Auctions | July 18, 2023

Roger Moore's James Bond Movie Posters to Auction


Moonraker movie poster

Sir Roger Moore (1927-2017) was a popular incarnation of James Bond on the big screen, playing the spy created by Ian Fleming in seven films including Live and Let Die (1973), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), For Your Eyes Only (1981), Octopussy (1983), and A View to a Kill (1985). 

On October 4, Bonhams will offer lots from his personal collection in a dedicated sale in London on the 50th anniversary year of his first appearance as 007. Among the items are various movie posters from his Bond outings including:

* A View To A Kill, 1985, EON Productions, international one sheet, 68.75cm x 101.5cm (27in x 40in) (estimate £500 - £700)

* Moonraker, 1979, EON Productions, British Quad, 76cm x 104cm (30in x 40in) (estimate £800 - £1,200)

* The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977, EON Productions, Australian Daybill, signed in black ink "All the best, Roger Moore", 33.5cm x 75.5cm (13 1/4in x 29 3/4in) (estimate £500 - £700)


A View to a Kill movie poster

A View to a Kill movie poster

The Spy Who Loved Me movie poster

The Spy Who Loved Me movie poster

The 180-lot sale of his personal collection is being offered directly by Sir Roger Moore's family, and will also include important Bond memorabilia, collectables and personal ephemera. Highlights include:

  • three Screen Actors Guild membership cards and two Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences membership cards (estimate: £2,000-3,000)
  • a  large collection of photographs and film stills of Sir Roger Moore playing James Bond, as well as James Bond film programmes
  • Moore's James Bond mohair double-breasted dinner suit worn for the Eiffel Tower scene (estimate £20,000 - 30,000) and white ski suit (estimate £15,000 - 25,000), both from A View to a Kill
  • A pair of Sir Roger Moore's Lamborghini skis (estimate: £500 - 1,000)

Harvey Cammell, Bonhams Global Director, Valuations & Private Collections, commented: "Sir Roger Moore was a true icon of the silver screen, best known for bringing his natural charm and panache to the role of 007."

Alongside work as an actor, Sir Roger Moore was also a passionate UNICEF ambassador. The family will be making a donation to UNICEF following the sale.