An Aston Martin DB10 driven in the latest James Bond movie, Spectre (2015), will lead a charity auction of memorabilia from the film at Christie's.
Aston Martin created the DB10 especially for Spectre.
A total of 10 cars were produced for the film, two of which (including the present lot) were used for promotional purposes only and did not appear onscreen.
It's the first time a DB10 has ever been offered for sale and is the only one to feature a plaque signed by Bond actor Daniel Craig.
It's expected to make �1m-1.5m ($1.4m-2.1m).
The two-door coupe features a powerful V8 engine and sleek bodywork. It was unveiled in 2014.
The production destroyed seven DB10s and a host of other high end sports cars costing an estimated $36m - over a tenth of the film's budget.
A selection of other pieces are also featured, including the Omega Seamaster 300 watch Craig wears during the film.
It's valued at �15,000-20,000 ($21,387-28,516).
David Linley, honorary chairman of Christie's EMERI, comments: "All proceeds of the auction will benefit Medecins Sans Frontieres and other charitable organisations.
"We are proud to continue [the late James Bond producer] Cubby Broccoli's philosophy of giving something back."
The sale will take place in London on February 18.
A Rolex Submariner worn by Roger Moore in Live and Let Die sold for $363,768 at Phillips in 2015.
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