Monday, November 15, 2021

James Bond Author Ian Fleming's Pearl Cufflinks Inscribed With Unsolved Secret Message Are Set To Fetch Up To £1,200 At Auction

 Mark Tovey at the Daily Mail offers a piece on the late, great thriller writer Ian Fleming’s mysterious cufflinks. 

A mysterious spy-like code has been found on a pair of cufflinks owned by James Bond author Ian Fleming. 

Author Fleming wore the cultured pearl set to the 'Dr No' post-film screening party in 1962.

They are now due to be auctioned - but contain a 007-esque code made up of a series of letters.

The backs of the cufflinks are inscribed with 'WUS', 'SIL', 'UDH' and 'NUF' - believed to represent a so-far unsolved secret message.  

The enigmatic cufflinks will go on sale at Mallams auctioneers in Oxford on November 17. 

You can read the rest of the piece via the below link: 

James Bond author's pearl cufflinks inscribed with unsolved secret message go up for auction | Daily Mail Online

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