08/01/2024     Latest News

Two limited edition James Bond watches are amongst an extensive collection of watch memorabilia to be auctioned in our first sale of the year on Wednesday 10 January.

 Of particular interest to collectors, is an unworn limited edition Omega James Bond Seamaster watch with a price estimate of £5,000 to £7,000.

 Another limited edition timepiece is the Omega Seamaster James Bond Commanders watch which is expected to reach between £3,500 and £4,500.

 These iconic watches are not only striking and stylish to look at but are also high-quality timepieces in their own right and can be used in most action-packed situations on land and underwater, with dive depths of 300 metres.

 As well as other high-value watches, the auction includes a large number of branded point-of-sale display signs and stands, sales literature, and a rare Omega letter confirming the Apollo 15 Moon Mission.

 The Omega Moon letter is in an envelope postmarked July 26 1971 and bears stamps from the USA including two First Man on the Moon 10c stamps. It is addressed to an Omega Agent in England and has a price estimate of £250 to £350.

 Also listed are a large number of historical promotional sales signs and stands sent to stockists by various watch manufacturers including Omega, Breitling, Seiko and Cartier, together with various catalogues and manuals. These are of particular interest to collectors as they were not available to the public.