LICENCE TO KILL (1989)
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Sold by EON Productions Limited, who will donate their entire proceeds from this lot, if sold, to the National Youth Theatre, please see further information below
LICENCE TO KILL (1989)

A BLACK SINGLE-BREASTED TWO-PIECE DINNER SUIT, WORN BY TIMOTHY DALTON AS JAMES BOND IN LICENCE TO KILL, THE JACKET SIGNED BY TIMOTHY DALTON

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LICENCE TO KILL (1989)
A BLACK SINGLE-BREASTED TWO-PIECE DINNER SUIT, WORN BY TIMOTHY DALTON AS JAMES BOND IN LICENCE TO KILL, THE JACKET SIGNED BY TIMOTHY DALTON
Comprising wool jacket and trousers, white braces, a black cummerbund, a white dress shirt labelled "Stefano Ricci for Battaglia BEVERLEY HILLS" and a black bow tie, the jacket signed by Timothy Dalton to the lining, the trousers with ink written label to waistband "Timothy Dalton W.33 3/4 - L.33 1/2"; together with a set of forty Casino de Isthmus chips and two matching cocktail stirrers and coasters
Chips: 1 1/2 in. (3.8 cm.)

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Costume designer Jodie Tillen acquired Timothy Dalton’s James Bond tuxedo from Battaglia. Once the longest standing boutique on Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills, Battaglia counted Hollywood’s best dressed actors as clients, including Gary Cooper and Fred Astaire. The original suit by exclusive Florentine menswear label Stefano Ricci was the model for four others made for the film. This wool tuxedo includes trousers labelled on the waistband "Timothy Dalton W 33 3/4 - L33 1/2’" written in pen, white braces, a black cummerbund, a white dress shirt labelled "Stefano Ricci for Battaglia BEVERLEY HILLS" and a black bow tie. Bond wears this costume when he goes to the Isthmus City Casino.

The fictional Isthmus City is the power base for villain, Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi) and his international drug cartel. His girlfriend, Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto) is a croupier at his casino where James Bond (Timothy Dalton) and CIA Agent Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell) come to visit undercover. The same poker chips were re-used in GoldenEye at the Monte Carlo casino in Monaco still bearing the Isthmus City Casino logo.

The seller of this lot has agreed to donate their entire proceeds of the sale of this lot, if sold, to the National Youth Theatre, a registered UK charity. The National Youth Theatre is registered in England and Wales with registered charity number 306075. In addition, Christie’s will donate our entire buyer’s premium, less any costs incurred in selling the lot, please see further detailed information at the back of this catalogue.

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