and were taken during the production of each Bond film.
They have been curated over the years by Graham Rye, the magazine’s publisher. He now plans to sell them in an auction that will run from now until October 7.
Graham, who is based in Kent, said: “The majority of my eclectic archive in the pages of my flagship publication 007 Magazine has carried out my mission for over four decades, providing information and entertainment to thousands of 007 readers on around the world.
“This first online auction, and others to follow, will enable serious James Bond connoisseurs around the world to add rare, unique, historic and valuable items to their collections.”
The items and their estimates can be viewed at 007magazine.co.uk/silent_auction1.htm
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