James Bond 007 | Aston Martin DB5 | 1990 | Gift Box 1:43 size

An Anniversary Edition Corgi Aston Martin DB5 model car, complete with working ‘Q branch’ accessories, including ejector seat, front-mounted machine guns, and rear bullet-proof screen. This model is presented in a fitted foam base, along with a James Bond tie/money clip, James Bond Anniversary casino chips and ‘007’ Goldfinger counter pin-badge.

£199.95 (Approx. $267.10 / €223.62)

Sold By: The Signature Store

Description

Handmade 007 livery wooden box measuring 9 x 6 inches

Anniversary Edition, Corgi Aston Martin DB5 model car with working ‘Q branch’ accessories, including ejector seat, front-mounted machine guns, and rear bullet-proof screen. This model is presented in a fitted foam base, along with a James Bond tie/money clip, James Bond Anniversary casino chips and ‘007’ Goldfinger counter pin-badge.

Also included in a ‘secret compartment’ are several collector cards and a special secret revealed only when opened!

Fantastic gift set, beautifully boxed, numbered limited edition. Limited stocks.


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