London, South Kensington
12 December 2001
Casino Royale, 1969
A prop Sterling sub machine gun, with khaki green canvas strap -- made for the 1969 Columbia film Casino Royale; accompanied by a photocopy of a letter concerning the provenance (2)
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This machine gun is similar to the ones used by David Niven as Sir James Bond and by Dr. Noah's female agents when they capture Bond.
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Photograph courtesy of B.F.I. Stills, Posters And Designs.
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