The Aston Martin DB10 and other items from James Bond Spectre – The Auction have gone on display at Christie’s.
The online-only sale opens today (February 16) and will offer 14 lots, with the invite-only live auction taking place on February 18 with 10 lots accessible to all via both internet and telephone bids.
All of the items are viewable in the Public Exhibition at Christie’s, King Street, London until Thursday.
The live auction is led by the Aston Martin DB10 with other lots including James Bond’s Day of the Dead costume worn by Daniel Craig, Oberhauser’s 9 carat gold Spectre ring worn by Christoph Waltz and a Spectre script signed by Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and Director Sam Mendes.
“Following the success of the ’50 Years of James Bond’ charity auction in 2012 which raised a total of £1,641,000 we are delighted to collaborate once again with Christie’s. We are celebrating the 24th film in the franchise with 24 lots from Spectre including an Aston Martin DB10 and unique props, costumes and watches,” say producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.
“We proud that the proceeds this time will be donated to Médecins Sans Frontières, (MSF) and other charitable organisations.”
Spectre is out on Digital HD on February 19 and on Blu-ray and DVD on February 22.