James Bond memorabilia
Some of the collection of James Bond memorabilia that
be on sale at Ewbank’s auction house in Surrey, England.        

(FOX News) – A retired California schoolteacher is ready to cash
in his collection of all things James Bond-related.

Steve Oxenrider has a collection of over 30,000 items related to
the Bond phenomenon, with some items dating back to the
early 1960s when the series was first released.

The San Francisco resident has shipped half his items so far
to Ewbank’s Auction House
in Woking, Surrey, England,
ahead of the auction.

Due to the large number of collectibles, Ewbank’s will auction
off Oxenrider’s collection in two parts — with the first half
of the miscellany going live in November.

Some of the items included in the auction include original posters
for "Dr. No," valued at over $15,000, and a signed "Thunderball"
gala charity premiere brochure from 1965, which is expected to
sell for over $1,000.

I'm a James Bond fan and I'm selling my entire catalogue of 007 ...
Steve Oxenrider

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