A Hessian material medical pack from the 1987 Timothy Dalton Bond thriller: The Living Daylights.
This style of sack was seen throughout the scene when Bond (Dalton) goes into the desert with Kamran Shah’s (Art Malik) men and meets the Mujahideen. In the film, these sacks were filled with opium and disguised as medical aid being flown out of the country.
This item is made from Hessian and features black ink medical print with a faded white painted circle and a red medical cross emblazoned to the front. It would have been used as set dressing and is empty inside, in very good production used condition.
Materials: Man-Made Woven Fibres.
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