How Much Would You Pay For Daniel Craig's Swim Trunks?

By: Brandon Voss

Get ready, pervy swimsuit-sniffers, because Christie's auction house in London is hosting a "50 Years of James Bond" auction to coincide with the 50th birthday of the spy movie franchise; the first Bond flick, Dr. No, was released in 1962, and the most recent, Skyfall, is in U.S. theaters Nov. 9.

Kicking off Oct. 5, which has been designated Global James Bond Day, the auction includes all sorts of Bond memorabilia and paraphernalia, but you'll want to keep an eye on Lot 49: the navy and powder blue La Perla trunks that hunky Daniel Craig so beautifully filled out in Casino Royale. Proceeds from the sale of the trunks, which are expected to go for $4,600-$7,500, will be donated to Women For Women

We probably can't afford to place a bid, but the item definitely makes us want to bang our gavel and scream, "Sold!"