Jane Seymour Signed Live & Let Die Display

"A man comes. He travels quickly. He has purpose. He comes over water. He travels with others. He will oppose. He brings violence and destruction."

This superb display features an 8x10 portrait of the tarot card reading Solitaire from the classic James Bond film Live And Let Die and the signature of the beautiful Jane Seymour. Solitaire is a rather naive tarot card reader in the service of Mr. Big. Trusting a little too much in a stacked deck, Solitaire succumbs to Bond's advances and loses her powers of perception, but gains freedom for her egotistical boss.


In Live and Let Die several British agents investigating drugs smuggling are killed in mysterious circumstances. Each murder is linked to a Harlem crime boss, Mr. Big, and an international diplomat Katanga. The British send agent James Bond to investigate. When 007 arrives in New York he is nearly killed by one of Mr. Big's hoods, but the attempt gives Bond a lead and he soon discovers a plot to flood the US main land with a billion dollars worth of heroin.


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The Bond films are a British institution which have been entertaining audiences since Dr No first hit screens in 1962. Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig have all provided different takes on Ian Fleming's literary character and 007 has remained as fresh and appealing as ever. This is your chance to let the world of espionage into your home. This piece is a most definitely licensed to thrill - don't miss out!

The name's Bond. James Bond

Features at a glance.....


Jane Seymour




Live and Let Die


14x11 inches

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