18 February 2016
Prototype one of eight Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatches, worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond
Black dial, luminous broad arrow hour markers and Arabic 3, 6, 9 numerals, luminous hands and “lollipop” sweep centre seconds, circular stainless steel case with transparent back, bi-directional rotating black ceramic bezel calibrated for 12 hours, self-winding caliber 8400, 38 jewels.
Dial case and movement signed Omega, movement no. 87233956, case back engraved Liquid Metal Technologies, Seamaster 300, Anti-Magnetic, 15,000 Gauss, 300m/1000ft, Si14, lugs engraved Proto. No 1, Not For Sale, no. 87233956, stainless steel. Black and grey striped ‘NATO’ strap with Omega stainless steel strap holders. 41mm. diam. In presentation box
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The only gadget given to Bond by Q in Spectre which helps save Bond in the Moroccan lair scene.
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The proceeds of this lot will be donated to UNMAS.
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