New Zealand, coin catalog, price

Country: New Zealand
Capital: Wellington
Currency: new Zealand dollar
Numeric code: 554
Letter code: NZD
To the South-East of Australia, in the Pacific ocean, is an island country New Zealand. The country belongs to the new Zealand archipelago, which includes two extensive Islands (North and South) and several small islets. In addition to this, in the realm of New Zealand the number of small archipelagos of Polynesia. The total area of New Zealand is 268.7 thousand square kilometers. Population – 4.5 million people. The largest metropolis and the capital Wellington.
The new Zealand dollar, which equals one hundred cents is a legal tender in all territories of New Zealand. Its local name is "kiwi". It is used not so long ago, in 1967. Before 60 years of financial policy of the country determined the new Zealand pound.
In the catalogue of the coins of New Zealand dollars represented by the values 1 and 2, coin not much more – 10, 20 and 50 cents. In 2004, the whole coin series has been updated and old copies are accepted for payment only until 2006. Until that time new Zealanders were used and five cents, but they refused, and now can buy coins in New Zealand this denomination is not so simple.
The obverse of all new Zealand coins was graced by the Queen of England. But the design of the reverse is much more interesting: the local birds and animals, national masks and deities scattered throughout the various denominations.
The value of the coins of New Zealand the last period can not be called exorbitant – after all, the currency is not yet able to boast of old age. Consequently, the price of the coins of New Zealand are quite reasonable.

Money system:

Queen Elizabeth II (1967 - 2019)

1 dollar = 100 cents
RE:
1 cent
2 cents
5 cents
10 cents
20 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars

JC:
5 cents
20 cents
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars
5 dollars

CC:
50 cents
1 dollar
2 dollars
5 dollars
10 dollars

Queen Elizabeth II (1953 - 1966)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
½ crown
1 crown

King George VI (1937 - 1952)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
½ penny
1 penny
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
½ crown
1 crown

JC:
½ crown

King George V (1933 - 1936)

1 pound = 4 crowns = 10 florins = 20 shillings = 240 pence = 960 farthings
RE:
3 pence
6 pence
1 shilling
2 shillings (Florin)
½ crown
1 crown
RE
- Regular edition;
JC
Jubilee coins;
CC
- Collectible coins.



2 cents 1987

2 cents 1987

F VF XF UNC BU
-
-
-
1.00
1.25

wwc: 59 / ID: 2703
1 cent 1979

1 cent 1979

F VF XF UNC BU
-
0.10
0.25
0.50
1.00

wwc: 31.1 / ID: 2718
2 cents 1972

2 cents 1972

F VF XF UNC BU
-
0.10
1.00
5.00
6.00

wwc: 32.1 / ID: 2374
2 cents 1974

2 cents 1974

F VF XF UNC BU
-
0.10
0.50
2.00
3.00

wwc: 32.1 / ID: 2050
1 cent 1984

1 cent 1984

F VF XF UNC BU
-
-
0.10
0.50
1.00

wwc: 31.2 / ID: 1732
5 cents 1999

5 cents 1999

F VF XF UNC BU
-
-
0.10
0.50
1.00

wwc: 116 / ID: 1584
10 cents 1977

10 cents 1977

F VF XF UNC BU
-
-
0.10
1.00
2.00

wwc: 41.1 / ID: 1107
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