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Toys

James Bond toys make a large part of my collection. I've always loved the variety of Bond related merchandise aimed at the younger age market. The design of some the packaging, especially those from the 1960s, is just beautiful.

Bond-X automatic shooting camera (Multiple Toymakers, US, c,1965)
James Bond Secret Agent Code-O-Matic (Multiple Toymakers, US, 1965)
James Bond Secret Agent "Booby Trap" Code Book and Calling Cards (Multiple Toymakers, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 H2O Snorkel-Blaster (Voit, US, 1965)
James Bond swimming fins produced at the time of Thunderball (Voit, US, 1965)
James Bond electric drawing set (Lakeside Toys, US, c.1965)
Scuba tank toy set for the Gilbert 12" James Bond action figure (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 action accessories produced by Gilbert in 1965 for their 12" figures (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 Dr No's Dragon Tank and Largo's Hydrofoil Yacht (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Gun Case and Bullet-Shield "M"s Desk (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 Spin-top Pool Table and Deadly Laser Ray (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond Secret Agent 007 Action Toy Set 1 featuring Bond in scuba gear, Domino and Largo figures and the Disco Volante (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond Secret Agent 007 Action Toy Set 2 featuring Bond, Goldfinger and Oddjob figures and the spin-top pool table (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond Secret Agent 007 Action Toy Set 4 featuring Bond, Domino and Dr No figures and the Dragon Tank (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond Secret Agent 007 Action Toy Set 5 featuring Bond, M and Moneypenny figures and Bullet-proof Desk (Gilbert Toys, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 aqualung set for the 12" Bond figure (Cecil, US, 1965)
James Bond 007 working model propelled frogman (Lonestar, UK, c.1965)
James Bond 007 Action Pen and Vaper Paper (American Character, US, 1966)
James Bond walkie-talkie wrist watches (Vanity Fair, US, 1977)
Live And Let Die View-Master picture reels (GAF, UK, 1973)
Moonraker spy briefcase full of weapons and decoding devices (Nomura Toys, Japan, 1979)
Octopussy Wacky Wall Walker (Tradex Corp., US, 1982)
James Bond 007 Secret Service I.D. Tags (Imperial Toys, UK, 1984)
James Bond 007 Secret Service Walkie Talkie (Imperial Toys, UK, 1984)
James Bond 007 Secret Service Sunglasses (Imperial Toys, UK, 1984)
James Bond 007 Secret Service Sky Diver (Imperial Toys, UK, 1984)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Exploding Coin (Coibel, US, 1985)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Exploding Lighter (Coibel, US, 1985)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Exploding Pen (Coibel, US, 1985)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Exploding Spoon - as seen in the movies apparently! (Coibel, US, 1985)
James Bond 007 Secret Agent Complete Spy Set (Coibel, US, 1985)
James Bond complete spy kit in a cardboard briefcase (Coibel, US, 1985)
The Living Daylights Special Agent Survival Kit (G.I.L, Australia, 1987)
James Bond 007 Car Window Bullet Holes and Magnetic Licence Holder (CMP International Ltd., UK, 1987)
GoldeneEye carded handcuffs (Lone Star / Wicke, Germany, 1995)
Unlicensed The World Is Not Enough spy ear (SpyEar, China, 1999)
007 intercom camera produced by IMC in 2002
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