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James Bond rubber bands? Yes, they do exist along with many other Bond related stationery items. Here you have everything from Moonraker erasers from Holland to For Your Eyes Only pencils from Japan.

James Bond leather pencil case (Maker and year unknown, c.1965)
Unlicensed James Bond rubber bands - there's some debate amongst collectors about how old these actually are (Maker, country and date unknown)
MI5 Secret Agent Invisible Writing Kit with The Spy Who Loved Me ticket competition (Platignum, UK, 1977)
Moonraker fountain pen and eraser (Maker unknown, Holland, 1979)
007 For Your Eyes Only Sharp Pencl (Animec, Japan, 1981)
Small Moonraker notepad (Ed. F. Nugeron, France, 1985)
A View To A Kill metal penicl case (Movic, Japan, 1985)
Greetings card with small James Bond figurine inside (Little Lead Soldiers Ltd., UK, 1987)
James Bond Hi-Tech Plastic Nib Pen (Little Lead Soldiers Ltd., UK, 1987)
GoldenEye Parker ball pen with gift box as featured in the film (Parker Pen Company, UK, 1995)
James Bond Parker ball pen with gift box (Parker Pen Company, France, 1995)
Demain Ne Meurt Jamais (Tomorrow Never Dies) Parker stylo-bille (Parker Pen Company, France, 1997)
James Bond 007 ballpoint pen (Eversharp, UK, 1997)
James Bond filofax (Funfax, UK, 1999)
James Bond 007 mini calculator available I think at the James Bond exhibition at the London Science Museum in 2003 (Maker unknown, UK, 2003)
Quantum of Solace promotional Coke Zero notebook and pen (Goldenlink, Thailand, 2008)
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