14 February 2001,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 3,525
GBP 400 - GBP 600
Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997
A promotional Samsonite attaché briefcase, containing promotional merchandise from various sponsors of the film, including: a miniature bottle of Smirnoff vodka; a can of Heineken beer; two bottles of L'Oréal nail varnish; a Paul's Model Art model of a BMW 7 Series car; a calculator shaped as an Ericsson mobile phone; an Avis key ring; a Wilkinson Sword razor in original packaging; a Visa credit card knife; an Ericsson promotional pack signed and inscribed in silver felt pen on the cover Hello 007, Grow Up, Desmond Llewellyn, Q; an invitation to a party following the world charity première of Tomorrow Never Dies, Tuesday 9th December, 1997, various stills, production notes and related material
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This briefcase was apparently an unofficial souvenir produced by the film's sponsors. Approximately sixty were produced for promotional purposes.
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