007 joins the high-end card world with 2023 Upper Deck Black Diamond James Bond. Each Hobby box has one autograph, diamond relic or gold nugget relic card.
Joining the UD ranks for the first time, 2019 Upper Deck 007 James Bond Collection contains two autographs per box to go along with multiple inserts and parallels.
Led by Daniel Craig autographs, 2017 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives Final Edition is the last of the throwback sets for the spy franchise. Each box features two signed cards.
2016 Rittenhouse James Bond Classics concentrates on the The World Is Not Enough but also offers coverage for other Bond films. Top signers include Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore, and Sophie Marceau.
2016 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives Spectre Edition tackles the recent Bond film with a detailed release. Each box contains two autographs from a list that includes Roger Moore, Jane Seymour and Dave Bautista.
2015 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives has a base set for Quantum of Solace as well as throwback inserts for three older Bond films. Autograph signers include Halle Berry, Roger Moore and Christopher Lee.
2014 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives goes in-depth into several 007 including the base set that is dedicated to Casino Royale. Autograph signers include Pierce Brosnan, Roger Moore and Teri Hatcher.
2013 Rittenhouse James Bond Autographs and Relics focuses largely on Skyfall, the highest-grossing film in the franchise’s history. Daniel Craig and Teri Hatcher are among the set’s signers. Boxes include 2 autographs and 1 numbered Skyfall Relic Card.
2012 Rittenhouse James Bond 50th Anniversary Series 2 continues to honor the super spy’s cinematic history. Continuing from the first set, highlights include several high-end autographs and Shadowbox inserts.
2012 Rittenhouse James Bond 50th Anniversary is packed with lots of value, including three autographs per box, the first Bond Shadowbox cards and a 108-card set dedicated to Dr. No.
It might not be the most universally loved James Bond film, but 1979 Topps Moonraker is one of the most readily available and iconic trading card sets in the franchise’s history.
The first major James Bond trading card set to focus on a single film, 1966 Philadelphia Gum James Bond Thunderball has a total of 66 different cards. Get full details on the set as well as a full checklist, images and more.
007 has a long legacy in the hobby. For collectors in North America, 1965 Philadelphia Gum James Bond is where it all began. The 66-card set includes cards from Dr. No, From Russia with Love and Goldfinger.