The Royal Mint is launching the world’s first James Bond bullion bar, available in gold and silver. Bringing together the allure of precious metals and The Royal Mint’s unrivalled design capabilities, the James Bond bullion bars feature all 25 official James Bond film titles including the latest film, No Time To Die™.
Available in 999.9 fine gold and 999.9 silver, each bullion bar features a unique design – making it a collectable item as well as an investment option. The iconic 007 emblem sits at the centre of the bars, as well as featuring all 25 titles of the Bond movies in the background. All precious metal bars bear the 2020 date – the year the 25th James Bond film is 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. The latest addition is the world’s first James Bond bar available in both gold and silver – something we are all very excited to be launching.
“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.”
Andy continues, “Gold is regarded as a safe haven asset, and has increased in popularity this year as it has become more accessible. The James Bond precious metal bar, available in gold and silver, is the perfect way to celebrate the British icon that is James Bond.”
The launch of the James Bond precious metal bar follows on from the popular 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. To view the full James Bond precious metal bar collection visit www.royalmint.com/JamesBond
The Royal Mint has been synonymous with precious metals for over 1,100 years and is the trusted home of gold in the UK. They are the primary producer of bullion coins and bars in Britain, as well as offering digital investment opportunities and safe storage, combining a flair for design with expertise in metalwork. The form has evolved from coin to bar to digital asset, including Digi Gold and physically backed, exchange-traded commodities, yet the value and appeal has been consistent.
|Precious Metal Bar Description||James Bond Bar Minted Silver 10oz||James Bond Bar Minted Silver 1oz||James Bond Bar Minted Gold 1oz|
|Alloy||999.9 Ag||999.9 Ag||999.9 Au Fine Gold|
|Weight||10 oz||1 oz||1 oz|
|Size||90.02mm x 51.92mm x 4.76r||28.98mm x 49.96mm x 5.59r||49.96mm x 28.98mm|
|Obverse Designer||The Royal Mint||The Royal Mint||The Royal Mint|
|Reverse Designer||The Royal Mint||The Royal Mint||The Royal Mint|
|Additional Features||–||–||Bars individually numbered|