Movies

1962 “Dr No,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Gruen Precision subsidiary-seconds wristwatch 510 Dell Deaton first to identify this watch, March 2013
1962 “Dr No,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 6538 Franca E Guido Mondani assessment
1963 “From Russia with Love,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 6538 Franca E Guido Mondani Assessment
1963 “From Russia with Love,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Gruen Precision subsidiary-seconds wristwatch 510 Dell Deaton first to identify this watch, March 2013
1964 “Goldfinger,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 6538 Franca E Guido Mondani Assessment
1964 “Goldfinger,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Gruen Precision subsidiary-seconds wristwatch 510 Dell Deaton first to identify this watch, March 2013
1965 “Thunderball,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 6538 Franca E Guido Mondani Assessment
1965 Thunderball Breitling Top Time 2002.3 / N identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
1967 “Casino Royale,” David Niven as Sir James Bond under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1967 “You Only Live Twice,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Gruen Precision subsidiary-seconds wristwatch 510 Dell Deaton first to identify this watch, March 2013
1969 “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” George Lazenby as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 5513 Assessment by Dell Deaton (reference Martin Skeet, Nick Urul “Vintage Rolex Sports Models”)
1969 “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” George Lazenby as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex (Pre-Daytona) Chronograph wristwatch 6238 Christie’s validated identification December 16, 2003
1971 “Diamonds Are Forever,” Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1973 “Live and Let Die,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Hamilton Pulsar wristwatch P2 / 2900 (“Astronaut”) identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
1973 “Live and Let Die,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 5513 (including gadget variations) Christie’s validated identification September 7, 1998 (“sheer magnetism” prop); February 14, 2001 (“buzz-saw” prop)
1973 “Live and Let Die,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1974 “The Man with the Golden Gun,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual wristwatch 5513 Dell Deaton assessment (reference Martin Skeet, Nick Urul “Vintage Rolex Sports Models”)
1977 “The Spy Who Loved Me,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko LC Quartz digital wristwatch DK001, 0674‑5009 (including gadget effect variations) Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1977 “The Spy Who Loved Me,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1979 “Moonraker,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Quartz LC Memory-Bank Calendar wristwatch SFX003 / M354‑5019 (including gadget effect variations) Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1981 “For Your Eyes Only,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Alarm-Chronograph duo-display wristwatch WHV005 / H357‑5040 (including gadget effect variations) Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1981 “For Your Eyes Only,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Professional Diver’s 600m wristwatch S60583, 7549‑7009 Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1983 “Octopussy,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Sports 100 pseudo-analogue wristwatch WLK005 / G757‑5020 (including gadget effect variations) Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1983 “Octopussy,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1983 “Never Say Never Again,” Sean Connery as James Bond under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
1985 “A View to a Kill,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Diver’s 150m wristwatch SPW001 / H558‑5000 Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1985 “A View to a Kill,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Quartz Chronograph wristwatch SPR007 / 7A28‑7020 Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1985 “A View to a Kill,” Roger Moore as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Seiko Quartz two-tone wristwatch SPD094 / 6923‑8080 Dell Deaton identification September 2009, working with Mark Mills, Seiko UK
1987 “The Living Daylights,” Timothy Dalton as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 TAG Heuer Professional Night‑Dive wristwatch 980.031 David Chalmers, Dell Deaton, and Paul Gavin first to identify this watch, April 2, 2010
1987 “The Living Daylights,” Timothy Dalton as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 TAG Heuer Professional 200 Meters wristwatch 980.013 David Chalmers, Dell Deaton, and Paul Gavin first to identify this watch April 2, 2010
1989 “Licence to Kill,” Timothy Dalton as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Rolex Submariner Oyster Perpetual Date wristwatch 16610 Dell Deaton assessment (reference Franca E Guido Mondani, Lele Ravagnani “Rolex Submariner Story”)
1995 GoldenEye,” Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster wristwatch 2541.80 (including gadget effect variations) identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
1997 “Tomorrow Never Dies,” Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster wristwatch 2531.80 (including gadget effect variations) identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
1999 “The World Is Not Enough,” Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster wristwatch 2531.80 (including gadget effect variations) identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
2002 “Die Another Day,” Pierce Brosnan as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster wristwatch 2531.80 (including gadget effect variations) identification not disputed nor subject to confusion
2006 “Casino Royale,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega 2005 Seamaster Planet Ocean wristwatch 2900.50.91 Dell Deaton first to identify this watch March 8, 2006, working with “Dedicated to Daniel” fan site
2006 “Casino Royale,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
2008 “Quantum of Solace,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean wristwatch 2201.50 Omega identified watch via corporate website Ambassador-associated product listings
2012 “Skyfall,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
2012 “Skyfall,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra wristwatch 231.10.39.21.03.001 Dell Deaton identified watch March 13, 2012, via fleeting post on Amsterdam Omega Dealer website
2015 “SPECTRE,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 under investigation under investigation total number of wristwatches and identification(s) in dispute
2015 “SPECTRE,” Daniel Craig as Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007 Omega Seamaster 300 wristwatch 233.32.41.21.01.001 Omega identified watch via corporate website Ambassador-associated product listings

Dell Deaton | January 24, 2017
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Revised: October 23, 2015; September 11, 2015; July 29, 2014; June 28, 2014; February 25, 2014; April 6, 2013; May 7, 2010; January 1, 2009; and, December 23, 2008

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