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James Bond Rolex could sell for £90,000 at Fellows auction

The timepiece will be on view in Fellows’ London and Birmingham offices leading up to the auction

A Rolex Submariner worn by 007 during the British spy thriller, Licence to Kill, could fetch at least £90,000 at an upcoming Fellows watch sale in Birmingham on 30 October.

The timepiece, worn by Timothy Dalton’s stunt double, featured during a car chase where 007 is driving a tanker truck in Mexico.

Laura Bishop, watch manager at Fellows Auctioneers, said: “This is one of the rarest and most fascinating watches we have ever had up for auction at Fellows. It’s amazing to think this watch was on screen in a James Bond movie.

“The more I read about the provenance of the watch, and how it featured in such a classic Bond scene, the more excited I get about selling it.”

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