The introduction of globally-standardised sleeve design was implemented in the UK in 1995 with the first of many VHS releases to sport the so-called 'baby hands' key-art.
OO7 debuted on home-video in the United Kingdom in 1982 with VHS and Betamax releases of all titles up to and including For Your Eyes Only (the latest Bond movie at the time). Released prior to the overhaul of the British film classification system, releases from this period are popularly termed 'pre-certificate' ('pre-cert.') editions. Between 1982 and 1987, Pre-cert titles were sold to video libraries.
The first UK 'sell-through' (retail) edition (silver-sleeve) was released in 1987, in 'small box' packaging, to coincide with the 25th anniversary of the 'Eon' film series.
A second 'sell-through' edition, the blue-sleeve series, was released in 1989. Also in 1989, the pre-cert titles appeared on the retail market (at a higher SRP than the 'blue' edition).
1992 saw the release of 'digitally remastered' transfers (i.e. mastered in the digital chain but issued on analogue formats). This edition marks the first marketing of OO7 in the 'widescreen' (i.e. 4x3 letterboxed) format. The only OO7 back-catalogue title not to be issued with this remastered range was, On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
above: Warner Home Video UK catalogue (June 1982, page 1)