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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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-To coincide with the 25th film, No Time To Die", The Royal Mint has launched the third coin in its James Bond series -When combined, the coins reveal the famous 007 motif. Special editions of the coins also feature micro text which contains a hidden message -As part of the collection, The Royal Mint has also created the world?s first James Bond bullion bars ?? ??The Royal Mint will launch the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day. The three-coin series depicts classic moments from the films - including an Aston Martin DB5, James Bond?s famous tuxedo, and the ?Wet Nellie? submarine ? combining to reveal the famous 007 motif. In keeping with the world of espionage, The Royal Mint has also unveiled a special edition range of two-ounce silver and gold coins which contain a hidden message. Using the latest laser technology, the coins feature micro text of the first 24 film titles. With the help of a magnifying glass, some of the letters appear bold and raised ? revealing the title of the 25th James Bond film; No Time To Die. Clare Maclennan, Divisional Director of Commemorative Coin at The Royal Mint said: ?We are thrilled to unveil the final coin in our James Bond collection on global James Bond Day - celebrating a British icon and arguably the world?s most famous spy. ?As the original maker of coins, we?re always looking for innovative ways to bring designs to life, and engage new collectors. Each coin in this series celebrates an iconic element of the James Bond movies, and when viewed together they reveal a bigger story. Using the skill of our designers and the latest technology we?ve created something truly unique to celebrate the latest James Bond movie, and add to the joy of coin collecting.??? As part of the James Bond Collection, The Royal Mint has created the world?s first James Bond gold and silver bullion bars. Available in 1oz or 10oz, it is the first time that The Royal Mint has created bullion bars with special edition designs ? combining iconic design with an investment product. The three coins are available in several editions, from a Brilliant Uncirculated version to precious metal coins in silver and gold proof. Furthermore, the ?Inspired Innovation? editions include micro-text of the twenty-five film titles which require a magnifying glass to read. 07 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint launched the final coin in its James Bond collection on global James Bond Day on 5 October, 2020. Photo credit: Royal Mint/ MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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Goldfinger... The Royal Mint has unveiled these James Bond-themed bullion bars. The world's first 007 bullion bars are available in both gold and silver. The design on the precious metal bar features all 25 official James Bond film titles, including Goldfinger and the now-delayed latest movie, No Time To Die. The limited edition bars are available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver. They will be priced in line with fluctuating prices of silver and gold, meaning they could range in price from around ?L30 GBP for the one ounce silver bar, up to as much as ?L1,600 GBP for the gold one ounce bar. Each bullion bar features a unique design ?making it a collectable item as well as an investment option, according to Britain's Royal Mint. The bars feature the iconic secret agent's 007 emblem and bear the 2020 date ? the year the 25th James Bond film was set to be released. Andrew Dickey, Divisional Director of Precious Metals Division at The Royal Mint said: ?As a leader in precious metals, The Royal Mint?s bullion range is recognised by investors across the globe and admired for the standards of quality and accuracy that you?d expect from a world-leading mint. ?From Goldfinger to GoldenEye, gold has been featured heavily in the James Bond films, and we feel the popularity of the franchise, combined with the appeal of gold, will be a big hit with our customers.? He added: ?Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible." It comes after the launch of a commemorative coin range that launched earlier this year, featuring three coin designs which, when placed together, reveal the famous 007 motif. The James Bond precious metal bar is available in One Ounce Gold, One Ounce Silver and the heaviest in the James Bond range the Ten-Ounce Silver bar. No Time To Die was originally scheduled for release in April this year, but has since been postponed twice due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The film is now due for release on 2 April 2021. Please credit The Royal Mint / MEGA. 06 Oct 2020 Pictured: The Royal Mint James Bond bullion bars are available in gold and silver. Photo credit: THE ROYAL MINT/MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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