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King George V half crown values - New Zealand

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NZ half crown

George V

1933 to 1935

What is a King George V New Zealand half crown worth?

Values, specifications, and images for New Zealand half-crown coins from

1933 to 1935.

King George V

The King George V era New Zealand

half crown obverse features the crowned

bust of George V, facing left.

The reverse shows the NZ Shield of Arms

with Maori designs, the Southern Cross,

a sheaf of wheat, a lamb suspended by a

ribbon, and mining hammers, with 3 ships

in between. Above is the royal crown.


and date surround the main design.

Further detail

George became King after the death of his

father, King Edward VII, in 1910.

In 1917 King George V relinquished all German

titles and changed the house and family name

from 'Saxe-Coburg and Gotha' to 'Windsor',

due to anti-german sentiment in the UK

resulting from the Great War.

30 pennies = 2 shillings and 6 pence

= 1 half crown = 1/8 of a pound

The first King George V NZ half crown

was minted in 1933, and the last in 1935.

Dates not minted: 1936

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