GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN
GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN
GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN
GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN
GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN
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GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

Lot Sold:625GBP

Lot Details

Description

GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, MEXICAN


Unframed: 33 x 43 cm (13 x 17 in.)

Framed: 42.5 x 53.5 cm (16¾x 21 in.)


This was the third time that Sean Connery would play James Bond 007, and the first of four Bond films that Guy Hamilton would direct. It is a hugely popular film in the Bond series, with the unforgettable line 'Do you expect me to talk?' 'No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die'. Although James Bond's Aston Martin DB5 features prominently in many of the films, it only appears on very few posters, this being one of them.



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Condition Report

Paper-backed and conservation framed with UV plexiglass. Excellent condition with the colours remaining very bright. Minor restoration to some pinholes in the corners.


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