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  • - How's it going?

  • Good.

  • How are you? - Good.

  • What can I help you with?

  • Well, I have the prop pistol used by the villain in the 1995

  • James Bond movie "GoldenEye."

  • Very cool.

  • There's no such thing as a bad James Bond movie.

  • Just some are better than others.

  • I agree.

  • I have the prop pistol used by the villain in the James Bond

  • "GoldenEye" movie from 1995.

  • According to my research, $3,000 seems

  • to be about the average market street value for it,

  • so that's what I'm hoping to get for it.

  • Every guy wanted to be James Bond.

  • I mean, he was just so damn iconic.

  • Everything about the series is amazing.

  • Ian Fleming wrote, I think, like, a dozen James Bond books.

  • He sold over 100 million copies of them.

  • The movies were insanely successful,

  • and they'll probably be making James

  • Bond movies 50 years from now.

  • All right, it's a prop gun that's

  • made out of plastic, or resin, or something like that.

  • Pretty cool.

  • One of the villains was pointing this at James Bond.

  • Yes.

  • It's been used in several key scenes in the film.

  • So where did you get it?

  • I got it online, from a prop house in the UK.

  • Is this the paperwork, right here?

  • This is the paperwork.

  • That's the COA that came with it.

  • This letter certifies that the above item was production

  • used in the film "GoldenEye," in various sequences in the film.

  • OK.

  • How much do you want for it?

  • Well, you know, it's a tough call.

  • I mean, there's so much sentimental value to it,

  • which, to me, is priceless.

  • I don't care about sentimental value at all.

  • I can't make money on it.

  • I'm thinking 3,000.

  • OK.

  • Let me call somebody who will know everything about this.

  • I've got a buddy who--

  • all he does is, like, Hollywood memorabilia,

  • so let me have him take a look at it,

  • see if he can screen match it.

  • - Sounds good. - All right.

  • Give me five minutes.

  • I'm gonna go give him a call.

  • You got it.

  • Harrison.

  • Rick Harrison.

  • How are you?

  • Good to see you again.

  • What we do we have today?

  • We have a gun prop from "GoldenEye," James Bond.

  • Excellent.

  • Fantastic movies.

  • Props have set record prices from those films.

  • Very early films are the more desirable

  • props, like "Doctor No," which, I think, was the first film.

  • "From Russia With Love," "Man With The Golden Gun."

  • "Octopussy."

  • "Octopussy."

  • So anything we find from a James Bond film usually

  • bring pretty good money at auction.

  • OK.

  • Tell me where you purchased it.

  • Well, I purchased it online from a prop house,

  • basically, in the UK.

  • And you have any idea where they acquired it from?

  • I believe, initially, they acquired it from [inaudible]..

  • Yes.

  • [inaudible] probably made all of the weaponry you have ever

  • seen in a James Bond movie.

  • OK.

  • So do you know which scene it was supposed to be in?

  • The opening scene.

  • The chemical weapons plant, if you're familiar with the film.

  • Mhm.

  • Hard to tell if it was actually used in the film.

  • For my authentication purposes.

  • I happen to have a screenshot that I brought with me.

  • In the photograph, it looks like it's not a static trigger.

  • It looks like he actually is putting

  • some pressure on the trigger.

  • If I apply pressure to this trigger, it breaks.

  • So you can also see in the photograph,

  • there's a significant gun sight at the front of the gun.

  • There is none here.

  • There is a nib, but no gun sight.

  • It raises questions.

  • So with everything I can see, there's just too much

  • inconsistency here for me to say it's that gun,

  • but it certainly could be a gun from the film.

  • But one of dozens that were made for the film.

  • OK.

  • OK.

  • Fair enough.

  • - All right? - All right.

  • Thanks, man. - Thank you, Rick.

  • Nice meeting you.

  • Nice to meet you, Rick.

  • Thank you.

  • I hate it when this happens, but I mean, like--

  • if it was never used, it's not worth a lot, plain and simple.

  • But if you can prove it's the real deal,

  • I'll give you 3 grand.

  • You're the one who's going to have to go frame

  • by frame, through a two hour movie,

  • and try and find a screenshot that matches.

  • And when you do it, make sure you download it in high def.

  • I appreciate it.

  • Thank you.

  • Thanks, man.

- How's it going?

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