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Royal Mint 1oz Gold & Silver James Bond 007 Coins Or £1,500

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2024 Six Decades of 007, Bond of the 1970s 1oz Gold Coin

This 2024 Bond of the 1970s 1oz gold coin is the second in the bullion coin series from The Royal Mint celebrating the world’s favourite spy – the Six Decades of 007 range.

Created by Ian Fleming in the 1953, James Bond became a British icon when he appeared on the big screen in 1962. Since then the MI6 agent has only grown in popularity, as new actors made the character their own.

This second coin in the series celebrates the bond movies of the 1970s when Roger Moore brought a new level of charm and sophistication to the British spy in classic movies like ‘Live and Let Die’ and ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. The coin features the legendary ‘Wet Nellie’ Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me.

Each 2024 Bond of the 1970s 1oz gold coin contains one troy ounce of 999.9 fine gold and is struck to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard. The coin has a value of £100 meaning that for UK residents it is exempt from Capital Gains Tax. The gold bullion coin has a limited mintage of just 5,000 coins.

2024 Six Decades of 007, Bond of the 1970s 1oz Silver Coin

This 2024 Bond of the 1970’s 1oz silver coin is the second in the bullion series from The Royal Mint celebrating the world’s favourite spy – the Six Decades of 007 range.

Created by Ian Fleming in the 1953, James Bond became a British icon when he appeared on the big screen in 1962. Since then the MI6 agent has only grown in popularity, as new actors made the character their own.

This second coin in the series celebrates the bond movies of the 1970s when Roger Moore brought a new level of charm and sophistication to the British spy in classic movies such as ‘Live and Let Die’ and ‘The Man with the Golden Gun’. The coin features the legendary ‘Wet Nellie’ Lotus Esprit S1 from The Spy Who Loved Me.

Each 2024 Bond of the 70’s 1oz silver coin contains one troy ounce of 999 pure silver and is struck to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard. The coin has a value of £2 meaning that for UK residents it is exempt from Capital Gains Tax. The silver bullion coin has a limited mintage of 100,000.

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2024 Six Decades of 007, Bond of the 1960s 1oz Gold Coin

This 2024 Bond of the 1960s 1oz gold bullion coin marks the start of a brand new bullion series from The Royal Mint celebrating the world’s favourite spy, the Six Decades of 007 range.

First created by Ian Fleming in the 1953, James Bond became a British icon when he appeared on the big screen in 1962. Since then the MI6 agent has only grown in popularity, as new actors made the character their own.

To celebrate Bond’s enduring legacy this Royal Mint series recreates classic scenes from each decade in a line of beautiful gold and silver coins. This first coin in the series celebrates the bond movies of the 1960s when Sean Connery defined Bond’s charm and machismo, creating one of the most characters of the 1060s. It features the ‘Little Nellie’ autogyro which James Bond flies into a volcano to discover Blofeld’s lair in You Only Live Twice.

Each coin contains one troy ounce of 999.9 fine gold and is struck to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard. The coin has a value of £100 meaning that for UK residents it is exempt from Capital Gains Tax. The gold bullion coin has a limited mintage of just 5,000 coins.

2024 Six Decades of 007, Bond of the 1960s 1oz Silver Coin

This 2024 Bond of the 1960’s 1oz silver bullion coin marks the start of a brand new bullion series from The Royal Mint celebrating the world’s favourite spy – the Six Decades of 007 range.

First created by Ian Fleming in the 1953, James Bond became a British icon when he appeared on the big screen in 1962. Since then the MI6 agent has only grown in popularity, as new actors made the character their own.

To celebrate Bond’s enduring legacy this Royal Mint series recreates classic scenes from each decade in a line of beautiful gold and silver coins. This first coin in the series celebrates the bond movies of the 1960s when Sean Connery defined the character’s charm and machismo. It features the ‘Little Nellie’ autogyro which James Bond flies into a volcano to discover Blofeld’s lair in You Only Live Twice.

Each coin contains one troy ounce of 999 pure silver and is struck to The Royal Mint’s bullion standard. The coin has a value of £2 meaning that for UK residents it is exempt from Capital Gains Tax. The silver bullion coin has a limited mintage of 100,000.

This competition is open to UK residents aged 18 or over. You may enter this competition up to 1000 times. You will be randomly allocated ticket number(s) when ordering and will receive an email confirmation. The total amount of tickets for this competition is (79999). If all tickets do not sell out, the draw will happen on July 12, 2024 regardless. You must answer the competition question correctly to be entered into the live draw. Incorrect entries will not be notified or entered into the live draw. You may enter the competition online, or for free by post by sending your entry to Trade Tool Giveaways on a postcard. You must have an account on Trade Tool Giveaways for your entry to be processed. All details on your entry MUST correspond to the details on your account to receive the order confirmation and ticket number. Postal entries received without a registered account cannot be processed. The live draw will take place on Trade Tool Giveaways Facebook page using Google’s random number generator to select the winning ticket number from all Entrants. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by or associated with Facebook, Apple or Google. By entering the competitions, Entrants agree that neither Facebook, Apple nor Google have any liability and are not responsible for the administration or promotion of this competition.

How many times can I enter this competition?

You can enter this competition up to 1000 times.

How do I get my number?

Once your order has been placed your ticket number(s) will be randomly allocated and will show on your order confirmation. They will also be emailed to you, and will be available in the my account area.

How is the winner chosen?

The draw is done live on Facebook using a random number generator to determine the winning ticket number. You’ll be contacted directly if you have won.

Can the draw date change?

If all the entries are sold sooner the draw will be brought forward. Keep updated on the confirmed draw date via our Facebook page and website.

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