NO TIME TO DIE (2021)
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Sold by Omega SA, who will donate their entire proceeds from this lot, if sold, to Orbis International, please see further information below
NO TIME TO DIE (2021)

OMEGA, A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC ANTIMAGNETIC WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS AND STAINLESS STEEL BRACELET, WORN BY DANIEL CRAIG AS JAMES BOND IN NO TIME TO DIE

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NO TIME TO DIE (2021)
OMEGA, A STAINLESS STEEL AUTOMATIC ANTIMAGNETIC WRISTWATCH WITH DATE, SWEEP CENTRE SECONDS AND STAINLESS STEEL BRACELET, WORN BY DANIEL CRAIG AS JAMES BOND IN NO TIME TO DIE
Signed OMEGA, Seamaster, Aqua Terra, 15,000 Gauss, Anti-Magnetic, Master Co-Axial Chronometer 150m/500ft, circa 2015
Movement: cal. 8500, automatic, signed
Dial: vertically striped metallic blue with luminous dart indexes and large outer minute/seconds numerals, luminous hands, signed
Case: screw down display back, signed; together with a custom watch box and certificate signed by Michael G Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, Daniel Craig and Raynald Aeschlimann

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Lot Essay


This OMEGA Aqua Terra 150m worn by Daniel Craig in the opening sequence set of No Time To Die (2021) in Matera, Italy, is a striking watch with a blue dial that recalls OMEGA's rich maritime heritage and James Bond's naval background.

OMEGA watches have been worn on the wrist of James Bond since 1995.

Lindy Hemming, the Oscar-winning costume designer, was responsible for casting 007’s watch in GoldenEye. She said, "I was convinced that Commander Bond, a naval man, a diver and a discreet gentleman of the world would wear the Seamaster with the blue dial."

The seller of this lot has agreed to donate their entire proceeds of the sale of this lot, if sold, to Project Orbis International, Inc, a registered New York charity with Department of State number 257683. 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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