On the evening of February 18, Christie’s held the 24th special auction of the James Bond film ‘Spectre’ on King Street, London. Only invited guests can participate. The 10 lots offered by EON Productions totaled nearly $ 4 million, and all were donated to charities including Doctors Without Borders (MSF).
The 300-meter Omega Seamaster watch worn by James Bond (Daniel Craig) in ‘Ghost Party’ sold for $ 132,000, exceeding the pre-sale estimate ($ 21,375 to $ 28,500). The auction for Aston Martin DB10 was fierce, and the final transaction price was close to $ 3,500,000.
Omega Seamaster 300m watch worn by Daniel Craig in the film sold for $ 132,000
As a ‘Ghost party’ limited edition, this auctioned Omega Seamaster 300m watch is one of the eight prototype watches worn by Daniel Craig during the filming process. The protagonist took it across the Austrian Alps And the Moroccan desert. Even more surprising is that the Omega prototype is numbered ‘1’, all of which is why it is so sought after. In addition, the Longines Heritage watch worn by M (Ralph Fiennes) in the film performed equally well, with a price close to $ 30,000.
Longines Heritage Watch
As the only Aston Martin DB10 participating in the auction (supposedly 7 Aston Martin DB10 were destroyed during the filming), the intensity of the auction can be imagined. Initial estimates ranged from $ 1,425,000 to $ 2,137,500, but the car ended up being sold for 3,476,466 hammers. For a car that cannot drive on public roads, the transaction price is really impressive. Of course, its curve is better than all reasons, and the DB10 is so cute.
Aston Martin DB10
The ‘Ghost Party’ auction is not over yet. Watch fans or movie fans interested in this can visit Christie’s James Bond’s ‘Ghost Party’ auction page to bid for 14 lots from the film.