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James Bond's Aston Martin from 'Spectre' Is Going Up For Grabs

007's DB10 is among a slew of cool Bond memorabilia being auctioned off.
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(Photo: Robyn Beck / AFP / Getty Images)

Let's face it: no man will ever be as dashing as James Bond. The debonair secret agent reached new heights of badassery in Spectre, with an automotive assist from his trusty Aston Martin DB10.

And now 007's ultra-sleek vehicle of choice can be yours to take home—for a price.

Christie's Auction House got hold of a plethora of props and gadgets from the 24th Bond movie and is auctioning them to well-heeled fans.

There are two corresponding auctions: a live auction that will go down at Christie’s King Street in London on Feb. 18 and an online auction that will run from Feb. 16 to 23. 

In all, there are 24 lots to covet, many of which were featured in Spectre and even worn by leading man Daniel Craig. Highlights include an Omega Seamaster 300 watch, a pair of Tom Ford shades, and, of course, that racy Aston Martin DB10.

Below, the top lots from the auction:

LIVE: Aston Martin DB10
Estimate: £1,000,0001,500,000 ($1,443,4052,165,108)

Blink and you'll miss it. This two-door coupé was designed specifically for James Bond and is only one of ten DB10s out there. It is powered by Aston's 4.7-liter V-8 engine and has a six-speed manual transmission. Plus, the Bond pedigree certainly doesn't hurt.

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

LIVE: The Seamaster 300 "Spectre" Limited Edition
Estimate: £15,000–20,000 ($21,43328,577)

Here's the lot watch snobs were waiting for. This automatic Omega watch, which has a black dial and bi-directional, rotating black bezel, has a nautical and functional appeal. It's one of eight prototypes ever made and was last seen on the wrist of Daniel Craig in the film's Moroccan lair scene. 

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

LIVE: Blu-ray Disc Signed by Daniel Craig & Blue Initialled 'JB' Tom Ford Cufflinks Worn by Daniel Craig
Estimate: £3,0005,000 ($4,3307,217)

The auction was meant to commemorate the Blu-ray & DVD release of Spectre, so it's only fair they threw in a copy. Though, this Blu-ray was signed by Daniel Craig in gold marker and also comes with initialled 'JB' cufflinks worn by Craig in the film.

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

LIVE: Longines ‘Conquest Heritage’ Watch
Estimate: £5,0007,000 ($7,21710,103)

An Omega might be Bond's wristwatch of choice, but this is the next best thing. This timepiece from Longines was worn by Ralph Fiennes, who plays M in the film. This automatic timepiece comes with an 18-carat rose gold case and a sunray silver dial.

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

LIVE: Framed Character Art by Rankin
Estimate: £6,000–8,000 ($8,66011,546)

This pensive black-and-white shot of Daniel Craig was lensed by famed British fashion photog Rankin. It's also signed by both Craig and Rankin in black marker. 

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

ONLINE: Spectre Clapper Board
Estimate: £2,000–3,000 ($2,8874,330)

This clapper board was used during filming and is signed in silver marker by Daniel Craig. 

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

ONLINE: Shoulder Holster Worn by Daniel Craig
Estimate: £3,000–5,000 ($4,3307,217)

This shoulder holster was featured in the Spectre teaser poster and is one of only five to have been manufactured by armourer Dave Evans for James Bond. It's all leather and entirely handmade. 

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

ONLINE: Tom Ford ‘Snowdon’ Sunglasses Worn by Daniel Craig
Estimate: £4,000–6,000 ($5,7738,660)

Because not even secret agents are immune to the sun's rays, Bond donned these shades for Sciarra's funeral scene, before wooing the beautiful Monica Bellucci, of course. They've got a tortoise shell design with grey specs, which give them a snazzy, '60s vibe.

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

(Photo: Christie's Images LTD. 2016)

To make your move, check out Christie's website for more information on both the live and online auctions.