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All I need to please me…

1971 saw the return of Sean Connery to the role of 007, and the start of the more light-hearted James Bond films of the 1970s and 80s. Now Diamonds may not be everyone's cup of tea, but it does have some great moments and some great memorabilia. From model reproductions of the Ford Mustang and Moon Buggy to Shirley Bassey 7" theme singles to Bic cigarette lighters, there is a bit of something for every budget. So, hopefully my Diamonds Are Forever collection will 'stimulate and tease' you, enjoy…

Reproduction set of nine Diamonds Are Forever lobby cards in 50th anniversary packaging (Pyramid International, UK, 2012)
James Bond Collection 007 Corgi Classics Moon Buggy and James Bond figure set - model no. 65201 (Corgi, UK, 1998)
Four vehicles from a set produced for the 40th anniversary of the Bond film series - For Your Eyes Only Dune Buggy, Live And Let Die Sheriff J.W. Pepper's Cruiser, Octopussy German Tourist's VW Bettle and Diamonds Are Forever Slumber Inc. Cadillac Hearse (Johnny Lightning, US, 2002)
Ford Mustang Mach 1 from Diamonds Are Forever and Aston Martin DBS from Casino Royale (Hotwheels/Mattel, US, 2014)
A set of five James Bond vehicles produced as a promotion in WalMart stores - the set includes the Aston Martin DBS from Casino Royale, the Mustang Mach 1 from Diamonds Are Forever, the Lincoln Continental from Goldfinger, the Aston Martin DB5 from Skyfall and the Lotus Esprit from The Spy Who Loved Me (Hotwheels/Mattel, US, 2015)
Diamonds Are Forever soundtrack LP (United Artists Records, UK, 1971)
Diamonds Are Forever soundtrack LP (United Artists Records, France, 1971)
Diamonds Are Forever sheet music (United Artists Music Ltd., UK, 1971)
Set of four boxed James Bond 007 eau de toilette. The boxes play the James Bond theme when opened (La Bastille, US, 1988)
Limited edition Revlon individually packaged make-up sets inspired by From Russia With Love, Diamonds Are Forever, The Spy Who Loved Me and GoldenEye. Each set contains a bottle of nail varnish, lipstick and eye shadow (Revlon, US, 2002)
Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever theme single (United Artists Records, Italy, 1971)
Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever theme single (United Artists Records, Japan, 1971)
Shirley Bassey Diamantes para la Eternidad (Diamonds Are Forever) theme single (United Artists Records, Spain, 1971)
Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever theme single (United Artists Records, Portugal, 1971)
Shirley Bassey Diamonds Are Forever theme single (United Artists Records, France, 1971)
Diamonds Are Forever theme single (Columbia, Japan, c.1971)
Diamonds Are Forever 6-song EP featuring the Shirley Bassey single and other music from the film (TKR Thailand, Thailand, c.1971)
Diamonds Are Forever and You Only Live Twice themes performed by the Film Sound Orchestra (Overseas Records, Japan, 1971)
Diamonds Are Forever theme performed by The Bachelors (London Records, Japan, 1972)
Counter display carton of 50 James Bond Bic lighters - there are 12 different lighters included - Dr No, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever, Live And Let Die, The Man With The Golden Gun, Moonraker, A View To A Kill, Licence To Kill, GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies and The World Is Not Enough (Bic, France, 1999)
Special edition collectors set of 12 Bic James Bond lighters in case (Bic, France, 1999)
Diamonds Are Forever original motion picture soundtrack (EMI/Capitol Records, EU, 2003). This is the remastered version that contains more of the score than the original vinyl release of the soundtrack.
Photoplay magazine with Diamonds Are Forever cover and article (The Argus Press Ltd., UK, January 1972)
Diamonds Are Forever poster created as part of a series of posters by Herring & Haggis to celebrate the 50th anniversary of James Bond (Herring & Haggis, US, 2012)
Diamonds Are Forever official souvenir brochure available at cinemas in the UK (Sackville Publishing, UK, 1971)
Diamonds Are Forever souvenir brochure (Maker unknown, Japan, c.1971)
Small Diamantenfieber (Diamonds Are Forever) brochure (Neuer Filmkurier, Austria, 1971)
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