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Daniel Craig confirmed to play Bond to 2020

18 Feb

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John Blake Publishing will be publishing its latest film title on 25th February 2016, James Bond: The Secret History, in which Sean Egan explores the stories behind one of Britain’s most recognised and stylish cultural Icons.

https://johnblakebooks.com/james-bond-hb.html

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Artiklar om James Bond Museum och James Bond Gunnar Schäfer från USA och Storbritannien

28 Jan

Artiklar om James Bond Museum och James Bond Gunnar Schäfer från USA och Storbritannien

SVT  http://www.svt.se/kultur/film/han-bot-namn-till-james-bond

New York Post  http://www.007museum.com/new_york_post.htm

BBC4 London  http://www.007museum.com/bbc_007museum.htm

Book UK  http://filmireland.net/2015/11/02/book-review-fan-phenomena-james-bond/#comments

Mental Floss in New York City. article about museums dedicated to movies, so I was wondering if you can give me some information about the 007 Museum in Sweden. http://www.007museum.com/mental_floss.htm

Best Regards

President James Bond

James Bond 007 Museum Emmabodav. 20 S-382 45 Nybro Sweden

Phone: +46-0481-12960 Cell: +46-0734-477007

3 June 2015 100 year celebration of James Bonds Gunnar Schäfer mother Inga Charlotta Schäfer

3 Jun James Bond 007 Museum Sweden Nybro

TODAY 3 June 2015 100 year celebration of James Bonds Gunnar Schäfer mother Inga Charlotta Schäfer
And 65 years since Mom married Dad John Schaefer
CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU, YOU ARE ALWAYS WITH ME…

inga inga_johannes

http://www.007museum.com/inga.htm

instagram james bond museum nybro sweden

4 Nov

 

 

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SKYFALL BOLLINGER Bar. Champagne 007 glass from James Bond 007 museum in Nybro Sweden

17 Sep

Project: SKYFALL-BOLLINGER Bar

In collaboration with kitag kino-theater ag and Weinkellereien Aarau, the exclusive importers of Bollinger, Paterson-Entertainment opened five SKYFALL-BOLLINGER Bars in four German-speaking Swiss cities to coincide with the cinema release of SKYFALL.

Guests coming to watch the new James Bond Film were offered Bond champagne, an exclusive beverage that they could sip in a suitably elegant setting. Paterson-Entertainment developed the concept and was responsible for planning and implementation. The Bars operated successfully for 36 days (in Zurich for 75 days).

Bollinger Skyfall bar

Bollinger Skyfall bar

http://www.007museum.com/Bollinger_shop.htm

Dry Martini  Champagne glass  each $55, Pris 398:-
James Bond 007 Dry Martini glas  007 champagne glas i frostat glasklart med 007 logo      inblästrat i glasen.
Champagne 007 glass from      James Bond 007 museum in Nybro Sweden

 

1976 Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me, Movie, 1977. Sold 9/9 £550 000

10 Sep

1976 Lotus Esprit in The Spy Who Loved Me, Movie, 1977. Sold 9/9 £550 000  http://www.007museum.com/lotus_esprit.htm

A submarine car used in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me has been sold for £550,000.

The Lotus Esprit sold for less than the guide price despite a bidding war between a woman in the auction room and a telephone bidder who took the prized collector’s piece.

The car, said to be fully operational, was used in the underwater scene of the 1977 film starring Roger Moore as 007.

After filming it toured various car shows before being stored in New York.

It was sold at RM Auctions in Battersea, south-west London, for less than the estimated price of between £650,000 and £950,000.

In had previously been auctioned as a blind lot in 1989.

Peter Haynes, from the auction house, said: ”Bearing in mind it is not a car that can be driven on the road, the price just goes to prove the draw that all Bond-related memorabilia has.”

A submarine car used in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me has been sold for £550,000.

A submarine car used in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me has been sold for £550,000.
The Lotus Esprit sold for less than the guide price despite a bidding war between a woman in the auction room and a telephone bidder who took the prized collector’s piece.
The car, said to be fully operational, was used in the underwater scene of the 1977 film starring Roger Moore as 007.
After filming it toured various car shows before being stored in New York.
It was sold at RM Auctions in Battersea, south-west London, for less than the estimated price of between £650,000 and £950,000.
In had previously been auctioned as a blind lot in 1989.
Peter Haynes, from the auction house, said: ”Bearing in mind it is not a car that can be driven on the road, the price just goes to prove the draw that all Bond-related memorabilia has.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-24014822

http://www.007museum.com/lotus_esprit.htm

 

James Bond’s submarine Lotus Esprit car sold at auction

10 Sep

James Bond’s submarine Lotus Esprit car sold at auction from The Spy Who Loved Me 1977

A submarine car used in the James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me has been sold for £550,000.

The Lotus Esprit sold for less than the guide price despite a bidding war between a woman in the auction room and a telephone bidder who took the prized collector’s piece.

The car, said to be fully operational, was used in the underwater scene of the 1977 film starring Roger Moore as 007.

After filming it toured various car shows before being stored in New York.

It was sold at RM Auctions in Battersea, south-west London, for less than the estimated price of between £650,000 and £950,000.

In had previously been auctioned as a blind lot in 1989.

Peter Haynes, from the auction house, said: ”Bearing in mind it is not a car that can be driven on the road, the price just goes to prove the draw that all Bond-related memorabilia has.”

 

Lot 243

007 Lotus Esprit ‘Submarine Car’

To be auctioned on Monday, September 9, 2013

Without Reserve

£650,000 – £950,000

http://www.007museum.com/lotus_esprit.htm

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1976 Lotus Esprit [Type 79] in The Spy Who Loved Me, Movie, 1977

1976 Lotus Esprit [Type 79] in The Spy Who Loved Me, Movie, 1977

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http://www.007museum.com/lotus_esprit.htm