2022 is a historic year for James Bond fans as it marks 60 years since 007 first appeared on the big screen. To commemorate the occasion, The Perth Mint has teamed up with Tuvalu for a stunning new silver coin featuring an anniversary design. These fully licensed specimens are the perfect way for Bond fans to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the iconic British spy. Now, 2... Read More
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James Bond has been the definition of the iconic action hero for sixty years: facing down villains of every kind in exotic locations around the globe, enjoying the finest in luxury and the most up-to-date gadgets of the age, while embodying the traits and char... Read More
The world continues its wait for the newest James Bond film to drop in theaters and online, and while fans of the British secret agent wait, Perth Mint continues to celebrate the legacy of the series with silver bullion coins. Now, 2022 1 oz Colorized Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: ... Read More
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In 1971, Eon Productions released Diamonds Are Forever. The seventh feature film in the Bond franchise, the movie marked the return of Sean Connery to the role of James Bond. In 2021, the film marked its 50th anniversary and the Royal Mint was part of the cele... Read More
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With the release of the 25th official James Bond film in 2021 and the anniversary dates for several older films in the franchise all coming in the same year, there has been no shortage of silver coins for sale to commemo... Read More
The first big-screen outing of Ian Fleming's fictional heroic spy James Bond was 1962's Dr. No, setting in motion a decades-spanning entertainment franchise and affording Sean Connery the opportunity to establish his iconic take on the character, which some fans would argue remains definitive to this day. In his debut film, Bond goes to the Caribbean to encounter the all... Read More
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In 2022, the James Bond film franchise celebrates its 60th anniversary. The first Bond film to hit theaters around the world was Dr. No, a film released in 1962 by Eon Productions with Sean Connery in the role of James Bond. Now 60 years later, Daniel Craig is the most recent actor to fill the role and recently completed his fifth, a... Read More
The third actor to play the immortal gentleman spy James Bond on the big screen, Roger Moore came to the role with a long series of popular action characters to his credit, most notably the debonair Simon "The Saint" Templar in a long-running series during the Sixties. When he came to the Bond franchise, he brought a new tone to the character, simultaneously suave, sophist... Read More
One of film's longest-running and most successful franchises, the James Bond movies began with Dr. No in 1962 and are still going strong six decades and six different leading men later. The iconic James Bond formula brought together exotic locations, beautiful women, deadly villains, and larger-than-life action, the same basic ingredients that went into the literary adve... Read More
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James Bond has defined the movie action hero through six decades and over two dozen adventures on the big screen. Played by six iconic leading men, Bond has battled a vast array of dastardly villains in exotic locales around the world, wielded an arsenal of hy... Read More
In 1962, the standard for spy films was set when Sean Connery stepped into the role of Ian Fleming’s British Secret Service agent, James Bond. In 2022, the world celebrates the 60th anniversary of the Bond film franchise just as the 25th film in the series was released. Right now, 2022 1 oz Proof Tuvalu Gold 60 Years of Bond Rectangular Coins are available to purchase on... Read More
There are few fictional characters as well known to the modern world than James Bond. Debuting in a 1952 novel from British author Ian Fleming, Bond lives on to this day through 12 original novels, 2 original short-story collections, and 25 films from Eon Productions. With an upcoming 25th feature film in 2020, mints around the world have collectible and investment-grade p... Read More
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Skyfall was one of the unique releases in the James Bond feature film franchise. The 2012 release of the film was the 23rd in the franchise of Eon Productions films and the third film with Daniel Craig in the leading role as the British secret agent. The storyline of Skyfall built on some of the tenets of Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace. Now, 2020 5 Gram Australian Jam... Read More
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James Bond has been entertaining the masses for more than 60 years since his debut on the novels of Ian Fleming in 1953. The fictional British Secret Service agent was widely known as 007, but introduced himself while undercover as Bond, James Bond. Today, 2022 1 oz Colorized Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins are available to you online at JM Bullion. Coin Highl... Read More
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From Sean Connery to Daniel Craig, countless actors have portrayed one of the suavest secret agents the world has ever seen: James Bond. Created by author Ian Fleming in 1953, Bond feature films have captivated audiences around the world since the debut of Dr. No in 1962. Since that film’s release, 23 more films have been released through the planned 2020 release of No T... Read More
A new series of silver foils have been introduced by the Perth Mint honoring the upcoming James Bond feature films, No Time To Die. One of five theatrical movie posters replicated on silver foils, the No Time To Die foil release is accompanied by the movie poster designs from the other four films in which Daniel Craig played the lead role as James Bond. Today, 2020 5 Gram ... Read More
The variety of silver for sale has increased in recent years beyond just silver coins, bars, and rounds. One of the more recent introductions has been the silver foil. In many cases, silver foils are used to present full-color artwork in unique collectible pieces. The Perth Mint has captured the momentum in this product lineup with a new silver foil collection featuring or... Read More
James Bond has proven one of the most successful feature film franchises in the history of cinema. While other feature films captured billions at the box office in a single release or issued several films over the course of a decade or two like Marvel feature films, James Bond has been regaling audiences over the course of seven decades from the 1960s to the 2020s. Today, ... Read More
Released in 2015, Spectre was the fourth feature film in the franchise with Daniel Craig at the helm as the eponymous character, James Bond. Spectre was released just three years after Skyfall and was the second consecutive film directed by Sam Mendes. The Perth Mint’s silver foil series of James Bond movie posters come with all five feature films starring Craig as Bond.... Read More
One of the smallest gold coins for sale is the 1/2 Gram gold coin. Offered in only a handful of collections and select commemorative issues, 1/2 Gram gold coins are an affordable option when it comes to gold. The Perth Mint’s James Bond Series now features a small 1/2 Gram gold coin honoring the long-running franchise. Right now, 2020 1/2 Gram Tuvalu James Bond Series 00... Read More
James Bond has fascinated generations of readers and moviegoers. What started out as a series of spy novels and short stories in the 1950s, the James Bond franchise has grown to include 25 official feature films, a growing library of written stories, and a number of different men who are still known to this day as Bond, James Bond. Now, 2021 1/2 Gram Tuvalu James Bond Seri... Read More
In 1995, the James Bond feature film franchise returned to the big screen following its longest halt in production since the series debuted in 1962. When the series returned to the big screen, there were several new faces in the franchise. 2020 marks the 25th anniversary of the film that relaunched the franchise, GoldenEye. Right now... Read More
As the world rejoices in the release of the 25th official James Bond feature film in 2021, it is also time to mark a historical moment in the history of this franchise. Forty years ago, in 1981, the Bond film For Your Eyes Only debuted in theaters with actor Roger Moore once again filling the shoes as the British secret agent. Now, 2... Read More
The world is waiting in 2020 for the release of the 25th James Bond feature film in the history of the iconic spy franchise. What started as a spy novel series written by Ian Fleming eventually came to the big screen in 1962 with Sean Connery in the leading role as James Bond. With the release of a new feature film on the horizon, the Perth Mint and others around the globe... Read More
James Bond remains one of the most beloved fictional characters of the 20th century as Bond films carry the legacy of the British spy into the 21st century. The actors who have portrayed Bond on the big screen have gone done in film history as some of the most acclaimed for their portrayal of the super spy. In a new series from the Perth Mint, the legacy of James Bond come... Read More
A limited-edition James Bond Series of gold and silver bullion coins is now available from the Perth Mint. Introduced in gold bullion, silver bullion, and a 1 oz silver high-relief proof, the coins all share the same design of the 007 logo with the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Now, the 2020 1 oz Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coin in high relief is ava... Read More
The series of James Bond Movie Poster silver foils from the Perth Mint gains its largest format to date with the release of brand-new imagery celebrating the anticipated release of No Time To Die. The film itself may be delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn’t mean the celebration of all-things Bond has to wait. Now, 2020 35 Gram Australian Silver James Bond Mo... Read More
There’s no fictional character more beloved and enticing than James Bond. The suave, rugged, and charismatic agent works as a British spy with MI6 and is known by his code number, 007. 2020 brings with it the 25th installment in the feature film franchise that has been delighting fans since 1962 when the first film was released. Now, 10 oz British James Bond No Time To D... Read More
2021 marks the 50th anniversary of the epic James Bond film, Diamonds Are Forever. The seventh film in the franchise, Diamonds Are Forever marked the final appearance of legendary actor Sean Connery in the titular role of James Bond in an Eon Productions film. Right now, 10 oz British James Bond Diamonds Are Forever Silver Bars are available to purchase online from JM Bull... Read More
There is no secret agent in the world more famous and well-known in all corners of the world than James Bond. In fact, James Bond might just be one of the most famous Brits of the 20th century. With a 25th feature film on the horizon, mints around the world have been producing coins to honor the occasion. Right now, 2020 1 oz Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Gold Coins in a ca... Read More
The Royal Mint has an exceptional new bullion bar release honoring the 50th anniversary of one of the most popular early James Bond Films. In the new James Bond Diamonds Are Forever bullion release, the Royal Mint offers a distinctive design that matches the style and flair of James Bond in the feature film Diamonds Are Forever. Now, 1 oz British James Bond Diamonds Are Fo... Read More
One of the most iconic feature-film characters of the last 60 years is the British Secret Service character James Bond. The longest-running feature film franchise in history, James Bond is based on a novel series and has been adapted for television, radio, comic strips, and video games beyond its feature-film presentations. A new series of silver a... Read More
Authors around the world have introduced fictional characters that captivated the imagination of millions around the world. However, few of those characters are as popular as James Bond. The fictional character was first written about in 1953 and was said to be a British secret service agent serving in MI6. Since that time, Bond has been a part of popular culture for seven decades. The latest installment of Bond expeditions comes with the 2020 release of the 25th feature film in the Eon Productions franchise of Bond films. In honor of this release, mints across the globe have been issuing commemorative James Bond silver for investors and collectors. Below, you can read more about the variety of James Bond-themed silver.
The Perth Mint of Western Australia has issued two distinctive James Bond-themed silver coins for investors and collectors. The first of these issues was the James Bond Series 007 Silver Coin. The reverse field of these 2020 Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins features one of the simplest, yet most iconic, symbols of the Bond franchise. In the opening moments of every James Bond film produced to date, a stylized gun barrel swivels around and eventually takes aim at the silhouette of James Bond. Bond then turns and fires his gun at the barrel and the “007” logo swoops into view. This moment is captured on the reverse of the first Tuvalu-issued Bond silver coins.
On the obverse of the 2020 Tuvalu James Bond Series 007 Silver Coins, the Perth Mint uses the fifth-generation effigy of the Queen. While Australian coinage has moved on to the Jody Clark depiction of the Queen, Elizabeth II is still rendered on Tuvaluan coins in the 1998 design from Ian Rank-Broadley in which she wears the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.
The first Tuvalu release of the James Bond Series 007 Silver coin came with two distinctive 1 oz silver options. While the designs were the same on each coin, the visuals and availability were not the same. The 1 oz silver coin in Brilliant Uncirculated condition had a limited mintage of only 30,000 silver coins and shipped with protective plastic capsules. The 1 oz High Relief Proof coin had several distinctive features. For starters, the 007 logo on the reverse is colorized with a golden finish. The high-relief strike delivers greater visual depth to the design field and higher relief on the design elements. These coins have a limited mintage of only 5,000 silver coins. The specimens are housed in a black presentation case with a themed 007 shipper and a Certificate of Authenticity.
For the second commemorative release of James Bond silver, the Perth Mint later released a design specifically in honor of the upcoming 25th feature film. The 2020 Proof Tuvalu James Bond Series No Time To Die Coins have a brilliant action scene in the reverse design. In this James Bond release, the coin features an image of Bond on a motorcycle as he rides from one rooftop to another through a busy city. The inscription on this face of the coin includes large block text that states “NO TIME TO DIE,” with the 007 emblem next to it. The coins have the same obverse as the first release.
As proof coins, this release comes with a mintage of only 5,000 silver coins. The coins have a numbered Certificate of Authenticity, a themed display box, and a James Bond-themed shipper. The proof coins have frosted designs and mirrored fields.
Around the same time the Perth Mint was issuing its first James Bond silver, the Royal Mint of England released the first of its own James Bond designs. The Royal Mint’s 007 collection features two coin designs and the first-ever James Bond-themed bullion bar series. First up in its collection was the Bond, James Bond release.
In the 2020 Proof British Bond, James Bond release, the Royal Mint of England features the common obverse design found on all British coins. Queen Elizabeth II is shown on the obverse of the coins in right-profile relief. This is the definitive fifth-generation design created in July 2015 by Jody Clark. It depicts the Queen with the George IV State Diadem Crown on her head. Each of the coins from the Royal Mint comes with proof visuals incorporating contrasting frosted designs and mirrored background fields.
On the reverse side of 2020 Proof British Bond, James Bond coins, you will find a depiction of one of the earliest Bond sports cards to feature in the franchise. Bond is known among his peers at MI6 as 007, his codename, but when he’s in public, he has a unique way of introducing himself. He always introduces himself as “Bond, James Bond.” The reverse side of the coins in this first British release shows a side profile from the driver’s side of the car. This is the Aston Martin DB5, the first supercar in a Bond film. The Aston Martin DB5 was a British luxury grand tourer that was released in 1963. The car drives through a large “0” at the start of 007 within the design field.
The Bond, James Bond release includes 1/2 oz and 1 oz silver coins. The 1/2 oz silver coin is packaged inside of a 007-themed black presentation display with a clear lid, and it has a limited mintage of only 15,007 coins. The 1 oz silver coin is housed in a traditional Royal Mint black display and has a limited mintage of only 7,007 coins. Both coins ship inside of themed shippers with a Certificate of Authenticity included.
In the second James Bond release from the Royal Mint of England, another of the famous James Bond sports cards is depicted on the reverse. In the 2020 Proof British Pay Attention 007 Silver Coins, the reverse field of the design element depicts the Lotus Espirit sports car. The particular car shown here is known as Wet Nellie and was used in The Spy Who Loved Me, the 10th James Bond feature film released in 1977 with Roger Moore portraying Bond. Matt Dent and Christian Davies designed the image of the Wet Nellie, a modified Lotus Espirit that Bond could use as a submarine when the mission called for it. The design attempted to capture the Wet Nellie while underwater, with the car set at an angle and telltale bubbles in the field. The obverse features the same effigy of Queen Elizabeth II as the first release.
For the Pay Attention 007 silver coin release, the Royal Mint of England offers 1/2 oz, 1 oz, and 2 oz silver coin options. The 1/2 oz silver coin is packaged the same as the Bond, James Bond release. The 1 oz and 2 oz silver coins are also packaged inside of individual presentation boxes. All of the coins come with a Certificate of Authenticity, and the mintages are the same:
In a first for James Bond-themed silver, the Royal Mint of England released James Bond silver bullion bars in the fall of 2020. The bars were part of a release series that included a 1 oz gold bar as well, with the same designs used on all releases. The obverse side of the James Bond No Time To Die Silver Bars includes the Royal Mint of England logo at the top of the field, the 007 emblem in the center of the design field, and the weight, purity, and metal content at the bottom. The bars also have a unique serial number inscribed at the bottom of the obverse.
On the reverse face of James Bond No Time To Die Silver bars, you will find large text lettering with the name of the upcoming 25th feature film from Eon Productions. The letters read “NO TIME TO DIE” and the background field of the bars features the names of the other iconic feature films in the history of the Bond franchise. The silver bars have unique visual elements that include alternating frosted and polished fields.
The bars are available from the Royal Mint of England with protective plastic sleeves. The 1 oz silver bar is limited to a production of just 70,000 bars, while the 10 oz silver bar is limited to a production of only 6,000 bars.
The Perth Mint issues the coins available for the island nation of Tuvalu. Located in the city of Perth, Western Australia, the Perth Mint is the oldest operating mint in the nation of Australia. It was originally opened in 1899 as the third and final Royal Mint branch facility in the nation. Australia launched its federation movement three years later and the Perth Mint would continue to provide coining capacity to the nation through the next six decades. When Australia launched its own sovereign mint in 1965 with the founding of the Royal Australian Mint, the Perth Mint was transferred from British hands to the state government of Western Australia. Though it is not authorized to issue national coinage, its coins are legal tender.
The Royal Mint of England is one of the world’s oldest operating mints. The modern Royal Mint is a government-owned mint issuing coins for the United Kingdom and operates a state-of-the-art coining facility in Llantrisant, Wales. The Royal Mint of England can trace its roots back to the founding of the London Mint in 886 and it operated from the Tower of London for nearly 800 years before moving to Royal Mint Court. In the 1960s, the Royal Mint moved to its current location in Wales.
British author Ian Fleming created the James Bond fictional character in 1953 for the first release of a novel about the British secret service agent. All total, Fleming wrote 12 novels and two short-story collections between 1953 and his death in 1964. Eight other authors later took up the Bond mantle in writing authorized novels and short-story collections. In 1962, Eon Productions adapted the original Bond novels from Fleming into feature films.
In all, 26 features films have been made, with 2020’s No Time To Die scheduled to be the 27th. Eon Productions has developed 24 of the existing 26 films and also produced the upcoming 27th film as its 25th film. Through the 1960s and early 1980s, James Bond feature films were released at a pace of roughly one movie every other year. Sean Connery is the most iconic of the Bond actors. He featured in the first five feature films in row, six of the first seven films, and seven in all with his appearance in 1983’s Never Say Never Again. That film was one of only two not produced by Eon Productions, making Connery the only man to portray Bond in and out of the Eon Productions universe.
For the upcoming No Time To Die, Daniel Craig will step into Bond’s shoes one last time. Craig has portrayed Bond five times now from 2006 to 2020, putting him second behind only the seven appearances of Sean Connery and Roger Moore, the latter having portrayed Bond seven times in a row in the 1970s and 1980s. Craig has already announced that his appearance as Bond in No Time To Die will be his final time as the British secret agent.
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