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Books, props and models this week. Some fun and goofy items:

http://www.ebay.com/sch/spyevents/m.htm … 7675.l2562

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cr trunks

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/GRIGIO-PERLA- … 460aff64fb

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My size too! Grabbed them. You are funk soul brother number 1!!!

"I'm motivated by my duty"

1.SF  2.CR  3.OHMSS  4.DN  5.YOLT

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Polynikes wrote:

My size too! Grabbed them. You are funk soul brother number 1!!!

lol,, glad they went to an AJB member,,

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..... They closed the thread before I could use the line "the eagle has landed..."

So ill have to post it here ...

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.co.uk/viewit … 0770098356

Inspite of all the "banter" in the collecting thread, it's a very nice model....

And a similar one figured in the la auto show ...

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another pair of CR trunks

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Authentic-Jam … 4abf5a19a8

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levi LVC

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/LEVIS-LVC-193 … 1c2e6fee4f

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ke02eww wrote:

..... They closed the thread before I could use the line "the eagle has landed..."

So ill have to post it here ...

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.co.uk/viewit … 0770098356



Inspite of all the "banter" in the collecting thread, it's a very nice model....

And a similar one figured in the la auto show ...

ajb007/shifty  hehe, I'll ask Minigeff, if he will build and spray an undone Revell Moonraker for me - BEFORE CHRISTMAS!!!

That'll drive him over the edge  ajb007/biggrin

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-------Dalton - the weak and weepy Bond!------

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Bondtoys wrote:
ke02eww wrote:

..... They closed the thread before I could use the line "the eagle has landed..."

So ill have to post it here ...

http://item.mobileweb.ebay.co.uk/viewit … 0770098356



Inspite of all the "banter" in the collecting thread, it's a very nice model....

And a similar one figured in the la auto show ...

ajb007/shifty  hehe, I'll ask Minigeff, if he will build and spray an undone Revell Moonraker for me - BEFORE CHRISTMAS!!!

That'll drive him over the edge  ajb007/biggrin

Yeah sure no probs!

£595 for the model, 3 hours of my time at £30/hr, then I'll stack on £300 cos it's me and you should be honoured I'd do the work for you, plus £20 for a trip to the post office £4/mile (for petrol and running costs), a box will be needed, that's at least £30 (purchase price plus travelling costs to go buy it), then shipping cost of about £30 (I'll keep the change) plus £2.50 for writing this reply (@£30/hr)....

Gives a grand total of £1,067.50

Sound fair to you? If not, you can lodge a complaint with the Hieraaetus morphnoides School of Economics.

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I quite liked the model but thought the panel wear was inconsistant with what would actually happen.

shame he thought to post it on  here though, bet he won't do that again  ajb007/lol

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Voituer wrote:

I quite liked the model but thought the panel wear was inconsistant with what would actually happen.

shame he thought to post it on  here though, bet he won't do that again  ajb007/lol

Which honestly speaking is a shame. I don't want to ever put anyone off using the forum, but all I did was ask a simple question. Seeing as he has the name 'taybor the trader' as his ebay name, I'd assume he wasn't a true collector but a middleman trying to earn a quick buck. I don't hold that against him, in fact hats off to the guy for earning a keep, but I just don't like to see people pay over the odds. I see the BIN option has been removed from his listing, so at least the guys learnt something, or at least I hope he has. I wish him the best of luck with his sale.

Now lets move on cos I think everything that needs to be said has been, plus my cheek hurts from my tongue pushing on it all the time.

MG ajb007/martini

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minigeff wrote:
Voituer wrote:

I quite liked the model but thought the panel wear was inconsistant with what would actually happen.

shame he thought to post it on  here though, bet he won't do that again  ajb007/lol



Now lets move on cos I think everything that needs to be said has been, plus my cheek hurts from my tongue pushing on it all the time.

MG ajb007/martini

Well said Jeff....  ajb007/martini

Though loss of BIN means there is a BID..... ( bond toys????)

And am surprised you manage to miss that big mouth while aiming at the cheek ajb007/smile

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ke02eww wrote:
minigeff wrote:
Voituer wrote:

I quite liked the model but thought the panel wear was inconsistant with what would actually happen.

shame he thought to post it on  here though, bet he won't do that again  ajb007/lol



Now lets move on cos I think everything that needs to be said has been, plus my cheek hurts from my tongue pushing on it all the time.

MG ajb007/martini

Well said Jeff....  ajb007/martini

Though loss of BIN means there is a BID..... ( bond toys????)

And am surprised you manage to miss that big mouth while aiming at the cheek ajb007/smile

ajb007/lol I almost expected someone to say "keep leaning on that tooter Charlie an' you're gonna get a shot in the mouth!!"

Suffice to say, when tongue misses cheek I end up looking like this;

http://fun-gallery.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Monkeys.jpg

Last edited by minigeff (16th Dec 2012 16:01)

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minigeff wrote:

Yeah sure no probs!

£595 for the model, 3 hours of my time at £30/hr, then I'll stack on £300 cos it's me and you should be honoured I'd do the work for you, plus £20 for a trip to the post office £4/mile (for petrol and running costs), a box will be needed, that's at least £30 (purchase price plus travelling costs to go buy it), then shipping cost of about £30 (I'll keep the change) plus £2.50 for writing this reply (@£30/hr)....

Gives a grand total of £1,067.50

Sound fair to you? If not, you can lodge a complaint with the Hieraaetus morphnoides School of Economics.

Bah, I have seen it cheaper on ebay  ajb007/biggrin

President of the 'Misty Eyes Club'.

-------Dalton - the weak and weepy Bond!------

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minigeff wrote:

Now lets move on cos I think everything that needs to be said has been, plus my cheek hurts from my tongue pushing on it all the time.

MG ajb007/martini

Which cheeks are you particularly talking about?  ajb007/shifty

President of the 'Misty Eyes Club'.

-------Dalton - the weak and weepy Bond!------

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Bondtoys wrote:
minigeff wrote:

Now lets move on cos I think everything that needs to be said has been, plus my cheek hurts from my tongue pushing on it all the time.

MG ajb007/martini

Which cheeks are you particularly talking about?  ajb007/shifty

I know you're hoping that I'll say "yours".  ajb007/amazed

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A steal if your 28-30" waist. GBP50 buy it now. OB Setter trunks in Sky.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Orlebar-Brown … SS:GB:1123

Dont wait for your ship to come in.  Swim out and meet the bloody thing.

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Unique photographs from 1972 LALD boat sequences in Louisiana

Introduction

Early next year, I plan to put a unique set of behind-the-scenes LALD photographs up for auction on ebay. This posting is an opportunity for AJB members to see and enjoy these images beforehand. Here’s an example, the rest are at the bottom of this text (combined into montages).

http://i48.tinypic.com/35bxnch.jpg

The auction will be for a set of thirty seven unique and genuine colour 35mm slides, taken on location during the filming of LALD. These slides offer a unique opportunity to own a little bit of James Bond movie history from 40 years ago.

Background:

The slides were all taken on my father’s camera in October 1972 around the Louisiana canals, during the speedboat chase and road crossing sequences. At the time, my father was shooting an advertisement for milk, which was shot behind the scenes of LALD and shows cast and crew members planning and shooting sequences (search for the advertisement on the web). Mr Saltzman was happy for this to occur, since it increased publicity for the movie. This part of LALD  was nearly shot in Mexico instead.

These slides have been in a family drawer for the last 40 years and are 100% genuine and unique. Apart from seeking advice regarding one or two slides (thank you to a couple of AJB members), they have not been previously published or released and none have been sold.

Condition:

The slides are still in the original slide mounts – either cardboard or plastic frames (these are protected by two glass layers). The date “Nov 72” is printed on the cardboard slides. Since all slides have been stored in a covered projector carousel, they have virtually no damage. As with any old film, there is some slight degradation and fading on some of the images (they are 40 years old).

The slides and film have been cleaned with the recommended Archival Cleaner PEC-12. They were then scanned on my Epson 2400 Perfection scanner at very high resolution. Apart from slight image saturation adjustments on one or two, no other software-editing or manipulation has occurred.  To keep to the eBay image limit, I have had to create montages (showing groups of three or four slides each). These uploaded images are deliberately of much lower resolution than the original scans. Each scan is numbered and has my watermarked User ID as protection. The slides are mounted in Herma A4 sized wallets, 4 x 5 layout per wallet.

Ownership:

I would prefer these slides to go to a collector of James Bond memorabilia, so that they can be looked after and appreciated, as I have done so. I decided against selling them individually.

However, whoever buys them, will not only own the physical slides, but can (if they wish) make prints of them and do with them as they wish. I therefore hope that the potential value of these slides can be understood.  I simply do not have the time to sell or make individual prints of these.
 
Description:

My father (now 82) recently provided me with interesting background information on the shots. The initial images show Roger Moore and the cinematographer Arthur Lavis planning a Glastron boat sequence.  In slide 2, ‘Billy Bob’s’ black fast boat is visible. The next slides all show Roger Moore behind the wheel. There was a massive cat fish skeleton in slide 12 (out of shot), which my father said spooked him a bit. Slides 13 to 17 show some cast and the crew getting ready for the boat crossing and police car pile up. Lots going on these shots – Guy Hamilton (hand on hip) is directing and Mr Saltzman is in the foreground by the radio. The next slides show the boat crossing, police cars crashing and aftermath. Note a member of Joie Chitwood’s stunt crew with a fire extinguisher and the nurse at the back (dark mac) – Health and Safety! Slide 27 is cool, it shows the stunt drivers taking off their skin-coloured helmets! More shots of the crew and Director in slides 33 and 34, followed by Roger Moore about to enjoy a glass of milk. My father said he was really easy and co-operative to work with. The last image proves these slides are authentic – please note the development date ‘Nov 72’ top right.

It has taken me considerable time to clean, scan and create this listing. I’d be really interested to get any comments or questions from AJB members. You can always send me a PM. I can forward any questions to my father if required.

I hope you enjoy the photos and look out for the ebay auction early next year if you are interested. Here are the montages …..

http://i49.tinypic.com/2irp0t2.jpg

http://i45.tinypic.com/15rjrlg.jpg

http://i47.tinypic.com/rclc7o.jpg

http://i49.tinypic.com/2mzgnll.jpg

http://i46.tinypic.com/2dj3ubt.jpg

http://i48.tinypic.com/344v6dw.jpg

http://i50.tinypic.com/25sv953.jpg

http://i48.tinypic.com/vzj6ac.jpg

http://i46.tinypic.com/35hkaog.jpg

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These are fun, thanks for posting. The topography changes with the weather as you know so even the riverfront is different today...

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James Bond 007 GOLDEN GUN Prop Replica by S.D. Studios

http://www.ebay.it/itm/290831315037?ssP … 1438.l2649
US $960,00 - EUR 723,98

ajb007/smile

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internationalii wrote:

James Bond 007 GOLDEN GUN Prop Replica by S.D. Studios

http://www.ebay.it/itm/290831315037?ssP … 1438.l2649
US $960,00 - EUR 723,98

ajb007/smile

Seller in New York, but ad on Italian ebay?  ajb007/insane

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minigeff wrote:
internationalii wrote:

James Bond 007 GOLDEN GUN Prop Replica by S.D. Studios

http://www.ebay.it/itm/290831315037?ssP … 1438.l2649
US $960,00 - EUR 723,98

ajb007/smile

Seller in New York, but ad on Italian ebay?  ajb007/insane

No,you can see its here :

http://www.ebay.com/itm/290831315037?ru … 26_rdc%3D1

Here:

http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vie … 26_rdc%3D1

Here :

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/290831315037? … 26_rdc%3D1

and in other Country.YOUR CHOICE !!!! ajb007/rolleyes

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Alright, calm down, I only asked a question.

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minigeff wrote:

Alright, calm down, I only asked a question.


hahaha...

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minigeff wrote:
internationalii wrote:

James Bond 007 GOLDEN GUN Prop Replica by S.D. Studios

http://www.ebay.it/itm/290831315037?ssP … 1438.l2649
US $960,00 - EUR 723,98

ajb007/smile

Seller in New York, but ad on Italian ebay?  ajb007/insane

Having owned over 20 of these guns over the years I have never seen the edition number as high as this. The plaque has 1007 which I guess must have been a special request as its a first edition gun and that edition wnet to something like 250 pieces before significant changes took place