Scaramanga's (Christopher Lee) replica Golden Gun from Guy Hamilton's 1974 action thriller The Man with the Golden Gun.
James Bond (Roger Moore) is led to believe that he is targeted by the world's most expensive assassin while he attempts to recover sensitive solar cell technology that is being sold to the highest bidder.
Scaramanga used his gun throughout the film as his primary tool for dispatching his enemies. The replica gun is constructed from five pieces and a mechanical piece which shows how the device works. The gun consists of a replica Dunhills cigarette case, a Watermans fountain pen, a Colibri lighter, a trigger piece and a false bullet. Each piece is metal with a brass finish and they all come together to form the gun. The gun is cocked by pulling the hidden rod (situated in the bottom of the cigarette case) downwards, which cycles a small wheel. The gun comes with a see-through example of the trigger mechanism which demonstrates the inner workings the gun.
The items show minimal wear from use, the brass finish has worn away slightly and there are small scratches throughout. The items remain in an otherwise very good condition.
Materials: Ferrous Metals, Plastic.