・LOT #92-Humoresque著「Humbert Wolfe」Ian Fleming（イアン・フレミング）所蔵品、サイン入り。
・LOT #92-Noel CowardによるIan Fleming（イアン・フレミング）のイラスト（1939年製作）。
・LOT #93-「Casino Royale」（カジノ・ロワイヤル）の裏表紙に掲載されたIan Fleming（イアン・フレミング）のイラストのオリジナル。
・LOT #95-First British Edition Of "From Russia With Love"（英国版初版「ロシアより愛をこめて」）フレミング自身による訂調があります。
・LOT #96-First British Edition Of Goldfinger（英国版初版「ゴールドフィンガー」）
“To Alfred & Gail Blacking on condition they don’t sue me for libel! From Ian Fleming”. （この物語に登場するアルフレッドとゲイルブラッキングという実在の人物たちは、私を名誉毀損で告訴しません！イアンフレミング）とフレミング自身の記載あり。
・LOT #97-First British Edition Of For Your Eyes Only（英国版初版「OO7号の冒険/薔薇と拳銃」）“For John, to hack about!, from Ian.”愛書家John Haywardへのコメント記載。
・LOT #98-First British Edition Of Thunderball （英国版初版「サンダーボール作戦」）
・LOT #99-Original Poster Advertising Ian Fleming’s James Bond novel, Thunderball（復刻版販促用ポスター）Richard Choppingによる手書きのメモあり。 Fleming said: --‘I want you to paint me a picture which I can afterward use as a cover for one of my novels.’Fleming produced far too many objects as the subject of the cover. I chose & designed the picture, leaving space for the titles. This one was made into a poster for the shops and the Underground. I travelled a lot at that time. Richard Chopping. 9/19/2002”. （フレミングはカバーデザインのモデルとして、非常に多くの物をサンプリングしました。私はそれらの中から選んでイラストを製作しました）
・LOT #100-Collection of original photographs of Sean Connery and Ursula Andress from "Dr No"
・LOT #101-Rare Ian Fleming Handwritten Letter With Great Content Regarding "Dr. No", As He Was Writing The Book
“Feb. 10, My dear John, Ah me! But I think we told few lies in our 3 year stint. We smoked some kippers & made a dozen good jokes. But I agree, how wonderful to be rid of the seedy old man. Who is the colonial? I had a warm & pathetic cable from K & replied that I gladly shed the mantle. I ended “I bet it’s Baxter’. No reply. Is it. I bet yes. If so they’ll be in deep & dull water soon. / It was fun working together. You look splendid in shirt sleeves. You only needed an [crossed out] eyeshade. I shall miss that part of it. What will fill our vacua? I have got Bond into such a fix that I log to leave him there. He is in the grips of a man (superman) called Doctor No in the heat of a mountain of guano. All because of a lot of Roseate Spoonbills. But I Quis Custolet ipso Custodies, as Atticus would say & I daresay Dr. No will get his desserts. / Ann leaves for home tomorrow & I shall tarry low just more days longer than I would have it duty & pity called me to you & the boiler room. / We both send affectionate words to you. / Ian”.
・LOT #102-First British Edition Of "The Spy Who Loved Me"（英国版初版「私を愛したスパイ」）
“The jacket season has come round again and I and the Capes do pray that you will once again be the artist for the same fee of two hundred guineas, if you still think that reasonable recompense. / If, as I desperately hope, you are, we are in rather a quandary this time to suggest a suitable motif, and it occurred to me that you might have some brilliant idea for there are no emblems in the book which would be in any way suitable. / The title of the book is “The Spy who Loved Me” and so what suggest itself of course is a juxtaposition between a dagger or a gun and an emblem representing love, rather on the lines of your gun with a rose. / But what can we use now? / How about one of those frilly heart shaped Valentines with a dagger thrust through it? / Or there might be young ivy leaves entwined in a garden [crossed out and handwritten gun], or forget-me-nots. / But none of these ideas thrill me with the possible exception of the Valentine with a splendid red heart pierced by a dagger. / But it crossed my mind that you have painted many keepsakes for people and that something might conceivably suggest its self to you. / Anyway, first of all, will you please do the jacket and, secondly, will you please have a brilliant idea? / I am back on all fours again and any time you are in London we could meet perhaps here and rub our two brains together. / I will now ring up Heywood Hill and see if hey have any Valentines. [in Fleming’s hand: Yours truly, Ian”.
・LOT #103-First British Edition Of "You Only Live Twice"（英国版初版「OO7は二度死ぬ」）
"How 007 Got His Name" by Mrs. James Bond.
"Birds of the West Indies" by James Bond.
・LOT #104-Second Draft Original Handwritten Manuscript Of "You Only Live Twice" Signed By Roald Dahl
・LOT #105-"You Only Live Twice" [Mimeographed] Film Typescript Written By Roald Dahl
・LOT #106-Original hand-drawn Ken Adams set design from "You Only Live Twice" [Asian Spa]
・LOT #107-Original hand-drawn Ken Adams set design from You Only Live Twice [Asian Bedroom]
・LOT #110-"Moonraker" original second advance one-sheet poster artwork