VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 2…
A plastic prop windscreen, produced to act as a bulletproof shield that rose from James Bond's Aston Martin DB5's boot to deflect the enemy's fire in the 1964 United Artists film Goldfinger; accompanied by a letter concerning the provenance (2)
WORRALL Dave The Most Famous Car In The World... CHRISTCHURCH: Solo Publishing, 1993
VAT rate of 5% is payable on hammer price and at 20% on the buyer's premium.
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Please note that this lot is made of metal and not plastic as stated in the catalogue.
According to the letter the property was acquired by the owner when he purhchased one of the actual Aston Martin DB5 cars (DP/216/1) used in the film, at auction in 1986.