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Title: New Zealand. Mitre Peak, Milford Sound Creator/Contributor: Mitchell, L. (Leonard Cornwall), (artist) Created/Published: Wellington [New Zealand] : G. Loney, Government Printer Date issued: (approximate)

Kiwi postage stamp

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The Piwakawaka

New Zealand, penny. This stamp depicts the fantail (or 'piwakawaka' in Maori) bird. The bird's name derives from its beautiful tail of twelve feathers, which broadly expands as the bird flits about.

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Custom New Zealand Kiwiana Fern and Aotearoa Script Font Lettering Calf Piece Tattoo Design_tattoo gallery

Historical NZ Stamp Print - Tui for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints - love stamps, love tuis, love nz

Historical NZ Stamp Print - Tui for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints - love stamps, love tuis, love nz

Jandal wall art - classic kiwiana

Foot Loose Jandals by Jason Kelly for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

four square shop #kiwiana

Four Square Man for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints. Original concept and drawing attributed to Dick Frizell. (Father of Otis, another great artist)

“Tip Top Milkshake”, A Kiwiana art print by NZ Artist Matt Guild...memories of childhood

“Tip Top Milkshake”, A Kiwiana art print by NZ Artist Matt Guild

Mountain Daisy for Sale - New Zealand Art Prints

Vintage Travel Poster - Southern Alps - Mountain Daisy - New Zealand - Artist unknown.

April 30  Heni Te Kiri Karamu was born in 1840 in New Zealand  She is best remembered as the compassionate heroine of the 1864 battle at Gate Pa on the outskirts of Tauranga. During a lull in the conflict, Heni heard a cry for help from a mortally wounded British officer. She crept down to where the officer lay and gave him and some others water to drink, following Romans 12:20 “If thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink” (Romans 12:20).

Heni Te Kiri Karamu aka Jane Foley was a Court interpreter and helped many Maori…

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