If you haven’t yet seen the latest James Bond movie Spectre, then perhaps you should bookmark this page and view it afterwards

Palazzo, Rome from On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre , 2015 [Photo credit: ANDERSON & LOW]

Five, one-off large-scale photos from Spectre are set to fetch tens of thousands of pounds at Phillips auction house in London on 6 November.

The archival pigment prints measure 106.7×142.2cm and are each expected to raise £7,000-£9,000.

They were captured by photographers Jonathan Anderson and Edwin Low (together known as Anderson & Low) who were granted exclusive on-the-set access to the film, which was released on Monday.

The photographers said they created their ‘On the set of James Bond’s Spectre’ series by choosing as their subjects the spectacular shots for which the Bond films are known.

‘They explore the idea of a constructed narrative, and the relationship between reality and fantasy,’ added Phillips in a statement.

Two of the photographers’ portraits from previous Bond film Skyfall were acquired by the National Portrait Gallery.

The Spectre images form part of Phillips’ Photographs sale, which takes place on 6 November at 30, Berkeley Square, London W1J 6EX.

The photos are available to view from 30 October-6 November.

For details visit Phillips website.

Oberhauser's Control Room , Morocco ©Anderson&Low AllRightsReseOberhauser’s Control Room, Morocco from On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre, 2015 [Photo credit: ANDERSON & LOW]

Old MI6 Building ©Anderson&Low AllRightsReservedOld MI6 Building from On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre, 2015 [Photo credit: ANDERSON & LOW]

Secret Room, Tangier Hotel ©Anderson&Low AllRightsReservedSecret Room, Tangier Hotel from On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre, 2015 [Photo credit: ANDERSON & LOW]

Shooting Gallery, Old MI6 Building ©Anderson&Low AllRightsReserShooting Gallery, Old MI6 Building from On the Set of James Bond’s Spectre, 2015 [Photo credit: ANDERSON & LOW]