ByKristin Lai, writer at
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Kristin Lai

Did you know that James Bond's actual Aston Martin from the movie Spectre could have been yours? Well, only if you had a cool $3.5 million at hand. "Spectre — The Auction," which was held at Christie's salesroom on London's King Street, raised almost $4 million for charity by selling items from the latest James Bond movie.

According to BBC, Daniel Craig's Day Of The Dead costume was sold for more than $141,000, and his Omega Seamaster 300 watch went for $132,800. Sam Smith's musical talents also proved to be a big draw, with his sheet music for Writing's On The Wall earning $13,400.

Unsurprisingly, the big-ticket item of the day was James Bond's trademark ride, the Aston Martin DB10, which was signed by Craig. The bidding for the custom luxury car started at $1.4 million, with the winning bid ending at $3.5 million.

At least the funds will go to a good cause. All in the name of charity, right?

Which movie car would you want to own?

(Source: BBC)


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