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at the beginning of the film "No time to die" 007 is chasing a chase in an Aston Martin DB5. It has now been auctioned for a millions - in addition to many other objects from 60 years of Bond.

  James Bond 007: Aston Martin DB5 aus »Keine Zeit zu sterben« für 3,26 Millionen Euro versteigert © Neil Hall/ EPA

An Aston Martin DB5 from the latest James Bond film "No time to die" was auctioned for the equivalent of around 3.26 million euros (£ 2.92 million). The iconic car was used in a scene at the beginning of the action thriller. Now he was part of an auction that was held for the 60th anniversary of the 007 films on Wednesday at the traditional auction house of Christie in London . The proceeds from the auction benefit almost 50 aid organizations and charities.

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by phone and internet offered interested parties from Spain , the USA , Canada and Japan . An Aston Martin V8, which Bond actor Daniel Craig also drove in "No time", came under the eyes of 007 producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson for around 704,000 euros (630,000 pounds).

In most cases, the estimation value was clearly surpassed. "This is incredible," said Wilson after the two -hour event. Broccoli struggled with the tears.

In addition to several cars, other objects were auctioned for a good cause: a omega wristwatch (around 250,000 euros), the replica of a Fabergé ice cream from »Octopussy« with Roger Moore (about 366,000 euros) and a boat From the film "The world is not enough" with Pierce Brosnan (about 141,000 euros). You can find an overview of the objects here . The Christie's auction continues on the Internet with more than 30 more 007 props for a week.

The first movie about the famous secret agent, »James Bond - 007 chases Dr. No «, came to cinemas on October 5, 1962. Various events take place around the 60th anniversary, including a concert with music from the Bond films . Stars like Dame Shirley Bassey ("Goldfinger"), Lulu ("The Man with the Golden Gun") and the band Garbage ("The World is not Enough") will be expected in the Royal Albert Hall in London in the coming week.

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