If you can't afford one of Bond's iconic tuxedos that have commanded record-breaking auction prices over the last decade, then we present to you an affordable alternative. These three 2x2cm swatches have each been extracted from an original screen-used shirt, jacket & trousers worn by Daniel Craig in Director Martin Campbell's 2006 Bond instalment. The swatches come from the reputable Rittenhouse Archive, who are officially licensed by EON productions, the Producers of all the Bond movies, to distribute the swatches in the form of limited edition relic cards. Only a limited quantity of the cards were ever distributed upon the film's release, making them a particularly desirable collector's piece. This card comes beautifully displayed inside a brass plated, double-sided, stand measuring approximately 11x11cm. Casino Royale (2006) was the twenty-first spy movie in the James Bond movie series produced by EON Productions. It was Daniel Craig's first performance as James Bond & grossed $600 million worldwide. This item has now SOLD.