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    Quantum of Solace (MGM, 2008). Near Mint-. Robert Sterling & Edmund Slate Prop Credit Cards (3) (3.5" X 2.25").
    Created for Quantum of Solace, Daniel Craig's second appearance as Ian Fleming's James Bond, are the three prop American Express credit cards offered here. Included are two identical gold-colored cards bearing the name Edmund Slate, the hitman played by Neil Jackson who was hired to kill Camille Montes (Olga Kurylenko) but was intercepted by Bond before he could finish his job. Also included is a silver-colored card with the name Robert Sterling. In Quantum of Solace, Bond uses a business card with the alias "R. Sterling" printed on it while dealing with one of villain Dominic Greene's (Mathieu Amalric) thugs. The character of James Bond has used the alias Robert Sterling once before on-screen, back in 1977 in The Spy Who Loved Me when Roger Moore's Bond introduces himself as Sterling to Curd Jürgens's Karl Stromberg. The cards are in excellent condition with only very minimal scuffs. The data strips on the cards have horizontal scratches through them.

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