New Zealand Coins

When the country was an English colony, New Zealanders used English shillings and pence as well as coins brought by Dutch, French, and other European traders, just as we did in the 17th and 18th centuries. New Zealand began to produce its own coins in 1933. But it used the English system of pounds, shillings, and pence until 1967, when it switched to the 100-cents-per-dollar system.
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New Zealand George V silver Waitangi Proof Set 1935, KM-PS3, mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set (KM-1/6) -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

New Zealand George V silver Waitangi Proof Set mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set 1935, KM-PS3, mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set (KM-1/6) -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set 1935, mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set 1935, mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set (KM-1/6) -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

George V silver Waitangi Proof Set mintage of only 364 pieces of each denomination included in the set -- crown, halfcrown, florin, shilling, sixpence and threepence.

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Feng Shui Cranes coin and a Feng Shui Koi coin Cranes symbolizing authority and wisdom. Koi are symbolic of unity and fidelity

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2014 Year of the Horse 1 oz Gold Plated Silver Coin The Horse is the seventh animal in the twelve year Zodiac cycle. Exciting and extroverted, vivid and animated, those born during the Year of the Horse are the life of any party they attend. They are bursting with energy, always looking for the next place to kick up their heels and hang loose.

Lunar year of the horse 1 oz silver coin

Feng Shui - Feng Shui Horses, Feng Shui Cranes, Feng Shui Koi

Feng Shui - Feng Shui Horses, Feng Shui Cranes, Feng Shui Koi

New Zealand, New Zealand: Milner  Thompson (Christchurch) Penny token,...

Milner & Thompson (Christchurch) Penny token, the famous undated (circa Maori Chief issue, this - Available at 2009 January New York, NY.


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