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Asp9mm wrote:
sruzgar wrote:

how's teh quality on teh replicas?

They look spot on to the originals to me, the only thing that is wrong is the bar and stem.

Do you have the real ones?

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I did, but like everything else Brosnan era, I sold them off last year to buy Casino Royale production stuff.  The best cuflinks Brozza wore IMO, were the AD2000 TND ones.  I'm sure Paul has a set of these.  If only they had increased in value like the CR Dupont ones.

..................http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/darkcrown_1969/Asp9mmSIG-1-2.jpg...............

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Hope this helps, but these are the very same shoes from the film..I bgt these at the last christies auction, and they come with a signed coa from PB's PA....

as you see they are brogues....

inside is written...

Diplomat.....

http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0603.jpg
http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0604.jpg
http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0605.jpg

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Asp9mm wrote:

I did, but like everything else Brosnan era, I sold them off last year to buy Casino Royale production stuff.  The best cuflinks Brozza wore IMO, were the AD2000 TND ones.  I'm sure Paul has a set of these.  If only they had increased in value like the CR Dupont ones.


these them there cufflinks Asp9mm?..

http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0601.jpg

Last edited by ke02eww (2nd Apr 2008 00:23)

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Asp9mm wrote:
sruzgar wrote:

how's teh quality on teh replicas?

They look spot on to the originals to me, the only thing that is wrong is the bar and stem.

hope these pics help...

as you can see, the dunhill version is more sturdy and expensive-looking...

also, as ASp9mm says, the stem and back are much more inferior...

actually, not sure you could wear the replica ones on missions where you might be throwing yourself around.... ajb007/lol
http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0598.jpg
http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0599.jpg
http://i63.photobucket.com/albums/h160/pw86/IMGA0600.jpg

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It doesn't look as though they used shoe trees after wearing those. They would have helped maintain the shape a bit better as they 'rested'

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With this we have closed the search.
I thank all those who have contributed.
To conclude: Brosnan in Goldeneye has worn Church's three models: Balmoral, Chetwynd and Diplomat.
I hope that we can achieve the same results with other research that propose.

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These are the cufflinks worn by Brosnan at the beginning of "The world is not enough" (scenes in the bank Bilbao).
Also these Dunhill?
And 'can be photos of oroginali, both front and rear and replicas?

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Giacomo-007 wrote:

To conclude: Brosnan in Goldeneye has worn Church's three models: Balmoral, Chetwynd and Diplomat.

Which colors did he wear in Goldeneye?  He wore black Balmorals, black and brown Chetwynd, and black Diplomats?  Or am I mixed up?

As for the others, I think that he wore brown (or tabacco?) calf Westbury's in TWINE.  Then the black Presley's in TWINE.  What others did he wear?

Last edited by jonny-dh (5th Apr 2008 23:48)

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That's about right, Black Balmorals, Black & Brown Chetwynd, Black Diplomats.

100% Sure on the Presley's from TWINE, but not                                                                                                                                                                                                                       entirely sure on the Westbury's, although, they look very, very similar, judging by the pics of PB in the linen suit on Bond Lifestyle.

MrBig

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Westbury's are just my guess.  They appear to be quite similar, though I have no evidence of they're use in the film.  Glad to have the other shoes verified, though.  Thanks for your help.

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To diverge to the other parallel course of discussion in this thread (cufflinks), I'd be interested in possibly getting Magnoli to make the Bilbao cufflinks.  Is anyone else interested, and would like to help me gather information to make it as accurate as possible?  I imagine most of it will have to come from film stills...

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urhash wrote:

I'd be interested in possibly getting Magnoli to make the Bilbao cufflinks.  Is anyone else interested, and would like to help me gather information to make it as accurate as possible?  I imagine most of it will have to come from film stills...

I would buy a pair.  I don't know if I'd be any help in finding stills, though.

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It's possible so that a large group of fans of James Boind and connoisseurs of everything concerning the character has difficulty obtaining information about cufflinks worn by Brosnan at the beginning of "The world is not enough" (other than those wearing in the rest of the film).
First, we should know if it is made by Dunhill.
Then we will have to look for images on the original model, even whether you can buy it somewhere and know the price.
Moreover, it would be interesting to know if it is possible to have a replica of the model, but not necessarily by Magnoli.
The latter have already sent an e-mail, but got no answer.
I have also contacted the Dunhill, but without luck ...
So, we in this business?

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They are certainly not Dunhill, that's all I know for sure about them.

..................http://i9.photobucket.com/albums/a77/darkcrown_1969/Asp9mmSIG-1-2.jpg...............

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yet another version...

http://cgi.ebay.com/007-Pierce-Brosnan- … dZViewItem

take ur pick...

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I note with regret that research on cufflinks worn by Brosnan in the bank Bilbao, "The worild is not enough" is doomed.
We were unable to discover even those who have made them, since it seems not Dunhill.
Too bad, because with the shoes Goldeneye had done an excellent job.

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We were able to determine which models Church's has worn Brosnan in Goldeneye, thanks to scrennshots.
It is more difficult if we try to figure out which shoes were used in "Tomorrow never dies".
In addition to Balmoral, about not you have more news.
We want to launch this new adventure to find out what models Church's Brosnan had his feet in this film?

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Hi

Regarding shoes used in Goldeneye, you might want to go here http://www.christies.com/LotFinder/lot_ … ID=5026309

Iñaki

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Just as has happened for other objects 007, you may achieve Magnoli also cufflinks.
I think especially to those worn by Brosnan in his four films.

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I see that not even this time may have information on the coats ...
As for the shoes, which associates the models worn in "Tomorrow never dies"?

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Giacomo I don't understand what you want to know about the overcoat from TND.  If you go into a Brioni store, just look for a 100% cashmere Chesterfield overcoat that's in a dark camel color.  There can't be that many of them. ajb007/smile  If they don't have it in the store I'm sure you can have one made bespoke.

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urhash wrote:

If they don't have it in the store I'm sure you can have one made bespoke.

Yeah for like $12,000 ajb007/tongue

Away at Boot Camp, won't be back until April the earliest.

http://s274.photobucket.com/albums/jj258/monza860/

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Indy Magnoli could probably do a pretty good replica for about a tenth of that price...

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I am interested in the cufflinks. How do I see?