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Prior to 1933 United Kingdom currency was

the official legal tender of New Zealand,

although Australian coins and notes were

also generally accepted.

The first New Zealand penny was minted in

1940. The penny ran until 1965, when

New Zealand stopped minting pre-decimal

coins in preparation for decimilisation

in 1967.

Dates not minted: 1933 - 1939, 1948, 1966

Penny values - New Zealand

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New Zealand


1940 to 1965

What is a New Zealand penny worth?

Values, specifications, and images for New Zealand penny coins from

1940 to 1965.

The New Zealand penny obverse features

the United Kingdom monarch of the time.

The reverse shows a tui bird perched on a

blossoming kowhai branch.


surround the main design, with

the date below.

1 penny = 1/12 of a shilling

= 1/240 of a pound

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