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    James Bond 007 Gold Cufflinks (James Fisher Ltd, c. 1965). 4 Sets of Gold Cufflinks in Original Packaging (2.75" X 2.75" X 1.75") 4 Styles.
    Suave, sophisticated, and dangerous, few people have had as great an impact on fashion as the classic gentleman spy, James Bond. And while these cufflinks don't fire lasers or contain a radio transmitter, they do reflect the killer style of Agent 007. With a Walther PPK and the spy's number "007" engraved on their faces of one set and another with just the iconic 007 or just the Walther PPK, these beautiful sets of cufflinks are a perfect addition to any James Bond collection. Unrestored pairs of British made, gold colored cufflinks in their original boxes that appears virtually unused. These were made in conjunction with James Bond brand shirts and shoes produced at the time by Weylink, part of the James Fisher Ltd. line. These are now very rare and in this condition, absolutely a find! Very Fine/Near Mint.


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    March, 2016
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