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    Diamonds are Forever: Moon Buggy #811 & Other Corgi Vehicle Lot (Corgi, 1971/1977). Die-Cast Vehicles in Original Packaging (2) (4" X 4" X 6" & 3.5" X 4" X 6.5"). James Bond.
    There has always been a demand for original die-cast/toy vehicles among collectors, with those from the James Bond franchise being some of the most sought after. One such rarity is that of the scarce Moon Buggy #811 from Diamonds are Forever featured here. Not only does the colorful vehicle come with universal jointed arms and spring loaded claws, but it is also in its original moon themed packaging. Also included in this lot with the Moon Buggy is the Lotus Esprit submergible car #269 from The Spy Who Loved Me (Corgi, 1977). The Moon Buggy packaging shows creases, tears, creasing and a tear in the plastic display window, some surface scuffing, and minor staining. The Lotus Esprit shows creasing on the box and display window, slight edge wear, tears, light scuffing, and has a price sticker on the verso. Please see full-color, enlargeable image below for more details. Fine/Very Fine.


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    April, 2017
    9th Sunday
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