Hi there just a quick introduction, my name is Daniel and I work for The Propstore Of London. I thought some of you Bond fans maybe interested in the following press release.
The Propstore of London is proud to announce the sale of a weapons
archive of screen icon James Bond. Working in association with the
armourers that have been providing the guns to EON productions for over
40 years Propstore is delighted to be able to offer the guns and weapons
used by James Bond, attractive “Bond girls”, the evil villains and
expendable henchmen on screen in over 20 Bond movies.
This incredible archive includes a complete history of Bond’s guns from
Sean Connery’s Walther PP used in Dr. No through to the modern Walther
P99 used in Die Another Day by Pierce Brosnan. Other highlights include
Roger Moore’s Walther P5 from Octopussy, Timothy Dalton’s WA2000 sniper
rifle from The Living Daylights, Tanaka’s Gyro Jet gun from You Only
Live Twice, Nick Nack’s Derringer from The Man with the Golden Gun and
the huge “Tankbuster” gun from Die Another Day. These weapons have now
been decommissioned to UK legal requirements after being part of
England’s most extensive movie armoury.
The Prop Store of London has become recognised as one of the worlds
leading vendors of this form of memorabilia. Movie props and costumes
are now becoming recognised as their own form of art 'Prop Art',
recognition for the highly talented and unnamed artisans who work within
the film industry.
The Prop Store of London comprises of a dedicated team striving to
locate, research and present to collectors around the world these highly
sought after collectibles, with over 2500 items on their website
propstore.com with rare props and costumes being added on a daily basis.
Other rare Bond memorabilia will also be offered in the sale including
previously unpublished photos of Ursula Andress from Dr No, a variety of
hand props and crew items.
These amazing pieces of history will be auctioned off at Christies in
London on December 5th 2006. This sale offers Bond collectors and movie
fans an unprecedented opportunity to acquire a piece of cinematic history
For additional information regarding the sale or specific items in the
sale please contact Stephen Lane on (+ 44) 01494 766485 or via email: [email protected]
Images available upon request.
In no way is this ment to be spam or classed as advertising. I just thought this would be of interest to you. If this is in what you would class as the wrong section please move