The men’s men’s backpack featured the iconic James Bond logo on the front, with a number and date code to signify its use.
It is one of a number of items featured in the first movie that Bond wore while in the secret police agency S.I.N. in the 1950s.
The other is a pair of earrings made from leather from a different style of the same design, which were used in the movie’s ending credits.
In an interview with The Associated Press last month, Bond’s friend and fellow Bond, Timothy Dalton, said he thought the bag was a “really cool and unique look.”
Dalton added that the mens leather backpack is now in the collection of the British Museum, where it has been on display since 2002.
The bag is not the only one Bond’s used while on a mission in the film.
Another leather bag with the same iconic logo was used in “Die Another Day,” a 1984 Bond film that was released by MGM in 1997.
The bag was originally designed by French designer Bernard Houchard and featured a black leather interior and a silver buckle.
It was also used by Bond during his travels in the United States, where he met a former girlfriend and played chess with her.