New James Bond stamps have been released to celebrate No Time To Die - here’s what they look like

Tuesday, 18th February 2020, 11:46 am
Updated Tuesday, 18th February 2020, 11:47 am

A new set of stamps has been created by the Royal Mail to mark the release of the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die.

The 10 stamps feature the six actors who have played 007 over the years, as well as some of Q Branch's best known vehicles.

In a fitting nod to their subject matter, the Q Branch stamps also have hidden features printed on them which can only be revealed under UV light.

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What do the stamps look like?

The Royal Mail stamps depict Ian Fleming’s creation in six of his most famous films:

Casino Royale - Daniel Craig (2006)GoldenEye - Pierce Brosnan (1995)The Living Daylights - Timothy Dalton (1987)Live And Let Die - Roger Moore (1973)On Her Majesty’s Secret Service - George Lazenby (1967)Goldfinger - Sean Connery (1964)

Meanwhile, a second set of Q Branch stamps honour the franchise’s most famous vehicles:

The Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine (The Spy Who Loved Me)The Little Nellie autogyro (You Only Live Twice)The Bell-Textron jetpack (Thunderball)The Aston Martin DB5 (Skyfall)

When will they be released?

The stamps will be available from 17 March 2020, ahead of the new Bond film, No Time To Die, which hits cinemas in April.

There are also specially designed, limited edition hand stamps available.

No Time To Die theme song

Pop sensation Billie Eilish has released the theme song for the upcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die. The 18 year old is the youngest singer in history to record a theme song for the long-running film franchise.

Producers of No Time To Die (in which Daniel Craig will reprise his role as 007) said Eilish co-wrote the song with her brother, Finneas O’Connell.

O’Connell, a musician and actor in his own right, has collaborated successfully with his younger sister before.

The 22 year old, who starred on hit US show Glee, co-wrote Eilish’s debut single Ocean Eyes.