This morning, The Royal Mint launched one of the most highly anticipated coins of the year… Bond, James Bond.
Watch Lauren and Paul reveal the brand-new coin and talk all things Bond in the video below …
8th May 1945 brought with it the beginning of the end of World War II. As Churchill took to the radio to announce that the conflict which had consumed the continent for six years was finally over, the nation rejoiced and VE Day became a defining moment in the history of the nation. 75 years…Read More
Royal Mail have just revealed a set of 10 NEW James Bond stamps celebrating the release of the record-breaking 25th Bond film – No Time to Die, this Spring. The stamp issue pays tribute to all 6 iconic Bonds and their contribution to the character at the heart of British identity, as well as four…Read More
What a year 2020 is shaping up to be for coin collectors! In a Royal Proclamation, The Royal Mint have announced the release of a series of Dinosaur 50p coins – the very FIRST time our pre-historic ancestors will have featured on an Official UK coin! Three designs have been announced, including the Megalosaurus, Iguanodon and…Read More
80 years ago, Batman, made his first comic book appearance. Since then the world’s favourite superhero has gone on to star in his very own Comic Book, countless TV Series, video games and films, winning the hearts of the world with his anti-hero personality and vigilante activities.
Here at Collectology we’re already bursting with the excitement for the next Batman film but as it’s not out until June 2021, we have curated a stunning range of Batman collectables that will help make that time pass a little faster!Read More
Last year’s Bohemian Rhapsody box-office hit has revived the nation’s interest into one of the greatest rock bands of the 20th century. Of Course it wouldn’t be Queen without the one and only Freddie Mercury. There has always been a massive interest in collectables linking to Queen, so here at Collectology we’ve picked out a…Read More
50 years ago this year, a British icon was formed. Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon and, of course, Freddie Mercury came together to give us the British musical treasure; Queen. The band went on to record songs such as We Will Rock You, Bohemian Rhapsody, We are the Champions and Don’t Stop Me Now…Read More