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New Zealand 1 cent  1967 to 1988
New Zealand 1 cent 1967 to 1988

New Zealand makes a lot of coins with a lot of interesting wild life. This cent have a silver fern leaf on the back, with the reigning British monarch on the front: Elizabeth II.

Circulated coins from this series are worth small amounts: less that a dollar for all dates. A collector may pay as much as $3 US dollars for coin in uncirculated conditions, or even a few dollars more for a proof coin, like the one in our picture. (Note: proof coins are sold by the mint and are made especially for collectors and never enter circulation.) There is one exception, the year 1972, which is somewhat rare. The catalog value for a 1972 New Zealand cent says: $1 dollar for a coin in average condition and $5 US dollars for a coin in uncirculated condition.

These are catalog values. Be sure you understand what this means. Use our Terminology page.

Coin: 18747 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: tt, Fri, 30-Jan-2015 03:54:03 GMT
Answered by: Andrei, Fri, 30-Jan-2015 07:51:40 GMT
Requester description: large fern surrounding the number 1 with queen Elizabeth 11 on back 1 cent 1 queen Elizabeth 11 new Zealand 1984
Tags: new zealand 1 cent peny cents pennys pennies penny queen elizabeth 11 queem queens elizabith elizabth elisabetha elizabeths elisabeth eliabeth elisabet elizabet elizebeth elizabeh elizibeth lizabeth large fern number larger largish ferns numbering leaves leaf leafs leave leaved leafed leafy leavs

  

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