A one-of-a-kind coin, with an Aston Martin DB5 engraved on it, is the largest in size and value produced by the Royal Mint.
The coin features all symbolical identifications of the famous film: the Aston Martin has a famous BMT 216 A number plate, and the world-known ‘007’ is emphasized by a gun barrel.
During its 1,100-year history the Royal Mint made a smaller 4.4lbs gold coin of £2,000 value, but the latest creation was a challenge and a successful project to commemorate the launch of the No Time To Die.
This 185mm in diameter coin honors the James Bond film and celebrates the legendary franchise. It crowns the collection of several coins weighing over 2lbs and 4lbs – with face values ranging from £10 to £2,000 – a number of silver coins and ones made of other materials.7
The metal bars in this collection are available in gold and silver and have all of the 25 official James Bond film titles engraved on them.
The British spy saga starring Daniel Craig in his final outing as the secret agent, is hitting cinemas in the UK from early April 2020.