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James Bond 007 Legacy Series - 3rd Issue 2023 $1 1oz Silver Proof Coloured Coin

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  • Official licensed product - Unique James Bond collectable!
  • Celebrates the fourth Bond actor Timothy Dalton
  • Struck from 1oz of 99.99% pure silver to Proof quality
  • Tuvalu legal tender - spans 40.90mm in diameter
  • Limited mintage of 5,000 coins worldwide!
  • Arrives in stunning presentation packaging!

Timothy Dalton was the fourth actor to play fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond on the big screen.

Dalton’s career began in English repertory theatre before he moved to television and in 1968 he made his first film. Cementing his reputation in all three mediums over the ensuing decade, the actor’s output included several stage productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Dalton’s preference for gritty realism saw Bond’s cinema persona become more nuanced, aligning with what he said was Fleming’s “man of contradictions and opposites”.

The actor’s darker, more cold-hearted interpretation culminated in 1989’s Licence To Kill, which saw Bond defy spy agency MI5 to settle a personal vendetta. Dalton’s tenure was brief but pivotal, leaving 007 to enter the millennium’s final decade as a serious action hero.

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Downies Collectables

James Bond 007 Legacy Series - 3rd Issue 2023 $1 1oz Silver Proof Coloured Coin

$139.00 AUD

Timothy Dalton was the fourth actor to play fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond on the big screen.

Dalton’s career began in English repertory theatre before he moved to television and in 1968 he made his first film. Cementing his reputation in all three mediums over the ensuing decade, the actor’s output included several stage productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Dalton’s preference for gritty realism saw Bond’s cinema persona become more nuanced, aligning with what he said was Fleming’s “man of contradictions and opposites”.

The actor’s darker, more cold-hearted interpretation culminated in 1989’s Licence To Kill, which saw Bond defy spy agency MI5 to settle a personal vendetta. Dalton’s tenure was brief but pivotal, leaving 007 to enter the millennium’s final decade as a serious action hero.

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