London, South Kensington
17 December 2002
Roger Moore/A View To A Kill, 1985
A blouson jacket of grey suede with zip fastening and slit pockets, the front, back and inside of the sleeves decorated with perforated panels, lined with black 'art' silk -- purchased for Roger Moore as James Bond in the 1985 United Artists/Eon film A View To A Kill; accompanied by a corresponding black and white still (printed later) and a letter concerning the provenance (3)
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PFEIFFER, Lee & LISA, Philip, The Incredible World Of 007, London: Boxtree, 1992, p.p. 120 & 121 (illus.)
An identical jacket was sold through these rooms on 12 December, 2001. It has now been confirmed by the Wardrobe Supervisor on the film that five of these jackets were purchased for the film.
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