Corgi 2025

Original Poster (paper) for James Bond 007 Film 'Diamonds Are Forever'. With gummed strips. From 1972. Actual unique example pictured in The Great Book of Corgi. Near mint (wear to top section). From The Old School Collection. Bids are invited - please see the relevant section on our Faq Page. QDT starting bid £250. Please note that QDT apply 10% buyer's commission, with a ceiling of £100.


Price: £825.00

This item is no longer for sale, price for reference only.


Possibly unique version of this colourful promotional James Bond Poster for the film ‘Diamonds Are Forever’ from 1972. 

This is the actual example from The Great Book of Corgi, page 283 and the property of Marcel Van Cleemput, Chief designer for Corgi. 
This poster uniquely has printed prices for the Moon Buggy & Mustang.
Print at the lower half of the poster is quite different to the usual version, too.
Usual version has the wording:
“Enjoy the adventures of James Bond with these new 007 models
From the film 007 models”

Two of the vehicles from the film are pictured – Corgi 811 Moon Buggy and Corgi 391 Ford Mustang.
Slightly darkened strip top and bottom since this is a display piece for a window. Light creasing /wear to top gummed strip section.
Approx. measurement 30.5 cms x 18cms.

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