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1-and-2-cent-coins-nz, new zealand’s $1 and $2 coins are minted by the royal mint in the united kingdom. the 10 cent, 20 cent and 50 cent coins are minted by the royal canadian mint. other mints the bank has used over time include: the royal australian mint, norwegian mint and the south african mint company.. The reserve bank of new zealand issued new zealand dollar coins in 6 different denominations, including this 2 cent coin new zealand. they are part of the withdrawn new zealand dollar coins series., the new zealand one-cent coin was the smallest denomination coin of the new zealand dollar from the currency's introduction in 1967 to its demonetisation, along with the two-cent coin, on 30 april 1990. with a diameter of 17.53 millimetres, it is the smallest coin ever issued of the dollar, and at 2.07 grams in mass the lightest as well. its reverse featured a fern leaf, a sign of new zealand ....

The reserve bank of new zealand issued new zealand dollar coins in 6 different denominations, including this 1 cent coin new zealand. they are part of the withdrawn new zealand dollar coins series., the 3 'sides' of each coin. each coin has 2 sides and an edge. the edge is sometimes called the third side. the front of a coin or 'heads' is called the obverse..

As of 1 april 2018, there are five denominations of coins in regular circulation: 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, and $2. all new zealand coins are round, and use medallic orientation.. commemorative and collectable coins are available from new zealand post as the agent for the reserve bank.. there are two commemorative coins currently in circulation as legal tender., new zealand adopted the decimal system in. 1967, replacing the penny with the cent, and. the pound with the dollar. the ratio changed from 1:240 to 1:100.. New zealand (decimal) for sale in new zealand. buy and sell new zealand (decimal) on trade me., bronze & copper for sale in new zealand. buy and sell bronze & copper on trade me..

New zealand maori wars medal. undated, first war, 65th regiment. click on the first image for details.