GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A

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GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
GOLDFINGER (1964)  POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A
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GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A

Estimate:

6,000 - 9,000 GBP

GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A

GOLDFINGER (1964) POSTER, BRITISH, STYLE A

Estimate:

6,000 - 9,000 GBP

Lot sold:

20,160

GBP

Description

Goldfinger (1964) poster, British, Style A


Art by Robert Brownjohn (1925-1970)


Unframed: 30 x 40 in. (76 x 102 cm)

Framed: 36 3/4 x 46 1/2 in. (93.3 x 118 cm)


This iconic poster by designer Robert Brownjohn, with the image of Shirley Eaton covered in gold paint, together with Sean Connery and Honor Blackman in the foreground is, undoubtedly, the most recognisable Bond poster.


It is rare to find this piece in such pristine condition.


This was the third time that Sean Connery would play James Bond 007. The film was produced by Eon Productions, and was the first of four Bond films that Guy Hamilton would direct. This 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'.


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Condition report

Linen-backed and conservation framed with UV plexiglass


Obeche wood, card mount and plexiglass


Excellent condition, with the colours remaining very bright. Very minor restoration to folds.


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Literature

The Official 007 Collection James Bond Movie Posters, Boxtree, 2001, p. 32/33 (this publication features posters from Eon Productions' archive) and Film Posters of the 60s, Aurum Press Limited, 1997, p. 110/111