Prototype one of eight Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatches, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond in Spectre.
Black dial, luminous broad arrow hour markers and Arabic 3, 6, 9 numerals, luminous hands and “lollipop” sweep centre seconds, circular stainless steel case with transparent back, bi-directional rotating black ceramic bezel calibrated for 12 hours, self-winding caliber 8400, 38 jewels.
Dial case and movement signed Omega, movement no. 87233956, case back engraved Liquid Metal Technologies, Seamaster 300, Anti-Magnetic, 15,000 Gauss, 300m/1000ft, Si14, lugs engraved Proto. No 1, Not For Sale, no. 87233956, stainless steel. Black and grey striped ‘NATO’ strap with Omega stainless steel strap holders. 41mm. diam. In presentation box
Estimate: £15,000-20,000. The proceeds of this lot will be donated to United Nations Mine Action Service.
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Longines ‘Conquest Heritage’, 18-carat rose gold automatic wristwatch, worn by Ralph Fiennes as M
With a diameter of 35 mm, this model in 18-carat rose gold displays a sunray silver dial with pink applied indices, “dolphine” hands with superluminova and date aperture at 12 o’clock
Fitted with a self-winding mechanical calibre L633, it indicates the hours, the minutes and the seconds. The caseback is decorated with a gold and enamel medallion representing a constellation.
In presentation box
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A Swiss high-tech ceramic Rado D-Star automatic chronograph wristwatch, worn by Dave Bautista as Hinx
In presentation box
IMAGE: CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2016 Lot 21
Omega Seamaster 300 limited edition watch with personalized engraved message
Donated by Jesper Christensen
The proceeds of this lot will be donated to the Danish Refugee Council.
IMAGE: CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2016
These are the watches up for grabs at Christie’s in London tonight as part of a special James Bond auction benefiting a number of charities, including Médecins Sans Frontières.
Christie’s will host a live, invitation-only auction at its London saleroom in King Street this evening for 10 special lots donated by EON Productions from the set of 24th James Bond film Spectre, including the Aston Martin DB10 which is expected to realise between £1,000,000 and £1,500,000.
A further 14 lots from EON Productions are available through an online auction which runs until Tuesday 23 February.
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