Everything must go in Government asset sale
The charity auctions are being held to celebrate Spectre’s release on Digital HD, Blu-Ray and DVD. The Aston Martin DB10 (‘one careful owner’, etc.) in question is, sadly, purely for display purposes, having never been properly developed or homologated. However, it is the only DB10 that’s being sold privately, and is the first car to receive Aston Martin Works’ Assured Provenance scheme’s platinum award. It’s estimated to fetch £1-1.5m. Other items in the sale include the Omega Seamaster 300 worn by Daniel Craig in the film (£15,000-20,000), and the laptop used by ‘Q’ (Ben Whishaw), estimated at £4,000-6,000.
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