The Walther PPK pistol used onscreen by Timothy Dalton in 1989 Bond film Licence to Kill will be a major highlight of the Icons and Idols sale at Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills on November 9. It carries an estimate of $15,000-30,000.
The PPK is one of the most iconic pistols in movie history, featuring in 23 Bond films - and has recently been reintroduced as the weapon of choice for Daniel Craig in his tenure as the famous spy.
We have this signed photograph of Daniel Craig available.
The gun was rented from US armourer Stembridge Gun Rentals, and the lot features the rental agreements in the original envelope, along with cancelled postage.
As the weapon was never deactivated, due to much of the film being shot in the US, it is live fire-capable and must be registered upon purchase.
Earlier this year a Walther air gun used by Sean Connery in publicity shots for four films, including From Russia with Love, sold for $300,000 in California.
The auction will feature a number of other guns used in historic roles, notably Al Pacino's colt pistol from Michael Mann's critically acclaimed thriller Heat.
The weapon is used in the film's heart pounding final act, when Pacino's Lt Vincent Hanna guns down De Niro's Neil McCauley. It carries an estimate of $3,000-6,000.
A Glock 17 used by Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in the Bourne Ultimatum brings an identical valuation to the auction, and is offered along with a mobile phone used in the Bourne Identity.
A shotgun used by Juliette Lewis in Oliver Stone's cult film Natural Born Killers is expected to make $2,500-5,000. It features prominently in both the movie and in publicity photos.
The auction will also feature a set of medical notes pertaining to Marilyn Monroe.
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