The auction on June 28 in Knightsbridge includes a release script for Diamonds Are Forever (1971) – the sixth and final Eon film to star Sean Connery as Bond. It has an estimate of £1000-1200.
The remaining lots are from films starring Roger Moore, who played the character between 1973 and 1985. Moore, who died in May aged 89, was the longest serving Bond.
Bonhams offers a first draft screenplay for Live And Let Die, (Eon Productions 1972) which was Moore’s first Bond film. It has an estimate of £1000-1500.
Also offered is a set of storyboards for a View to a Kill (1985) estimated at £800-1000 which is the 14th Bond film, and the seventh and last to star Moore.
Bonhams’ auction also includes a green suede fringed jacket by Ossie Clark, made for the late former Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones, estimated at £15,000-20,000 and a six-page letter from Beatle George Harrison to Astrid Kirchherr, dated August 1963, which is estimated at £15,000-20,000.