JUST 250 collectors can own the James Bond Edition SIGNED by Miss Caru
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JUST 250 collectors can own the James Bond Edition SIGNED by Miss Caruso

Today, you can be one of JUST 250 Collectors worldwide to own the strictly limited Framed Edition featuring the James Bond Stamps, signed by Bond Girl Miss Caruso herself, from Live and Let Die – actress Maddy Smith.

must-have piece of James Bond memorabilia, the SIGNED Edition comprises Royal Mail’s BRAND NEW official Collector Sheet.  Featuring all six portrayals of 007 in film, from Connery to Craig, and ten specially commissioned Philatelic Labels featuring the most iconic cars from their films, the stamps have been issued to celebrate the milestone 25th film this year, No Time To Die.

Significantly, the stamps are officially postmarked by Royal Mail with a special cancellation on their first day of issue – 17 March 2020. 

Importantly, JUST 250 James Bond Stamps SIGNED Editions will ever be issued WORLDWIDE.  That makes this presentation one of the most limited ways to own these sought-after James Bond stamps…

JUST 250 Collectors can own the exclusive SIGNED Edition of the James Bond stamps, hand-signed by Bond Girl Miss Caruso from Live and Let Die. To secure yours before anyone else, click ‘Add to Basket’ now.

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  • Actual Size of Frame: A4
  • Stamps: GB 2020 James Bond Collector Sheet
  • Postmark: 17.03.20
  • Edition Limit: 250
  • Signed by Maddy Smith

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.