James Bond: The Living Daylights

James Bond: The Living Daylights Film Poster


“The New James Bond…Living on the edge…It’s the only way he lives”

Timothy Dalton’s 007 debut as “The most dangerous Bond…Ever” in “The Living Daylights”. This poster was produced for a 1986 London James Bond exhibition to announce that filming had begun on the latest Bond adventure, “The Living Daylights”, which was to be released the following year. The poster shows a close-up of the front grill from an Aston Martin DB4, which was the model used by the Goldfinger production team during preliminary testing shoots prior to getting the DB5. The original 1986 Advance teaser movie poster offered here is presented  in excellent unrestored, rolled (as issued) unfolded condition with content perfectly suited to this landscape style with beautiful black and white photographic tones with a hint of metallic silver. Hugely desirable and very collectible, it would be a worthy addition to any collection of James Bond movie memorabilia.

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For price comparison, in a recent London Auction Sale an example of this exact same poster sold for in excess of £2,000

Trivia: The casting of Frederick Warder and Glyn Baker as 004 and 002 was intentional, due to their resemblance to George Lazenby and Sir Roger Moore, respectively. For the movie’s opening scene, the writers wanted to toy with the audience’s expectations of which of the 00 agents was Bond.

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11.75″ x 17.5″ (30 x 44 cm), Special Poster – Advance Teaser

Country of Origin

British / UK


Near mint minus; originally rolled (as issued)


John Glen


Art Malik, Caroline Bliss, Desmond Llewelyn, Jeroen Krabbe, Joe Don Baker, John Rhys-Davies, Maryam d'Abo, Robert Brown, Timothy Dalton

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