007 Never Say Never Sand, Meeting with Domino and Fatima Blush, Free Book

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007 Never Say Never Sand, Meeting with Domino and Fatima Blush, Free Book

 

A SPECTRE agent has stolen two American nuclear warheads, and James Bond must find their targets before they are detonated.

Now available for a limited time only is a Signed, Numbered, Limited Edition Collectable Containing Real Prop Sand from The British Colonial Hilton Resort Beach Where 007 Meets Domino in the film Never Say Never. This Sand was obtained on a visit to the beach, when we were researching our book: "007 James Bond Exotic Locations Bahamas". This was the site, in Never Say Never, Where 007 meets Domino on the beach. Also occurring here, was the scene where Fatima Blush skies up onto the end of pier and into Bond's arms. This was the Hotels old Gazebo Bar. The Pier was actually built here just for the film. The original bar was wipped out by a hurricane, but the pier still exists. There is also a new bar it is just not on the pier.

You will get a Sampling of the Sand from the beach. These Specimens come in a 2 Inch Tall x 2.25 Diameter Glass jar with Silver Metal lid. Lid has color artwork describing jar's contents. You will also get a 4x6x1 Inch High Quality Magnetic Sealing Display Plaque with full Color Poster Art from film that explains location and scene. Also included is a 2x2x1 Solid Acrylic Item Stand to place the jar on in front of Plaque, as pictured.

As a bonus you will get a Free PDF copy of our book:"007 Exotic Locations, Bahamas."

Condition: It is in Excellent Condition

Documentation: This item is fully documented by Reel Art.  You will get a Signed, Numbered Certificate that has a actual picture of owner of Reel Art on sight for Extra Authentication purposes

The item described is guaranteed to be of the time period and condition as described, has been exported legally and is legal to buy and sell under all international laws relating to cultural patrimony.