James Bond is one of a handful of elite agents with a ‘licence to kill’, denoted by a code name beginning with ‘00’.
In Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971, Bond tracks SPECTRE boss Blofeld to the US where he discovers his evil nemesis is stockpiling diamonds to power a space-based laser weapon. Played by Sean Connery, 007 must neutralise the satellite and prevent the supervillain from carrying out his latest threat to global stability.
The design features a moon buggy 007 uses to escape across the Nevada desert and the Bond Family Crest bearing the motto ORBIS NON SUFFICIT (the world is not enough) and the number 50, as well as the iconic diamond satellite and inscription ‘DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER’.
Each coin is presented in a 007 branded case within a themed shipper and accompanied by a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.
|Mint||The Perth Mint|
|Country Of Issue||Tuvalu|