This is my 007 collection it was larger but pieces have been sacrificed to fund other purchases. Left is one of my favorite pieces an Aston Martin DBS signed by Bond actor George Lazenby and below the DBS is Tracey's Ice race damaged Mercury Couger from the James Bond magazine collection of cars.
The toy I waited 30 years to get, a James Bond Scalextric set from 1968. The white Aston and the black mercedes on the clear stepped shelf are the cars from the set. The 2 smaller red models underneath are from the Gilbert roadrace set. The larger red Aston is the Imai 1960's kit and the clear body Aston is the Strombeker again from the 1960's.
My favorite Bond film is probably "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" below and to the right are my toys from that film. The majority are from the Corgi Rockets range which ran from 1969 to around 1972 they did a great variety of cars from the ice race scene in the film, including Tracey's Mercury Cougar with it's ski's a Ford Capri and Blofeld's Mercedes coupe, not forgetting the Escort with it's large "James Bond Secret Agent" sticker on the boot!!! Also from the film are Whizzwheels models of the 2 bobsleds used by Bond and Blofeld and an Orange VW beetle seen in the ice race, this is by far the rarest of the 007 diecast pieces and mint on a card commands a high premium, my carded one is a copy but the loose one shown is original. Also shown is the skier from the unofficial OHMSS corgi rocket release the Alpine Ski Set with a picture very much resembling George Lazenby on the box, see below.
Next are some modern pieces, a Sideshow 007 as played by Lazenby and a "Q" figure, I have met both men at Memorabilia fairs and both were quite nice people, unfortunately Desmond Llewelyn is no longer with us. The 2 figures in between are the "Goldeneye" James Bond Actionman, one is the standard retail figure the other is a factory prototype and lastly shown are the polar lights Aurora copies of 007 & Odd Job.