Rolex Live and Let Die Submariner


MODEL Live and Let Die Submariner
REF NO. 5513
YEAR 1972
MOVEMENT Automatic
CASE Steel
BRACELET Original riveted Oyster
DIAL Black


Made especially for Roger Moore as James Bond in the 1973 film ''Live and Let Die'' accompanied by the original production signed and mounted drawing by Syd Cain, the famous chief gadget designer, or real Q, for the majority of the Bond Films! Also included are two original black and white stills showing the watch worn in the film. With its specially adapted ''Buzz Saw'' bezel (which as a working prop spins while rising rise up by way of compressed air) it came to the aid of 007 in the scene where he escapes Kananga's shark infested lair by cutting himself and Solitare (Jane Seymour) free. If you're into your ''James Bond Submariners''? This is the real deal. In addition to all the highly collectible previously mentioned items it also comes with a copy of the auction catalogue back in 2001 (when Watch Guru originally bought the watch) and all the prop parts including its specially addapted fins cast from brass to restore it back to its original state should its new owner find himself in shark infested waters! The case back was also kindly signed by Roger Moore himself at a luncheon date 10 years ago in exchange for a healthy donation to Unicef of which he is a long standing ambassador.