James Bond star Daniel Craig well and truly leaves his stamp on the iconic film series… as he poses next to his Aston Martin in mega-hit Skyfall.
Daniel, and the five Bonds before him, feature on stamps marking the 25th Bond movie, No Time To Die.
The pack of 10 from Royal Mail show the nation’s super spy through the ages from Sean Connery in the 1964 epic Goldfinger to modern day Daniel.
Four stamps in the Q Branch Miniature sheet show vehicles and gadgets made famous by 007.
These include the famous DB5, the Lotus Esprit submarine in The Spy Who Loved Me and the Thunderball jet pack.
Writing on the Q Branch stamps is revealed by UV light. Philip Parker of Royal Mail said: “James Bond is a British icon”.
They go on sale from March 17 at £12.20.
On Friday the official song for the film was released.
The title track for No Time To Die was produced by Grammy Award-winning artist and 18-year-old pop sensation Billie Eilish.
The song was written by Billie and her brother Finneas, who also produced the track with Stephen Lipson.
Orchestral arrangements were done by composer Hans Zimmer who is also scoring the film, while Johnny Marr provided the lead guitar.