Wednesday, 16 November 2011

James Bond watches purchased at RM612.364 (Dollar US-194.83)

GENEVA, Switzerland - A watch Rolex worn by Roger Moore as James Bond spy agent in the film Live and Let Die priced at 176.917 euros (RM612, 364) in an auction here yesterday.

The watch is equipped with a saw that can make the rotation and is used to cut a rope to rescue Solitaire played by Jane Seymour from becoming victims of that hungry shark in the film.


The magnetic field is extremely active in the hours to be used to help Moore avoid the bullets hit.

However, the magnetic field instead of the intelligence used to lower the zip of a woman at the beginning of the 1973 film release.


The auction also features a watch pink gold made ​​in 1968 by Swiss clock maker, Patek Philippe, which recorded sales price of 21.2 million euros (RM90.8 million).

Moore, who is now 84 years has acted in seven James Bond films beginning in 1973.

The last time he brought the character of intelligence agents who have a license to kill it is through film A View to a Kill in 1985. - Agency


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