As CBn reported two days ago, several die-cast model James Bond vehicles were set to be auctioned off as part of Corgi’s ‘Number Ones’–the first item off the production line–sale at Bonhams which took place on 3 October in Solihull, West Midlands.
According to a press release after the event, a prototype model of the Goldfinger‘s Aston Martin DB5 sold for an impressive £1,050 (roughly $2,100), making it the highest selling 007 item at the sale.
Other notable Bond die-cast models included the Production Line Number Seven James Bond Casino Briefcase, which fetched £900 ($1,800) and an Aston Martin DBS from Casino Royale, which sold for £680 ($1,360).
Click here to visit the official Bonhams website for a listing of all the featured James Bond models at the auction.
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