James Bond's Rolex 5513 Submariner on Auction

Here’s your chance to be just like James Bond. Christie’s will be auctioning off a genuine Rolex

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Here’s your chance to be just like James Bond. Christie’s will be auctioning off a genuine Rolex 5513 Submariner, as worn by Roger Moore in 1973’s Live and Let Die. Notable film buffs will be quick to ask if it features the Hyper Intensified Magnetic Field Generator & Buzz Saw Bezel like in the film. Well, you’re going to need between $230,000-$450,000 USD to find out.

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