Sean Connery as James Bond, Signed Display
Sean Connery as James Bond, designated Agent 007 in the British Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), was the creation of British novelist Ian Fleming, who introduced the character in his 1953 thriller Casino Royale. In 1962 Dr. No was released, its first adaptation of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels. A film about a suave, sophisticated, deadly, and witty secret agent uncovering a mad scientist's plot in the Caribbean, was a massive hit, and launched one of the longest-running and most successful media franchises of all time.
More than five decades later, James Bond is still going strong. Six different actors have played the legendary Agent 007 over the course of two dozen films in the series. James Bond is a survivor. We are offering you the chance to own a stunning piece of not only pop culture but a piece of cinematic history. Signed by 007 legend, Sean Connery, depicting his 7 film appearance as Bond, James Bond in Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds are Forever, and Never Say Never Again.
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Frame size: 83cms (H) x 68cms (W)
Frame colour: Black
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