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Leo chair by Robin Day as seen in You Only Live TwiceAs seen in:
Designer: Robin Day
Director: Lewis Gilbert
The Leo range, designed by Robin Day in 1965, consists of armchairs, settees/sofas and ottomans. The Leo chair in black was featured in James Bond films including You Only Live Twice where Sean Connery sits in one with effortless style.
Approx £1,350.00 / $1768
The Sixty Two Blofeld G Plan swivel chair (new)As seen in:
The “Blofled chair” as seen in You Only Live Twice was called the 6250 chair when it first launched. Now renamed as The Sixty Two, its distinctive winged design, soft foam cushioning and deeply buttoned back, provide the ultimate in comfort.
Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie VillainsAs seen in:
Lair: Radical Homes and Hideouts of Movie Villains, celebrates and considers several iconic villains’ lairs from recent film history.
Bond desk: Bodil Kjær desk as seen in three Bond moviesAs seen in:
Designer: Bodil Kjaer
Directors: Terence Young, Lewis Gilbert, Peter Hunt, Matthew Vaughn
The Bond desk: Three James Bond movies – From Russia with Love, You Only Live Twice and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service – have all featured this commanding design classic: the innovative Bodil Kjaer desk.
Approx £24,950.00 / $32684
G-Plan 6250 Lounge Blofeld swivel Chair & Ottoman (vintage)
Possibly one of the most famous chairs ever to be captured on celluloid, supervillain Blofeld’s chair in the Bond movie You Only Live Twice (1967) is the 6250 chair, launched by the very British company G Plan in 1962. The chair can also be spotted in the Beatles Help!
Approx £3,200.00 / $4192
James Bond Collection
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