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George Lazenby "James Bond" Rolex watch from On Her majestys secret service

The screen-used pre-Daytona Chronograph Rolex (reference 6238), case number 1206613, worn by George Lazenby in his only role as the iconic British secret agent, James Bond. The watch was used as a rare working prop with full-screen close up and stopwatch function featured in scenes filmed on his escape from Blofeld”s mountain lair in Switzerland. Round dial measures approx. 1 ½ in. in diameter; stainless steel construction, silver dial, luminous minute and hour hands are black, while second hand is red. Fully functioning, and features push-down buttons, Oyster Twinlock 600 series winding crown, smooth metal bezel, domed Plexiglas crystal, monochromatic dial and registers. Purchased for and worn by George Lazenby as James Bond in On Her Majesty”s Secret Service and comes with original Bucherer of Switzerland box, as well as copy of original 1968 Bucherer invoice billed to EON Productions. Shows negligible distress. Screen-used Bond watches have sold for tremendous prices in the past, including a modified Rolex Submariner from Live and Let Die sold by Christie”s in 2011 for $243,959 and an Omega Seamaster from the recently released Skyfall sold at Christie”s in October 2012 for an astounding $254,273. Provenance: Christie”s South Kensington sale 9771 in 2003. Estimated Price: $100,000 – $150,000

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