24 lots from the 24th Bond movie are being sold this week online and at an auction at the Royal Albert Hall, London
Includes skeleton coat and mask from the opening scene the most expensive ever expected to raise up to £20,000
Clapperboard used by director Sam Mendes, gold Spectre ring and Omega watch also on sale in charity auction
Donors include Sam Mendes, Daniel Craig, theme song writer Sam Smith and other actors from recent Bond movies

Bond’s iconic Aston Martin is among the items from record-breaking film Spectre to go on sale at a charity auction expected to raise millions.

The DB10 used by Daniel Craig in the latest movie, which was the most expensive ever made, is expected to raise £1.5million when it goes under the hammer in London next week.

Also on sale will be his Omega Seamaster 300 watch, the gadget which delivers the unexpected blast which saves him from death in a tense scene involving some advancing drills and the superspy’s nemesis Blofeld.
screenshot_19849screenshot_19850screenshot_19851screenshot_19852The watch is expected to raise around £20,000 in the London auction, which includes 24 lots to celebrate Spectre which is the 24th Bond film.

Also on offer is the laptop used by actor Ben Whishshaw as Q, to hide Bond’s movements from M,played by Ralph Fiennes,as Bond goes rogue to try and foil the efforts of the all-seeing villain C played by Andrew Scott.

The laptop will be in the online sales, which will take place alongside the invitation-only Christie’s auction at the Royal Albert Hall on February 18.

Other highlights include the stylish Tom Ford Snowdon sunglasses worn by Mr Bond in the explosive opening scene of the movie, expected to raise up to £6,000.

The eye-catching skeleton emblazoned costume wore by Bond in the opening scene of the movie the most expensive scene in Hollywood history could raise £15,000-£20,000 according to estimates.

A Spectre clapperboard signed by Daniel Craig is valued at £2,000 – £3,000, and photographs of the cast by Rankin are valued at £6,000 – £8,000

Bidders will get a chance to buy the nine-carat gold ring carrying the logo of the evil organisation Spectre, led by Blofeld.

There is more from Tom Ford, with the cufflinks he wore in the movie, signed by Daniel Craig, expected to raise up to £5,000.

All proceeds will benefit Médecins sans Frontières (MSF), other charitable organisations, and the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS).

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 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.’

The online-only sale is to feature 14 of the 24 lots available, with bidding open from Tuesday 16 to Tuesday 23 February.

The remaining 10 lots will be presented in a live auction, held at Christie’s London on 18 February. Although the live auction is invitation-only, internet and telephone bids will be open to anyone who wishes to take part in the sale.