James Bond Spectre – The Auction, is to feature an Aston Martin DB10 one of only 10 built exclusively for James Bond is to be a apart of a charity auction on Thursday 18th February at Christies Auction House Kings Street London with proceeds going to Médecins sans Frontières (MSF), other charitable organisations, and the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).
The prestigious James Bond Spectre auction will feature items of memorabilia from the film. With the DB10 being the main event the only DB10 being made available for private sale making it a momentous and historic occasion for the auto motive and Aston Martin history. The car is expected to reach over 1 million pounds.
View the video of the DB10 built for bond below.
The lots include Cuff links worn by Daniel Craig in the opening Scene of Spectre with the JB initials, memorabilia from the bond film such as a signed plaque by Daniel Craig you will even find Q’s laptop among the lots from EON productions.
The auction will be private however will be open to all via telephone and internet bids on the day. Honary Chairman of Cristies quotes the following on the sale. “Commenting on the sale, David Linley, Honorary Chairman, Christie’s EMERI, said: ‘As a life-long James Bond fan it gives me great pleasure for Christie’s to be part of this James Bond Spectre charity auction, celebrating the 24th film in the franchise. All proceeds of the auction will benefit Médecins Sans Frontières and other charitable organisations. We are proud to continue Cubby Broccoli’s philosophy of giving something back.’”
This is a moment of history for Aston Martin and Bond fans alike. The unique lots will mark the launch of the Spectre DVD which will also go on sale in February.