Six Decades of 007: Bond of the 1960s, a striking tribute to the iconic James Bond legacy. Celebrating the thrilling era of 1960s Bond films, this coin is part of an exclusive collection marking six decades of 007’s cinematic adventures.
Crafted with precision by The Royal Mint, each coin in this collection is a showcase of exceptional artistry and commitment to quality. The reverse features the legendary ‘Little Nellie’ from “You Only Live Twice,” encapsulating the excitement and daring of Bond’s world. The obverse presents a detailed portrait of His Majesty King Charles III, designed by Martin Jennings.
Bond is Back: Experience the 1960s Bond era with the iconic flying ‘Little Nellie’ from “You Only Live Twice.”
One ounce of the finest 999.9 pure gold.
Iconic ‘gun barrel’ motif from Bond films, a symbol of timeless cinematic allure.
Rigorously tested to ensure the highest quality, upheld by an independent assurance process.
An officially licensed piece, developed in partnership with EON Productions Ltd and Danjaq, this coin is a treasure for both collectors and Bond fans.
Embrace the return of Bond with this exquisite 2024 Bullion Coin, a blend of luxury, history, and the enduring spirit of 007.
Why buy 1 oz gold coins?
Similar to other gold coins, 1 oz gold Britannia coins are exempt from VAT in the United Kingdom and all other EU member states.
They are an excellent method for dividing your precious metal holdings into smaller portions. In actuality, a large gold bar is not always the optimal choice. Even if you purchase gold bars at a lower price per gramme, a large gold bar will limit the liquidity of your investment.
Purchasing 1-ounce gold bullion coins increases the divisibility and liquidity of your investment. Instead of selling an entire gold bar when you need cash, you can sell a few gold coins. Consequently, it is worthwhile to pay a slightly higher premium.