Sean Connery's Bond, famously, wears a Rolex Submariner. And though the 007s of recent years opted for the equally stylish Omega Seamaster and never looked back, Connery wasn't the only actor to wear a Submariner on screen as 007.
In 1989's License to Kill, starring Timothy Dalton, a two-time James Bond, the famous British spy also wears a Rolex Submariner to devastating effect. And now one of the timepieces from the production is up for grabs courtesy British auction house Fellows.
The particular example was worn by Dalton's stunt double during the car chase scene in Mexico and comes with not only proper paperwork from Rolex but photos of the cast and crew on location and an authenticity certificate straight from EON Productions.
Carrying an estimate of approximately $80,000 – $120,000, bidding is set to open on Oct. 30.