Half a century after his initial portrayal of James Bond in “Live and Let Die” and six years following his passing, Bonhams auctioned a collection of memorabilia and personal items that belonged to Sir Roger Moore.

The standout moment of the auction was the sale of a collection of 20 Swatch 007 replica watches, presented in a case. Surpassing expectations, the lot achieved a staggering £76,000 ($93,000), well beyond its pre-sale estimate of £10,000 to £20,000. These Swatch replica watches, crafted to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the first James Bond film, marked a notable highlight in the auction.

A triple calendar chronograph steel aaa quality replica Omega Speedmaster MK40 (ref. 38205300) from approximately 1995 fetched £61,400 ($74,500) at auction, surpassing its estimate by tenfold. Omega fake watches with Swiss movement have adorned James Bond in films since 1995, showcasing the brand’s enduring partnership with the iconic franchise.

Another noteworthy piece, a special edition 50 Years of 007 Seamaster high quality fake Omega UK, secured £57,550 ($70,000) at the Bonhams auction. The overall auction proceeds exceeded £1.1 million ($1.34 million), with a portion earmarked for donation to UNESCO.

Geoffrey Moore, son of Sir Roger Moore, expressed gratitude on behalf of the Moore family following the auction. “We always knew our father was popular, but never fathomed just how much he was loved. We are overwhelmed by the incredible success of the sale which surpassed all our expectations, and we are thrilled to share his legacy with his adored fans. We want to thank Bonhams for their tireless work. They have poured love, care, and passion into this sale. We are truly grateful to everyone who took part,” he remarked.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *