Both of Daniel Craig’s “No Time To Die” screen-worn Seamasters are coming up for auction at Christie’s, with all proceeds going to the charity.
Omega wristwatches have been worn on screen in every James Bond film, since 1995. Daniel Craig, who portrayed Bond five times from 2006 to 2021, has worn Omegas in every one of those films. During his latest installment, “No Time To Die” which also happens to be his last, he wore the Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M and the Seamaster Professional Diver 300 M Titanium 007 Edition.
Each of those watches is being sold by Christie’s, at the upcoming Sixty Years of James Bond: Part I Live Auction 21364 — alongside other James Bond props, including numerous cars and a boat — which takes place in a little under two months.
Sold by Omega SA, who will donate their entire proceeds from this lot, if sold, to Orbis International.
The 41.5 mm Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M features a stainless steel case with a vertically striped metallic blue with luminous dart indexes and large outer minute/seconds numerals, luminous hands, and is powered by the in-house made caliber 8500 Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement, with a clear caseback.
This OMEGA Aqua Terra 150m worn by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die’s opening sequence set in Matera, Italy, is a striking watch with a blue dial that recalls OMEGA’s rich maritime heritage and Bond’s naval background.
Together with a custom watch box and certificate signed by Michael G Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, and Daniel Craig, this screen-worn wristwatch has clear and significant provenance. Learn more at Christie’s and see the regular catalog version at Omega, which is still in production at the time this article was written.
Sold by EON Productions Limited, who will donate their entire proceeds from this lot, if sold, to TIME’S UP UK.
The 42 mm Omega Seamaster Professional Dive 300M Titanium 007 Edition features a titanium case and a brown anodized aluminum bezel insert, along with beige-colored aged lume on the hands, dial, and bezel. There’s also a broad arrow mark on the dial at 6 and military-style numbering.
This special timepiece was designed with direct input from Craig and is powered by the in-house-made caliber 8806 Co-Axial Master Chronometer movement powers, which is covered by a solid titanium caseback, with Naiad lock alignment technology.
The 007 Edition was released in 2019, but due to the global pandemic, No Time To Die did not actually hit theaters until 2021 and is still available for sale at the time this article was written.
This watch is Bond’s choice while living in Jamaica, taking a leading role from that point on, proving invaluable during Bond’s final mission.
Like the Aqua Terra listed above, the provenance of this lot is undoubtedly important, and it comes with a custom watch box and certificate signed by Michael G Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, and Daniel Craig.
Photos by Christie’s.