Last year James Bond‘s 1964 Aston Martin DB5 from Goldfinger (above) sold for a whopping $4.6 million at auction.

Even if there were another one the price would put it out of reach for most mortals.

Some special 007 accessories from the famed vehicle are on offer at a reasonable estimate however at Christie’s Popular Culture: Film & Entertainment Memorabilia sale in London on Nov. 23.

Accessories from 007′s Aston Martin at Christie’s in London

First up is an assortment of two gear stick knobs with “ejector seat” buttons from the car together with one of its original metal keys, attached to both an Aston Martin fob and Bugatti keyring (below), expected to fetch up to $1,200.

There’s also one of the Aston’s pop-up “bulletproof” screens, estimated at up to about $1,900.

Perhaps you can fit them to your own ride for doing battle with SPECTRE – and a few Bond girls….

Click to enlarge; Christie’s Images Ltd. 2011